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Floyd might never box with Conor out of spite of Conor wanting 100milion from him

Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Lissove, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. Lissove Guest

    It's Conor who is on his knees begging for money, and he dares to insult Mayweather? Conor needs to first establish his position by defending the titles he has against contender we all see as a real threat to him, then he might be overlooked as another guy who lost recently and rebounded only by a questionable decision.
     
  2. 20falarVerdades Silver Belt

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    LMAO the commission would never allow this fight anyway, Conor wouldn't even outbox a good amateur boxer.
     
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    You could have made this thread last year and it would have been just as pointless
     
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    That'd be cutting off his nose to spite his face.

    They'll work it out.
     
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    Oh look another Floyd vs Conor thread.
     
  6. loisestrad Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    Why not? Couture fought Toney.
     
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    Floyd only fights in Nevada and the NSAC hates Conor
     
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    I dont think Mayweather would get his 50th win in Boxing by beating Conor, cause 50-0 has huge historic significance in Boxing. IMO Mayweather vs Paquiao 2 is happening and would probably generate similar PPV buys as their first fight, (4.6 Million) which Conor vs Floyd right now wouldn't do IMO. Floyd is playing the long game, he dragged out the first Paquiao fight over like 10 years lol. He is gonna fight Pac and you can bet Conor will be ring side. If during this time, Conor stays undefeated in UFC and dosent sign some new contract that keeps him there exclusively and hes probably to smart to that at this point. Then the Floyd fight will go down maybe 2 to 3 years from today.
     
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    I guess that's on Floyd then.
     
  11. BobTheCockroach Green Belt

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    Sad salty cretins, so Floyd's your new saviour lmfao
    First it was mendez, then aldo, then diaz, then Eddie, now Floyd and tears are still flowing
     
  12. Lissove Guest

    What are you even talking about, you dimwit. Get your sad ass out of here.
     
  13. johnnyroastbeef Banned Banned

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    who cares? floyd is a boring old bum
     
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    Never go full retard.
     
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    LMFAO at the nuthuggers. Like Conner deserves to fight Floyd in a boxing match. Totally stupid
     

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