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Mayweather picks a guy who loves to get punched. We can’t wait. The surprise rumored venue and preliminary shit-talking, inside…
Though actual punches have yet to be thrown, the war of words between Floyd Mayweather and Many Pacquiao is heating up. After Mayweather went off on Pacquiao earlier this month, calling him a “broke chump” and “desperate” for money, Pacquiao responded, saying that he’d fight Mayweather for free.
Ready for a Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight? Join the club, buddy, and it’s a big club. A slightly smaller club would be the “Ready for Floyd Mayweather to fight somebody, anybody?” and the payoff for that is less than a week away, according to Mayweather himself.
It’s on! It’s on like Donkey Kong! The long-awaited, much-anticipated, long-since-chalked-up-as-never-gonna-happen fight between two of the best pound-for-pound fighters ever, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao is reportedly “on” and will take place in September of this year. Maybe.
A two-story home with 22-foot-high ceilings, five bedrooms, six baths and almost 4,275 square feet — that sounds pretty good. Throw in the fact that arguably the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world used to take dips in the pool out back? Where’s my checkbook? (Note: I cannot actually afford this house.)
Manny Pacquiao’s Next Fight Will Be At The Ungodly Hour Of 10 a.m. (He Also Wants To Run For President Of The Philippines)
Because you want your country’s president to have sustained multiple blows to the head over a period of decades.
We Have No Idea What They’re Saying, But These Two Manny Pacquiao Impersonators On This Filipino Talent Show Look A Lot Like Manny Pacquiao
Boxing’s violent. That’s pretty much the point of boxing – organized violence. Oftentimes, it’s so violent that someone gets knocked down and can’t get back up for a considerable length of time. When this happens, a photographer at the match will take a picture of it… which is apparently all well and good as long as the guy getting knocked out isn’t Manny Pacquiao.
Anyone who saw Juan Manuel Marquez’s knockout of Manny Pacquiao Saturday would definitely say Pacquiao was KO’d in the most devastating of ways. But how devastating is too devastating? Thanks to HBO’s Jim Lampley, we now know.