“that’s his legacy to fight bums below his level.
Maidana is no bum.Posted April 2, 2014 9:48 pm
No need to watch this crap because we know already the winner. Fraud Floyd will keep his zero that’s his legacy to fight bums below his level.Posted April 2, 2014 6:23 am
The Oracle moron how is Pacquaio rated as Floyd’s WBC mandatory? Please explain that to the level headed boxing fans. Manny gets iced by Marquez then fights a roided bum in Rios somewhere in China. I’ve got a whole day will wait for your response how the corrupt WBC fast tracked Pacquaio to be Mayweather’s mandatory, when he was coming off a loss and so was Rios who never fought at 147lbs. You guys are just plain dumb, really. Just haters doing their job as usual. So its fine for Pacuqiao to fight Rios after Bun Bum lost. Floyd can never fight Maidana coming from his biggest win?Posted April 2, 2014 4:06 am
“None of Floyd’s fights have been close except for his bout with de la hoya which he won by split decision.”
I agreee with this statement.. Kaczmarek scored it for Oscar.
EZ E…, “@Pugfan hmmm… With all due respects but.. it surely seems like you forgot about Floyd vs Castillo 1 ???”
Floyd won both Castillo 1 and 2 by UD’s… and by a much wider margin on all cards in the 1st fight … Castillo threw a bunch of low blows… punches after the bell… punches on the break… and punches to non-scoring areas in the clinches … The judges were smart. They didn’t count those.
The judges in Mayweather-Castillo II tried to rob Floyd… but couldn’t do it because Floyd won every round easy.Posted April 1, 2014 11:32 pm
“Funny how people put their own spin on things regardless of the facts. Two legal punches and the referee counts to 10. That’s not a KO for them.”
But Ref Joe Cortez didn’t even know Ortiz had been hit until he saw him fall. Why? Because idiot Cortez wasn’t even looking at the fighters and was talking to someone outside the ring. No spin on that. That’s the truth. The Mayweather/Ortiz fight was a farce. It was a disgrace to boxing.Posted April 1, 2014 8:04 pm
You can do it!
I like Maidana and I hope he can win but I doubt it. Mayweather is way better than Broner in everything. Above all, Maweather has ring smarts. Broner was just an imitation.Posted April 1, 2014 6:19 pm
Hey Anonymous not your business whose nuts I have in my mouth! Are you jealous?Posted April 1, 2014 5:47 pm
What are the odds at the MGM Grand? Too much chatter too little info.Posted April 1, 2014 3:37 pm
@ Pug & King I agree with both. The Castillo 1 fight controversy was a big issue back then and one that will re-surge now and then.Posted April 1, 2014 12:13 pm
Pugfan Yes, it was long ago and yes, it could’ve gone either way as well, especially with a different trio of judges. Some officials are more impressed with ring generalship than aggressiveness or power shots.. or a variation of all criteria.Posted April 1, 2014 11:48 am
go for legacy! money comes and goes. avoid corruption and respect the paying fans.Posted April 1, 2014 10:12 am
EZ E , yes I did forget to mention that bout. long time ago , but could have gone either way. I hope Maidana can hang with Floyd and make it interesting.Posted April 1, 2014 7:57 am
Mayweather will get beatPosted March 31, 2014 11:26 pm
Ted “Theodore” Logan
Might could land one of the weird loopy punches to backside of that peanut head of Floyd’sPosted March 31, 2014 10:15 pm
Chicago remove Mannys nutts from your mouth…Posted March 31, 2014 9:46 pm
Maidana got no chance to win this fight because fraud Floyd said so.Posted March 31, 2014 8:48 pm
@ Popkins cheaterigo lost 3 of 4 by stoppage after getting caught with loaded gloves but that’s supposed to be an impressive win by pac. Fighting for a vacant title that pac nor cheater were ranked in the division? Bradley is a good fighter but nowhere near a 37 year old Mayweather. Floyd started as a 130lb fighter and has fought weighing as much as 150lb for jmw title. If cotto was old after the cheater and pac losses what was cheater after shane pulverized himPosted March 31, 2014 8:17 pm
