Suck turds Sredmond… You stupid little creep with a rash all over your fat festered body.Posted August 30, 2014 10:59 pm
TARK Ok FKN pest, you let out ur usual hate on ATGS, now please STFU & GTFOH ASAP U MFKR!Posted August 30, 2014 12:09 pm
el tigre: vete a chingar a tu hermanita o cojer a tu hija ya q tu cochino padre te lo metio en tu culito en tu infancia, igual como hacen todos los mejicanos a sus hijas y hijos. Pura verdad, las estadisticas d tu mismo pais lo dicen. Cuantas veces le chupaste la verguita a tu k-bron abuelo, otro satiro descarado. Cuantas veces viste a tu puta madre chigando con burros por 2 pinchi pesos mejicanos? No mames k-bron, todos uds son iguales. Luego que termines chingando con tu hija pongase a mirar las noticias d tu maldito pais, pendejijo. TU PADRASTRO ES UN K-BRON BURRO! ay ay ya yai, canta y no llores…Posted August 30, 2014 11:57 am
Donde estas? Mamador de reatas negras.el tal llamado “”ghetto thug.”””..ay k miedo los asustas…pinchi nerdo pendejote..pregunta?? sabe tu familia y amigos.que te gustan los mayates.vato cochino..Posted August 30, 2014 2:38 am
“In 1988, Sugar Ray Leonard conquered the vacant super middleweight championship as well as the light heavyweight championship in possession of Donny Lalonde in a memorable ninth-round knockout.”
Lalonde was a cherry-picked opponent.
They promised the unknown Lalonde millions in return for boiling down to the 168 weight limit. But his LHW title should not have been at stake. There’s a rule that you can’t win 2 Divisional titles in one fight.
Andre Ward didn’t win Chad Dawson’s LHW title when he fought Chad at 168… James Toney didn’t win Iran Barkley’s LHW title when he fought Iran at 168… Leonard had a more pull with the orgs and commissions.
Leonard fought Lalonde because he was giving up the 160lb title he won from Hagler. He didn’t want to face top ranked Mike McCallum, Michael Nunn, or Julian Jackson.Posted August 30, 2014 1:12 am
DA TRUTH HURTZ, That’s not true. Styles make a fight and opportunity. Times improve and degrade fighters. Khan had size and is more energetic. Maidana has been improving with each fight. Besides, Amir Khan has an eggshell chin.Posted August 29, 2014 11:50 pm
By World Boxing Council
Floyd Mayweather Jr. to defend both WBC 147 & 154 titles on September 13th.
The WBC has decided to step forward and support yet another pinnacle in the history-making career of Floyd Mayweather Jr. Floyd is the only fighter ever to conquer WBC championships in five different weight categories as well as winning the WBC Diamond Belt and Solid Gold Belt. Further, Floyd has the distinction of being one of the few champions who has received the WBC “Emeritus Champion” status.
Marcos Maidana is without a doubt a fighter who has created his own history in the sport. This past May, Marcos performed like no Mayweather opponent had in many years. That makes the September 13 rematch a very attractive event where Maidana could become the WBC Welter and Super Welter Champion of the world.
There is a rich history behind the uncommon situation this great battle presents. It has been 26 years since it last happened, when Sugar Ray Leonard defeated Donny Lalonde to claim the super middleweight and light heavyweight WBC World Championhsips.
Other examples are:
130 years ago, Jack Dempsey, known as “Nonpareil” (not the better known heavyweight legend who later took after this name), defeated George Fulljames after 22 rounds in Staten Island, New York, claiming the welter and middleweight championships of the world.
On April 24, 1931, at the “Chicago Stadium,” Tony Canzoneri defended his lightweight title while winning the super lightweight title held by his opponent Jack “Kid” Berg, from the U.K. Both fighters weighed in within the lightweight limit.
In 1933, Barney Ross defeated Canzoneri, winning both the light and super lightweight world titles .
In the late 1930s, Henry Armstrong was recognized as the featherweight, lightweight and welterweight champion of the world simultaneously .
In 1988, Sugar Ray Leonard conquered the vacant super middleweight championship as well as the light heavyweight championship in possession of Donny Lalonde in a memorable ninth-round knockout.
