Pacman, Roach Call Out Mayweather After Destruction Of Clottey

Gilbert JimenezContributor IMarch 15, 2010

ARLINGTON, TX - MARCH 13:  (R-L) Manny Pacquiao of the Philippines throws a left to the body of Joshua Clottey of Ghana during the WBO welterweight title fight at Cowboys Stadium on March 13, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. Pacquiao defeated Clottey by unanimous decision.  (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)
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As we wait for a response from Pretty Boy Floyd in the aftermath of one of the most watch fights in history not to mention the debut Of Cowboys Stadium as a Host for boxing. We enjoyed yet another one sided victory by the best fighter in the world Manny Paquiao who takes on all comers big or small no matter the pay days or styles, but if the fight is going to be entertaining as it is difficult. Manny cements his legacy as one of the greatest boxers in the world with the destruction of joshua Clottey. Manny toyed with the boxer from ghana from start to finish just piling up the points at will. I read somewhere that if this was a video game contest all the buttons used to control clottey would be defensive as he wasted little effort mounting any kind of offense. It is difficult not to call Pacquiao one greatest boxers of all time if not the best. Somewhere in the world Erik Morales has his confidence back being one of the few men to earn decisive victory over the philipino.


Mr. Floyd being as you consider your self one of the greatest of all time how bout putting away the silly request of blood testing and face the man who seems to have everybody's number. The world is waiting to see if you are really that good or just a product of hand picking your opponents, Champions take on all comers and dont make excuses, dont duck fighters. Im am happy to see you finally decided to to take on a true champion like Mosley youve might of bitten of a bit more than you can chew. Pacman and Roach are waiting this is what was said in the post fight interviews quote Freddie Roach,

  "I want it to happen too. I don't think that Mayweather is scared. My thoughts on it is that he needed more time. Because one fight under your belt after a couple of years off isn't enough to get you sharp enough to fight a guy like Manny Pacquiao," said Roach.

"But Mayweather put himself kind of in a corner where he ended up having to fight a guy maybe just as tough in Shane Mosley," said Roach. "I think his strategy kind of backfired on him a little bit. I would love to fight him at Dallas Cowboys Stadium because we'd sell this place out."