GOB – guru of boxing
Who else thinks maidana looks like akira from the manga movie in this photee?Posted March 31, 2014 6:40 pm
@Pugfan hmmm… With all due respects but.. it surely seems like you forgot about Floyd vs Castillo 1 ???Posted March 31, 2014 5:44 pm
@RodPosted March 31, 2014 5:28 pm
Bradley. Margarito. A younger version of Cotto. Bearing in mind, Mayweather has been at 147 a lot longer than Pacman too. And Mayweather is also the natural welterweight – not Manny.Posted March 31, 2014 5:27 pm
Manny beat Oscar, Cotto, Mosely and Hatton. All after Floyd his lefts overs but when Floyd beat these same guys there were cherry picked? How can they be cherry picked for one and not the other? I mean these are supposed to be the p4p best Floyd and Manny right? Floyd beat Oscar, and Cotto at 154 not 147 like pacroid either. Poor pactards who make excuses when Floyd wins like they were cherry picked or Marquez and Miadana is too small for Floyd? But there are the same size as Manny who Floyd is supposed to be scared of right? Or better yet they make excuses why Manny lost like C.J. Ross cheated him and Marquez was juiced up and got lucky. Ass clowns Manny is nothing without the juice he is a average Joe.Posted March 31, 2014 5:25 pm
@Moonshineman who is it that pac has fought that floyd has avoided. The cheater Margarito. Clottey old Morales RiosPosted March 31, 2014 5:13 pm
Floyd’s defense isn’t just a one-note pony like Broner’s.Posted March 31, 2014 5:10 pm
Sweet Science – it’s a Mayweather Shell, it has more angles than the Philly Shell and Floyd has many ways to skin the cat besides the shell anyways but some people like to only take note of the Shell onlyPosted March 31, 2014 4:07 pm
hahahaha, Madiana hasn’t got a chance. You must understand. little floyd will NEVER pick an opponent he can’t easily beat. I don’t blame floyd. He wants the money, which is ok, but he will never be considered a champion of any kind. The name Champion is reserved for fighters who will face anyone, like Pacquiao.Posted March 31, 2014 3:59 pm
Maidana doesn’t stand a chance when Gloyd demands 12 oz gloves. Maidan as power will be reduce to soft pillow punches. Floyd demands everything in his favor. That’s where his real talent comes from. Cherry picking, demanding and fixing fights. Not in his boxing skills where it’s a snoozer fight!Posted March 31, 2014 3:50 pm
Quick Jab, good point, that maidana advantage because he be in Floyd face all night, Floyd can’t keep him at a distance jabbing, maidana will press no matter what.and as Floyd not going to sit down on his punches to get respect till late,as safety .
If maidana mix his punches well and keep them coming that over hand right lobbing will find Floyd for sure in a few exchanges. This should be Floyd toughest fight in a while. But Floyd expected to out preform as paulie and Alexander got pass maidana, just sorry butt broner got creamed….Posted March 31, 2014 3:23 pm
“If you count the Ortiz fight a KO – I don’t Hatton was his last.”
Funny how people put their own spin on things regardless of the facts. Two legal punches and the referee counts to 10. That’s not a KO for them.
Ortiz could have gotten up if he tried hard. He was looking for an early exit to avoid punishment, and still make his 5MM, but if you stay down it’s a KO. Max Baer did the same thing against Joe Louis but was honest about it taking the count on his knee.
Reporter.., “Max, why didn’t you get up?”
Baer.., “Forty bucks lets these people see a fight. If they want to watch a murder they’ll have to pay a lot more.”
