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Floyd Mayweather VS Miguel Cotto – HBO Face Off with Max Kellerman

» 07 April 2012 » In Boxing, People » 1 Comment

Floyd Mayweather VS Miguel Cotto – HBO Face Off with Max Kellerman

This is one of the funniest ones I have seen.

Mayweather is constantly talking about gambling ad distracted.

Cotto is not shaken at all.

Both these guys like each other and have a ton of respect for each other on a boxing level.

Should be a great fight.

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Why Do Republicans Hate This, But Like This?

» 29 January 2012 » In Boxing, money » 6 Comments

Why Do Republicans Hate This, But Like This?

Why Do Republicans Hate This?

But like this?

Seriously, I don’t get it?

Is there a piece of the puzzle I am missing?

Please explain.

Bill Maher Breaks it Down

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. VS Victor Ortiz: Final Thoughts

» 14 January 2012 » In Boxing, Guide, People, Style » No Comments

Floyd Mayweather Jr. VS Victor Ortiz: Final Thoughts

Since I have finally got over my back injury and started sparring again, I have been watching a lot of Boxing tape.

Last night, I had the pleasure of watching Floyd Mayweather Jr. VS Victor Ortiz again:

Now, I have already given my thoughts on the fight.

However, upon watching the fight a second time, it only strengthens my views.

1. Floyd was completely controlling the fight. He was doting up Ortiz with almost every punch. Ortiz was only going to last 3 more rounds tops.

2. Ortiz was butting Mayweather constantly in the fight. He did it in the first. He did it in the second. The third and at least three times in the fourth before the “final headbutt”. Floyd didn’t complain the entire time. Now that’s G.

3. The Referee gave at least two verbal warnings for head butts prior to the “final headbutt”. There might have been three warnings.

4. Floyd’s Knockout punch was completely legit and shouldn’t have even been questioned by anyone. Especially when you consider what happened previous. Payback is a b*tch. I think James Brown said that.

It is amazing and a travesty that Floyd was thought of as the villian in this fight.

There was only one fighter who did anything wrong, and his name was Victor Ortiz.

Just kind of shows you where the world is at these days; backwards.

But then again, you got guys in America where skinny jeans and shirts with glitter in modern society.

So maybe it shouldn’t be a shock.

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Victor Ortiz VS Floyd Mayweather Highlights, Jim Rogers, Marc Faber, Goldman Sachs, Limelight and Chris Paciello

» 27 September 2011 » In Guide » 1 Comment

Victor Ortiz VS Floyd Mayweather Highlights, Jim Rogers, Marc Faber, Goldman Sachs, Limelight and Chris Paciello

That really was a nice Knockout.

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In Clubland news:

Ingrid Casares & Chris Paciello Back in Biz with The Light Group at the Delano?

If you believe the rumors, South Beach is about to go retro, back to the days when people actually danced at clubs, when real celebrities came to party because they wanted to and not for a carefully orchestrated, trite tabloid photo op, and when the words South Beach and hip together in the same sentence was anything but oxymoronic. That’s right, we have excellent sources telling us that the Captain and Tennille of 90s Miami nightlife, Chris Paciello and Ingrid Casares, are teaming up again, this time as partners in the food and beverage operations at the Delano left recently vacant by Jeffrey Chodorow, who was bought out by the hotel’s owners, Morgans Hotel Group, for $20 million.

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Chris Paciello back on South Beach scene at Delano

For the first time since he was released from federal prison five years ago, Miami Beach’s fallen nightscape overlord has returned to where it all started.

Chris Paciello, now 40 and described by some who have run into him as “subdued and humbled,” is settling down at the Delano Hotel.
He’ll be living there for the next few months as he works to give back to the legendary beachside resort its No. 1 ranking among hipsters and celebrities.

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Deja view: Mixed reviews on the return of Chris Paciello

Ever since we broke the news that old school South Beach club guy Chris Paciello was returning to his old stomping grounds and possibly reuniting with his former partner Ingrid Casares in the nightlife biz, the reactions have been as polarizing as the Tea Party vs. the Democrats only, instead of tea, it would be vodka. On one side you have the champions, cheerleaders and aging club kids who can overlook his past and subscribe to the Nostalgia Party (there’s already a Chris Paciello Fan Club and “Chris Paciello, The King Is Back” page on Facebook), while on the other side you have those who say it’s just wrong to glorify the return of someone with a criminal past—we’ll call them the Concerned Party. Both sides will argue back and forth over this until the lights come on in the new Light Group-sanctioned Delano hot spot, so there’s really no end to the debate.

Some say people are jealous or nervous that the reunion of the team some say made South Beach the nightlife capital it once was will ruin their own businesses, and others say that people are downright nervous in general, not for business purposes, but for reasons involving personal safety. It’s no secret Paciello had a violent past, for which he has served time in prison. It’s no secret that he had enemies, some who still live and work on South Beach. We spoke to nightlife veteran Gerry Kelly, currently serving as marketing and nightlife operator at Trio On the Bay, who worked with Paciello and wasn’t exactly BFF with the guy back in the day. “I was surprised to hear he was returning to Miami,” Kelly admitted. “I do believe we all learn from our experiences in life. Miami’s nightlife and entertainment culture has changed so much since the late 90s that we all have to adapt and change to keep up with the never ending new trends. The city is definitely big enough for everyone and I wish him the best.”

