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Pacquiao-vs-Algieri Streaming Links - November 22, 2014, 08:05 PM

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When does the main event start? Thanks for links no fight at rehab


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Generally around 11pm give of take depending on how the undercards play out.

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Algieri was plain outclassed.

Sure, some of those knockdowns were slips but Pacman brought it. Telling your fighter to hold back and give away the first four rounds against a volume puncher like Pac is stupid...

Algieri's reach should have dictated many many more jabs to disrupt


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Algieri was plain outclassed. Sure, some of those knockdowns were slips but Pacman brought it. Telling your fighter to hold back and give away the first four rounds against a volume puncher like Pac is stupid... Algieri's reach should have dictated many many more jabs to disrupt
Yep and yep. Two of his knockdowns were clear slips. I don't know how the ref saw them as KDs.
The other four were legitimate KDs.

Taller fighter by 4" ... It is almost foolish not to jab and and box outside to control Pac's flurry antics.

Simply outclassed and his corner did him no favors.



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Pacquia murdered him. I thought the scoring shoulda been more lopsided from an outsiders POV. Grisham at ESPN killed me with "I bet Algieri's training for this fight included countless hours of running backwards on a treadmill" hahaha


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Pacquia murdered him. I thought the scoring shoulda been more lopsided from an outsiders POV. Grisham at ESPN killed me with "I bet Algieri's training for this fight included countless hours of running backwards on a treadmill" hahaha
All the bicycling Algeri does surprises me. He's a title holding kickboxer. Kickboxers are usually come forward fighters using front kicks like a jab or work from side-to-side to get an angle for a roundhouse or side kick.



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I do like Algieri though. He had no business being in this fight but hey, $1.5M is hard to turn down, so I get it. His trainer Tim Lane is a kickboxer and the best thing Algieri could do for his boxing career is to dump this fool with his "cage", magic necklaces and snake oil....

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All the bicycling Algeri does surprises me. He's a title holding kickboxer. Kickboxers are usually come forward fighters using front kicks like a jab or work from side-to-side to get an angle for a roundhouse or side kick.
His angles were actually pretty good, as was his footwork. Pac destroys hands up defenses though and cut the ring off nicely.

Bad strategy all round - Lane said they were going for the knock out from the start, hard to see that when your fighter is not know for KO power...


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His angles were actually pretty good, as was his footwork. Pac destroys hands up defenses though and cut the ring off nicely. ...
Exactly. He wasn't falling into the traps and did a relatively decent job staying out of corners at first ... but the bicycling without ranging Pac with jabs or combinations as Pac came in kept putting him right back into Pac's favorite zone to pick and pop on the cutoff, then tag the head or jaw for a knockdown.

Algeri is a smart guy. The few fights that Pac loses are fights. Nearly brawls. All else fails. I'm surprised he didn't pick up on this.

Be that as it may, $1.5MM minus trainer, manager fees and taxes will probably leave him with about $650-700K. I'll take an ass whipping for that much.



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What this fight did confirm is that Floyd and Manny are still the top 2 p4p fighters...

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"I got him in the cage ... I'm going to let him out next round. He's going knock Pacquiao ou --- WHOMP --- "

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I would say so. There's another person I would put in the mix for P4P but his name is escaping me at the moment. I think he fights up in the Middleweights.

And while undoubtedly Mayweather's is among the greatest to ever dance in the square circle, his fights are boring ... technical, but boring.

There's a tall, powerful Heavyweight KO artist coming up through ranks named Deontay Wilder. He's not the most polished boxer, but he is making a name of himself by putting just about everyone to sleep in under 6 rounds.





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I would say so. There's another person I would put in the mix for P4P but his name is escaping me at the moment. I think he fights up in the Middleweights.

And while undoubtedly Mayweather's is among the greatest to ever dance in the square circle, his fights are boring ... technical, but boring.
You're probably thinking of Golovkin (GGG) or maybe Ward (but he's been inactive)- nice fighters but lacking the resume those two bring to the table.

Unlike most of Floyd's calculated wins (gotta get that record...), I don't think Floyd vs Manyy would be boring since Manny is such a forward fighter. You'd get to see Floyd's shoulder a ton. Best offence vs best defense makes for a potentially great fight. It was in doubt for a while since Pac was off form, but Roach has changed things up and has him looking good.

I'm not sold on Wilder yet. His career has been carefully 'managed' and his matchmaking has been slow. However, he doesn't control who he fights and has done nothing but knock them out. Still, he's fought a bunch of nobodies. We will see in January in his first real serious match up vs Stiverne. He's not legit till he gets that WBC belt defense. King of the hill there is still W. Klitschko


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