Ortiz had a huge grin on his face as the count tolled… Like the cat who ate the canary.Posted March 31, 2014 3:14 pm
What are the odds in Vegas? Talk about underdog you gotta state what the odds are. I heard 12/1 but doubt you can get that at the sportsbook.Posted March 31, 2014 2:03 pm
That maybe true and like I have said many times before I think he runs 160 as long as he stays there. 168 is a whole different beast. But the problem here is they are the ones that called out folks all the way to 175. Once they said sure they would fight him, they backed off that statement.Posted March 31, 2014 1:30 pm
… Lol. Everyone wants to cash in on JC. Don’t blame GGG for staying at 160 otherwise tho – he doesn’t seem big enough to tackle the elite super middles.Posted March 31, 2014 1:02 pm
Yep just read an interview with GGG promoter and they said they are not gonna fight Ward. GGG is not ready for a Ward fight is what he was saying. Says his natural weight division is 160 and that is were they are gonna stay at. Well of course except for the fight with Chavez Jr.Posted March 31, 2014 10:56 am
@ Jay GGG won’t fight Ward after saying for over a year that anyone from 154 – 168 can get a beating. Ward answers up and now GGG needs to clean up the middleweight division. The very next fight is Chavez jr at 168.Posted March 31, 2014 10:45 am
The author fails to mention the one thing Chino does do better than Canelo and thats throw 5 and 6 punch combos from awkward angles, Floyd doesn’t like unreadable combos.Posted March 31, 2014 10:36 am
8 division champ.? Arum purchasing titles for his petPosted March 31, 2014 10:32 am
Whats up with Maidana’s shaved Eyebrows.. starting to look like Leo Santa Cruz..Posted March 31, 2014 10:31 am
El chino everybody 4gets tires in the championship rounds he tired in the moralas,khan, & browner fights… although madina has improved considerably every fight since alexander..I dont see him pressure floyd for the whole 12…Posted March 31, 2014 9:46 am
I love Maidana and thank you Floyd for giving him the chance to be next and Floyd with have to do work no doubt however, he will outclass and be too smart for “El Chino”.Posted March 31, 2014 9:40 am
If Floyd stands in front of Maidana and thinks hes gonna slug he will get mowed down like Broner did. That philly shell wont work against Maidana. Floyd better have the legs and stick move and pot shot he will look good doing that all night but the question is can he still do that for 12 rounds against a stalker like Maidana.Posted March 31, 2014 8:58 am
none of Floyd’s fights have been close except for his bout with de la hoya which he won by split decision.Posted March 31, 2014 8:50 am
Ooops, I messed up the ending.. I’ll fix it later. Gotta go!Posted March 31, 2014 8:49 am
To some small extent this fight reminds me of Leonard vs Duran 1. It was the intensity and output of Duran that enabled him to narrowly get by Ray, banging and plugging away every time, when ever and where ever Ray was in range or against the ropes. Ray made it a bit easier for Duran by not taking advantage of his exceptional footwork and lateral movements, standing his ground & choosing to engage a bit too often. Ray was younger and faster than Floyd is today, no doubt. But… Maidana is no NO Duran. El Chino’s only chance is pull a ‘Duran’ on Floyd to whatever extmaidana’sent he possibly can. He can’t outbox, out maneuver and out think May, so what else does he have?Posted March 31, 2014 8:48 am
Boxing Barlow …good points – I agree with your first post. I think most would agree Mayweather looked flawless and at his very best in his last fight against Alvarez, who himself was a high level opponent. Add also Floyd has taken so little punishment in his career and is always in perfect condition, then he can not possibly have become completely shot since beating Canelo. That argument will not hold up. …. With regards to Roy, I think people view his career in two different lights: the untouchable pre heavyweight RJJ, and the drained post Ruiz version that didn’t fully recover from a heavy KO defeat. …….Floyd does not appear to have an excuse for such a rapid deterioration. This makes facing the likes of Maidana and Khan instead of people like Bradley, Pacquiao, GGG, Martinez and Garcia, even more of a gamble.Posted March 31, 2014 8:34 am
Boxing Barlow problem with Floyd he doesn’t fight fighters that are a threat to him. He will never fight 3 g or MartinezPosted March 31, 2014 8:11 am
Popkins – The interesting this with legacies are when do they start and stop. For example Roy Jones. Has his legacy been tarnished by his later career or is he still considered the best fighters of his genertaion for how good he was at his peak? The reason I say this is, if Floyd comes in and looks awful, ages over night and gets knocked out, does that tarnish his rep? Or do we stand back and think a peak Floyd would have beat Maidana hands down so it dont count?Posted March 31, 2014 7:19 am