The WBC is proud to be part of this historic promotion. The WBC wishes the best of luck to both fighters and great success to the promoters of the event.Posted August 29, 2014 3:02 pm
i watched the first fight a couple of times, it was close , but i thought mayweather just won it with the cleaner shots when madina tired… the ref defiantly helped mayweather a bit in the later half, by breaking things up very quickly, but madina was roughing him up and punching widely , but then again mayweather wasn’t really engaging on the ropes he was just doing his defense thing and bending down and away a lot…. so if he got hit on the top (sometimes back) of the head a lot its his own fault… he did fire the odd flashy shot from the ropes but the vast majority of the time it was defense as always, mayweahther doesnt do wars, most of his good work came from the outside , which happened when madina tired and the ref stepped in more.. mayweather won it, but it was very close and a draw could have been fair if you rate aggression and actually making a fight a lot.. in my opinion of course…Posted August 29, 2014 1:41 pm
@Anonymous Daaa’yam dude! BULLS EYE!Posted August 29, 2014 1:09 pm
Anonymous “In the beginning the HBO guys were all about Floyd and then they called it like most all viewers and the attendance saw it. Has it ever crossed your warped mind that the attendance WEREN’T listening the HBO telecast and they boo’ed the holy sht outta a decision.” Jeeezz! That was brilliant! I bet TARK never saw that one coming. POW!!Posted August 29, 2014 12:45 pm
TARK OK I personally watched the 5th round and the whole fight, with & without sound, so fkn what? One round don’t say spit about a whole fight. Your the one that should do the same. In the beginning the HBO guys were all about Floyd and then they called it like most all viewers and the attendance saw it. Has it ever crossed your warped mind that the attendance WEREN’T listening the HBO telecast and they boo’ed the holy sht outta a decision. The judges Fkd this one up big time just they’ve fkd up others, the fight was much closer and for sure wasn’t an easy one for Floyd. I’ve seen you get all bent outta shape when you feel the judges have screwed up. And I took the time & checked the scores of the rematch and EZ was right, the scores were CLOSER! Did ya fully agree with them too? LOL You are without a MFKN doubt a ranting and babbling idiot. UN-FKN-REAL.Posted August 29, 2014 12:20 pm
if Khan can Drop Maidana Mayweather can drop the Argentinian..Posted August 29, 2014 11:01 am
You guys “counting punches” or using Compubox to tell your story have FAILED before you started… that tool does NOT figure in official scoring and is super subjective… Also its effect is skewed even if accurate because fights are scored based on ROUNDS… If a guy lands 200 punches in one round and then 10 per round for the remaining 11 he can still lose the fight according to this scenario if his opponent averages 15 punches per round for the remaining 11 after getting banged 200x in the first round because he will have landed 5 more punches per in the following 11 rounds thus sweeping the fight 11-1 if it were all that neat and tidy… Forget Compubox and focus on what REALLY happened…Posted August 29, 2014 9:55 am
Anonymous Great post! Aint that the truth except that you might have offended the mules and Jackazzes! hahaha!Posted August 29, 2014 9:45 am
@EZ E Yur right amigo, TARK is beating a dead horse and YUR beating a stubborn dumb Jackass… TARK!!Posted August 29, 2014 9:26 am
The moron who said Maidana can KO Mayweather please go your head checked. Mosley punches way harder than Maidana who couldn’t KO Khan or Broner when he had both of them on Queer Street. Ohh wait Maidana was on wobbly legs against Alexander. Now watch how crappy his stamina gets with Ariza absent in his corner.Posted August 29, 2014 4:53 am
TARK Before I turn another page… allow me to add that I NEVER said that Castillo won aaaand.. I NEVER said that Castillo lost. LOL!! It WASN’T EASY for any of them. Next page!Posted August 29, 2014 3:25 am
TARK Look man, you’re the one that said “Floyd won SO EASILY that it was pathetic” and you’re ALONE and WRONG on that won. Your problem is that you HAVE TO FEEL THAT YOU’VE WON, regardless of whether you’re correct or not! I NEVER said Castillo won, did I?? NEVER!! My point is that it was HARD fight for Floyd, NOT A PATHETICALLY EASY ONE like you insist!! Get It?? Give up man, you’re making yourself look kind’a bad. The 2nd fight Floyd won more comfortably yet the SCORES WERE CLOSER!! You’re beating a dead horse here. Turn the page, get over it. Or.. are you trying to protect your “0”?? Well I got news for you, you lost your “0” a long time ago, as did I, the difference being that I’m willing to admit when I’m wrong. Like I said 99.9 % of the WHOLE boxing world will agree that YOU’RE ABSOLUTELY WRONG on this one. If it were anybody else this would seem unbelievable. Oh well… what began as a debate is inadvertently becoming a waste of time. Next page!Posted August 29, 2014 3:15 am
EZ E says.., “I can assuredly say that 99.9 percent of the the WHOLE boxing world would agree with me, known respected experts & knowledgeable fight analyst included. I won’t waste any more of my time, it’s obvious that you rather be “right” than objective”
That a load of bull. The three judges had scores close to each other. They are and are part of that “boxing world” you’re talking about.. The only thing different is they weren’t listening to the biased commentary, and weren’t influence by it.
Do me a favor. Watch the 5th round with the sound COMPLETELY OFF. Count the clean effective punches by each. Be as honest as you can. Tell me your score. You won’t do it because you’d rather be “right” than objective.Posted August 29, 2014 1:54 am
@EzE About your comment @Tark: “I won’t waste any more of my time, it’s obvious that you rather be “right” than objective, which I imagine is rather disappointing to a few ESB members that sort’a acknowledge your boxing input. Oh well, time for me to turn the page on you in this one. It’s all good. Peace!”
Very classy, diplomatic and wise of you. Needless to say more.Posted August 29, 2014 12:01 am
He means he hopes that Floyd won’t move and let him hit him.Posted August 28, 2014 9:40 pm
TARK I didn’t really expect you to retract or even remotely reconsider your “Floyd defeated Castillo so very easily it was pathetic” comment because you aint that kind’a guy. Nothing new. I can assuredly say that 99.9 percent of the the WHOLE boxing world would agree with me, known respected experts & knowledgeable fight analyst included. I won’t waste any more of my time, it’s obvious that you rather be “right” than objective, which I imagine is rather disappointing to a few ESB members that sort’a acknowledge your boxing input. Oh well, time for me to turn the page on you in this one. It’s all good. Peace!Posted August 28, 2014 9:08 pm
Hecdog says… “Tark my friend, I posted my thoughts to the Castillo Mayweather fight last night, and the punch score for round 5 was Floyd 15 punches and Castillo 8 punches.”
Good… That’s a START!!! … That’s round that the HBO crew and HBO punch stat man gave to Castillo — but YOU had Floyd out punching Castillo almost 2 to 1…
Go over the ENTIRE FIGHT and observe it just as carefully with the sound OFF COMPLETELY!!! … and see what your score is… You’ll be amazed again… if you’re just as observant and objective as you were for the 5th round… You’ll see Floyd won the fight by a clear margin and you were influence by the HBO crew and the faulty punch stats some IDIOT generated.Posted August 28, 2014 7:24 pm
BTW… For Mayweather-Castillo II a “hit-team” of judges were appointed to rob Mayweather — including Ken Morita, a judge who had Mike Tyson winning versus Buster Douglas at the end of their fight. Douglas was the winner of 9 of 10 rounds.
