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Paulie is in for a beating against either man. Mosley will easily stop him within 8, while Maidana will have him out in 4 or less. Paulie’s safest fights at 147 are Bradley and Khan.

Posted January 24, 2013 9:14 pm 


Not fading but faded Mosely, I still think that a faded Mosely can beat Paulie. Im not saying Paulia is a bum but Mosely will still beat most B level fighters, its just that he keeps fighting A level fighters. Just sayin is all.

Posted January 24, 2013 2:14 am 


Actually, Kevin, I don’t find it hard to believe at all, that Paulie wants to fight Maidana over Mosley. Mosley won’t add much to Malignaggi’s portfolio as a welterweight champion. Mosley is rated 14th for Pete’s sake! Maidana, on the other hand, is a challenge for Paulie and it makes all the sense in the world to me that Paulie would want to fight him. One thing about Paulie: Win or lose, he’s never been afraid to fight anyone. I’d love to see him fight Maidana. If he beats him, it will greatly boost his image as a welterweight champion. Besides, I’m still waiting to see if Paulie has gained some new power as a welterweight. He’s slower than he used to be–both of hand and foot–so he has to rely on something else to win his fights–namely ring smarts and power. After all, he did stop Senchenko. Who expected him to do that? No one. No one at all. Except Paulie himself, maybe. Go Paulie!

Posted January 23, 2013 3:16 pm 

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Malignaggi-Mosley negotiations falling apart; Paulie wants Maidana

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