Maidana is a poor choice of opponent in my opinion and does nothing for Mayweathers legacy. He needs to keep challenging himself and the only fights that I would have considered would have enhanced his career are GGG or Martinez up at middleweight. Beyond this you’ve obviously got Pacman, who if he beat him he would have reached a level in his career which there would be no way of enhancing his legacy any further and he would be fighting purely for the money. Pacman on the other hand has a slightly different route. It is not practical due to his size to move above welterweight so a move to fight the likes of Martinez or GGG are unreasonable unlike in Mayweathers case. However if he avenges the robbery he suffered against Bradley (who is a far better scalp than Maidana) then goes onto beat Marquez in a return fight in my opinion legacy wise Pacman and Mayweather will be both on the same page with nothing to really pick between them. In my opinion if they do eventually get it on in the ring whoever comes out as the winner you could put a argument forward for them being the best fighter of all time. On the other hand if the fight never happens I don’t think that argument could be made.Posted March 31, 2014 7:12 am
Hidalgo… Yes, Maidana has 4 rounds to stop Floyd. After that, it’s over.Posted March 31, 2014 6:18 am
Maidana will take inspiration from the way Castillo dragged Floyd into a 50/50 fight, and the way an old, battle worn Mosley was able to hurt him. Marcos will either KO Mayweather or get knocked out trying. Probably the latter.Posted March 31, 2014 6:15 am
If Mayweather were to get knocked out by Maidana (highly unlikely I know, but strange things happen in boxing – Lewis/Rahman, Wlad/Brewster, RJJ/Tarver, Tyson/Douglas etc etc) ………….. … How will Floyd’s boxing legacy be affected? Losing to a solid, but never spectacular fighter like Maidana wud surely put a massive dent in his all time standing. Wud people now view Pacman as being the best of their generation? Wen u fight a guy who is barely in the top 10 at 147 let alone the top 10 P4P u can’t afford to fail.Posted March 31, 2014 6:08 am
DIFFERENCE IS HE IS GOING INTO THIS FIGHT KNOWING HE CANT OUT BOX FLOYD BUT HAS TO MAKE IT UGLY AND OUTWORK/KO HIM UNLIKE ALVAREZ WHO CHOOSE TO OUT BOX/COUNTERPUNCH FLOYD,BIB MISTAKE.ALVAREZ CANT PRESSURE LIKE MAIDANA CANPosted March 31, 2014 6:05 am
Azz whipping for MaidanaPosted March 31, 2014 2:53 am
Floyd will not fight Martinez at 154 or even 150, he refuses to fight Golovkin at 154? Floyd is best at 147 even when he fights at 154 he has trouble making the weight the mist he came in is around 150, That’s why Canelo agreed to come down to 152 so they can meet in the middle. Martinez and GGG are way too big ass clown I guess next he should fight klitschko. Moron look at the history Manny is the one who wlaked away and continues to have his opponents hand picked like Rios. Now is ppvs are in the toilet and he hasn’t been dominate since 09 when he was beating up dehydrated fighters or guys coming off losses.Posted March 31, 2014 12:33 am
None of Floyds fights have been even close. Judges on the other hand have leaned Mannys way more then once. Marquez kept getting robbed until he got tired and KTFO out of pacroid there is no comparison from Floyd to Manny. Now as far as being scared Manny is the one who turned down the fight in 09 over a blood test not Floyd.Posted March 31, 2014 12:26 am
Mayweather owns the judges, referee, boxing commission, etc. It’s impossible for Mayweather to lose a fight in Vegas……….I will not buy this fight, it costs way too much, but I would buy Pac Vs. Mayweather and so would most fans, it would be the biggest PPV in boxing history………..but Mayweather allows his fear to keep him from fighting Pac.
I predict Maidana gets deducted atleast 1 point for a rabbit punch. I don’t agree completely what the author said about no chance of Maidana winning a decision. Ofcourse he can’t outbox Mayweather but if he can do a ton of work in clinches and stagger Floyd in more than 2 rounds I could possibly see an upset decision. I unfortunately see Floyd win by Maj decision, but this is boxing and nothing is a sure thing. Lets all just appreciate the fight for what it is and enjoy it. My only point is there is never any absolutes in this sport. That’s why I love it.Posted March 30, 2014 10:30 pm
Looking forward to your disappearing act after the Fight.Posted March 30, 2014 9:49 pm
Maidana will win. His relentlessness is the answer. Canelo tried to box Mayweather which made no sense and didn’t pay off. Maidana won’t and Mayweather will be stunned. Looking forward to it.Posted March 30, 2014 9:08 pm
Fraud may stop him by a quick ref stoppage due to a big flurry and dazing maindana, then of course the controversy and “Drama”Posted March 30, 2014 8:15 pm
Floyd by TKO.Posted March 30, 2014 8:07 pm
Maidana will give it everything but will still come up short – he needs to fight a 4 round strategy fight not even think about 12 – put every thing into 4 rounds go for broke . That said I predict Floyd will stop Maidana he’s first stoppage win since 2012 if you count the Ortiz fight a Ko – I don’t Hatton was he’s last – it will be a good fight guysPosted March 30, 2014 8:02 pm
Maidana will give it everything but will still come up short – he needs to fight a 4 round strategy fight not even think about 12 – put every thing into 4 rounds go for broke . That said I predict Floyd will stop Maidana he’s first stoppage win since 2012 if you count the Ortiz fight a Ko – I don’t Hatton was he’s last –Posted March 30, 2014 8:00 pm
Of course if you’re in a situation like Buster Douglas was in versus Mike Tyson, you might actually enjoy being the underdog — on second thought.
