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Mayweather vs Pacquiao: No More Excuses, Set It Up!

BR:   Last night, my prediction of Pacquiao annihilating Algieri was spot on. Regardless of the distractions or the constant questioning, he came out in superb form. Quick footwork with crisp shots, while some were thrown irresponsibly but it was simply because Pacquiao had no respect for Algieri’s power. For Algieri, no excuses should be given for the young star, he is highly qualified but could not adjust to Pacquiao constant attack and footwork. So what is next for the Philipino superstar?


For many fans, we’ve been hearing more rumours and talks from camps about the Mayweather fight more frequently in a long time. It completely baffles me that two of the biggest boxing stars in our era, have not graced the public with a bout. It’s not so much the thought of one simple match, these two men could produce a trilogy. Millions of fans are so fed up with the constant arguing amongst one another and frustration on the lack of initiative being taken to produce a simple agreement. Enough with the back and forth and post fight propaganda, these two men need to man up and step in the ring.

Mayweather came off a gruelling Maidana match, then swiftly took a 360, and destroyed Maidana the second time around. Pacquiao bounced back from a horrific knockout, to fight a top fighter in Bradley (winning twice, obviously), and a young star in Algieri, finding a way each time to pound on his opponents. There is no more scapegoats left for these two men to beat on, they need to face each other. Theoretically, for the fight to occur, Mayweather must limit his demands and make everything a 50/50 split, from gate, PPV and purse. Why one would ask? This is a sport of boxing, for many years Mayweather has touched 30-40$ million per fight with extra incentives, but with the thought of a trilogy or even one match he would make more than enough. For fans to negate this, remember Pacquiao is a household name, one whom can draw fans just as much as Mayweather. The simple fact that if both these mens step into the ring, Pacquiao will draw the most fans Mayweather has every gathered, so does he not deserve a fair share ?

To conclude, I’ve been on hand for sticking blame on the scammers of the boxing public, Al Haymon (Criminal, tried to defraud Beyonce, been sued in past), Bob Arum (Propaganda Lord), Micheal Koncz( Pacquiao Manager, money hungry leech), Oscar De La Hoya (No control over his company) and both fighters. It would be selfish to say fans need to stop the arguing and hate (Although hilarious), who can blame them, it is all caused by the bottled up frustration we hold deep inside. Its all over, next year is 2015, this fight needs to set up and we deserve NO MORE EXCUSES, no remorse at all, let the business handle itself, last time I checked these two men are about there business but it’s time to put the fake visage away and act like FIGHTERS!

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