That’s why you see Mayweather shutting out Castillo in their 2nd fight and even the HBO crew said the scores didn’t reflect what happened in the ring.Posted August 28, 2014 6:37 pm
EZ E says.., ” “TARK “Floyd beat Castillo so easily it’s pathetic. Look at the judges scores. A 4 and 5 point margin on all 3 cards.” … hmmm… That’s basically why there was so much outrage with the verdict” ”
You didn’t hear any outrage from me… I agreed with the judges completely.
I don’t listen to the commentary unless it’s somebody like Roy Jones… George Foreman… Paulie Malignaggi… Sugar Ray Leonard… Emmanuel Steward… or other top boxer or trainer who has good professional experience. Their professionalism allows them to not get caught up in rooting for somebody – but to actually observe and evaluate what’s happening.
The talking heads don’t know anything.
Even the pros can get fooled by bad punch stats and group think. That’s why you turn the sound off if nobody is bringing the group back on point. The faulty punch stats and Harold Lederman drove the Mayweather-Castillo 1 stupidity. They got WAY away from reality.
They didn’t know what they were looking at. Turn the sound off completely – and count the clean, effective punches landed in the 5th round – which the HBO crew had JLC winning.. Then compare that to the punches thrown and landed on the punch stats. You might be amazed.Posted August 28, 2014 6:29 pm
Hecdog please… FFS enough of the same regurgitated Manny Pacquiao waffle with practically every post. You need to go sit outside his house with an anorak, your autograph book and a camera.Posted August 28, 2014 5:28 pm
Jake Lead Rights
Floyds too smart and too disciplined to fall for tough guy talk to lure him into a brawl. Maidana’s going to come in swinging like a windmill and Floyd’s going to weather the 4 round storm. Then its Floyds turn. I seriously think he’s going to catch Maidana reaching and catch him with a check hook or a straight right. There’s always the possibility that Maidana can catch Floyd with one of his awkward swinging punches. Maidana is dangerous but his demise will be his no fear attitude. He’s a one trick pony where as Floyd shows us something different every fight. Not one fight has he ever exposed himself and he’s always been able to figure out his opponent. Maidanas fight style was exposed 8 rounds ago he’s unable to change his style.Posted August 28, 2014 3:30 pm
@ hecdog. Point of correction. I hate no man. After all these praises about Pacman like he is Mr. Perfect, Your answer to these questions about your role model…I need just a yes or no
1. Was Manny Pacquiao KOed by Marquez? (The greatest fighter?)
2. Did he gamble, cheat, womanize and participate in orgies after swearing an oath to his wife to be faithful?(role model to children)
3. Did his father eat his dog?(Street urchin, pickpocket, and street drug peddler)
Remember a YES or NO is all I need.
Thanks.Posted August 28, 2014 2:29 pm
PAC was great (PRE-PED)
FMJ is GREAT (ATG)Posted August 28, 2014 1:26 pm
Floyd adore too much his zero record and won’t gamble it to the guy like Pacquiao that can beat him. Floyd is smart boxing business man. I can’t blame him. Still he can makes million from selected opponents. Wise movedPosted August 28, 2014 1:14 pm
SRED Yep, he wasn’t near as popular as he is now but he already had a few fights in Vegas and WAS already being groomed as the next big thing and a HBO poster boy, especially after the Corrales fight. MY point STILL is contrary to Tark’s opinion, it WASN’T an easy fight. I believe EzE objectively summed it up pretty well this time. I get your points but for that particular fight your argument actually doesn’t apply, because like you yourself said, he wasn’t the Money May he is now. Regards!Posted August 28, 2014 12:48 pm
Las Vegas was NOT exactly Mayweathers “hometown” back then… That was before he became a Superstar!! Every fighter that gives Floyd a decent scrap automatically gets treated like a god, or as if he won the fight JUST because Mayweather did not totally dominate him… Floyd suffers from this more than any other active boxer because his wins over the years have been so comprehensive, the record is not riddled with draws and S/D’s, he is not getting knocked off his feet or badly banged up… If people cannot get an ACTUAL loss they will settle for moral victory which is NOT the same as winning…Posted August 28, 2014 12:25 pm
Tark I gotto say that I have to agree with EzE, it was a close and tough fight and MAYBE Floyd won but it wasn’t by no means was an easy fight. I was sort of a Mayweather fan back then and remember having it a possibly biased draw but hopefully suspected that Mayweather would get it, let’s not forget that he was Arum’s boy at the time. No way was Castillo gonna get the decision especially in Vegas. The reaction of May’s hometown Las Vegas crowd was also an indicator of what actually went on in the ring that night. I remember feeling kind of bad for Castillo afterwards.Posted August 28, 2014 12:20 pm
The Truth, your depiction of Pacquiao is harsh, and cruel but also funny as hell LMFAO…!Posted August 28, 2014 11:47 am
@ Hecdog…..What do you have to say about Juan Manuel Marquez, an accountant, a university lecturer, a bank of mexico consultant who knocked out Manny Pacquiao a former street urchin, an illiterate and a congress man out that smelling salts were required to wake him up. Imagine if the ringside doctor had gone for a piss. Jinkey the ex stripper cum prostitute would have been a widow today.Please what do you have to say?Posted August 28, 2014 11:04 am
Flo)yd can’t beat Pscquiao easily because he won’t fight him (Pac).Posted August 28, 2014 10:51 am
Nicolino, I have no issue seeing them box and would pay whatever his necessary in order to watch the fight… But I am not getting my hopes up on this bout it really is 4 years too late to have the same impact beyond the excitement and buzz it would generate…Posted August 28, 2014 10:21 am
That last EZE comment was sent by me. My Bad.Posted August 28, 2014 10:08 am
Floyd will outbox Chino this time. Though, Chino will land solid a couple of times this fight, and if lucky, he can KO FMM. I see it 5/1 FloydPosted August 28, 2014 9:46 am
Pac Man was NEVER steamrolling Mayweather remember it took him 12 rounds to stop Cotto at 145 pounds… Cotto did not have the handspeed to counter Mannys rushes back then Mayweather was even FASTER back then! Marquez who has AWESOME timing could not even get a glove on him over 12 rounds… He called Mayweathers defense “incredible”…..Posted August 28, 2014 9:29 am
Floyd will fight Maidana with his old and boring style hit and run tactics.Posted August 28, 2014 6:19 am
I guess everything Maidana did was manly in their first fight? Kneeing, hammering Floyd below the belt and tacking him thru the ropes? This guy is a clown.Posted August 28, 2014 4:26 am
“118-110″Posted August 28, 2014 3:05 am
may – Castillo was very similar to may – maidana, a lot closer than we expected but Floyd was the clear winner.
