By Charlie Knoxville
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No matter what happens if Pacquiao wins or loses to Floyd Mayweather Jr. (if the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight does get made for March, 13, 2010), I would like to see Zab Judah vs. Manny Pacquiao next.
Zab Judah and Pacquiao are of similar age, both are explosive, fast, power punching southpaws and the fight is guaranteed to give the fans their moneys worth.
Styles make fights and Zab and Pacquiao both have the style for an exciting shoot em up fight.
Zab’s downside is his mental game and his tendency to fade past 5 rounds.
Pacquiao’s main weakness is his defense and leaving himself open by over committing to his punches.
I for one don’t think Manny Pacqiuiao should retire yet, he is in his prime and has at least 3 good years left in him.
It would be a shame to lose boxing’s version of Tiger Woods(before the sex scandals) to Philippine politics.
Boxing needs a guy like Manny Pacquiao now more then ever.
Zab “Super” Judah Stats
Boxing Record: 38-6-26 KO’s
HBO Boxing: Zab Judah’s Greatest Hits (HBO) youtube video
Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao Stats
Boxing Record: 50-3-38-2
HBO Boxing: Manny Pacquiao’s Greatest Hits (HBO) youtube video
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I am an avid fan of boxing and video games. My first fight of memory was watching Prince Naseem Hamed destroy Kevin Kelly. I enjoy all aspects of the sport. My favorite current boxer is Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao. My favorite boxing match is Diego Corrales vs. Jose Luis Castillo 1. I love watching boxing on Pay-Per-View more than being there live because you can really enjoy and watch the action from the best view.