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FEARLESS

By Gerry Peņalosa


FEARLESS FORECAST: PACQUIAO BY STOPPAGE OVER MOSLEY IN LATE ROUNDS

PhilBoxing.com
19 Apr 2011



Every boxing aficionado all over the world is focused on the upcoming fight of our very own WBO welterweight champion and pound for pound king Manny Pacquiao against Shane Mosley on May 7, 2011 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

As the fight grow nearer, forecast grow in numbers. I for one who has the privilege to know Manny up close and personal and see how he trains and prepares for this match predicts this will be a great fight for the fans.

Mosley is a dangerous boxer and has an impressive record but his greatest handicap is his age. At age 40, he is no match to Manny's speed, agility, strength and footwork, who at age 32 is at the peak of his career while Mosley appears to be in a decline.

I predict Pacquiao to win by stoppage on the late rounds specifically from eight to twelve (8 to 12) rounds. Either the referee stops the fight or Mosley quits because he could no longer take much punishment for the hard hitting Pacquiao.

At the moment, I believe Pacquiao is still the greatest boxer in the world and he will reign for much longer and Mosley cannot grab that honor away.

The entire Philippine nation is proud to gain that foothold in world boxing history because of Manny Pacquiao -- only a person of great ability and most specially good heart can claim that honor.

To my friend, compadre, keep up the good work, we are behind you all the way. Good Luck. God Bless.

Mabuhay ka Manny! Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!



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