Roger Mayweather: "Manny Pacquaio... that little dude has some balls!"





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Published on Jul 26, 2009

FightFan.com caught up with Roger Mayweather and got his thoughts on Manny Pacquiao, his upcoming fight with Miguel Cotto, and a possible eventual historical showdown with his Nephew Floyd Mayweather Jr.!

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Matthew Christ
DeLaHoya beat himself? I love Roger but he's way off here. Pacquiao crushed him with a combination of speed & skill. Even at the end of the fight when they stopped it, his corner said "there's no reason to go on Oscar, he's too fast". So if Oscar weighed more he probably would've lost even worse because he would have been slower. These Mayweather clowns are always making excuses, even for other boxers! (Floyd said Cotto lost to Pac because Cotto was drained, meanwhile Cotto was one pound, i repeat, ONE POUND heavier in the Mayweather fight than he was in the Pacquiao fight. So that excuse is bullshit, just like the rest of the Mayweather excuses. EXCUSES EXCUSES EXCUSES i am fucking tired of them!!!
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Now Mayweather needs to grow a pair himself and fight Pacquiao.
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Roger your nephew is a PUSSY... fucking retard
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Well Manny beat Cotto.Manny easy beat Hitman Hatton.He easy beat Margarito.He easy beat Mosley and so on...Sad to say it Roger but you are wrong to many times..
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what a hater this guy is… and he says that most people don't know shit about boxing when he predicted over three pacquiao losses 
They all knew how good Pac was once he destroyed Cotto, Margo, Oscar, etc.  THAT is why the fight didnt happen until Pac started to slow down a bit and his power started to dissipate.  NOW Floyd feels more comfortable fighting Manny.  Because he isnt wiping dudes out like he was in his prime.  Pac is now past his prime, still good, but not the unstoppable terror he was at his peak.  Floyd is a pr*ck, period, point blank.
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Guillermo Campos
After he wooped cottos ass, it was all about steroids on the great pacqman! You heard him! They understemated him bcs he said little dude 
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Kay D
Anyone else think the Mayweathers, deep down, are fans of Pacquiao? I'm pretty sure Roger is, Floyd Jr was in the crowd for  Pacquiao vs Morales II, Jeff Mayweather might be a fan. Floyd Sr, though, I'm not sure.
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Alex Abreo
This is funny to watch with captions on. LOL
Werner Gomez
The funny part is that he says that it doesn't matter that one guy beat another and that he beat that guy because styles make fights, but all the Mayweather camp can ever bring up is that Marquez (after 40 rounds in the ring with him) knocked out Pacquiao and Mayweather dominated Marquez, therefore Pacquiao has no chance. It's a fallacy of logic to begin with but it also goes against the statements Roger made here and the evidence of their other common opponents. Cotto went to a decision with Mayweather, Pacquiao destroyed him. De La Hoya went to a decision with Mayweather, Pacquiao destroyed him. Hatton lasted 10 rounds before the TKO, Pacquiao put him to sleep in two. But those arguments don't matter. Mayweather is the best defensive boxer of this era and Pacquiao has a style that Mayweather has never seen, speed that equals his, power that surpasses his and the southpaw stance that gives him trouble. This will not be an easy fight for either one of them and anyone that says otherwise is just talking out of his ass.
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