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    You people are stupid when you keep saying "if mayweather wanted this fight then there'd be a fight". Your completely missing the point. Mayweather wants a fair fight and with this amount of money at stake where his career and rep are on the line, if he has any suspicion that manny is juicing then he has every right to hold off until otherwise.

    Mayweather is the one who wanted the drug testing changed, but Manny is the one who scheduled another fight. come on now


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    bc manny doesnt dodge fights. floyd dodged because hes a pussy, so manny decided to fight someone else.
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    People are too stupid to effectively conspire to do anything, but not too stupid to come up with conspiracy theories.

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    exactly...

    And manny was never suspected of juicing before this.



    Its a corny ploy and I didnt for a minute fall for any of mayweathers little games.

    Its obvious pretty boy dont want none.

    He is obviously not ready
    Look eye, always look eye.

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    if floyds not ducking then why dont he fight cotto or mosely?



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    Floyd has never fought any of the top notch contenders that everyone wanted to see him fight.

    He is a fraud to me...yea he has a ton of skill and could be the greatest but if you dont fight the best of your era than you cannot be the greatest.


    Its Roy Jones II
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    We know Pac is fighting Clottey on March 13, but supposedly Mayweather is fighting that same day. The opponent for Mayweather is still to be determined, but they have ruled out Matthew Hatton. Everyone from Nate Campbell, Timothy Bradley, Kermit Cintron, Paulie Maliggani (I know I misspelled it) have been thrown around as possible opponents. I know half of these guys aren't at 147 but those are the names rumored. If he wins on March 13 (perfect number for an upset) they're even mentioning Mosley (if he wins) as an opponent after March 13's fight, but we'll believe it when we see it.

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    mosley is at the end of his career so im sure floyd would take that fight



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    Quote Originally Posted by NickyTooch View Post
    exactly...

    And manny was never suspected of juicing before this.



    Its a corny ploy and I didnt for a minute fall for any of mayweathers little games.

    Its obvious pretty boy dont want none.

    He is obviously not ready
    while it may seem that way, I still cant picture in my head Floyd getting his ass kicked in a ring. Even against Pacman

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11th Chamber View Post
    while it may seem that way, I still cant picture in my head Floyd getting his ass kicked in a ring. Even against Pacman
    That's because it won't ever happen.

    Clottey is a very hard fight for anyone, including Pacquiao, so it's gonna be an interesting one. Mayweather also has a few interesting choices as well, I'm pretty sure none of them potenital opponents will just roll over and take a beating.

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    didnt mosley get caught using roids? i wonder how floyd would handle that



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    Isn't this sorta like the shit Scott Hall used to do?

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    ^^
    What does that have to do with boxing? lol



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    Quote Originally Posted by check two View Post
    ^^
    What does that have to do with boxing? lol

    mayweather is fighting hall

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    R.I.P. to Joe Rollino.


    **NYC amusement park strongman, 104, killed by van.

    NEW YORK A famed strongman who once lifted 3,200 pounds at Coney Island during its heyday and was still bending quarters with his fingers at age 104 died Monday after he was hit by a minivan.

    Joe Rollino was struck as he crossed Bay Ridge Parkway in Brooklyn, and suffered a broken pelvis, head trauma and broken ribs. He died a few hours later at an area hospital. Police said the driver was going the speed limit and had not been drinking. No criminality is suspected, but the driver was issued a summons for a defective horn.

    During his storied life, Rollino hobnobbed with Harry Houdini, watched Jack Dempsey knock out Jess Willard and was friendly with Mario Lanza. He even had a bit part in "On the Waterfront."

    Rollino would've been 105 on March 19, and was the model of health, according to friends. A vegetarian for life, he didn't drink or smoke, his friends said, and he exercised every day. He was a lifetime boxer and was part of the Oldetime Barbell and Strongmen, an organization of men who can still rip book binders at the seam.

    Retired NYPD detective Arthur Perry, who boxed in the New York City Golden Gloves in the mid-1960s, met Rollino at his birthday party in 2008 and didn't believe Rollino was the celebrant he looked too good for a centenarian.

    "It was astonishing, how he was smiled upon by nature," Perry said. "If you would've said to me he was 80, I'd have said he looked younger."

    A decorated World War II veteran, Rollino got his start as a strongman in the 1920s during the high point of the Coney Island carnival, and he billed himself as the "Strongest Man in the World."

    He later made a living as a traveling boxer under the name Kid Dundee and fought in armories in cities around the country where boxing was forbidden.

    Rollino said in 2008 that he was just simply born strong.

    "Fighters would hit me in the jaw and I'd just look at them. You couldn't knock me out," he told writer Robert Mladinich in an interview for the boxing Web site The Sweet Science.

    Mladinich said Rollino had a slew of followers who worshipped him. "He was instrumental in their positive development," he said. "He was an athletic mentor and a father figure to them."

    One is 10-time Golden Glove winner Peter Spanakos, whose twin brother, Nick, roomed with Cassius Clay during the 1960 Olympics in Rome. The two met in the 1950s on the beach.

    "He's a hero's hero. We should celebrate him," Spanakos said. "A true patriot, an athlete's athlete."

    At Rollino's birthday party last year, Spanakos gave him a quarter, and Rollino bent it between his fingers.

    "And you know what, he apologized. He said he used to be able to do it with a dime."

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100112/...lderly_man_hit




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    if manny agrees to random blood tests, the fight will be on

    but manny doesn't want random blood testing

    i wonder why manny doesnt want random blood testing

    and i wonder why mayweather wants random blood testing

    i wonder

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