Noniskia – the pacman of 2009 steamrolls mayweather. the pacman of 2014 loses a UD 118- 100. pac has grown old, and the old pac, is no longer the pac of oldPosted August 28, 2014 3:02 am
Mayweather clearly won against Castillo. Hecdog won’t see that cause he despises Mayweather til the day he dies. Why do you think he nuthugs ever failing Pacquiao so much.Posted August 28, 2014 2:00 am
Hecdog… You’re blind… You don’t know how to score fights and don’t know what you’re looking at.
Watch the 5th round… Ignore the punch stats and tell me EXACTLY how many punches you count as clean and effective for each fighter.
Have you ever boxed competitively? No. Have you ever trained boxers? No. Have you ever been trained as a boxing judge? NO.
Three professional judges voted for Mayweather by really wide margins and scored the fight approximately the same. So in order for you to see where you’re going wrong – you have to actually WATCH the fight WITHOUT any sound and score it.
There was one punch stat guy and 3 professional judges. You don’t get 3 fuked professional judges watching one World Championship Fight.Posted August 28, 2014 1:44 am
TARK “Floyd beat Castillo so easily it’s pathetic. Look at the judges scores. A 4 and 5 point margin on all 3 cards.”
hmmm… That’s basically why there was so much outrage with the verdict, or don’t you remember? I remember Lampley, who usually bends backward for the HBO house fighter, dejectedly saying after the verdict was announced, “Not the fight we saw.” So by your standards.. then I guess you thought that Floyd pitched a SHUTOUT in the second fight ALTHOUGH the official scores were actually CLOSER than the first, huh??!! Get it?? Oh well…Posted August 27, 2014 11:54 pm
TARK “Very easily”?? hmmm.. that’s basically the difference between you and me. Didn’t you watch the fight,how rough it got, the concern corners, Floyd’s face during the action, between rounds, the concern during and after the fight besides the fight itself?? You were a fighter? A trainer?? EASILY?? or “VERY EASILY”?? Com’on man, you’re more than just a casual fan, TARK!! Maybe my ring and corner experience perceived somethings way different than your’s. Now oddly enough, if you care to heck the scorecards, the fight was scored CLOSER in the 2nd fight than in the first!! Ever wonder WHY?? Most every sports page and even the WHOLE HBO crew itself thought and expressed disgust with the verdict of the CONTROVERSIAL 1st fight. An “easy” controversial fight?? No, sorry TARK, he didn’t win ‘easily’. You surprised/disappointed me with that one. “Easily”?? And to get back on you comparison with Brandon and Alvarado.. NO, they AREN’T the same. Brandon is MORE of a warrior than Alvarado. Brandon would’ve NEVER checked out of a fight on his stool. There IS a difference. With all your trainer experience I thought you would pick out where I was coming. I guess we have difference experiences with BIG fights or with fighters on that level. And again, “EASILY”?? No way. Anyway, cool, it’s all good, you have your opinions and I have mine’s.Posted August 27, 2014 11:37 pm
never going to happen. Mayweather will stick and move and hold if he gets cornered. If he stays in the pocket his reflexes are still good enough to slip and avoid Maidanas wild punches. If he stays in the pocket more as the fight moves on then we will all know his legs are gone. I thought the last fight that age might be catching up to Mayweather. I guess I will read about it the day after the fight.Posted August 27, 2014 9:31 pm
Hecdog… Don’t lie… Mayweather every easily beat Castillo… Then he fought him again and beat him much worse.
Watch the fights on YouTube and turn the sound off. Keep your eyes peeled and count the count the number of clean punches landed.
BE HONEST AND DON’T CHEAT!!!! I know you will cheat though. You hate Floyd
Floyd beat Castillo so easily it’s pathetic. Look at the judges scores. A 4 and 5 point margin on all 3 cards.Posted August 27, 2014 8:47 pm
“stinkers of fights being made these days. GGG against Rubio? Ward V Rodrigez? Steveson V Fonfara? Garcia V Salka? Peteson V Santana? Kovalev V Sillah, Agnew and Caparello?”
Stevenson, Garcia, and Peterson were fighting cherry-picks… GGG, Kovalev, and Ward were fighting the best guys available at their weight.
Stevenson doesn’t want to fight Kovalev… Peterson and Garcia don’t want to fight each other… Froch doesn’t want to fight Ward… You have to fight somebody – so you start going down the list of contenders until you find somebody who will fight.
