It’s Time For Boxing To Blackball “Coward” Mayweather


So there we have it – Floyd Mayweather showed his unparalleled cowardice to back out of another date with the one-dimensional Manny Pacquiao. The man who God won’t let lose, will not step up to the plate against the Filippino wonder who according to our pound-for-pound fraud, Knows he can’t beat me.

Despite all the smokescreens and lies and deceptions from Little Floyd Mayweather, Al Haymon and Leonard Ellerbe, the truth is crystal clear now – Floyd Mayweather is a spoiled, manufactured, protected fraud/coward who knows he will be brutally savagely beaten up and knocked out by the blazing fists of Manny Pacquiao, and will not make a stupid business decision that will result in career suicide.

There’s no pretending anymore, there’s no denying it. It’s stone cold true that sometimes very good professional boxers feel fear and cowardice. And in the case of Floyd Mayweather, sometimes they are even stricken to extreme panic and evenn paralysis by their fears. I know it, you know it, Ross Greenburg knows it, everyone at HBO knows it now. It’s too obvious to be ignored or sugar-caoted anymore. Floyd Mayweather is a flat out coward in the face of Manny Pacquiao.

The BIG question now is, will HBO reward and support this fraud of a fighter who was actually called “a coward” on national TV twice this week by respected journalist Michael Wilbon on the ESPN Network.

Or will HBO put it’s foot down and blackball this “coward” and all the shame his name and image represents, from ever fighting on the prestigious HBO channel untill he does what his family at HBO supposedly wants – step in the ring and box Manny Pacquiao.

Now that Mayweather has out and out betrayed the wishes of his HBO family which has made him a multi-millionaire superstar by showing all his handpicked fights for over a decade – “I love HBO” – what will the consequences be?

Will Ross Greenburg and HBO surrender once again to the “coward” Floyd Mayweather and continue to fork over millions for more lousy, boring, suspenseless sparring exhibitions against the likes of Judah, Matt Hatton, Nate Campbell, Tim Bradley or Saul Alvarez? (What would that make HBO if they cater and surrender to the wishes of “a coward?”)

Or will HBO have the cojones to say a big, loud F*** you to Al Haymon and Floyd Mayweather and tell them in clear and certain terms, We are not interested in televising any more Mayweather fights until he fights Manny Pacquiao. Go to Dubai, London, Showtime, go where ever the hell you want, we don’t want you or the Klitschko Brothers any more.

This is what must be done. This fight is too big, too important for the long term future of the sport. Let’s face it, nobody really cares to see Manny Pacquiao box Cotto or Margarito. People are tired of watching meaningless fights, they want to see THE BEST AGAINST THE BEST. Can’t Al Haymon understand this? Or does Al Haymon need to be removed from boxing and sent back to supposedly the music business? Music world, you can take him. or better yet, why did you get rid of him in the first place?

Nobody cares to see Mayweather fight anyone else but Pacquiao. Pacquiao vs. Mayweather is the fight that must be made next. It’s Ali-Frazier, Duran-Leonard, Hagler-Hearns all in one.
Baseball would not tolerate gambling by one of it’s most historic players and threw him out of the game permanently, never to pollute “America’s Pastime” again.

Now it’s boxing’s turn to throw out the man Michael Wilbon termed a “coward.” Floyd Mayweather, the greatest ducking dodger in boxing history, must never be allowed to pollute the great sport of professional boxing again with his lousy act of false bravado and pure cowardice – until he man’s up and gets in the ring to box with Manny Pacquiao, the man he clearly fears so much.

It’s time to take a hard stance. Floyd’s wasted everyone’s time for the last time. Throw out the bum and his co-horts, the good-for-nothings Haymon and Ellerbe. Boxing doesn’t need them anymore.

George Peterson on December 2, 2009 when asked to predict the outcome of Pacquiao vs. Mayweather: “It isn’t gonna happen. Some fights aren’t meant to be made.”

Now it’s Boxing and HBO’s turn to use that philosophy on Mayweather and Haymon. “You two ain’t gonna happen anymore. Cowards and their advisors aren’t meant to be made.”

Good riddance, coward. MMA, wrestling, 50 Cent, Dancing with the Stars, they can all have you. And do boxing a favor, don’t take a year or two off — go away and don’t ever come back. And take Haymon and Ellerbe with you. And let the door hit you on the way out.

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