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Purse may derail Pacquiao bout with Mayweather
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, Tue, 22 Sep 2009
MANILA, Philippines - Only one thing could prevent a Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao fight from happening – a disagreement on the purse split. This early, the boxing world is looking at a big clash between the two pound-for-pound champions, one that could easily land as the fight of the  Read Full Story >>>

If Mayweather was rusty, it must be gold rust
By Recah Trinidad, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Tue, 22 Sep 2009
HIMSELF SPEAKING, FLOYD Mayweather Jr. bared there was rust in his performance against Juan Manuel Marquez in Las Vegas over the weekend. How much rust was, of course, impossible to determine. One thing came out quite clear, though. Mayweather was splendid in showing the world what pound-fo  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao starts training: Fans mob champ in Baguio camp
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, Tue, 22 Sep 2009
MANILA, Philippines - Manny Pacquiao is providing a different kind of chill up in Baguio these days. Since arriving in the country’s summer capital the other day, the reigning pound-for-pound champion has generated so much attention that people have started to follow him wherever he goes an  Read Full Story >>>

Roach to take over Pacquiao’s training camp
GMA News Online, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
Chief trainer Freddie Roach and conditioning coach Alex Ariza will arrive in the country Tuesday to whip up Manny Pacquiao into shape for his coming title bout with Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico. The American duo will plane in at 6 a.m. from Los Angeles, California via Philippine Airlines. Upon   Read Full Story >>>

Roach belittles Floyd
By Nick Giongco, The Manila Bulletin, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
There was one guy out there who was hardly moved by Floyd Mayweather’s masterful beating of Juan Manuel Marquez over the weekend at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. “Mayweather beat the best lightweight in the world,” said top trainer Freddie Roach, who didn’t even bother to wa  Read Full Story >>>

Mosley ruins Mayweather's moment, possibly much more
By Chris Mannix, Sports Illustrated, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
LAS VEGAS -- Throughout a brilliant 16-year professional career, Shane Mosley has always conducted himself with the utmost class. Mild mannered and well spoken, Mosley is a journalist's dream, the kind of athlete you begin an interview feeling ambivalent and end it rooting for him to succeed. Mosley  Read Full Story >>>

Bos: If Cotto evades early dynamite, he beats Pacquiao
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
There’s no one, other than myself, whose boxing opinions I value more than that of legendary matchmaker Johnny Bos. Add Bos to the growing list of ring experts who think that Manny Pacquaio’s ride of glory may get derailed by Miguel Cotto on Nov. 14. Why does Bos’ voice matte  Read Full Story >>>

CompuBox Post-Fight Analysis: Mayweather vs Marquez
BoxingScene.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
For decades scientists have attempted to achieve the dream of cold fusion, the hypothetical process of producing nuclear fusion in a test tube at room temperature. This concept would be the ultimate exponent of efficiency, for more energy would be produced than would be expended. Throughout his u  Read Full Story >>>

FABULOUS FLOYD BACK ON TOP
By Derek Bilton, Sportinglife.com (UK), Mon, 21 Sep 2009
He promised us a spectacular return. He was as good as his word. After a full 21 months out of the ring it was as if Floyd Mayweather Jr had never been away as he dominated the game but outgunned Mexican warrior Juan Manuel Marquez. The brash, outspoken Grand Rapids man is not everyone's cup o  Read Full Story >>>

HATTON BIDING HIS TIME
By Phil Barnett, Sportinglife.com (UK), Mon, 21 Sep 2009
Ricky Hatton has admitted he is likely to continue fighting but will not return to the ring until he feels "that fire in the belly" again. The Mancunian former two-weight world champion, 30, has been considering his future since a brutal second-round knockout defeat by Manny Pacquiao in May. T  Read Full Story >>>

