Adrien Broner has got jokes. However, they are racist and inappropriate

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Nothing really surprises me anymore when it comes to Adrien Broner. However, when he starts getting wildly inappropriate, yeah, I’m still surprised. His latest outburst came at a press conference while hyping his fight with Manny Pacquiao. He straight up started telling racist jokes and thought they were hilarious.

To be a fighter, you have to be a little ‘off’. You just do. However, Adrien Broner is way off the reservation when it comes to being a stable and functioning being. During his little rant, the media even wised up to his poor taste. If you get fight media to boo and hiss at you, you are really doing something wrong.

You will be blown away by this video, SMH.

Floyd vs Pac-Man? You never know what’s real or fabricated anymore.

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Is it real or fabricated hype? I just can’t tell anymore. When it comes to Floyd Mayweather, everything is a promotion so it’s impossible to distinguish fact from fiction. All we do know is that Floyd and Manny were both at the same place at the same time and words were exchanged between the two. Floyd posted the video to his Twitter with the caption,

“I’m coming back to fight Manny Pacquiao this year. Another 9 figure payday on the way.”

Automatically, many people are assuming that Floyd is going broke because that is the internet way. Neither Manny, Floyd, or fans NEED this fight to happen. However, this fight will generate so much money if it comes to fruition that it would be crazy for them not to fight.

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Yo Adrian, I’m making stuff up. Sly says Mayweather/Pac 2 will happen

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Manny Pacquiao has once again called out Floyd Mayweather. Once again, we are subject to a circus of rumors and false information. Sylvester Stallone even weighed in on the two fighting again and we all know that Rocky never lies. Sly put himself out there and even claimed that there is a 99% chance that the two icons will meet again in the boxing ring.

“I think that’s about 99% certain it will happen. Every reason; honor, money, history, and you got nothing better to do for the weekend.”

Welp, I’m sold. If Stallone says it’s a go, it has to be true.

On the serious side of things, these two boxers should not fight each other again and it’s debatable if they should fight AT ALL. Mayweather is 41-years-old and Pacquiao is almost 40. That’s like wanting to see Chuck Liddell fight Tito Ortiz again. Wait…

Freddie Roach on Floyd, Manny, Conor. *Spoiler* None are fighting

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Freddy Roach dishes on what could possibly be in the immediate future for Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather, and Conor McGregor. Spoiler Alert; None of them will be fighting each other.

Rumors swirled around that Floyd Mayweather wanted to fight in the UFC. Within a day, that rumor was debunked by Floyd himself. There were also rumors that Conor McGregor could box Manny Pacquiao next, but that was shot down as well. In this video, Freddie actually makes mention of Manny/Conor being a possibility:

“I talked to (Bob) Arum and Arum says that’s not true. We still have two fights left with him. I’d like to see a rematch with Horn.”

Here’s the hard truth, folks.

  • No one wants to see McGregor box anyone ever again.
  • Floyd Mayweather is retired from boxing and will NEVER step in an MMA cage.
  • Manny Pacquiao will more than likely never fight McGregor, unless it’s at Ellismania

Just let it die already.

Conor McGregor says his next fight will be in the UFC

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Conor McGregor makes headlines by simply being Conor McGregor.

People have been wondering what’s next for Conor McGregor ever since he was stopped in his boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather. Would he head back into the boxing ring for a rematch? Would Conor box against Oscar de la Hoya? Manny Pacquiao? Perhaps he’d defend his UFC Lightweight belt, or chase another UFC belt altogether. Conor has cleared things up a little bit, speaking to TMZ he said his next fight would be for the UFC.

Conor was asked about whether he’d fight Manny Pacquiao and simply responded, “MMA Next.”  He did, however, manage to insult the WWE when asked if he’d consider the WWE, Conor stated flatly, “fook the UFC.” Alrighty.

Many would believe his next fight will likely be to unify the Lightweight division against Tony Ferguson, but when Conor McGregor is involved, one never knows. It would be very nice to see Conor make some news in the cage for a change. He abandoned the Featherweight belt and hasn’t defended the Lightweight title he won over a year ago.

Schaub is back to reality. Says Pacquiao would box up McGregor

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Welcome back to Earth, Mr Schaub. Aside from Conor McGregor fans, no one sounded more ridiculous than Brendan Schaub when he predicted a McGregor win over Floyd Mayweather. It was so bad, you thought Mauro Ranallo’s head was going to explode. Literally, when they were discussing the fight, Ranallo’s voice went to a place that only dogs and dolphins could understand.

With the talk of a possible Manny Pacquiao vs McGregor fight, Schaub is shooting straight. The Conor vs Floyd fight needed the stupid ridiculous hype to make it as massive as it was. Apparently, Conor would have even less of a chance against Manny and Schaub feels he couldn’t fool fans again.

“This would be tough to sell. It’s going to sell well on pay-per-view, maybe. This would be hard for me to honeydick the fans and convince you like I did the Floyd/Conor fight.”

Thank you for your honesty THIS TIME, Brendan.

Mayweather and McGregor PPV numbers fall short of besting May-Pac

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The fight was massive on any scale you want to measure it on. A month or so ago, we reported that Dana White was overheard telling Urijah Faber that the Mayweather and McGregor fight did 6 and a half million PPVs. People made the assumption that he was talking about domestic buys, which would have … Read moreMayweather and McGregor PPV numbers fall short of besting May-Pac

Dana White tells Urijah Faber that MayMac PPV did 6.5 million buys.

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The PPV Numbers have not been confirmed and Dana is probably speaking worldwide.

We’re all still recovering from a giant MayMac hangover, but if the news coming from Dana White to Uriah Faber and Snoop is accurate, the PPV sold 6.5 million buys. That number if accurate would break the record set by Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao at 4.4 million buys.

