Sunday, May 02, 2010

Floyd Mayweather Dominates Sugar Shane Mosley

Floyd Mayweather took another step down the path of immortality Saturday with another great outing, this time against seasoned veteran Shane Mosley. While the outcome and even the pace of the fight was fairly predictable, there was one surprise Saturday night.

Shane Mosley proved that Mayweather is human by landing a couple of big hits and nearly bringing the undefeated Money Mayweather to the canvas. Other than that brief flurry of excitement, the was pedestrian with Mayweather during his typical dancing around.

With this fight out of the way, there is no reason that Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacman shouldn't climb into the ring and face each other. It's the fight the fans want and boxing needs.

Checking out some highlights.

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Jared said...

Floyd is gunna whoop dat ass too Pacquiao. Pacquiaco is not as powerful is the natural welterweight super welterweight Shane Mosley ... Manny would not have hurt Mayweather as bad as what Mosley did. And so true... Mayweather is a great defensive fighter. Zab caught him quite a few times in that fight and everyone knows Zab probably has the quick hands in the fight game. Pacqiaco clearly does not. He gets hit to often to many fights. Manny got dazed a few times by Marquez and we all saw what Mayweather did to dat dude. Pacquiao gets caught square up and off balance to many times in fight and get hit to often. Mayweather will fight the same style fight counter in the beginning. Then impose the jab to the head with the straight right . When you wore down from that he is gunna jab you to the stomach and unleash those right hooks and crosses, with great accuracy. The man is a great boxer because he is smart, and have proven to have a chin. The real question is what would have happen to Pacquiao if Mosley would have hit him like that.

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