There’s a lot of “World Champions” looking for safe opponents – and some guys looking to unify the titles to prove they’re the best.Posted August 27, 2014 7:22 pm
He did, and backed him up sometimes. Some People just want to see the top fall. That’s all.Posted August 27, 2014 7:17 pm
Not sure what Madaina is talking about. Floyd stood in front of him last fightPosted August 27, 2014 7:04 pm
Roy didn’t respect tarver. Remember in tarvers corner he said to buddy, “he don’t respect me.” Then buddy said, ” go get it.” And tarver went out that round and knocked out Roy Jones. In this fight, it’s maidana who doesn’t respect Floyd. Floyd respects maidana. Floyd needs to get some respect from maidana. Because like I always say, “Chino is coming.” We will see fight night. I CAN’T WAIT!Posted August 27, 2014 6:56 pm
This won’t be a fight. If I were Robert Garcia, I will incorporate track and field on Maidana’s training if he has a chance of competing with Mayweather Jr. This will be like watching athletics, but it will be nice if I were wrong.Posted August 27, 2014 6:04 pm
Ghetto thug. You are a weirdo dude. Get some help.Posted August 27, 2014 6:03 pm
blah blah blah…keep hitting behind the head chino…lolPosted August 27, 2014 5:15 pm
“Floyd will be Juiced to the eyeball’s this time and Vegas will look the other way to protect their profit making machine” – Doubt it. The GBP checks Floyd posted pics of included $25K deductions for anti-doping testing costs. Now if he suddenly ceases the tests then you can speculate, but until then no.Posted August 27, 2014 4:55 pm
just got a feeling “el chino” is going to spark mayweather in the same way tarver knocked out Jones. Maidana is an out & out thug and I say that with the upmost affection! and its that dog in him along with the fact if he loses he will have to retire which makes me think he is going to throw the kitchen sink at this fight & mayweather isn’t getting any youngerPosted August 27, 2014 4:30 pm
Ola raza .ya llege de la casa de mi novio tyrone.me la pase bien padre.me gustan los negros y que.que lo sepa todo el mundo entero.BYE.bye.Posted August 27, 2014 4:00 pm
pactards r us
You idiot, Mayweather was never the type to trade punches.His motto has always been the sweet science “stick and move” you know hit don’t get hit.Posted August 27, 2014 3:27 pm
Is uncle bob slipping Jinkee one.Posted August 27, 2014 2:49 pm
Hey Anonymous how much is Tranny Pacquaio payin you to sniff his ring???Posted August 27, 2014 2:30 pm
Hey, Maidana, how much is Fraud Duckweather paying you to lose the fight …. AGAIN???Posted August 27, 2014 2:22 pm
I hope maidana will fight like a man, instead of using illegal tactics like the first time.Posted August 27, 2014 1:15 pm
Chino is better off asking for his gloves. Mayweather will never trade like he did when he was younger, especially against a hard hitter.Posted August 27, 2014 12:47 pm
Lara was so caught up in trying to make Canele foolish or inept that he forgot that the fans were there to se a fight. If Lara and Molina were fighting the same night in the same town in different arenas I would pay to see the Molina fight .Posted August 27, 2014 10:57 am
We disagree on this Barlow, there is NO WAY that Algieri and Maidana are in the same category as threat levels… Maidana was ranked at WW, then a Champion at the weight Floyd fought him at… Algieri is a result of the Top Rank stable being depleted of matchups and rematches that can be milked for Gods sake Arum wants Pac Man in with Marquez AGAIN in 2015 when JMM will be what? 42?? Maidana gave Floyd one of his MOST competitive bouts I can’t see how that is an issue as far as a rematch… We all wanna see the best mix it up, but lets assume that Manny and Floyd fight next week, then what? it will be back to facing tough non elite comp like Maidana, and other up and comers because the sport only provides for a few elite fighters and not all of them are in the same weight class… Ward coming off a layoff and facing the #1 Contender does not strike me as a bad matchup it sounds like your issue is that he made the fight look easy due to his skill level, in fairness Rodriguez lasted longer than Chad Dawson who was the #1 LWH fighter in the World for MANY years and had never been stopped.. Garcia, Kova, GGG and Peterson all are taking on some weak opposition… Golovkin stepped it up with Geale but Kovalev has been cakewalking and we all know the card at the Barclays with Peterson and Garcia was trash… Its tough to keep it going but knocking the Elites for making other Champs or World Class fighters look bad is kind of unfair in my opinion…
Posted August 27, 2014 9:59 am
And with that said this case is CLOSED…..NEXT!!!Posted August 27, 2014 10:50 am
Giuseppe Garibaldi- This is boxing, the art of hit and not get hit. The way Maidana defined “fight like a man” is standing toe to toe taking almost every shot your opponent can dish out while dishing out punishment of your own. Mayweather isn’t stupid, he knows Maidana has more power than him so why take the risk. Hell I wouldn’t and neither would you..That’s if you’ve ever taken from powerful opposition.Posted August 27, 2014 10:49 am
I love to see mayweather workout. Something about him all sweatty turns up my motor.and I’m a mexican from tijuana.love has no boundries my friends.I’m floyd #1 fan.Posted August 27, 2014 10:38 am
I like mayweather a lot.I wish one day I could meet him in person and hang out with him .maybe go to dinner and a movie.if he wants even have breakfast together.Posted August 27, 2014 10:32 am
4 SREDMOND: well said!Posted August 27, 2014 10:06 am
“To stand and fight like a man” has nothing to do with the sweet science of boxing.Posted August 27, 2014 10:02 am
We disagree on this Barlow, there is NO WAY that Algieri and Maidana are in the same category as threat levels… Maidana was ranked at WW, then a Champion at the weight Floyd fought him at… Algieri is a result of the Top Rank stable being depleted of matchups and rematches that can be milked for Gods sake Arum wants Pac Man in with Marquez AGAIN in 2015 when JMM will be what? 42?? Maidana gave Floyd one of his MOST competitive bouts I can’t see how that is an issue as far as a rematch… We all wanna see the best mix it up, but lets assume that Manny and Floyd fight next week, then what? it will be back to facing tough non elite comp like Maidana, and other up and comers because the sport only provides for a few elite fighters and not all of them are in the same weight class… Ward coming off a layoff and facing the #1 Contender does not strike me as a bad matchup it sounds like your issue is that he made the fight look easy due to his skill level, in fairness Rodriguez lasted longer than Chad Dawson who was the #1 LWH fighter in the World for MANY years and had never been stopped.. Garcia, Kova, GGG and Peterson all are taking on some weak opposition… Golovkin stepped it up with Geale but Kovalev has been cakewalking and we all know the card at the Barclays with Peterson and Garcia was trash… Its tough to keep it going but knocking the Elites for making other Champs or World Class fighters look bad is kind of unfair in my opinion…Posted August 27, 2014 9:59 am
