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Exhibitman
02-01-2010, 12:51 PM
Does anyone think Mayweather will find some reason to pull out? I do.

teetwoohsix
02-01-2010, 02:14 PM
I'd love to see Mosley put Mayweather in check,but Mayweather has found some new ways of getting out of fights with people he knows he may lose to,so we'll see.:D
I still want to see him fight Manny-still waiting for that one...........:confused:
For the type of money that was up for grabs if he would have fought Manny,it only makes sense that he (Mayweather) was SCARED.........time to "man-up" Mayweather...............

Fred
02-01-2010, 02:23 PM
I'd pick Manny over Mayday, mayday.... imminent danger....

D. Bergin
02-02-2010, 08:00 AM
I'd be surprised if it doesn't happen to be honest.

Mosley agreed to the drug tests and this gives Mayweather a chance to rub it in Pacmans face.

I think Mayweather is also aware that, regardless of the strange fight with Margarito, Mosley is well past his best fighting days.

Still wondering if this is a ploy between everybody involved to hype up a Pacman / Mayweather fight and make it even bigger then it already was.

If so, it's too bad they had to throw the entire sport of boxing under the bus in the process. Also, neither guy really has a gimme in the meantime.

GoldenAge50s
02-02-2010, 01:28 PM
I, too, think this fight will go off as planned.

Rich Klein
02-08-2010, 09:58 AM
This fight will go on as planned. It's a better more for Floyd as Mosley, although dangerous, is obviously past his peak. Plus, Sugar Shane has a "steroid" past and thus the blood test runs more towards Floyd's advantage as well.

The biggest danger for Floyd is that Sugar Shane is naturally a bigger man with a bigger punch and that type of opponent is more dangerous to a speed fighter like Floyd as he gets older.

teetwoohsix
02-08-2010, 10:12 AM
Valid points everyone.But just as Mosley is past his peak,Floyd will also be getting there one day himself-when?Who knows.But he better quit playing games and get in there to fight while he does still have his speed.

It seems like every boxer(even MMA fighter) hits that plateau,then it's all downhill from there (I know,there have been exceptions).

I also agree that this seems to be some type of ploy to get the $$ bigger :rolleyes: