Thread: Pacquiao VS. Margarito NOV. 13th
11/11/2010 3:05pm, #11
To add to his ridiculous classlessness, Margarito and his trainer have also apparently mocked Freddie Roach's Parkinsons as well. I really hope that he gets his ass kicked.
It seems like something Josh Koscheck would do.
11/12/2010 12:44pm, #12
See? That **** doesn't deserve a second chance. I hope he gets pulverized." If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
11/12/2010 4:52pm, #13
11/13/2010 12:28am, #14
Thanks for that..I think I am going to go that route because none of the bars are showing it." If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
11/13/2010 8:14pm, #15
this should be interesting. the 24/7 show is showing that even mannys close trainers are worried that he has had too many distractions during his camp, while margarito has been a fucking machine of death. will see how much of that is them skewing it.
11/14/2010 12:43am, #16
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fight was good.
11/14/2010 12:45am, #17
that looked painful. im always amazed at how easily manny hits guys who are monsters in comparison, sizewise.
11/14/2010 1:42am, #18
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11/14/2010 1:58am, #19
I have to admit, when the fight started and I saw the size difference in the ring, I wondered..but only for about a round lol.
Manny completely dominated this fight and the 118-110 score I had it was generous to Margarito. The only time he managed any offense was when he pinned Manny on the ropes, which wasn't often. He tried utilizing the jab, which was a good idea..but he couldn't follow through.
Manny's hand speed continues to impress..his combos are lightning fast and exactly where they need to be depending on what type of opponent he is in the ring with. He is slowly but surely securing a spot for himself among the greats. To come in and DOMINATE a man with a 17lb weight advantage like that is very impressive.
I couldn't be happier. I had predicted a late TKO by Manny, and that is what it would have been if he hadn't carried Margarito for the final round and a half.You could tell he wasn't going for the KO despite hitting his opponent entirely at will in the 11th and 12th.
Once again, he was very humble and honest during the post-fight interview, admitting that Margarito hurt him with an uppercut and a body shot in Round 6.
Margarito's face was a mess and while I give him props for gutting it out. I have to say that I wasn't at all sad to see him get pulverized after his classless behavior and all the other ****. There was even some drama tonight too..which I am not even going to bother getting into because its so stupid.
Underards - I missed the first few rounds of the Rigondeaux fight..I have seen that guy twice now and don't like him. He showboats waay too much for a guy who is boring as hell to watch. Another Cuban dreamer..
The Jones - Soto-Karass fight was pretty good. It was interesting to watch Jones punch himself out trying to KO his opponent in the 2nd and then almost lose the fight because he gassed out.Apparently, he is a fairly highly touted prospect out of Philly(trains at Joe Frazier's gym) , so this fight should be a good learning curve for him. That one could have gone either way, so he should consider himself lucky.
Anyways, the stadium was packed and it was a good night for Boxing.Lots of disappointed Mexican fans in Texas tonight..As I go to sleep I will keep seeing Manny circle, circle circle -COMBO, Right Hook!Beautiful!" If one wants to have a friend one must also want to wage war for him: and to wage war one must be capable of being an enemy." - Fr. Nietzsche 'On The Friend' Thus Spake Zarathustra
11/14/2010 2:18am, #20
fell asleep in the rigondeux fight...