Hold your head, Big Mike!
My thoughts on Pac-Bradley: I had Pac winning widely, 10-2. After the decision, I re-watched the bout and still had Pac winning 8 rounds to 4 (obviously, I was searching to find Timmy winning some more rounds). BUT Pac did give up the first 90 seconds of too many...
You just said PERSONALLY, you like to hear the sounds of the game. Fam with the Beats PERSONALLY doesn't.
Keep it moving, B.
at y'all that say it BUGS when dudes wear their headphones. Thought the watching/judging-the-next-man hype died in middle school.
That's the first time I've seen that post-KO Pun interview.
"...But that's alright. That's the way the cookie crumbles."
He said the same thing post-accident. A champion in every sense of the word.
Breaks my heart, bruh..
My favorite moment in any fighter's career is when they first capture a world title.
With that said, I was at the Home Depot Center when Paul Williams upsetted a PRIME Antonio Margarito to win a piece of the welterweight championship of the world. ...by the way, Andre Ward was on the undercard...
I'm talking boxing. Since you said he has "no right hand," you were implying that ALL he has is a left hand. The straight right hand is his most effective punch and has been since the amateurs. Get me?
Lol. I went to all of his Super Six bouts except the final. & many other of his pro bouts...
Yeah "word" there's a difference betw.een landing a right hand that's not scary and a powerful right. ward does not have power in both hands . there's no getting around it.
I'm not saying he has pop with the right hand. "The only knock I give Ward is his lack of pop."
I've watched Andre Ward...
Come on, fam.
And I like Clottey, too....until that effort he put forth in that Pacquiao fight. Yes, he fought the same fight he fought his entire pro career...but he should've known that wasn't going the title. So, IMO, fam said eff it & ran off with the check. Eff that.
Anways, just to stir...
What did he do prior to that bout to warrant a fight with the #1 P4P fighter? Oh yeah... in the bout prior to challenging Pacquiao, Clottey lost a decision to the fighter (Miguel Cotto) that Pacquiao beat for a piece of the Welterweight title.
Anyone that watches boxing knew that...
I literally LOL when I read or hear this. Do not judge anything by a TV show. 24/7 shows nothing worth noting about a fighter's training camp...it is merely for entertainment and promotion to the fight.
I was talking to some dude the other day about the fight and he said Cotto is going to win...