i'm starting to believe this whole thing is another stupid publicity stunt. even if this "mega fight" is made, the fact remains that it should've happened three years ago. both Mayweather and Pacquiao are on their way out and it won't be what it could've been when they were in their primes. at this point i'd rather see MAYWEATHER VS. BRADLEY. two undefeated welterweight champions with a lot to lose.
anyway, i'll be changing my moniker soon. its FOOTBALL SEASON so i gotta represent for Baltimore!
yeah i hear ya. i'm usually the n*gga that hosts the fight parties too. not anymore. peep game on this video. this was filmed shortly after the Pacquiao/Bradley fight(3:40 forward).
Stephan A. Smith hits the nail on the head, word up.
thats because we(the consumers) still have hopes of seeing a legendary fight again or even legendary fighters for that matter and we're just NOT getting it. the sport died when Vladamir Klitschko took the heavyweight title. heavyweight fights used to be the biggest draw in the sport (Ali, Foreman, Tyson, Hollyfield). who gives a f*ck about Klitschko fights? exactly, NOBODY. so everyone focused on the welterweight division instead. and that division is so screwed up they can't even make the so-called "mega fight" between Mayweather and Pacquiao. and the WBA wonders why everyone is switching to MMA. SMH.
so whats the future of boxing once Mayweather and Pacquiao retire? Timothy Bradley and Saul "Canelo" Alvarez I guess.
u forgettin' that adrian bonner kid....he reminds me of floyd...timothy bradley didnt impress me yet...i hate pacman but i dolnt think he beat him...