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    Wednesday, June 8, 2011

    Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Victor Ortiz Fight Set On September 17, 2011: Pacquiao's Offer Is Low





    This post will make Manny Pacquiao's fans disappointed because Floyd Mayweather turned down Bob Arum's 65 million dollar offer. That' a huge amount of money and still Floyd rejected the offer. I also would like to point out that Manny Pacquiao already accepted Mayweather's drug testing challenge but in the end Mayweather still didn't sign the fight contract. That's what you call pure cowardice. Imagine the odds are all against Manny Pacquiao but still Mayweather Jr. rejected the Arum's fight offer. Arum said:

    "He doesn’t want to fight Manny. He's smart not to fight Manny because, truth be told, everyone who knows boxing know that Manny will beat him."

    To further send the signal that he doesn't want to fight Pacquiao, Mayweather signed a contract to fight against Victor Ortiz. They will fight for the WBC 147 Belt. The Mayweather vs. Ortiz fight was set to be on September 17, 2011 at the Dallas Cowboy Stadium. Victor Ortiz's manager was the one who confirmed that the fight between Mayweather and Ortiz is already scheduled on September 17, 2011.

    Victor Ortiz's win-loss record is a bit impressive. Ortiz has 29 wins and 2 losses. He has just won WBC welterweight title belt against Andre Berto via a unanimous decision. Mayweather on the other hand brags on his 41 wins (25 via KO), 0 losses and 0 draws. You can really see why he's afraid on Pacquiao. He doesn't want to tarnish his immaculate record.

    To further prove to you that the news is true, here's the news from Snow Badua.

    1 comment:

    kaboom said...

    sa coward stadium sila dapat maglaban

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