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Good thing manny is at the twilight of his career. HIs time horizon for endorsements was coming to an end.Let hope the homos don't come out full force and get the Vegas venue to boycott his next fight. Knowing manny he'll get a slap on the wrist like always.
manny shares religious quote that states people should be killed for having homosexual relationships He done annihilate 99% of his fanbase. All clowning aside I'm divided. On one end I'm happy to see him finally speak up instead of mindlessly keeping it shut 24/7. It'll be interesting to see how things play out. Some social justice warrior types (please beat up Floyd because he hit a woman) were on his train right before Floyd deranged his brain. But now manny has...
It's easier if we use yours.
Here's you preaching earlierYet your recent focus in this thread has largely been based on a retired fighter and his fans. Floyd came up the hard way, took no shortcuts, and cultivated a loyal fanbase because of it. It's better that he isn't 'exciting' to the average person--those kind of fighters cut corners in terms of their rise and have more disloyal fans for that reason.There's tons of sh1t going on in the boxing world such as Miguel Cotto being sued because he...
And there's a huge positive correlation between being a 'dickhead' and being the main and often greatest fighter of your era. *speaking one's mind even if it means being hated *a monster ego that creates an unshakable self-belief and commands attention *rebelliousness *a health dose of disrespect for the establishment and status quo Floyd isn't the only greatest fighter of his era that checks those boxes. Ali did. Tyson did to a degree. Jack Johnson most definitely...
She was exposed due to a lack of skill not because of her opposition. There are many boxers (Floyd included) that faced greater challenges than her. Some of them loss, but it wasn't in humiliating fashion during their primes.Don't be silly. Both guys didn't fight Floyd as soon as possible because the reward wasn't worth the risk. This video documents the Mosley biz. I trust you're aware of the full story behind Floyd-manny due to how publicized it was, so that won't...
I'm going to go with the general public on this one and pick Cotto.Saul seems to be a favorite among dedicated fans.Between the two Saul has the worst stamina.Miguel can fade in the final third of fights if he goes all out in the first 2/3'rd.But Saul has well below average stamina. He always has to pace himself. He needs to wait for his energy meter bar to recharge before launching an azzault.Miguel will outbox the very flat footed Saul and get jacked on the cards. ...
NoLarry is kind and humorous.As boxing fan there are bigger issues for you to focus on than a retired fighter and his fans. Namely Cotto and Saul Alvarez reluctance to face gennady. He could have faced Ward, who was very willing, but instead chose to wait out in the rain for people who might not arrive.He puts on excellent performances. Can he do so against higher level opposition.
NoI'm happy about Ronda's defeat. She continually tried to troll the boxing world by saying she'd beat up the best pro male boxers in a fistfight.To have sustained success playing the arrogant fighter one should be skilled enough to always win. At the very least if a villain loses it shouldn't be humiliating--think the times Ali got beat up, when he wasn't shot yet, it was still competitive.In fact I always admired how outspoken Floyd is. The best way to communicate...
too limitedHe only has counterpuncher mode. The degree of hype is unwarranted given his amount of skills.There are much better options if you like them young and talented such as Crawford, Verdejo, Spence, etc.The fact that Alvarez always has at least one judge in his pocket for challenging fights (Trout, Floyd, and Erislandy) is disgraceful for boxing. Who gets a draw card for doing jack shit against the PPV cash cow star
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