I don't watch many fights I gotta say I wondered if he was gonna get up after that.
I don't watch many fights I gotta say I wondered if he was gonna get up after that.
exposed?lol i though you knew boxing.
gatti struggle against faster and skilled fighters. always have done bad.
to say pac relied on his atheletic to beat all those fighters without skills. lol. you're pure hating. the guy started below light flyweight 105lbs min/108lbs max. that doesn't sound like a freak athlete.
whoever pac fan made you bitter, looks like they got the victory.
plus who wants to see pac/marquez 5. i dont.
i agree Metro that he isnt a skillful boxer, Manny is just a hard hitting bastard who has lost his mojo for whatever reason. No longer the same boxer he was 18 months ago.
Marquez was being outboxed overall apart from knocking him down in the 3rd but then landed that hit and that was that.
I believe Marquez has been taking something, he has never had that physique and didnt hit him like that the last 3 times. No coincidence who was training him has history with steroids.
No doubt Mayweather is happywith this result. Manny would have no chance the way he has been fighting of late anyways
Also whats your thoughts on Anthony Mundine from over here? do you rate him?
so, you box for a living. lol, i gues that makes me a fighter for a living. anyways, you that dont mean jack ****, bro. wtf is your record, anways. we demand videos of your fights now, since your the guru boxer.
look guy, im not even a pacuiao fan, i even have a hard time spelling his ****ing name. but, i still recognized his skills sets. have you even looked at his footwork and his setsups? your confusing yourself with the rare talented technicians.
btw filipinos commonly are know to have big calves.
bouncing up and down lolol.
lol 2-1 your just a baby. 18+yrs of combat.
also there was no challenge coming from me but, i'd like take your challenge someday. i love to fight. i'll put that butt to sleep and take a arm or two or a leg.
heh slick? but, pretty much sums up pac's style, a brawler who punches in bunches.
kenny once said AI got no handles, he's just quick. lol wuh? Skill-less handle crossover artist?
stop bouncing nonito!
im done btw. funny thing is, i showed this to my buddies freedom fighters. they all respond, this guy is hating.
You're a clown.
18 years of combat? Stop lying.
Let I said, you can come to my gym and come get some. I sparr daily and wouldn't have a problem giving you a concussion and leaving out laid out like Pacquiao.
You sound gay. "I put that butt o sleep"... you're some lame MMA enthusiast who doesn't even sparr three times a week, a wanna be fighter?
You're turned on by blood and tattoos, pyrotechnics, bright lights, shiny and spinning things. Stick to MMA. Boxing is a man's sport. And It's just that, a sport. MMA is glorified **** fighting. Boxing has class, finesse and is a true science, you have to be intelligent to truly appreciate it.
Didn't Brock Lesner win the world title after about 2 years in the sport? Nothing against MMA but the chances of that happening in boxing are ZERO.
One thing you will never see in boxing, is a fighter with his nose firmly planted between the other fighter's ballsack for long periods of time.
First off I don?t want to watch dudes in tights **** each other for 3/4 of every round. No I'm not trying to diss your sport but alot of us TRUE boxing fans do feel a little bitter toward MMA because it arrived out of nowhere and lets admit it, its more popular then boxing, but honestly that?s okay. I would much rather have my sport surrounded by TRUE fans then bleach blonds and buff dudes in tight tap out shirts. I feel as though MMA is a fad. It's kind of like a human **** fight in a big cage. Let me address glove size, the "bigger" not big, gloves are for the art of catching and blocking shots it adds to the art of the sport. MMA is also all about the intensity and added "masculinity" for instance instead of the reff saying "touch em up" they say "Lets get it on" is there really a need for that? I watched the wheigh ins for the mma fights this weekend on fox and they were blasting heavy metal with Joe Rogan screaming there weight, again is there a need for that? Boxing is more classy and does not need the added tuff guy appeal, because anyone who has ever put there dues in at there local boxing gym knows they dont need Joe Rogan explaining what they got in there blood. I studied a few different martial arts and clinching IS NOT FIGHTING but rather a way to prevent fighting! 70% of MMA is clinching and long boring submissions! The fun and exciting parts of MMA are the boxing parts! Boxing is a martial art/combat sport that is relatively simple and straight forward. It's got a great history and it's just beautiful. The Science Of Fist fighting. Boxing doesn?t need all the merchandise, it has the soul, history and an unspoken respect!
But this is how I fell about both sports:
I love Boxing for what the sport has done for so many young men, who without it would be, for lack of a better word " piece of ****" and most of the time dead. Boxing has saved so many lives including my own. Boxing has taught me how to succeed in life, it has given me confidence, respect, a since of right and wrong, the ability to go where others won?t, physically and mentally. Boxing has saved millions of lives and I owe my life to this sport.
but MMA is clearly better than boxing and also better than gay porn
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I respect your opinion but I have to step in and defend MMA.
Boxing will always have a space in American consciousness. Yes it's considered the sweet science and all that, but I think you vastly underrate MMA in terms of what it takes. Lesnar won the heavyweight title in two years training MMA, but he had a lifetime of amateur wrestling experience, which is widely considered the best base for MMA.
Fact is, in regards to Lesnar, there had never been a guy that big who was that fast and that dominant on the ground. When his fights were kept standing (as they were against Velasquez and Overeem) Lesnar crumbled, he did not have the stand up to withstand the beating and did as well as I could standing against those two guys.
I know that MMA fans get a bad rap. Roided out dudes in TapouT Shirts who boo or mock the ground game are clearly the most visible MMA fans. They are a stereotype, but I think you would be surprised at how thoughtful and intelligent a lot of MMA fans are. There are a lot of us who appreciate the science of the ground game, getting to a dominant position to synch in a choke or an arm lock, or to posture up to land strikes. There's actually a lot going on - sometimes I know it doesn't look that way but there are more than a few fights that show how exciting a submission/grappling match can be (see: Julie Kedzie v. Miesha Tate, 15 minutes back and forth grappling). Or look at the newest sensation Ronda Rousey and just how dominant she has been in her fights using only submissions.
Yes I know Joe Rogan screaming in a mic and the blasting of heavy metal at the weigh-ins is super lame. As an MMA fan, I'm pretty embarrassed by that kind of stuff. But I think that roundly dismissing it as "homosexual skinhead cage fighting" (as Bob Arum did), or thinking it's lame because of the presentation ignores a lot of awesomely talented athletes. I agree the presentation is lame, and sometimes an MMA fight can be boring, but I think if you took the time to learn more about it you might not be a huge fan but you'd at least be able to appreciate it.
I just went really extreme, inside my closest friends are MMA fans, I worked with MMA guys as a trainer in a gym for 9 months (they were all brasilian and I had to learn some portuguese to work there). It's a respectable sport, you have to respect anyone who steps in a cage and risk their life and health for the passion of the sport and the entertainment of fans.
I was probably in a bad mood and BananaSauce set it off for me.