I think Floyd could take this fight, but wouldn't be surprised if Pacquiao KO'd Mayweather. However, I think this fight will come down to a test of sheer endurance; the fighter who is busiest may not earn the edge neccessarily in this one. I think Floyd moves around the ring better than Pacquiao and his footwork is superb, as long as he stays clear of those body shots.
Floyd will win this in a 12 rounder like you said, however if Pac man wins it's a KO.
MANNY "PacMan" PACQUIAO is sure to win this boxing contest. By then- if he comes out victorious in the 2010 polls- he'll be the first Philippine congressman pugilist ever to engage in a super fight. Pacquiao will have to look up to and respect his political stature so he'll have to show and utilize all his wares in boxing- do or die- to accumulate an edge over Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Pacman's already monved up 8 weight classes, he can't just keep going up in weight expecting to dominate every weight class. Unless the bought is fought at Pacmans current weight making his challenger drop in weight then he won't be powerful enough in the higher weight classes. This bout depends on the weight or catchweight he'll be fighting at. Otherwise I think Pacmans at the top of his game and can't be beat by anyone currently in his division right now.
"Also Wednesday, Top Rank chairman Bob Arum told ESPN.com that he didn't think the fight would happen and he was making plans to match Pacquiao with junior middleweight titlist Yuri Foreman on March 20 at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, so Pacquiao could go for a title in a record eighth weight division. In my opinion the fight has no chance of happening and we should go and do other things and revisit it later in the year," Arum said from his vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. "That is what I would suggest. That may not be how it works out. I don't know. It's a damn shame, but it's out of my hands. When I think of having to share a dais with those sleazebags, Oscar and Schaefer, after what they've been saying about Manny, it turns my stomach." http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/boxing … id=4783321
Really your serious?? Look and I could get pummeled by both side for this. First I hate Floyd not personally but everthing else his attitude, his style, his mouth and so on, but I think you have to be crazy to dought his skills he has no reason to duck Manny nor do I even think this would have been a decision (obviously the fights off now).
I think this fight had Floyd Hatton written all over it. I mean Floyd hasn't shown he's lost anything and he can carry power against smaller fighters plus I think he would do just like against Hatton and make Pacman come to him and *BAM* counter! *announcer* It's over! it's over! And you say Floyds ducking tell me one reason why you (having a chance to make millions wait bigger MILLIONS of dollars) would refuse a blood test? And how in the hell does Manny hit so hard for his size? Things that make ya go Hmmmm
Yeah now this is the fight Floyds been ducking. Same weight class Floyd never seem's to carry his power in his own weight and Mosley Wow, what can ya say? Wow and I thought he would never recover from Vernon! Wow! This should be a good one oh did I say Wow!
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