PACQUIO IS THE BEST FIGHTER THAT EVER FOUGHT IN THE RING .
DIAZ HE GOT MOLLY WHOOPED BY A PINOY
I don't know what "molly whooped" means or what a "pinoy" is but I do know that Pacquiao will get dominated by Mayweather. It will be a battle of hand speed...but a short one for Manny.
Hey if you love boxing check out my post on the UFC fight comming up. Let me know what you think. I haven't been following these boxers even though I love a good boxing match.
Josie, been listed 12 months and no Hubs.... 2 posts.... "PINOY" is a racist term.... Get lost please...
Woops...really? I didn't know. Sorry I responded then.
Piss off, Josie.
Actually, it's not racist. It's a term Filipino-Americans came up with themselves, which was later adopted by people in the Philippines as well. (I spent several years with a Filipino fella.) I'm not sure I would use it in any old context, because I'm not of that descent myself, but it isn't a slur in and of itself.
by prettydarkhorse 6 years ago
Many boxing aficionados, sports writer and boxing promoters including Pacquiao's legion of fans are in disbelief after Bradley won their boxing match last Saturday (June 9, 2012). He won it by split decision. How could Pacquiao lost when according to CompuBox statistics he outlanded Bradley in 10...
by Robert Casto 8 years ago
The fight is said to be coming in March 2010, I am wondering what people think about it? I think Floyd wins Via a 12 round unanimous decision.
by nick071438 8 years ago
Do you really believe that Cotto was dihydrated during his boxing encounter with Pacquiao?
by Jonas 5 years ago
Is "redneck" one of the few racist terms that are still accepted to say in todays society?
by Capable Woman 9 years ago
Did you see Hatton get knocked out by Pacquiao? Did anyone expect that to play out the way it did?My business partner's dad is James "Smitty" Smith (www.inthiscornertv.com) and he interviewed Hatton a few days before...he said he thought Hatton was going to "walk right through"...
by the_specialist 7 years ago
What can you say about the meeting of Boxing Icon Manny Pacquiao and US President Barack Obama?
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