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People Power in Boxing: Pacquiao-Mayweather Part 2

NO solid fight for the unbeaten “number one” boxer except the resurrected eight-division champion whom he got accustomed to avoid.  Thus who is the Money Team looking for to challenge their “man” outside of the Filipino sports icon?  Nobody. 

Floyd Mayweather Jr. runs on the wrong side of the road if he is not fighting Manny Pacquiao next, while Pacman has an unfinished business to do with Timothy Bradley if Floyd decides to stray in barren grounds.  The world has yet to see the best of Mayweather and no opponent but Pacquiao can bring it out in him. 

People Power in Boxing: Pacquiao-Mayweather Part 2

NO solid fight for the unbeaten “number one” boxer except the resurrected eight-division champion whom he got accustomed to avoid.  Thus who is the Money Team looking for to challenge their “man” outside of the Filipino sports icon?  Nobody. 

Floyd Mayweather Jr. runs on the wrong side of the road if he is not fighting Manny Pacquiao next, while Pacman has an unfinished business to do with Timothy Bradley if Floyd decides to stray in barren grounds.  The world has yet to see the best of Mayweather and no opponent but Pacquiao can bring it out in him. 

WBC move to make Manny Pacquaio number one contender for Floyd Mayweather Jr

The WBC have moved to make Manny Pacquaio (55-5-2) the number one contender to Floyd Mayweather (45-0) and his WBC Welterweight title.

Money is a WBC title holder at both 147 and 154 pounds, but we all know that the money fights for Floyd are at 147 pounds unless he takes catchweight bouts at an even higher weight than 154 pounds, which seems very unlikely.

It was widely thought that Mayweather would next take on Amir Khan, at 147 pounds, and that may well still be the plan but the WBC have thrown a major spanner in the works with this announcement.

WBC move to make Manny Pacquaio number one contender for Floyd Mayweather Jr

The WBC have moved to make Manny Pacquaio (55-5-2) the number one contender to Floyd Mayweather (45-0) and his WBC Welterweight title.

Money is a WBC title holder at both 147 and 154 pounds, but we all know that the money fights for Floyd are at 147 pounds unless he takes catchweight bouts at an even higher weight than 154 pounds, which seems very unlikely.

It was widely thought that Mayweather would next take on Amir Khan, at 147 pounds, and that may well still be the plan but the WBC have thrown a major spanner in the works with this announcement.

WBC move to make Manny Pacquaio number one contender for Floyd Mayweather Jr

The WBC have moved to make Manny Pacquaio (55-5-2) the number one contender to Floyd Mayweather (45-0) and his WBC Welterweight title.

Money is a WBC title holder at both 147 and 154 pounds, but we all know that the money fights for Floyd are at 147 pounds unless he takes catchweight bouts at an even higher weight than 154 pounds, which seems very unlikely.

It was widely thought that Mayweather would next take on Amir Khan, at 147 pounds, and that may well still be the plan but the WBC have thrown a major spanner in the works with this announcement.

Sure way to make the Pacquiao-Mayweather – Part 1

Richard Shaefer of Golden Boy Promotions is bitterly mad at Top Rank’s Bob Arum. He minced no word in his latest tirade against the latter a la Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago versus a fellow Philippine senator who is in his 80s like Arum.

One effective rule for any couple to avoid divorce is never to believe what the other person is saying while he/she screams in anger because about 70% of the lashing words are untrue and meant just to hurt feelings due to momentary bitterness and irrationality.  But Arum and Shaefer are not married to each other.  Therefore they may be exceptions to the rule.

Sure way to make the Pacquiao-Mayweather – Part 1

Richard Shaefer of Golden Boy Promotions is bitterly mad at Top Rank’s Bob Arum. He minced no word in his latest tirade against the latter a la Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago versus a fellow Philippine senator who is in his 80s like Arum.

One effective rule for any couple to avoid divorce is never to believe what the other person is saying while he/she screams in anger because about 70% of the lashing words are untrue and meant just to hurt feelings due to momentary bitterness and irrationality.  But Arum and Shaefer are not married to each other.  Therefore they may be exceptions to the rule.

Sure way to make the Pacquiao-Mayweather – Part 1

Richard Shaefer of Golden Boy Promotions is bitterly mad at Top Rank’s Bob Arum. He minced no word in his latest tirade against the latter a la Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago versus a fellow Philippine senator who is in his 80s like Arum.

One effective rule for any couple to avoid divorce is never to believe what the other person is saying while he/she screams in anger because about 70% of the lashing words are untrue and meant just to hurt feelings due to momentary bitterness and irrationality.  But Arum and Shaefer are not married to each other.  Therefore they may be exceptions to the rule.

Pacman,Taxman and Barbarity in Boxing

Great boxers have common trademarks.  Most distinct among them is their ability to make a fellow “great” boxer look like amateurish. Who would ever conceive that Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios would end up to be teddy bears for Floydie and Pac to toy around?

Manny Pacquiao’s easy win versus the hard-hitting pressure fighter last weekend was awesome.  The same “old” Pacman is not only back, he is back smarter and stronger.  He did not knockout Rios not because he could not.   After round ten, I knew he would not.  Not that Pacman didn’t have the power to execute a knockout to a durable boxer, he just had the “courage” to refuse doing it to an apparently losing, hurting and helpless opponent.  Though, blood-thirsty, nape-sucking fans craved for more and they meant savagery, forgetting that boxing is a sport, not barbarism.

Pacman,Taxman and Barbarity in Boxing

Great boxers have common trademarks.  Most distinct among them is their ability to make a fellow “great” boxer look like amateurish. Who would ever conceive that Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios would end up to be teddy bears for Floydie and Pac to toy around?

Manny Pacquiao’s easy win versus the hard-hitting pressure fighter last weekend was awesome.  The same “old” Pacman is not only back, he is back smarter and stronger.  He did not knockout Rios not because he could not.   After round ten, I knew he would not.  Not that Pacman didn’t have the power to execute a knockout to a durable boxer, he just had the “courage” to refuse doing it to an apparently losing, hurting and helpless opponent.  Though, blood-thirsty, nape-sucking fans craved for more and they meant savagery, forgetting that boxing is a sport, not barbarism.

Pacman,Taxman and Barbarity in Boxing

Great boxers have common trademarks.  Most distinct among them is their ability to make a fellow “great” boxer look like amateurish. Who would ever conceive that Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios would end up to be teddy bears for Floydie and Pac to toy around?

Manny Pacquiao’s easy win versus the hard-hitting pressure fighter last weekend was awesome.  The same “old” Pacman is not only back, he is back smarter and stronger.  He did not knockout Rios not because he could not.   After round ten, I knew he would not.  Not that Pacman didn’t have the power to execute a knockout to a durable boxer, he just had the “courage” to refuse doing it to an apparently losing, hurting and helpless opponent.  Though, blood-thirsty, nape-sucking fans craved for more and they meant savagery, forgetting that boxing is a sport, not barbarism.

What we learned this week in Boxing (Nov. 18 – 24)

This past week, the boxing world was pretty much fixated on the return of Manny Pacquiao as he faced Brandon Rios in Macau, China. It’s certainly understandable because hell, the last time we saw “PacMan” in the ring, he was face first on the mat after being knocked out of his senses by Juan Manuel Marquez back on December 2012. The question coming into his return, to the ring, was how is Pacquiao physically and more importantly, mentally? Would he be the same old Manny, or would the KO loss to Marquez have a permanent affect on him.

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