Because if you’re a 42:1 underdog your opponent is almost certain to underestimate you… It’s a chance to prove all those idiots wrong who think you stink that bad… And when you win it’s going to make bigger headlines all over the world because it was so unexpected… It’s a chance to shut anyone up who ever doubted you.Posted March 30, 2014 7:59 pm
Boycott PPVPosted March 30, 2014 7:52 pm
…”Maidana likes being the underdog.”
They all say that… But he would much rather be the big favorite.
The reasons being: he would get much more money… he could afford better sparring… he would have a better chance to win… and that would make his next payday much bigger… and it would be far less likely that he would get the crap knocked out of him.Posted March 30, 2014 7:49 pm
Manny “Fighter of Floyd’s prime decade” Pacquiao
I wonder what the odds will be and whos gonna bet on Miadana. Probably the biggest odds in boxing history. Shows how much of a joke this fight is.Posted March 30, 2014 7:38 pm
Frauds gift is his ability to run. If need be he could run 25 rounds. One has to ask themselves, is that boxing? I say not at all. If Maidana for even a moment hurt Fraud, he will take off on his daddy’s old ten speed to take the decision. The nuthuggers will praise him….Pathetic, boring and very old at this pointPosted March 30, 2014 7:33 pm
Maidana has zero chance to win. None. Too slow, predictable, one dimensional, no defense, telegraphs every shot, bad feet, no head movement. Seriously, this is a waste of a fight. Toughness wins nothing. Mayweather picked this fight to look good against a guy who has no boxing skills. Just a plodder that throws wide power punches. Mayweather will win this fight 12-0 or stop him late. If Mayweather had the courage , guts and heart to stand toe to toe and show us that he can also fight insdie, toe to toe and beat Maidana, then and only then would I give him credit, but he tried that once against Cotto, and he was crying like a little girl. Not quite as tough a fighter as he thought. Floyd is comfortable when he can hit and run and beat guys on his athleticism, but when it comes down to fighting, he crumbles unlike the legendary Manny Pacquiao that comes to fight, and also showed in his last fight that he was a boxing master. If he had chosen to fight that way throughout his career, guess what? He would be unbeaten at 58-0, but he’s a fighter that takes chances. Maidana against Pacquiao would have been the most electrifying fight in history. Two fighters that have heart, courage and guts to fight a man mano a mano. Floyd just can’t step up, so he will beat Maidana with his athleticism.
Posted March 30, 2014 3:08 amPosted March 30, 2014 7:23 pm
Maidana has no chance, if mayweather is at his absolute worst and maidana at his absolute best, mayweather would still win a easy decision.Posted March 30, 2014 7:21 pm
The oracle of Delphi
An ATG such as Floyd should fight a middle weight or the best at 154lbs, and not a slowish slugger that has no chance. Or he should fight his most advesary of his time, Pac.
Floyd is the only fighter in the world that consistently fights Top 10 fighters when he’s gone he will go down as one of the all time greatsPosted March 30, 2014 6:45 pm
He likes it or not he’s the underdog. I see no chance for Maidana to win this fight. I good payday for him as another victim of Floyd handpick opponent to keep his zero.Posted March 30, 2014 6:15 pm
Thanks ez e i dont have address dat this writer must b druged up . But give it a second all the haters gonna try 2 debunk us dudePosted March 30, 2014 5:20 pm
Maidana LIKES being the underdog??? Well, he’s the UNDERDOG whether he likes it OR NOT!!Posted March 30, 2014 5:04 pm