I sorta agree with Maidana even though I’m a fan of the sweet science. I don’t see Mayweather sitting there trade with him all cause of the fact that Mayweather doesn’t have the power to push him back. So on that note get ready for another boxing lesson Maidana.Posted August 27, 2014 9:56 am
I had some interest in the first Madiana fight but have very little in the second. Im probably doing Maidana a miservice here but I genuinley think Floyd was just toying with him in their first fight. I think he was tring a style which he hoped would be more fan friendly and make for a more entertaining fight, but this made him less effective and made the fight look closer than it was. This was Floyds plan A, but he had a plan B which he could have implemented at any time were he to get to the point where he actually started loosing the fight. This time out is will be all plan B and Maidana is getting a boxing lesson on route to a boring shut out decision for Floyd. Pac on the other hand will just give Algieri a beat down. There may be a little entertainment here but not a great deal.Posted August 27, 2014 9:55 am
SREDMOND – I genuinely think they are as bad as each other. Neither want to fight the ‘best’, they just want to fight the rest. There’s some real stinkers of fights being made these days. GGG against Rubio? Ward V Rodrigez? Steveson V Fonfara? Garcia V Salka? Peteson V Santana? Kovalev V Sillah, Agnew and Caparello? I could go on. All thes guys are guys at and around the top of the sport. They are Marquee names who meed to be in competative fight and competetive fight.Posted August 27, 2014 9:47 am
Boxing Barlow, I don’t think there is a realistic comparison between the threat Floyd faces in Maidana and the one that Pac Man faces in Algieri… Despite squeaking past Provo, Algieri is really not a World Class fighter whereas Maidana has been a problem for almost everyone he has faced and has stopped 31 fighters… As for May and Pac retiring or being forced to that is an imminent reality given their ages…Posted August 27, 2014 9:13 am
Mayweather opponents with their amateur psychology really crack me up ie “Stand and fight like a Man” Maidana begging for Floyd to be less elusive sounds like desperation to me, Mayweather gave him plenty of opportunity to land the money punch last time they fought and Maidana by his own admission was unable to hurt Floyd… Chino claims that he was the one who put FMJ on the ropes, well then he should be able to do that again to better effect this time without asking for Mayweather to fight in a style that is more favorable to him…Posted August 27, 2014 9:09 am
Mayweather V Maidana, Pac V Agieri. It just makes me wanna follow another sport. Thank god for the Carl Froch’s of the world who fight the best and go out there ‘gun slinging’. Im quickly coming to the conclusion that the best thing Mayweather and Pac could do for the sport is retire.Posted August 27, 2014 8:32 am
He glossed me!
He did last time…snapping your head back with pinpoint accuracy as you desperately clutched and held all night. We hope you keep you hands up and throw punches instead of hugsPosted August 27, 2014 7:51 am
squeal – I here ya bro, I bet 20 bucks on lara winning a decision, yet I was so thoroughly disgusted in what I saw that I was thrilled he lost. it was truly a deplorable performancePosted August 27, 2014 6:35 am
I expect to see Floyd spin away if he gets caught on the ropes and try to stay in the centre of the ring more. He will be more elusive this time unless his legs have really gone.Posted August 27, 2014 6:34 am
And don’t get me started on Lara. I scored him a 2 round winner against Canelo, but many rounds were swing ones. His hit and run style is unappealing and I’ll rejoice if I never watch him fight again. He bottled his opportunity to make a claim as worth watching.Posted August 27, 2014 4:59 am
Floyd stayed in the pocket as he was made to, he didn’t do it because he wanted to be exciting, that’s the biggest bs statement. He fights the same way everytime. Maidana made floyd miss a lot to so plenty of others could as well.Posted August 27, 2014 4:26 am
Tigrito inofensivo, para eso me citas pinche culito para no aparecerte??Posted August 27, 2014 4:15 am
Tigrito inofensivo, donde estas pues hijo de tu perra madre?? yo sabia que solo los perros ladraban pero ya veo que también los tigritos han aprendido a hacerlo, ya te dio culo verdad jotito?? ah no es que haz de estar mamando una vergota con tus colegas travestis de la primera!! perdón por interrumpir tu trabajo, no lo vuelvo a hacer.Posted August 27, 2014 3:58 am
Ay pinche mariconcito de mierda, deja de ladrar y vete a seguir mamado vergas por un dólar con los travestis de la primera pinche maricon, mejor no hagas alarde de tus camioneta porque te puedo cuetiar a la verga y no sabras ni de donde te vino pendejetePosted August 27, 2014 3:48 am
@wannabe ghetto thug .te miro ahorita.ando en una ford f150 negra cuatro puertas. Pinchi maricon aver si sierto k muy bravo.te miro por el mcdonald de la zona rio en 30.Posted August 27, 2014 3:04 am
celestino – what lara did was a disgrace to the sport. Floyd doesn’t run, he sticks and moves, lara just flat out refused to fight. canelo lander the harder more meaningful punches (majority body punches) and got a deserved victory. lara ended his own career with that performance. it was utterly diabolical, cowardly and pathetic. Floyd has a nice mix of defense and offence. lara has only defence and a few half hearted 1-2 combo’s. I hope lara never gets a big payday again. he ruined what should have been a good fightPosted August 27, 2014 3:00 am
@ghetto thug .NO te perdono.por puta mayatera.los das asko a los mexicanos.mejor cambiate tu nombre a LA ARRAZTRADA.hahaha.Posted August 27, 2014 2:36 am
Just leave me alone.no kiero problemas tigre.PERDONAME .lo siento mucho.yo se que son cabrones por la liber.again sorry.Posted August 27, 2014 2:19 am
Bo Bo Olson
He hopes for a chin checking contest?
