Pacquiao vs Mosley: Sugar Shane Mosley Trades Tips with Amare Stoudemire
Sugar Shane Mosley stopped by the New York Knicks practice facility and showed Amare Stoudemire how to throw a profession prize fighting punch. In exchange Stoudemire taught the pugilist how to spin a basketball on his finger.
Not sure how either new skill can help them in their chosen professions, but it's still cool to see that Mosley is still loose and doesn't seem to worried yet about facing the "Pacman".
This video was released by Showtime as a preview to their fight documentary about the Pacquiao vs Mosley fight.
According to Showtime's website, this upcoming show will go:
Inside their lives. Outside the ring. SHOWTIME SPORTS presents FIGHT CAMP 360°: PACQUIAO VS. MOSLEY. This four-part documentary series gives fans unprecedented access to the lives of boxing superstars Manny Pacquiao and "Sugar" Shane Mosley as they prepare for their World Welterweight Championship matchup. Go beyond the gym and behind the scenes for a ringside seat into the deals, disputes and drama leading up to the biggest boxing event of the year.
Wow, after reading that, I kind of want to punch someone.
I'm thinking the Knicks would have been better served if Shane showed 'Melo how to get low and play some defense...
Anyway, if you don't have Showtime but you still want to see this program, according to the USA Today, CBS will air part one this Saturday at Noon, EST.
"Fight Camp 360 is as unique as it is compelling," says Showtime Sports executive vice president Ken Hershman. "The key to the success of this series is the inherent truth to it. There's no script, no voiceover. The provocative and intriguing personalities of the larger-than-life characters in the boxing world are what tells the story."
Most of these boxing documentaries are pretty good so I'll check it out. It has to be better than most reality shows on the air, right?
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