#BoxingHangouts – Mayweather vs. Maidana 2 Pre-fight Show
Sep 08 2014 12:00 AM
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Join Al Bernstein, Marcos Villegas and Jeandra LeBeauf as they analyze and preview the Floyd Mayweather vs. Marcos Maidana rematch that will take place Saturday, September 13 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Radam G says:

[SUB][/SUB]Wow! What a bunch of crap! The talking heads are always the second to the last to know. The groupies are the very last.

Tony Weeks was not the problem in fight one. And the same thing is going to happen in this fight. Chino is going to inadvertently hit Money May low, because Money May is going to be on the back of Chino's head and neck pulling him down. And if a pug hit you low for that reason, it is on you. And no foul committed.

Money May and Pops Joy May are also going to be critical of Referee Kenny Bass for the same reasons that they were hating on Tony Weeks.

WITF is wrong with Money May? He's become slightly delusional with this “A-fighter, B-figher syet.” And believes that he is running all things now.

He shouldn't have ever taken a rematch, despite that most of the powers and crooks that be in Sin City are suffering from superstar blindness. When I was rugrat/toddler, they did the same against Goat Ali. When I was a young adolescent, they did the same against Sugar Ray Leonard.

And now that I'm young middle age, they are doing the same jive against Money May — seeing him as invincible and untouchable with following the rules.

He ain't going to flat line Chino. And ain't going to nearly shut him out or beat him with ease. Try harder!

The first fight was close. I scored it 5-4-3 for Money May. I'm picking him again in a close scarp or even a draw.

Chino is to Money May like Marquez was to Da Manny — tough and always keeping the scraps close.

If Chino and Money May fights three times, Money May wins closely every time and/or draw.

And if Chino turns to fallen Angel Heredia for a nutrition and conditioning and is fed-dat-syet, and steps on Money May's toes, he'd Chino Hulkdana put Money May to sleep just as Hulkquez did Da Manny. Holla!

The Shadow says:

[QUOTE=Radam G;63531][SUB][/SUB]Wow! What a bunch of crap! The talking heads are always the second to the last to know. The groupies are the very last.

Tony Weeks was not the problem in fight one. And the same thing is going to happen in this fight. Chino is going to inadvertently hit Money May low, because Money May is going to be on the back of Chino's head and neck pulling him down. And if a pug hit you low for that reason, it is on you. And no foul committed.

Money May and Pops Joy May are also going to be critical of Referee Kenny Bass for the same reasons that they were hating on Tony Weeks.

WITF is wrong with Money May? He's become slightly delusional with this “A-fighter, B-figher syet.” And believes that he is running all things now.

He shouldn't have ever taken a rematch, despite that most of the powers and crooks that be in Sin City are suffering from superstar blindness. When I was rugrat/toddler, they did the same against Goat Ali. When I was a young adolescent, they did the same against Sugar Ray Leonard.

And now that I'm young middle age, they are doing the same jive against Money May — seeing him as invincible and untouchable with following the rules.

He ain't going to flat line Chino. And ain't going to nearly shut him out or beat him with ease. Try harder!

The first fight was close. I scored it 5-4-3 for Money May. I'm picking him again in a close scarp or even a draw.

Chino is to Money May like Marquez was to Da Manny — tough and always keeping the scraps close.

If Chino and Money May fights three times, Money May wins closely every time and/or draw.

And if Chino turns to fallen Angel Heredia for a nutrition and conditioning and is fed-dat-syet, and steps on Money May's toes, he'd Chino Hulkdana put Money May to sleep just as Hulkquez did Da Manny. Holla![/QUOTE]

LOL we've already seen that scenario unfold and it led to him turning in a Landis'esque performance of the highest order. He hit Money May with that '98 Tour De France Festina, that Marco Pantani work.

And even that didn't work!

You've seen him being fed “dat syet” live on TV! Stuffed it up his nose, made him squinch his eyes and do a funny grimace that made him look even more like El Chino.

Then came out and put that hurting on AB!

I promise you and I will bet you an Agimat/A-Side Meth medallion that Maidana gets pummeled into oblivion and there will be no close fight.

Unlike Hulkdana, Marquez actually has one of the greatest fundamental foundations in boxing and thus, IMO, will be a trouble for ANY come-forward fighter.

Marquez would pick Maidana apart, probably easier than Mayweather, because he's a better combination/counter puncher than Money May.

Same goes for Pacquiao, I think, because he's a more dynamic combination puncher than is Mayweather.

That said, Maidana will never pose a threat to Mayweather again.

Radam G says:

We shall see in three days. I say that it will be a repeat. And Hulkdana would kayo the ancient Marquez or Hulkquez. Five years ago, Marquez wins. And he will never beat Da Manny. Da Manny will always edge him out. And kayo the old Marquez. And will clearly stop Hulkquez in a Dance II.

Just watch the Money May's struggles Saturday night on the mainland USA. As the late, great Smokin' Joe was to GOAT Ali, Chino is to Money May. I syet you not. Holla!