I guess Floyd Mayweather jr. uploaded his 1993 Golden Gloves fights (106 lb)

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  1. YoungCashMoney

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    And it was up for a day before the videos went private. Damn. Please tell me someone recorded them or downloaded them?
     
  2. Footwork333

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    wow 106lbs... isn't that what pacman started at?
     
  3. Sunfish

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    Pacquiao started at least 5 weight classes below that. Unless I'm mistaken he is an 18 weight class champion.
     
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    so wait your telling me mayweather fought at minimum wieght aswell he just wasnt koed by a taxi driver
     
  5. Sunfish

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    It was a fisherman what caught floyd.
     
  6. goldennboy

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    no Pac was also at 106 brah. Only thing, Floyd had to kill himself to make 106. I think he soon after moved up to 08 or 12.
     
  7. Phisher

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    Pacquiao started at the exact same weight at the same age in the pros. If Mayweather had turned pro when he 16, he would have fought in ten weight classes too.
     
  8. Phisher

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    Pac was killing himself to make the lighter weights too. He moved up three weight classes after he missed weight and lost his Flyweight title.
     
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    Every one should already know both PAC and May were 106 at 16. It was brought up numerous times during the 'public negotiations'. Its not news
     
  10. goldennboy

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    I know it's not new. But there's still people that don't know.
     
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    :icon_lol::icon_lol::icon_lol:
     
  12. Phisher

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    A lot of people DKSAB.
     
  13. goldennboy

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    I bet you didn't know May walked around at 110-112 when he was 16.
     
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    Lol I was about to Google that shit then I got it
     
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    I'm not really concerned with what Floyd and Pac weighed when they were zygotes. When they grew up Pac was a natural lightweight and Floyd was a natural welterweight. One's 5'6" and the other is 5'8". Neither have climbed weight divisions like other ATGs with their same builds. Duran was the same size as Pac and fought up to super middleweight. Mickey Walker was an inch shorter than Floyd with five inches less reach but managed to beat 220 lb heavyweights. Henry Armstrong was an inch shorter than Pac and fought his way up to middleweight.

    Pac and Floyd aren't doing anything others haven't done better before them.
     

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