RBR!!! floyd mayweather v small blond lesbian midget

May 19, 2013
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Nah, not buying that. The left hook wasn't thrown with any kind of power and barely landed, if it did at all.

The 3rd knockdown is just as strange as well. Reminds me of a wrestler that oversells moves.

Look at that angle. He runs in to a solid shot behind the ear and you see his body giveway on him.
 
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Jun 4, 2013
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This kid seriously thought he had a chance? I woke up and saw it on my YouTube recommended. It looked like fucking David vs. Goliath. Mayweather looked like a fucking WW fighting a BW, which is pretty much what it was. I didn't think the size difference would be that huge considering how some BW drain like hell to make the weight.
 
May 16, 2013
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So just watched this and it was even more of a joke than I first thought. Mayweather looked like Tyson out there, knocking the kid back with every shot he landed. I've not seen a man leap backwards so much from a punch since the early days of batman. The only thing missing was 'KAPOW' or 'BANG' with each shot.
He had the original Joker's hair too.
 
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Jan 20, 2014
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Well he is a good kickboxer.
Probably the best in the world b
It's like the mafia kiss of death. When Floyd says you're a helluva fighter you know you're done out here.
When they interviewed him half way through the Fury Wilder fight he said Fury was up 5 rounds to nothing. He then went on to say Wilder is a helluva fighter, in other words he’s shit lol.
 
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It's actually the easiest to explain of all. It's called emotion.
If the fight was pre-determined then he really had no reason to be crying. He wasn't legitimately defeated and he would have known way ahead of time what he was going to do. Sorry RED, I do not accept your explanation.

Do you think it was staged? So far I've only seen you snipe those that think it wasn't. What's your position?
 

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If the fight was pre-determined then he really had no reason to be crying. He wasn't legitimately defeated and he would have known way ahead of time what he was going to do. Sorry RED, I do not accept your explanation.

Do you think it was staged? So far I've only seen you snipe those that think it wasn't. What's your position?
Of course he could still really cry and be emotional even if it was staged. How about crying because he was relieved the ordeal was over, or because he felt embarrassed for himself and/or his family, etc., etc.

His caricature behavior from those KD's are fishy so a rigged fight is not ruled out in my book. By that I do NOT mean Floyd himself rigged it because that's not how match fixing works.
 
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Of course he could still really cry and be emotional even if it was staged. How about crying because he was relieved the ordeal was over, or because he felt embarrassed for himself and/or his family, etc., etc.

His caricature behavior from those KD's are fishy so a rigged fight is not ruled out in my book. By that I do NOT mean Floyd himself rigged it because that's not how match fixing works.
Possible.

But I still think the most likely explanation is that he was just beaten. He's a young man and was severely undersized on the night. The event may have also overwhelmed him. Exhibition or not, he was fighting Floyd Mayweather Jr.
 

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Possible.

But I still think the most likely explanation is that he was just beaten. He's a young man and was severely undersized on the night. The event may have also overwhelmed him. Exhibition or not, he was fighting Floyd Mayweather Jr.
True. Occam's Razor.
 
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