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    jords wrote:
    Didn't realise how far Parker had dropped
    Haha.

    How did he get so high, is a better question.

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    Any of ya'll excited?

    This should be an intriguing match up this weekend...


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    Pacquiao-Thurman Main Event is coming up!

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    Tried to look for highlights on youtube but the disappointing thing is that all the channels have loaded the full length fight, which is always the other way round. Inconvenient when you are only after the highlights. Read Manny won quite convincingly even though the scoreline didn't reflect it...

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    WakeForest wrote:
    Tried to look for highlights on youtube but the disappointing thing is that all the channels have loaded the full length fight, which is always the other way round. Inconvenient when you are only after the highlights. Read Manny won quite convincingly even though the scoreline didn't reflect it...
    I want Pacquiao to retire, he has nothing left to prove in the sport. He's a living legend and a hall of famer. Definitely going into the history books.

    But he looked a bit washed up despite that he still had the fighting spirit in him, he was gassed out during the mid rounds and wasn't the Pacquiao like we used to see in his prime.

    Thurman is a good fighter also and I knew he wasn't going to be an easy task but Pacquiao managed to pulled it through.

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    The 2008-2010 era of Pacman was just a joy to watch - Hatton, De La Hoya fights onwards (and those Marquez trilogy)...but does this go to show the talent in today's boxing is so bad that even Thurman can't beat him, or that an aged Pacman can still fight with the best of today's era (although not as entertaining).

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    Great fighters that are over the hill can keep winning fights, it's just hard to watch.

    Thinking Ali, Foreman, Klitchko, but Pacman has been in that club for a while.

    They just lean all over the other guy etc.