Pacquiao vs. Mosley: Mosley Hopes to Turn Back the Clock on Pacquiao
Shane Mosley is hoping to turn back the clock when he brings his 39-year old body to the ring at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 7, to fight Manny Pacquiao for the WBO welterweight title.
Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Steve Carp -- one of the best boxing writers in the country, did a solid piece on Sugar Shane and whether he can indeed recapture some of his past glory.
Carp wrote that "Mosley has been on boxing's biggest stage against the likes of Oscar De La Hoya, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Winky Wright, Vernon Forrest, Fernando Vargas, Ricardo Mayorga, Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito," so this fight should be no surprise to the veteran.
"It's not any different than my other big fights," Mosley said last week. "You train for every fight with the idea you're going to give your best. But each fight is different because of who you're fighting. Pacquiao? He's got good speed but I have the ability to give him a hard time. I've been fighting bigger guys lately so being in there with a smaller guy doesn't intimidate me."
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