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Pacquiao vs vargas
« on: November 06, 2016, 07:24:04 pm »
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Man, pacquiao is back and fired up especially in a fight against an opponent like jessie vargas.

They did say that they guarantee a knockout but vargas was not to trade with him and thats the reason why manny didn't knock him out and whenever vargas did try trade, he was recieving punches he couldn't see and was being roughed up.

The first round started slow but then on to the second and third round manny was moving alot and I like his style of moving in and out but one thing I rather see him change his the occasional leaps with the left punch, which isn't followed by another punch, but ones where he does that and is close to throw another at another angle i love those.

Then manny with straight down the middle very quick and knock vargas on his ass. Then after vargas started shaping up, one thing about vargas is that he has a powerful punch too especially his jab, it has the snap to it, he managed to catch pacquiao a few times down the middle when manny would try come in but later during the rounds, pacquiao had broken him, vargas had become slow and tired and manny jumping in do combo or punch and jump out and do it again.

Pacquiao is very powerful still and very quick, they say he doesn't knock people because they become defensive but he already said back when marquez knocked him out, he had to become carefull unline previous where he was careless, effective nevertheless and strong.

Mayweather was there too, on a night out as he claims. I doubt he will face pacquiao again. But I would like to see pacquiao vs crawford at 140, which is supposedly pacquiao's favourite and strong weight to be in,

good fight nevertheless.

I didn't watch the donaire fight, but by the sound of it, there are mixed emotions of who really should have won.
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Re: Pacquiao vs vargas
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2016, 11:27:31 pm »
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thanks for the recap.. i was never too interested in that fight. if it was not pay-per-view, i'd have watched it.. but vargas didn't have much of a chance.

pac/crawford.........??? now that i would be hyped to see.



all i know is, apparently stephen A smith announced the fight? so glad I didn't hear him announcing a boxing match
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https://champions.co/p/grading-stephen-a-smiths-awkward-commentating-debut-pacquiao-vs-vargas/4141386

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Re: Pacquiao vs vargas
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2016, 05:55:32 am »
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Ye he was one of the commentators that speak in the background along side timothy bradley and the person who speaks on showtime ppv's not the commentators but the guy who speaks about the upcoming fight.

Stephen smith was quite bad at it too lol he was the one to give the interview to the fighters, which was also funny to watch him as he never done anything like this before, he mainly is a sports critic.

But michael buffer was the ring announcer.
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Re: Pacquiao vs vargas
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2016, 04:32:18 pm »
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Ye he was one of the commentators that speak in the background along side timothy bradley and the person who speaks on showtime ppv's not the commentators but the guy who speaks about the upcoming fight.

Stephen smith was quite bad at it too lol he was the one to give the interview to the fighters, which was also funny to watch him as he never done anything like this before, he mainly is a sports critic.

But michael buffer was the ring announcer.

well at least they had michael buffer.. lmfao!!

can always count on him to get every1 hyped af before the fight. ;d