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Staying true to form, Manny recently commented in an interview about his desire to please not only his fellow countrymen but also boxing fans everywhere. This is a far cry from Manny’s most outspoken critic Floyd Mayweather Jr who talks about only pleasing himself. Let’s examine what each fighter recently said about the boxing fans and how important the fans are to them.
“I’m concerned about what I can give in terms of my performance to the people who love boxing. My concern isn’t only with myself, but with the people who buy tickets looking for a good fight. I don’t want to disappoint people with a boring fight. I feel you need to entertain the people who watch your fights. I will give my best to honor my country and boxing fans everywhere.”Without God I’m not here and that’s important to me.” Manny Pacquiao, Fightfan.com How can you not get behind a fighter who consistently talks about pleasing not only his country but the fans as well? This is the type of fighter that you try and teach young kids to be like. Manny represents qualities like humbled, respectful, dedicated, and meek. Manny doesn’t just talk about wanting to “get paid”. He talks about wanting to honor his country and the fans that pay to watch him. What more can you ask from a fighter?
Floyd Mayweather Jr
“I live for Floyd Mayweather. I don’t live for the fans. “I love the fans but I live for myself. Self preservation is first. I must be happy first before I can make anybody else happy.” FMJ, Sportsradiointerviews.com. These comments are so wrong, that it would take an entire article just to break it down. Fortunately, I did write an entire article about these comments “Floyd Mayweather Jr I live for Floyd Mayweather, I don’t live for the fans”. However, I can sum up these comments with just one word “SELFISH”.
* Floyd talks about pleasing himself first where Manny says his concern isn’t only with himself.
* Floyd talks about self-preservation but Manny talks about honoring the fans, his country and God.
* Floyd talks about how he needs to be happy first before he can make anyone else happy. Manny says that he wants to entertain and not disappoint the fans without any conditions on himself being happy first.
* Manny’s comments make you feel like he does live for the fans; Floyd flat out says he doesn’t.
Jacob Henderson Sacramento, CA “Does Floyd ever say anything nice about anyone else?” If he’s talking about himself in the 3rd person then all he does is say nice things about someone else. He’s also says very nice things about the promoters who pay him.
Ed Snyder Sacramento, CA “How does Floyd still have any fans with all the things he says?”
I don’t know. It amazes me that people can tolerate his “gum bumping”. In the last week alone he still publicly blasts Manny Pacquiao, says he doesn’t live for the fans, and that he’s on par with Martin Luther King Jr and Malcom X. In my opinion, this guy is suffering from the side effects of long term usage of Xylocaine
Manny Pacquiao in Top Shape
TOP Rank promoter Bob Arum said Fighter of the Decade and pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao is so fit he can fight tomorrow, noting that trainer Freddie Roach’s job is to slow him down. “Pacquiao is getting rave reviews on his performance in the gym and everybody is saying they can’t believe how great he’s looking,” Arum told Standard Today. The promoter said everything is going well in terms of the Pacquiao vs Clottey World Boxing Organization title defense of the Filipino at the $1.2 billion Dallas Cowboys Stadium on March 13 as well as the Pinoy Power III/Latin Fury 13 fight card on Sunday. Arum said all the fighters on the card, which showcases five promising Filipinos against Latino counterparts, are in good shape. “All the fighters are confident and they are all coming to win,” said Arum of the card which has stirred a lot of interest both among the Filipino fans and their Hispanic counterparts. The fights will be telecast in the Philippines by ABS-CBN over Channel 2 at 10:30 a.m. with a replay over Studio 23 at 8:30 p.m. It will also be telecast globally to Filipinos abroad on The Filipino Channel.
Pacquiao vs Clottey Pictures
Michael Nelson takes a look at the the strengths and weaknesses of Joshua Clottey, and assesses why the Ghanaian welterweight poses the toughest challenge for Manny Pacquiao since Juan Manuel Marquez.
While Clottey’s unfulfilled potential may have some underrating his ability, the reputation that he finds a way to lose has legs underneath it; he has three losses in fights he appeared to have the upper hand in.
