Friday, November 26, 2010

Commentary on - Scoop Mailbox: Fraud Floyd Has Been Exposed! |

With reference to above linked post, here is what Pinoy Blogger has to say:

"This must be true. Floyd a fraud? Let's gather the facts together.

He nearly got knocked out by Mosley in his last fight and it is surprising that Mosley did not capitalize on this in the succeeding rounds as he became less aggressive and in a seemingly paralyzed and controlled reaction against Mayweather's .

He was not so convincing with JuanMa Marquez as the latter showed a questionably slower and controlled stance way below his shining performance in his last fight with Manny Pacquiao where he was seen throwing more effective, faster and telling counter punches against Manny.

Floyd took 10 rounds to demolish Hatton while Manny knocked him out flat in two rounds.

He also had a questionable and a not-so-convincing win over De La Hoya in full 12 rounds, with others thinking that De La Hoya should have won that bout against a too timid and careful Floyd Jr. But with Manny, Oscar found it best to retire from boxing after a humiliating defeat very much outclassed by a faster, smarter, power punching shorter boxer.

Would we still wonder why Mayweather has to duck Manny?

Has he been be very good in this skill on the use of alibis or not?

Why do you think Floyd Mayweather also avoids well known power punchers like Joshua Clottey, Andre Berto, Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito?

Is he wary of a lucky power punch that somehow might put him down to end his unblemished career?

Or would he prefer to use his wit with words or gift of gab than enter the ring against Manny Pacquiao to once and for all disprove all doubts?

Should he now use this phrase to better work for him or not, 'No guts, no glory'?

Only Floyd Mayweather Jr. can best answer these questions, lest he wants us better left guessing?

And as the saying goes, 'You can only fool some of the people, some of the times, but you cannot fool most of the people, most of the times.'

Can you say this applies to him too? Or can you be smarter than him?"

Only time will tell when Floyd Jr. may decide to finally face Pacquiao.

Or will he wait until time tells on him to say, "Your time us up, Floyd, and you blew it"?

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1 comment:

  1. What would you do if you were in Floyd's shoes? Would you face all these as a challenge? Or would you just choose a safer path avoiding prized fighters and maintain your 'no loss' record and let history judge you?


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