GREATER DISGRACE: THE PACQUIAO-BRADLEY “REMATCH”
By Reni M. Valenzuela
If a question can be a disgrace because it is offensive and contemptuous, the greater disgrace would be a condition where there is an apparent compelling need to ask the question when the answers stare everyone in the face.
Why the Pacquiao-Bradley II is a disgrace to boxing and the fans?
This is the plight of the sport in our time. Thus, for the benefit of the few remaining reprobates who are yet to get out of the dark or “dark” and for the sake of naïve souls who may be swayed to stray, here are the answers that are legibly carved in huge stones all over the lighted places:
First is the rematch will lay credence upon the hilarious and ridiculous finding of the Nevada Attorney General’s Office that there is no conspiracy in the Pacquiao-Bradley robbery last June 9 without having to interview, as reported, any one of the three judges who are the key persons involved in the controversy. They’re kidding us.
Second is the rematch will ultimately pave the way to the full implementation of the grand design by major players who are perfectly blended to be in cahoots with each other in the grandest of all drama in the recent past and from the very beginning of the plot. Jellylike “experts” who insist on their self-serving hollow arguments to push through with the rematch boil down to this grand superfluous washout.
Third is the rematch will have boxing and the fans subjected to further injustice and “tricks” as a result of the highly anomalous “WBO rules” of not overturning the judges’ official decision despite having ruled in their review and re-scoring of the fight that Pacquiao won over Bradley by a wide margin.
Fourth is the rematch will perpetuate the magical powers of certain masters in boxing in order to fool the fans anew and gain millions more of “duped dollars” as is always the case whenever they are allowed to hatch a preconceived and pre-planned rematch, “legally” backed up by the grossly detestable “WBO rules” to which all creatures are commanded to bow down.
The rules are mainly intended to create artificial needs for rematch. Hence the same rules expose certain bigwigs as false gods who have the penchant to occasionally produce apparitions to decorate their double-talk and peddle their double-dealing productions.
Fifth is the rematch will make funny clowns of the people and boxing as a sport, knowing full well that there is no reason or “reason” to stage a rematch if the fight was judged correctly, notwithstanding dubious elements before and during the fight and which could have otherwise made Pacquiao win in a spectacular fashion. But who didn’t see that?
Hence allowing the Pacquiao-Bradley rematch to take place will make the “fans” even funnier clowns because a “blockbuster rematch” is exactly the very purpose why there is such irregularity that occur in boxing, by way of the “WBO rules,” en-route to bigger Mafia business.
Sixth is the rematch will make Manny Pacquiao the greatest fool of all fools since Pacman himself declared to the world right after the shocking decision was announced, “in your heart, you know who won the fight.” So, why is there a need to fight Bradley again? It’s a simple kindergarten arithmetic. And why succumb to fall for a trap? It’s a plain toddler ABC alphabet.
Showman Bradley is a skillful boxer who may also be just a victim of the circumstance. He has real good bouts that await him on the horizon which would enhance him as a talented champion in his level. But for him to engage again Pacquiao in a rematch could serve to be his career waterloo and may signal an early retirement for him as a boxer.
Seventh is the rematch will cause Pacquiao to lose the respect of millions of his fans who would naturally feel insulted if he insists on wanting to get the welterweight championship belt back to himself by fighting Bradley for the second time because that would not only render useless but negate the resounding legitimate uproar by the fans, people and media all over the world due the anomalous official judging or “official erroneous” judgment of the fight. Such would be a vicious naked blow against the entire boxing world.
Eight is the rematch will make boxing a universal laughing stock in the minds of planet dwellers who have common sense throughout the whole of galaxy which may include Java men, Neanderthals and Cro-magnon primitives inside modernized ancient UFOs.
Belt is just leather. Only Esau or Judas would want it in exchange for truth and justice. Heart is life, and that’s what matters. And that ought to settle the issue. In fact, Pacquiao should have stood his ground in protest of one of annals biggest boxing larceny involving Pacman himself. It is ironic that he insisted he won over Juan Manuel Marquez in their highly controversial third encounter last year when he should have done the gesture now that he was clearly robbed of the win versus Bradley. Wonder of wonders.
Meekness is strength under grace that is never mindlessly subservient. And meekness may fold on its knees but is most powerful to withstand any test to prevail unshaken, side by side with the truth.
Ninth is the rematch will not make money, but will make just piles of garbage. It may rather set a record-breaking boxing event in history where no one single human being would watch in the arena and on cable TV/theaters, only remnants from the world of blood-sucking vampires. Hence under such scenario and since boxing today is business much more than sport, Bob Arum and company would certainly not take the risk of staging the Pacquiao-Bradley II, lest they defeat themselves and crumble their respective self-contained “kingdoms” to pieces.
Tenth is the rematch will further waste time, momentum and opportunities for Pacman to continue to shine and shine even brighter by avoiding or missing to take on exciting “real-challenge” and “good match-up” opponents in the likes of Floyd Mayweather Jr., Juan Manuel Marquez, Saul Alvarez, Robert Guerrero and Adrien Broner.
To boxing as a sport and to the fans who are humans, bon voyage!
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