Against Carlos Baldomir, he was disqualified in a bout he was winning handily. Many observers had him ahead four rounds to nil against Margarito before going long stretches without offering resistance to Antonio’s torrent of punches. And he took his foot off the pedal against a reeling Miguel Cotto last June. The Ghanaian’s theatrical reactions to getting fouled – many of them displayed against Cotto – doesn’t win him many fans either.
But none of that changes the fact that he’s a superb talent. And he has strengths that will make him far more competitive than Cotto was against Manny Pacquiao – namely, a tight guard, granite chin, and multi-dimensional attack.
Miguel Cotto, a converted southpaw, is left-hand dominant. While he possesses a sharp jab and punishing left hook, he doesn’t have a dynamic right hand. A right hand less threatening than the left is a characteristic shared by Ricky Hatton and Oscar De La Hoya, Pacquiao’s two opponents prior to the Puerto Rican star. The size of the role this has played in how dominant Pacquiao has been since his evenly fought 2008 battle with Juan Manuel Marquez can be debated, but it’s clearly something that Manny and Freddie Roach don’t have a problem fully exploiting.
Clottey will be Pacquiao’s first opponent since Marquez comfortable with throwing a right hand in nearly any situation. He can consistently lead with it, like he did against southpaws Zab Judah and Shamone Alvarez. He can accurately counter a charging opponent with it. He can throw concise uppercuts between a guard, or loop shots around a guard with it. Sum it up, and the Filipino star may appear to be less than the defensive wizard he’s been for the last two years when matched against Clottey’s educated right.
It’s also been a while since Pacquiao has faced an unmovable object, and Clottey is damn close to being one.
A primary reason Manny so thoroughly dominated the last half of his showdown with Cotto is that Miguel simply couldn’t take Pacquiao’s heat any longer. Cotto admirably never opted out of the fight, but after the fifth stanza, it became more about minimizing the punishment taken than giving himself the best chance to win. While Cotto is tough to knock out, he’s susceptible to facial damage and to being staggered – a combination that takes him out of his element.
Joshua has been temporarily jolted by the likes of Margarito and Miguel, but has never been seriously wobbled and recovers expeditiously whenever he is moved by a punch. Moreover, we’ve never seen him cut, scarcely seen him badly bruised, and hardly seen him visibly bothered by a body shot. That ability to soak up punishment mixed with a tight guard makes it highly likely that he’ll be in Pacquiao’s face for nearly the full duration of the fight.
Whether or not he’ll throw enough punches while he’s there is another story.
And therein lies the criticism hurled at Clottey; despite the crisp jab, fluid combinations, clever right hand, unyielding guard, and sturdy chin, his brittle hands, shaky stamina, and oft-absent bloodthirst allows him to get outworked for long stretches of a bout. Pacquiao throws enough leather to outwork any opponent who isn’t willing to let their hands fly.
But it says here we’re going to see a real fight on March 13 because for the first time in two years, Pacquiao’s whirlwind won’t be enough to overwhelm his opponent. Joshua will have his moments, enough of them to surpass the expectations of most of his doubters. And if he does manage to upset boxing’s foremost celebrity, it wouldn’t be the first time a flawed virtuoso put it all together for one night.
It’s a clash that may leave us with more questions than answers, more frustration about quiescent promise. But a mismatch, it is not.
Pacquiao vs Clottey Live Videos
A dose of boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao is in store for the Filipinos as Solar TV airs some of his memorable fights 15 days before ‘The Event’ when the Filipino ring icon stakes his World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight title against Joshua Clottey of Ghana.
Pacquiao vs Clottey Live Boxing
The TV special is a two-week series featuring the last 14 fights of the 31-year old boxer considered the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world today, leading up to his March 13 showdown (March 14, Manila time) with Clottey at the Dallas Cowboys Stadium.
Dallas Cowboys Stadium,March 13
Lot of things happened in the world of boxing in the past few months. And in barely three weeks’ time, on 13th of March, we shall witness another action packed boxing action between the WBO welterweight champion and the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world Manny Pacquiao against the formidable worthy opponent from Ghana, former IBF welterweight world champion, Joshua “The Grand Master” Clottey.