By Charlie Knoxville
It was just months ago that Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. demanded that Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao submit himself to Olympic style drug testing to help clean up the sport of boxing. The people who can see through Floyd Mayweather and the Mayweather family, knew that was all BS. The truth is, he is scared to lose his undefeated record, because his claim to being greater than Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Robinson, is that they have losses and he doesn’t.
Floyd Mayweather only demanded random blood tests from Manny Pacquiao because he saw him as a dangerous opponent. Floyd was desperate to find a way of getting an advantage or into the mind of Manny Pacquiao and the only way he could get into Pacquiao’s head was by seeking blood testing closer to the fight. Floyd saw an old interview of Pacquiao from 2005 stating that the reason he lost his first fight with Erik Morales was because he felt weak from taking blood a day before the fight and the day of the fight.
The Mayweather family have a history of illegal activity (Roger beats on women, Floyd Sr. used to slang crack and served time in prison, and Floyd has a history of domestic violence against women). Yet, they claim that Manny Pacquiao is on drugs and is a cheater, if you ask Floyd Mayweather Sr. to show you proof he will answer, “I don’t know what he is taking, all I know is he is taking something, no little guy can go up in weight like that and be that fast and strong and beat bigger men,” so its OK to make claims without any substance or proof? That’s the great Mayweather family logic. Only a fool or Pacquiao hater would believe the Mayweather family allegations of steroid abuse by Manny Pacquiao. Allegations backed with NO PROOF.
Before Manny Pacquiao signed to fight Antonio Margarito for November 13, Pacquiao agreed to the original blood testing demand by Floyd Mayweather and Floyd Mayweather didn’t accept the fight. Instead, he goes on a vacation, spews racist and insulting rants at Manny Pacquiao and claims he will beat him up, issues a false apology and winds up in jail for beating up his ex-girlfriend over a jealous rage and takes her iPhone.
Floyd is simply jealous of Manny Pacquiao. Manny Pacquiao is one of the most beloved and respected sports figures today and Floyd envies him. Floyd probably wonders how can this Filipino guy get so much love by people without spending money on them like I do? So out of envy he wanted to ruin the good name of Manny Pacquiao and his image by trying to plant a seed of doubt in the minds of the public. Floyd said he was trying to clean up the sport of boxing, and even compared himself to Martin Luther King Jr., well Floyd’s attempt at cleaning up the sport failed miserably.
I hope people see through his BS and realize this guy is nothing but a greedy, self righteous, disrespectful, ducker, who doesn’t have any respect for the sport of boxing or the boxing fans who pay for his fights and line his pockets with money.
This guy doesn’t give a crap about boxing, he only cares about attention and money. If he was trying to clean up the sport of boxing, then he wouldn’t be beating up women or using ethnic slurs, and dodging a fight with Manny Pacquiao.
The dishonorable Floyd Mayweather Jr. is hoping and praying that Manny Pacquiao loses to Antonio Margarito on November 13, so he can come out and say “Look, this is the guy you said would beat me? Margarito a has been just beat Pacquiao, and you guys said he was better than me?”
If Floyd Mayweather really wants to clean up the sport, he needs to start by cleaning up his image first, and step up to the plate and fight Manny Pacquiao.
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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.