@ghetto thug.no te mies.de miedo.si kieres te miro en publico.”.pueblo amigo.”no mas dices mija. nomas para platicar un rato.ah ver si eres muy fiera.Posted August 27, 2014 2:08 am
@ghetto thug. donde estas mi mayatero.asi k estas en tijuas.pues tambien yo baboso. a ki en la libertad parte baja.donde los miramos puto. Aunque no te kreo mama vergas de m ayate.Posted August 27, 2014 1:58 am
Floyd will be
I feel a draw would have been fair last time as both had success although
pactards r us
May and PAC has been killing the Mexicans for years.Posted August 27, 2014 1:25 am
Maidana wants Floyd to brawl toe-to-toe??? Wonder of wonders
Why would Floyd do that? Will they penalize Floyd for sticking, moving, and boxing from range… like they did Erislandy Lara???
I don’t think so.Posted August 27, 2014 1:16 am
Miadana sucks that why the SOB tried dirty fighting, The ref does his job this time Floyd beat his ass easy end of story.Posted August 27, 2014 12:40 am
Remember this is fight two, Floyd is promising a performance, he claim his hands were hurt , his old lady was on his back, he underestimated cupcake, so he has to beat up the cupcake or Floyd a old twinkie that seen his days.Posted August 27, 2014 12:10 am
Thurmal Underwear, that right maidana won 5-6 round last time, Floyd want to shut out him so if chino wind just 4 round even 1-2 round Floyd can’t handle brawlers.Posted August 26, 2014 11:58 pm
I’m sorry raza for acting like a mayate lover like el tigre said.yes its true i am not a real ghetto thug.but I do watch a lot of movies about them.& I wish someday I”ll be one.bueno disculpas para todos.♡:O:-)Posted August 26, 2014 11:56 pm
MM should ask Mayweather to stand close enough to him so May can read the letters on his gloves!Posted August 26, 2014 11:52 pm
Floyd is going to box maidana head off we see that maidana couldn’t take it when Floyd was in the center of the ring he was getting tired and Floyd was poping maidana head off and that’s what Floyd is going to do this time fight in the center of the ring a boxing lesson ma dana wont forgetPosted August 26, 2014 11:52 pm
@wannabe ghetto thug.chinga tu puta madre mayate lover.vatos vendidos como tu los puteamos en todas partes..pinchi lacra…VIVA MEXICO!!! Y vamos maidana.Posted August 26, 2014 11:40 pm
If Floyd can’t beat up maidana he getting old and slow, time to retire is right. Maidana has his number and win 4 strong rounds.
^ummm? is this guy serious. 4 rounds huh. 4 out of 12. right.Posted August 26, 2014 11:25 pm
Hooked on Ebonics
Floyd only stands and fights like a women when he’s fighting women and children.Posted August 26, 2014 11:23 pm
The first fight Floyd stayed in the pocket and made Maidana miss while he countered. It looked more than waht it actually was but most of Marcos punches missed he hit behind the head in the nutts knned everything he could while Floyd simply let him run our of gas after the 5th round Floyd took over and I dont think the first fight was a close as the judges had it. Marcos didnt land sht. Look for Floyd to move more and counter more and keep the fight off the ropes. He easily outboxes the slow Maidana. Cotto had more success against MW than MiadanaPosted August 26, 2014 11:22 pm
If Floyd can’t beat up maidana he getting old and slow, time to retire is right. Maidana has his number and win 4 strong rounds.Posted August 26, 2014 11:19 pm
Maywaether would have few problems with Maidana if he could sit on his punches. I don’t thin his hands can handle that. With brittle hands and legs that are turning to stone, the end is nearing.Posted August 26, 2014 11:11 pm
Maidana has a great style to beat Mayweather, he starts with the jab throwing 2 or 3 and working his way to throwing combos. This fight is Maidana to winPosted August 26, 2014 11:02 pm
(Get over it) your correct, I watched the fight so many times, and Floyd backed maidana up several times. I’ve always liked maidaina because of his offense, and heart. I dont think maidana is all that slow. And i think he is smart in the ring. But a little wild. He seems to time floyd a little close. The kid is good. But floyd,Like someone said in their post, “Floyd has to remain focused.” And that is so true because Chino is coming. He won’t be a middleweight this time because he want more speed. I think he’ll try to box Floyd early, and then pick up the pace later. maybe earlier if no success. I CAN’T WAIT!Posted August 26, 2014 10:55 pm
yes chino, you better pray lil Floyd stands and trades, it’s your only chance, of course he wont do that, he’ll tag and run for ten rounds and rest on the ropes for two rounds. mayweather UD 118 – 110Posted August 26, 2014 10:49 pm
Maidana will be getting a boxing lesson…lol he actually thinks Mayweather will stand and trade with him….Mayweather will use his legs more this fight and completely embarrass Maidana this time….Maidana has NO boxing skills defense and footwork and must resort to fighting dirty because of it….look for point deductions or even a possible disqualification from Maidana for dirty tactics this fightPosted August 26, 2014 10:35 pm
CORRECTION….Its OVER FOR him. FINITOPosted August 26, 2014 10:04 pm
Maidana is more DONE than Bill Clinton’s presidential run. He came with his BEST Legal AND Illegal shots and STILL lost. What MORE can he possibly offer???? Its OVER him. FINITO.Posted August 26, 2014 10:03 pm
And we hope you come to box and not do MMA. Looks like there are still plenty of PBF haters that will continue to be disappointed after the fight as they hope and prey for a savior to give him a loss. Maidana ain’t that guy, just face the facts. Your looking for a one trick pony who can’t make adjustments to make better adjustments than the smartest boxer on the planet.Posted August 26, 2014 10:03 pm
Real talk = Real talkPosted August 26, 2014 10:02 pm
Translation I hope Floyd stands still and let’s me hit him. He fought you the first time and beat you at your own game. Second time will be easy and probably embarrassing for Maidana.Posted August 26, 2014 9:56 pm
Credit to Floyd for doing it again, he could have taken another route and made just as much. Credit also for staying hungry all these years, rare Champion.
