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post #301 of 436
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ugh the media has found its next ethnic boxing star to shamelessly be favorably biased towards

The entire Showtime cast couldn't stop talking about how Trout was controlling the fight yet not a single one had Trout ahead on their scorecards. There was a rematch clause but only for Nelo. Trout took the fight knowing he would get robbed and took some cash under the table to give his rehearsed answers for the post-fight interview

114-113 or 115-112 Trout
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Someone told me yesterday that Bradley vs JMM is set for Sept. This fight does nothing for me. I will watch, but......
post #303 of 436
http://sports.yahoo.com/news/money-talks-mayweather-vs-alvarez-223009934--spt.html

PBF vs the Can Man(my boy calls him Tomato Can).
Good fight. PDF by an easy decision!
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http://sports.yahoo.com/news/money-talks-mayweather-vs-alvarez-223009934--spt.html

PBF vs the Can Man(my boy calls him Tomato Can).
Good fight. PDF by an easy decision!
Gasnelo Alvarez gets slaughtered. Very bad stamina on that one. Sort of like how Paulie has no power or Khan has no chin.
post #305 of 436
Agree^^.
Canelo takes too much time off during rounds. He will get peppered throughout the fight by Money. Defense needs to be WORLD CLASS to give PBF a fight,
post #306 of 436
Tycoon.....what are your thoughts today?

Undercard better than the main event?
PBF or Tomato Can?
post #307 of 436
where can i stream the mayweather fight??
post #308 of 436
Tomato Can was exposed as a young, inexperienced fighter. He never even hurt PBF even coming in 15 lbs heavier. Sit down son!
post #309 of 436
Mayweather is impossible to hit. Every fight I keep thinking father time is going to slow him down, he's not going to be as fast, and someone is eventually going to be able to tag him, but his quickness has barely diminished over the past 5-6 years,
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Garcia is the truth
Edited by TyCooN - 9/15/13 at 3:22am
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Garcia is the truth

^^
I am a fan. That kid is a FIGHTER!

Now re PBF. There are 3 types of people......PBF fans. People who respect PBF. And PBF haters who think that every young, bigger, "stronger" fighter can/will beat him. Canelo was WAY in over his head. he had nada for PBF. I was actually waiting to see how Floyd would react to a flush punch from Canelo and it never happened. De La Hoya was a joke when he said that he gave Canelo the "blueprint!" Everyone has a plan until you step in the ring! PBF is the best fighter that I have ever seen!
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Manny Pacquiao's bank accounts frozen in tax fight

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/manny-pacquiaos-bank-accounts-frozen-tax-fight-105956574--box.html
manuela rematches Timmeh Bradley next imo
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Manny Pacquiao's bank accounts frozen in tax fight

http://sports.yahoo.com/news/manny-pacquiaos-bank-accounts-frozen-tax-fight-105956574--box.html
By TMZ

Manny Pacquiao's financial problems are starting to build up. He now has a bill of $18 million dollars ... in addition to his $50 million dollar tax fight in the Philippines ... and this time, it's Uncle Sam that's trying to force Manny to pay up.

TMZ Sports has obtained official documents which show the IRS claims Manny owes the government millions in federal income taxes from 2006 to 2010 ... totaling $18,313,668.79 in debt.

Here's the yearly breakdown:

2006 -- $1,160,324.30
2007 -- $2,035,992.50
2008 -- $2,862,437.11
2009 -- $8,022,915.87
2010 -- $4,231,999.01

Interesting note -- Manny had 3 big fights in 2008, including a match against Oscar De La Hoya in which MP reportedly banked $15-$30 million in guaranteed cash.

In 2009, Manny famously fought Ricky Hatton and Miguel Cotto.

Manny's U.S. tax problems come on the heels of a nasty tax war in his home country, the Philippines ... where the goverment claims he evaded paying $50 million in taxes in 2008 and 2009 stemming from fights that took place in the United States.

Philippines officials have frozen the bank accounts Manny has in the country ... and even placed a lien on one of his most expensive properties, located in Manila.

We reached out to Manny's camp -- so far no word back.




if this isn't enough pressure for him to step up and fight Floyd, I don't know what will make him do it
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