Floyd Mayweather's view of Manny Pacquiao is from the rear
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
MICHAEL MARLEY’S MARVELOUS TOP TEN POUND FOR POUND LIST 1. MANNY PACQUIAO 2. FLOYD MAYWEATHER 3. MIKKEL KESSLER 4. MIGUEL COTTO 5. JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ 6. PAUL WILLIAMS 7. SUGAR SHANE MOSLEY 8. KLITSCHKO BROTHERS, W AND V 9. BAD CHAD DAWSON 10. ISRAEL VAZQUEZ Good news for you   Read Full Story >>>

Marquez: Pacquiao does better than I did against Mayweather
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
Juan Manuel Marquez has a liquidity problem and it’s not related to his urine. No, in the wake of losing 12 out of 12 rounds against a sometimes dazzling Floyd Mayweather Saturday night, the Mexican counter puncher’s obvious problem is he is still drinking promoter Golden Boy’s   Read Full Story >>>

Mayweather Beats Marquez The Way He Should've - Nothing More
By Frank Lotierzo, The Sweet Science, Mon, 21 Sep 2009

Having watched Floyd Mayweather since his pro debut never once did I think about how a fight between him and Juan Manuel Marquez would turn out. It just never dawned on me that a fight betwee  
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'Living the Dream': Chronicling the past ten years of Boxing's best (part 15)
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo, Examiner.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009

After much media scrutiny and controversy, Oscar De la Hoya and Manny Pacquiao were finally able to come to terms and agreed to face each other in the ring in 2008's year-ending boxing super fight. Not  
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Despite wins, Mayweather’s star not on the rise
By Stephen Brunt, The Globe and Mail, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
Boxer's lack of popularity to break through as a true superstar has less to do with race and more to do with the shrinking presence of boxing in the sports psyche Floyd Mayweather Jr. says that it is because he is an African American that he isn’t counted among the planet’s most popul  Read Full Story >>>

The Return of Money
By Steve Kim, MaxBoxing.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
Simply put, Floyd Mayweather was too fast, too quick, too mobile and ultimately much too big for Juan Manuel Marquez this past weekend at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. While the Mexican was brave and courageous in going the 12-round distance, Mayweather showed that despite his time away from the ring,  Read Full Story >>>

DE LA HOYA SAYS PACQUIAO HAS NO CHANCE AGAINST MAYWEATHER
By Ben Thompson, FightHype.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
"This is my feeling. Look at what Juan Manuel did to Pacquiao, okay. Just compare that for a second, those fights. There's a strong case, and a lot of you also say that Juan Manuel beat Pacquiao, okay. Floyd, Floyd, what do you think will happen, seriously, with Pacquiao? I mean, come on! Come on,"   Read Full Story >>>

“Fighting Words” – Mayweather-Marquez: A Squash Match and a Post-Fight Angle
By David P. Greisman, BoxingScene.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
Floyd Mayweather Jr. flashed a smile, his top row of ivories glistening in the spotlight. His face, the face that had made the nickname “Pretty Boy Floyd” more than just a nod to the storied killer, was unmarked. His record, now 40 wins in 40 fights, remained unblemished. And then Sh  Read Full Story >>>

Marquez takes his best shot at Mayweather but misses, Pacquiao next
By Vitali Shaposhnikov, Diamond Boxing, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
A cascade of emotions raced through me as I witnessed the fall of one of the greatest pound for pound fighters to Floyd Mayweather Jr. There were of course expectations from Marquez, and even certain degree of hope. Unfortunately once the fight started, I realized that the tale of David and Goliath   Read Full Story >>>

FLOYD MAYWEATHER IS KILLING BOXING!
By Pedro Fernandez, RingTalk.com, Mon, 21 Sep 2009
San Francisco, CA- While others continue to “shill” for Floyd Mayweather, I continue to regurgitate every time he steps through the ropes. In the history of boxing, and I’m talking about going all the way back to the Marques of Queensbury era, no fighter has done the sport more har  Read Full Story >>>


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