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Among those expected to be inducted are Mike Tyson, Julio Cesar Chavez, Kostya Tszyu, referee Joe Cortez and a few others.
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Well the time has come to take a close look at what might just be one of the most exciting fights of the year 다운로드.
At the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on May 7th, Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao takes on tough “Sugar” Shane Mosley.
At first glance the odds seem a bit too high at 5-1 content-disposition 다운로드. Mosley, who doesn’t have the hand and foot speed he once did, can still punch and as a natural welterweight, does have the size advantage over Pac Man 스팟파이어 다운로드.
Mosley, 46-6-1 (39) also lost to Floyd Mayweather, who doesn’t seem to have the stones to face the flamboyant Philippine.
At 39, this could be the last big payday for Mosley, but if he wins, all bets are off 창세기전2 다운로드. Shane does have a height and reach advantage over Pacquiao, and has shown a solid chin as well.
So, in my opinion, if the fight goes to the KO route, it goes to Mosley.
At 32, Pac Man, a southpaw, has a record of 52-3 2 with 38 knockouts.
Both fighters need this fight to put an exclamation point on their careers.
At this stage of the game, unless Mosley lands a solid punch, I like Pacquiao to go the distance and win a unanimous decision.
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