Tim Lane: “Welcome to the Chris Algieri show”
Nov 16 2014 8:01 AM
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Chris Algieri's trainer, Tim Lane, tell us what these last few months have been since beating Provodnikov and getting the Pacquiao fight.

Pacquiao vs. Algieri world welterweight championship event will take place Next Saturday! November 22, at The Venetian® Macao's Cotai Arena.

It will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET / 6:00 p.m. PT.

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Radam G says:

Wow! “Make sure Chris doesn't eat any weird over (here in Machu).”

Hehehe! Funny! Ev'ybodee and dey momma got jokes.

I will make sure that C-Al eats the super sauce. That is some kyptonite syet. There will be no flying for a Superman C-Al in Macau.

“High Hopes” has been grounded. He might try to sneak off the island because reality of the actuality is beginning to hit him square in his mug. His face trap ain't so big now.

We got spies and agitators everywhere. C-Al will be badly shaken before fight time. Holla!

The Commish says:

[QUOTE=Radam G;69597]Wow! “Make sure Chris doesn't eat any weird over (here in Machu).”

Hehehe! Funny! Ev'ybodee and dey momma got jokes.

I will make sure that C-Al eats the super sauce. That is some kyptonite syet. There will be no flying for a Superman C-Al in Macau.

“High Hopes” has been grounded. He might try to sneak off the island because reality of the actuality is beginning to hit him square in his mug. His face trap ain't so big now.

We got spies and agitators everywhere. C-Al will be badly shaken before fight time. Holla![/QUOTE]

“Badly shaken?” Shake this!

Chris Algieri is handling this magnificently. He is as calm, cool and collected as ever. If anything, I think the whole pressure thing is going to backfire on Pac-Man. He knows he has to win, and knows that, although he has trained very hard, he has mentally overlooked Algieri. Reality is finally hitting Team Pacquiao that this opponent who they have regarded as being a light hitter may just have his number come Saturday night.

Radam, if you want to come to the Algieri victory parade, you can stay at my home and attend the parade with me. We'll show you some good 'ol Long Island, New York, hospitality. I'll also have some of the localites (Michael Woods, The Shadow, Mortcola and Deepwater2) come over to join us at dinner.

The party on Algieri Island is under a week away from starting.

-Randy G.

Radam G says:

[QUOTE=The Commish;69641]”Badly shaken?” Shake this!

Chris Algieri is handling this magnificently. He is as calm, cool and collected as ever. If anything, I think the whole pressure thing is going to backfire on Pac-Man. He knows he has to win, and knows that, although he has trained very hard, he has mentally overlooked Algieri. Reality is finally hitting Team Pacquiao that this opponent who they have regarded as being a light hitter may just have his number come Saturday night.

Radam, if you want to come to the Algieri victory parade, you can stay at my home and attend the parade with me. We'll show you some good 'ol Long Island, New York, hospitality. I'll also have some of the localites (Michael Woods, The Shadow, Mortcola and Deepwater2) come over to join us at dinner.

The party on Algieri Island is under a week away from starting.

-Randy G.[/QUOTE]

Hehehehe! I got to give it up to you. You have some mad, MAD jokes. But C-Al is already on the ropes. And in five days, he is going to hit the canvas face first. And after that for a long time, running his big mouth and smirking, he will no longer have a thirst. Holla!

amayseng says:

If Chris is doing anything right it is that he is carrying himself well. He seems confident and that he is a legit threat to Pac, a challenge that may just send Pac reeling.

The only problem is that Chris will have to sit down on his punches to get Pacs respect and doing so will be in Pacs favor.

Seems Chris is doing a fine job with the promotion, it is his job to create hype and intrigue to help sell some tickets and ppv buys.

Can't blame the kid for stepping up his game and running his mouth a bit. Lord knows the undercard is not going to sell the ppv.

Skibbz says:

[QUOTE=amayseng;69660]If Chris is doing anything right it is that he is carrying himself well. He seems confident and that he is a legit threat to Pac, a challenge that may just send Pac reeling.

The only problem is that Chris will have to sit down on his punches to get Pacs respect and doing so will be in Pacs favor.

Seems Chris is doing a fine job with the promotion, it is his job to create hype and intrigue to help sell some tickets and ppv buys.

Can't blame the kid for stepping up his game and running his mouth a bit. Lord knows the undercard is not going to sell the ppv.[/QUOTE]

He will never sit down on his punches, it's not in his style. He calls himself a master boxer, but really all he does is pump out a jab and pedal his way around the ring. Sure he's got a great engine but this is boxing and these guys don't last. Pac will send him through the ropes.