If you will, please, take a step into my world.
In my fictional realm of being there is an endless and free supply of hot wings, orange Fanta and beautiful women, all available whenever necessary. In this little world of mines there is no such thing as an NFL or NBA lockout and there definitively isn't a penalty for forgetting an anniversary.
Most importantly, in this created reality of mines, the seemingly simple problems that plague our society everyday, have been cured.
You know like the common cold, allergies, losing the remote and elite super star fighters arguing over semantics to avoid fighting one another.
Yes, you can thank me later, but in my world I have figured out a way in which Mr. "Pretty Boy" Floyd "Money" Mayweather and Mr. Manny "Pac-Man" Pacquiao can finally get past all their idiotic squabbles and give boxing fans the fight of the century.
Because for all the banter, accusations, defamation lawsuits and media pandering, what we really have here is a fight of monumental proportions.
Through this three years of speculation, debate and failed negotiations, what can not be disputed is the greatness, inside the ring, that both Mayweather and Pacquiao posess. While both have shown great bravado and confidence, it must be a daunting task, attempting to find a flaw in their potential opponent.
Today, we'll take the difficult task of Manny Pacquiao and determine if there is truly a way to defeat, the undefeated, Floyd Mayweather Jr.