Now PBF is Retired.. Who is now the BEST P4P Boxer?

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  1. HavocFury

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    Now, that Floyd retire from Boxing, i think Pacman will be the next P4P King(especially if he can win convincinglly againts Diaz) followed closely by Joe Calzaghe.

    What's your idea on this?
     
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    Being that pacquiao was number 2...
     
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    Either the winner of Pacquiao v Marquez II or Calzaghe v Hopkins. Whoever you thought won....it'd be one of those two.
     
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    i cant give it to Pacquiao, based on the fact i thought he lost his last fight. so it must be the british man Joe Calzaghe. he's undefeated and his last fight against Hopkins was the biggest win in his carrer and very good quality win vs Kessler. i got to go with JC if PBF is really retired
     
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    Hopkins, Kessler, and questionable talent in Lacy... The rest of his resume you can really ignore. Sorry, but I can't give the title to him.

    Win or lose, pacquiao's last fight was close enough to go either way. And his competition in the last 5 years is legendary. Even his tune up fights consist of dangerous opponents. I really can't see anyone else taking this spot other than pacquiao.
     
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    yeah i can undestand why you give it to pacquiao. im still bitter about the fight vs JMM. but Calzaghe has been a world champ for over 10 yrs. thats got to count for something
     
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    Probably David Haye.
     
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    Teh Latin Snake!!!!!!!
     
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    World class loud mouth fosho...
     
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    How dare you... Let's not mention his name from now on. Hopefully he moves back up to 160 and meets his death.
     
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    I surely hope so...
     
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    If anyone deserve a beating, it's Sergio Mora. His name and crap lousy face alone should warrant an ass kicking. Compound that with the farce of a boxing career, he deserves to kicked in the groin 100 times a day until he retires from boxing.
     
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    engr chris Three Stars and a Sun

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    If Pacman beat Diaz then he is the best P4P
     
  16. XiaolinSoldier

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    Its Pac, the man is the best right now, and his resume proves it.
    Pac vs JMM was a close one, but IMO it was too close to say Pac lost it. I see a clear cut 114-113 for Pac, and a number 1 P4P fighter.
     
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    Yeah, let's go with Pac.
     
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  19. Sharkk

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    I had Calzaghe ahead of Mayweather after he beat Hopkins.
     
  20. XiaolinSoldier

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    Does Calzaghe really deserve to be ahead of Pac though? I dont think so.
     

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