The official numbers are not in yet, but if that estimate is in the ballpark it marks the largest PPV in world history. Floyd will take home in excess of 300,000,000.00 for his efforts. Conor will draw north of 100,000,000.00.  Floyd Mayweather has said his fight last weekend would be his last. He’s the undisputed king of PPV.  He holds the number 1, 2 and 3 buyrates of all time. His fights with Oscar de la Hoya, Manny Pacquaio and now Conor McGregor are the three highest selling events in history.

Conor dominates when it comes to selling MMA related PPVs and now he’s stamped his name as one of boxing’s biggest draws as well. 6.5 million buys, what a world we are living in. Amazing.

The video was posted by media member Mike Dyce via his Instagram.

The first, last, and only Manny Pacquiao highlight video you will ever need

Need Manny Pacquiao in your life? Look no further than this video.

Bookmark it or dog ear it. Whatever you need to do to get back to this video, do it. It is the ultimate Manny Pacquiao highlight video that you will ever need. It’s only been a week since I saw my last Pac-Man clip and I forgot how great he is.

His speed and power are incredible. Not to mention, Manny has great footwork and comes at you from so many different angles. The most intriguing thing is that Manny is usually the smaller fighter in his fights. However, size never seems to matter because Pac-Man can take anyone’s head off.

Video: Top Rank Youtube

Jeff Horn: Pacquiao Knows I Beat Him, ‘Should Be No Argument’

Argument? Nah. Jeff Horn knows he beat Pacquiao.

After the Jeff Horn vs Manny Pacquiao fight, many questioned the legitimacy of the decision. Jeff Horn, however, feels there’s no argument. He won on the judge’s scorecard and thinks it was the right call.

“I’m good and I’m happy. I’m glad the results have come in from the other judges just before I arrived here. So, there should be no arguments. It’s exactly what I felt on the day (they reviewed it) and Pacquiao said the same thing on the day of the fight. He thought he lost. So, the decision stands.”

Much to the chagrin of Manny Pacquiao fans, it will go down in the record books that Manny lost the fight. Right decision or wrong, Jeff Horn seems like a heck of a nice guy.

Manny Pacquiao loses a title, Teddy Atlas loses his mind in Australia

Manny Pacquiao did enough to retain his title Saturday night. Before we get into the fight itself, let me just say how nice it was to have meaningful boxing back on ESPN. I remember very fondly growing up watching big boxing events with my dad on free tv.  My dad is a big boxing fan, … Read moreManny Pacquiao loses a title, Teddy Atlas loses his mind in Australia

Manny Pacquiao takes on Jeff Horn today at 6 PM PST live on ESPN

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Manny has traveled to Australia to take on the unbeaten Horn Tonight at 6 PM PST ESPN is giving boxing fans something we haven’t had in a while. A true superstar fight on regular cable television. Typically boxing goes the way of the PPV and then a week later airs on either HBO or Showtime … Read moreManny Pacquiao takes on Jeff Horn today at 6 PM PST live on ESPN

Manny Pacquiao hitting mitts in training for Jeff Horn. Holy crap, he’s fast!

Pac-Man smashing mitts, days before his fight with Jeff Horn.

Manny Pacquiao hitting mitts with less than a week to go until he fights Jeff Horn. Pac-Man still has the speed and power of a 20-something-year-old. It is a beautiful sight to behold when a boxer is finishing up his training camp. They are almost at their peak and are fight ready.

Watching one of the greatest boxers ever in his top form is jaw dropping. Manny looks terrific, going into his fight with Jeff Horn. His punches are fast and have a lot of pop to them.

Pacquiao will take on Jeff Horn in Brisbane Australia, on July 2.

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Bob Arum: “If McGregor is still looking for an opponent, Manny Pacquiao is there.”

Bob Arum: "If McGregor's still looking for an opponent, Pacquiao is there."

When I woke up today I did not anticipate seeing Bob Arum saying that Manny Pacquiao would be a willing opponent for Conor McGregor if Floyd fell through. TMZ caught up with the famed boxing promoter and asked if the Philipino superstar would step up if needed.

“(Manny’s) got a really tough fight against this guy in Australia, Jeff Horn. After that fight on July first, here in the United States; If McGregor is still looking for an opponent, Manny Pacquiao is there.”

Obviously, we still have to wait and see how Dana White trying to negotiate with Team Mayweather plays out first. However, this is a welcome option for the mainstream fans who seem to be obsessed with this crossover event.

Arum offered words of encouragement to Dana White when negotiation with Team Mayweather.

“Be patient. Don’t give in. Dana’s a good negotiator and he’ll get the thing done. But he can’t be pushed around by Mayweather and his people.”

This Mayweather/McGregor/Pacquiao circus has become the greatest show on Earth.

 

Manny Pacquiao is in the gym for his July 2 fight and already looks sharp!

Manny Pacquiao is in the gym for his July 2 fight against Jeff Horn and already looks sharp!

It’s safe to say that Manny Pacquiao is taking his July 2 fight with Jeff Horn very seriously. Pacquiao is in the gym, seven weeks before his fight and already looks sharp. At 38 years of age, he can’t afford too many more setbacks. It is imperative for older boxers to keep their bodies up to par, so they can compete with the young guys.

Pac-Man’s fight will be in the home country of his 29-year-old opponent, Jeff Horn. Currently, Horn sits undefeated at 16-0. This fight could either launch the career of the young Aussie or possibly have Manny questioning how many rounds he still has left.

Pacquaio looks as if he isn’t ready to question anything, as he wants to come in very prepared. Seven weeks to go and his punches already look hard and crisp. This could be the best Pac-Man we’ve ever seen.

Video posted by Fight Hype on Youtube.