Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby prolific » Sat Sep 14, 2013 11:19 pm

anyone else staying up for this one, or going to be awake (those of you in better time zones for the fight)

I want to see a battle..
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby kronickaos » Sun Sep 15, 2013 2:35 am

it's on my time zone so i'm up for it. so far the undercard hasn't been too exciting. i'm hoping "money" finally gets beat but tbh, I don't think Canelo is gonna get the job done.
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby kronickaos » Sun Sep 15, 2013 5:25 am

what a shit fight. glad i didn't have to get up at 5am to watch it
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby prolific » Sun Sep 15, 2013 3:21 pm

I bloody stayed up!! Really disappointed there wasn't a battle of any sort. Wheres Manny Pacquiao? The Garcia fight was dirty, way too many low blows in that one.
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby Youngie » Sun Sep 15, 2013 5:24 pm

I'm sure this is just staged. Will somebody please beat the shit out of the cocky little shit and lets be done with it.
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby gzagee » Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:15 pm

The boy got schooled. Thirteen year difference, was never an issue. You can have the brawn but, you still need the brains.
Money's boxing powers don't seem like they're going to fade any time soon.
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby lexalove » Thu Oct 03, 2013 10:14 am

Youngie wrote:I'm sure this is just staged. Will somebody please beat the shit out of the cocky little shit and lets be done with it.

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It's all about the MONEY... Best pound for pound fighter of the last 50 years and arguably one of the best EVER.
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby Royal Gooner » Thu Oct 03, 2013 5:42 pm

lexalove wrote:
Youngie wrote:I'm sure this is just staged. Will somebody please beat the shit out of the cocky little shit and lets be done with it.

Haters Gonna Hate!

It's all about the MONEY... Best pound for pound fighter of the last 50 years and arguably one of the best EVER.


But not above taking cheap shots.

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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby Bungle678 » Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:40 pm

Royal Gooner wrote:
lexalove wrote:
Youngie wrote:I'm sure this is just staged. Will somebody please beat the shit out of the cocky little shit and lets be done with it.

Haters Gonna Hate!

It's all about the MONEY... Best pound for pound fighter of the last 50 years and arguably one of the best EVER.


But not above taking cheap shots.




The rule is "defend yourself at all times" its not his job to make his opponent adhere. Adding to that Ortiz got exactly what he deserved for throwing an intentional headbutt right before, he can make all the incencere apologies he likes he had that coming. Regardless of those "cheap shots" Mayweather was exchelons better than both those fighters anyway, Ortiz, aside from 1 or 2 fights, is/was the equivalent in boxing to Jay Emmanuel Thomas in an Arsenal shirt. Gatti, great to watch, undoubted and almost unmatchable heart but limited skill-wise.

Mayweather is to boxing what Messi is to football. You can mention names of a bygone era but put them in the arena that Mayweather works in and I very much doubt any of them even push him close...
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Re: Floyd Mayweather v Saul Alvarez

Postby prolific » Sat Oct 05, 2013 8:17 pm

Everyone has their positives and negatives, bottom line though is Mayweather is a boxing genius. The cocky side, thats expected I mean come on but make no mistake, Mayweather wouldn't be as good as he is if he didn't have respect for his opponents etc.
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