^exactly. wow, before they were crying REMATCH and it’s rematch time and…….? haha it ain’t easy to be on top man. it’s lonely. Floyd is built for it though.Posted August 26, 2014 9:53 pm
Credit to Floyd for doing it again, he could have taken another route and made just as much. Credit also for staying hungry all these years, rare Champion.Posted August 26, 2014 9:44 pm
get over it
Floyd stood and traded with him the last fight. And Maidana couldnt do nything but use dirty tactics his style wont win the bout…
^yeah really. wow, did you other clowns actually watch the fight?Posted August 26, 2014 9:41 pm
get over it
Floyd stood and traded with him the last fight. And Maidana couldnt do nything but use dirty tactics his style wont win the bout…Posted August 26, 2014 9:30 pm
That’s an oxymoron. Floyd only stands and fights like a women when he’s fighting women and children.Posted August 26, 2014 9:27 pm
yeah yeah, this fight is a fix!! Maidana gets paid a lot of money to LOSE again.Posted August 26, 2014 9:22 pm
The only chance a Maidana has, is if Mayweather slips up and gets caught and knocked out. This is the only way a slower fighter will ever beat someone quicker than them. Its that simple, Maidana is too slow. Mayweather knows this and this is the reason he picked Maidana over Khan. Mayweather doesnt need to wait for Miadana to make a mistake because he can outbox him, but Maidana has absolutely no chance unless Mayweather loses his concentration.
^wrong. anticipation neutralizes speed, but it requires a high boxing IQ, which neither Maidana or yourself has.Posted August 26, 2014 9:21 pm
Floyd doesn’t have to be anything other than an elite boxer.
^this.Posted August 26, 2014 9:20 pm
“MAIDANA I’m sorry to tell you but Mayweather does not stand to fight like a man!!!!!”-Nope! He stands to Fight like a WINNER!!!!! Proving that you’re a MAN is LESSER than WINNING. Shannon Briggs agrees with ME on that. Derek Chisora agrees with ME TOO. SO does Vinny Pazienza.Posted August 26, 2014 9:18 pm
You don’t get to pick your best quote the public do. Have a splendid evening.Posted August 26, 2014 9:16 pm
Actually, I’m hoping that Floyd Jr. controls this fight to the point that if he wants, he’ll be able to dance around the ring on his toes like Pee Wee Herman for a few rounds.Posted August 26, 2014 9:13 pm
MAIDANA, although I’m not buying this fight, (only because it’s Mayweather that you’re fighting) I’m Mexican and I hope you beat the CHIT OUT OF HIM!!!!Posted August 26, 2014 9:08 pm
“Boxtras best quote ever…. ” brains beats bronze” anyday.”-Nope. MY BEST quote is that SKILLS is the most important factor in Boxing. I continue to bank alot of WINS off of that.Posted August 26, 2014 9:05 pm
MAIDANA I’m sorry to tell you but Mayweather does not stand to fight like a man!!!!!Posted August 26, 2014 9:04 pm
Not gonna happen. Floyd knows what mistakes he made last time and like him or not, he will correct those mistakes. Maidana will come forward swinging and make some rounds uncomfortable for Floyd but in the end it’s another points UD for FMJ.Posted August 26, 2014 8:49 pm
Early 1st round.chino will tag flommo hard.and he will panick just like broner did.& all maidana needs to do is go headhunting for the panicked black bambi.Posted August 26, 2014 8:33 pm
The only chance a Maidana has, is if Mayweather slips up and gets caught and knocked out. This is the only way a slower fighter will ever beat someone quicker than them. Its that simple, Maidana is too slow. Mayweather knows this and this is the reason he picked Maidana over Khan. Mayweather doesnt need to wait for Miadana to make a mistake because he can outbox him, but Maidana has absolutely no chance unless Mayweather loses his concentration.Posted August 26, 2014 8:26 pm
Vamos maidana mexico esta contigo!! Chingen su madre los demas..ah huevo!!!Posted August 26, 2014 8:25 pm
Ray The Man Flores
Marcos I hear you man, I hear you.Posted August 26, 2014 8:21 pm
All this gayweather nut suckers all in love with him.shut ur asses.and watch maidana destroy the coward.Posted August 26, 2014 8:07 pm
Boxtras best quote ever…. ” brains beats bronze” anyday. So all people to win bronze are stupid???Posted August 26, 2014 8:07 pm
And Mayweather hopes that YOU will Box like a PRO instead of a fouling AMATEUR. Thats why HOPING is LESSER than WINNING.Posted August 26, 2014 7:47 pm
Maidana … I think you have been great for boxing. Great action fights. Great knockouts.
But Floyd Mayweather doesn’t need to prove he is a man to you or anyone else.
Floyd Mayweather is a hall of fame fighter and maybe the best technical fighter in the history of the sport and maybe a top ten all time great pound for pound fighter in the history of the sport.
Floyd can fight you anyway he wants to fight you … and your job is to try to beat him.
Shut up and fight.Posted August 26, 2014 7:27 pm
Unless Floyd’s legs are shot, ain’t gonna happen Maidana. Be ready for a track meet.Posted August 26, 2014 7:19 pm
Maidana: He won’t, unless his legs are shot.Posted August 26, 2014 7:13 pm
i.e. Maidana: I hope Floyd gives me a chance to winPosted August 26, 2014 7:01 pm