Andre Berto may have kept it too real for Tito and Chuck’s liking

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Tito Ortiz and Chuck Liddell seem to be the only ones thrilled with them coming out of retirement. Most people don’t want to see it but will watch anyway. Their best days are behind both fighters and while they should stay retired, the money may be a huge incentive to run it back a third time. However, the opinions of some of their peers may not be to their liking.

Boxer, Andre Berto, is one of those who thinks it shouldn’t go down. In fact, he’s almost at a loss for words when talking about it. Like Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction:

“When you gone. You stay gone. Or you’ll be gone.”

Some of these guys just need to stay gone.

Mayweather’s last opponent, Andre Berto, describes what fighting Floyd is like.

Mayweather's last opponent, Andre Berto, describes what fighting Floyd is like.

Floyd Mayweather wrapped up his boxing career when the then-38-year-old won a dominant unanimous decision against then-31-year-old Andre Berto. Berto talked to FightHype about what it was like to share the boxing ring withFloyd.

“He’s just very elusive. I was just so surprised at his age how just alert he was. He thinks defensive first and is very smart at dictating the pace. He’s very observant of everything that’s going on and just knows every part of that ring.”

Listening to Berto describe going one on one with Floyd sounds like Neo’s first fight with Morpheus in the Matrix. “Stop trying to hit me and hit me!”

Berto also weighed in on how he thinks Conor vs Floyd will go.

The Soulja Boy and Chris Brown Saga Continues

Soulja Boy and Chris Brown Fight Saga

Soulja Boy and Chris Brown are going toe to toe on PPV in March, what a time to be alive. We first made mention of the battle of Hip Hop Superstars earlier this week.  Evan Shoman spoke on the upcoming tilt giving us a bit of background.  Today we have a bit more, as well … Read moreThe Soulja Boy and Chris Brown Saga Continues

Soulja Boy vs Chris Brown on ppv. Promoted by Floyd Mayweather.

Soulja Boy vs Chris Brown on ppv. Promoted by Floyd Mayweather.

“Who wants to write up an article?” “I will.” “Cool. Write this piece on Soulja Boy fighting Chris Brown.” …and here we are. I don’t follow hip hop and I certainly don’t follow hip hop beef. Apparently I’m in the minority, because everyone seems really interested in a potential boxing match between Chris Brown and … Read moreSoulja Boy vs Chris Brown on ppv. Promoted by Floyd Mayweather.