A seasoned 147 Bradley LOOKED WORST and won than 135 pounds Rios who only had two fights at 140 pounds against Alvarado, I say a rematch against Rios and Rios wins it. a fifth fight with Marquez and Marquez will killed him or put him in a coma this time….a fight with Floyd who handle a solid 172 pounds Canelo like an easy walk in the park would be laughable against Pacquiao.Posted November 24, 2013 6:21 pm
lmfao!!!Posted November 24, 2013 2:06 am
East Los on fire tonight. Got me a Backpage hooker, ordered the PPV and 19 of my closest relatives will be crowding around out beautiful 5 inch Sony Walkman to watch this fight. Yes, this little baby is cable ready!Posted November 23, 2013 9:45 pm
who”s the prick in the blue cap,a yank or a mexican you cant tell with them lot.Posted November 23, 2013 9:44 pm
Just a boxing fan
This is a test for MP’s chin. If he is not damaged by the brutal JMM KO, he’ll win big and he goes back to #2 in P4P IMO. MP to win by TKO from middle to late rounds. Otherwise, he could be out cold on the 1st.Posted November 23, 2013 9:33 pm
Pac don’t need Fraud…. Why does this always become the topic? F’ Fraud. Pac can write his own script…. If Pac was smart he’d retire with money in the bank and his mind in tactPosted November 23, 2013 9:30 pm
Fight party tonight up here in East Los. Gonna pretend to hate Manny before excusing myself to pleasure myself between rounds.Posted November 23, 2013 9:21 pm
So then what ?Posted November 23, 2013 9:02 pm
Pac don’t want none of Floyd. If he wanted Floyd it would have happened in 2010 but he don’t want it. Floyd knocks him cold.Posted November 23, 2013 8:48 pm
PEEJ…, You’re crazy… Pacquiao beat Mosley without even trying.
90% of viewers thought Pacquaio beat Bradley, including me … and after Pac beats Rios by UD he’s fighting Floyd next…
Let’s see what solutions the master has for Pacquaio – because he didn’t beat Hatton, De La Hoya, or Cotto as badly as Pacquiao beat them.Posted November 23, 2013 8:39 pm
PEEJ, you know nothing about boxing or sports by the sounds of it. You are just a pacman hater by the sounds of it and if he was god you would still go against him. I hope Rios is KO’d within 5 rounds and then it can’t go to a ‘bogus’ decision from the judges. And if you think Bradley beat Manny then you need to invest in some glasses cause you ain’t seeing properly.Posted November 23, 2013 7:48 pm
Anything can happen in the ring and there’s always the chance that Rios will have what it takes to upset Pacquiao. However, in order to analyze this fight and try to “guesstimate” the outcome, one must look at the facts, and, in my opinion, there are a few facts that stand out in this fight.
Fact, Pac got KOed on his last fight in a devastating fashion and there’s always the question about his ability to bounce back. That may be an advantage for Rios, but I doubt it. Pac got KOed for two reasons; he got careless in trying to KO Marquez and was fighting one of the best counter-punchers in boxing. Rios doesn’t bring the skills Juan has and his style is very predictable. Training wise, it doesn’t take too much of a plan to keep him of balance and neutralize his aggressiveness.
Fact, Rios lost to Alvarado on his last fight and that’s huge because it would be difficult to compare Alvarado to Pac. Though Alvarado can box, he doesn’t have the quickness and power that Pac possesses. Rios could afford to keep moving forward against Alvarado because he could take his punches, but I doubt that’ll be the case against Pac. True, Rios has taken lots of punishments from other opponents as well, but these was at the lightweight division.
Fact, though many feels that Pac’s days are over, especially after two consecutive loses, he did look great against Bradley, who is a much tougher opponent than Rios. He was also dominating Marquez in a huge fashion before being KOed. Though there’s always the possibility that he’ll look “old” in this fight, judging by his two previous fights that will not the case. If he uses the same leg and body movement that he used against Marquez, along with his power and quickness, Rios will not stand a chance in this fight.
Although not a fact, but my opinion, other than taking lots of punishment and wearing his opponent down, Rios doesn’t have many skills in his arsenal. He has gotten away with that style so far due to the quality of his opponents. His biggest named opponent was Alvarado, who he dominated on his first fight, but lost the rematch.
I predict a much easier fight for Pac than what many posters here expect. I see Pac wining by TKO by round eight.Posted November 23, 2013 7:36 pm
BEARS, Bradley beat Pac and would do it again. You don’t know boxing.Posted November 23, 2013 7:34 pm
Rios KO 4. But there is a chance Pac will win by bogus decision so I won’t watch.Posted November 23, 2013 7:33 pm
I won’t be watching the fight so if someone post using my name it’s not mePosted November 23, 2013 7:23 pm
Rios sounding awfully “punchy” these days, all of a sudden. The ring wars already took their toll on his speech.
His only chance is if Pacman gets gun shy all of a sudden, and fails to throw punches because of what might be coming back. In other words, if Pacman is just a shell of his former self after the Marquez fight.Posted November 23, 2013 7:19 pm
This is a mismatch people. Rios will get the beating of his life. I believe his corner will stop the fight because he will never quit BUT expect him to be beaten by Paquiao MARGACHEATO style. Paquiao is looking to make a statement, he will pay the price.Posted November 23, 2013 7:00 pm
I will take pacman by stoppage. I think this fights a mismatch. pac dominates.
ya never know i could be totally wrong and pac is old and damaged but i dont think so. I will go with my above forecastPosted November 23, 2013 6:05 pm
I’ll take Rios by KO bout round 10Posted November 23, 2013 5:52 pm
Nobodys fooled by this mismatched fight. Pacman toys with this warrior with mountains of heart but just out of his element…yezzzir!Posted November 23, 2013 5:51 pm
Trust Me…Is Back
“for him **not** to see all 12 rds”Posted November 23, 2013 5:49 pm
Trust Me…Is Back
I watched Rios get out-boxed by Acosta for 8 rds… Abril for 11 rds… and Alvarado in his last fight…only thing I can say about Mr. Bam-Bam is that he comes to fight and has the type of heart that needs to be beaten out of his chest for him to see all 12 rds… But If the Pac-Monster has 70% of what he once had then this is exactly what will happen… This fight will be Pacman vs David Diaz II… PacMan KO8 RiosPosted November 23, 2013 5:49 pm
Pacquiao should be favored 9:1… But it’s not a mismatch like Pac vs Hatton.. Pac vs DLH.. or Pac vs Cheato.. Rios will still be feeling his oats when all these guys were feeling badly discouraged.
The reason? Pacquiao is coming off a KO loss and Rios has never been flattened — as were DLH, Cheato, and Hatton prior to their fights with Pacquiao…
When you see an old fighter (39 is old) put your next opponent down for the count, it gives you a lot of confidence… You say to yourself, “I’ve got a Hell of a right hand… I’ll put that sucker out for a week.”
Rios has a rude awakening coming… But he’ll feel he’s never out of the fight — as long as he can throw a right hand and there’s a round left.Posted November 23, 2013 5:20 pm
If Rios can use a nice jab then follow up with hard shots and a pretty good df then I think he beats wacqi manPosted November 23, 2013 5:06 pm
Hoping for a good fight and not a mismatch as this article makes us to believe!Posted November 23, 2013 4:29 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
Manny’s footwork? Are you, kidding? He throws a combo then he’s gone…Posted November 23, 2013 4:25 pm