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‘Limelight’: The Rise And Fall Of The Church Of Rave

On Friday, a documentary ostensibly about the rise and fall of a one time club king named Peter Gatien opened in New York (it opens around the country next month). In the early to mid-1990s – the height of rave culture in the U.S. – Gatien owned the biggest clubs in New York City, including Limelight, which lived in a deconsecrated Episcopal Church in the Chelsea neighborhood. Today Gatien lives in Toronto, where he was deported in 2003 after pleading guilty to tax evasion. And Limelight has become a mall. It calls itself a “Festival of Shops.”

Much of the story told in Limelight will be familiar to readers of Clubland, a book chronicling mid-’90s nightlife written by Frank Owen, who covered Limelight at its height and followed its scandalous end in the pages of local alternative weekly the Village Voice. It certainly was to the documentary’s director, Billy Corben, who read the book as he was pursuing another documentary about the man who ran the biggest club in Miami in the mid-’90s. Owen appears frequently as a kind of expert witness in Limelight.

“I had read Clubland because of our interest in Chris Paciello and Liquid in South Beach, and the Miami angle,” says Corben, best known for 2006′s Cocaine Cowboys. Corben and producing partner Albert Spellman still intend to make a movie about Paciello. But first, they’ve made Limelight, which focuses on Gatien, the eye-patched Canadian nightclub impresario who owned Limelight, Palladium, Tunnel and Club U.S.A., who was brought to trial by the City of New York under mayor Rudolph Giuliani’s mid-’90s crime crackdown, alleging that Gatien was overseeing a massive drug ring in his clubs.

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Bruce Lee Advice for Victor Ortiz: Never Take Your Eyes Off Your Opponent

» 25 September 2011 » In Guide » 1 Comment

Bruce Lee Advice for Victor Ortiz: Never Take Your Eyes Off Your Opponent

Start watching at 1:34 (or watch the whole video)

“Never Take Your Eyes Off Your Opponent, even when you bow” - Bruce Lee

Victor Ortiz should have brushed up a little on his Bruce Lee before stepping in the ring with Floyd Mayweather.

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Floyd Mayweather Knocks Out Victor Ortiz in The Fourth

» 18 September 2011 » In Guide » 9 Comments

Floyd Mayweather Knocks Out Victor Ortiz in The Fourth

Floyd Mayweather Jr took the WBC welterweight title from Victor Ortiz with a fourth-round knockout on Saturday.

A few thoughts:

I was impressed by Mayweather’s performance. He was able to continually back up an opponent that was 10 years younger and weighed 14 pounds more in the ring.
(Mayweather came in weighing 150 pounds. While Ortiz rehydrated to 164.)

Now on to the finish:

The Headbutt

Mainstream media outlets talking about how “controversial” the finish was. The only thing “controversial” was Ortiz’s headbutt.

Ortiz’s headbutt was a ridiculous foul. Possibly on par with Andrew Golota or Mike Tyson’s “bite” move, but of course no one is talking about that.

Basically, Ortiz mentally self destructed. His headbutt was out of frustration, because he saw the writing on the wall.

I have said it before and I will say it again, Mayweather is a Master of Mental Warfare.

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People are talking about how Mayweather won dirty, but it wasn’t even dirty.

If you want to see How to Win Dirty, check out Pernell Whitaker: How to Win Dirty (interestingly enough, against Floyd’s uncle and trainer, Roger “The Black Mamba” Mayweather.)

When Mayweather dropped and finished Ortiz, it was when Ortiz was apologizing to Mayweather for the second time.

Mayweather had already accepted one apology, which is more than he had to do.

The second apology was unnecessary and at that point Mayweather thought correctly that it was “either him or me”.

And you best believe Mayweather didn’t think it was going to be “me”.

Anyone who thinks differently or that the move was dirty hasn’t been around boxing their entire life.

Let me take all the sports writers in the world to Boxing School:

First rule of boxing: Protect yourself at all times.

Second rule of boxing: When there is an advantage, you take it.

And it really shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone that has followed Mayweather’s career.

In recent memory, Mayweather dropped G Manifesto Hall of Fame Member, Arturo Gatti, when when he was talking with the referee. And Mayweather tagged Mosely when Mosely was jawing with the third man in the ring.

Mayweather is well versed in The Art of War.

Sportsmanship is something for little suburban kids on the soccer field.

This is Boxing.

This is Life.

And for anyone to say, “events like this tarish boxing”, doesn’t know their boxing history. Boxing has always has “crazy” controversial events and Boxing has always been a sport in “crisis”.

Hell, in recent history, when Riddick Bowe fought Evander Holyfield, someone parachuted into the ring:

In the “Golden Era of Boxing” opposing camps sometimes “drugged” their opponents water bottles.

I would say last night was pretty tame.

This, along with former three division champion Erik Morales (52-7, 36KOs) stopping previously undefeated Pablo Cesar Cano (22-1-1, 17KOs) is just another example of 70’s babies superiority over 80’s babies.

Mayweather’s Post fight Outburst:

For anyone that missed it:

“You never give me a fair shake, alright, so I am going to do you a favor and let you talk to Victor Ortiz,” Mayweather said. “You never give me a fair shake. You are [expletive] and HBO should fire you. You don’t know [expletive] about boxing. You ain’t sh*t.”

To which Larry Merchant responded:

“I wish I was 50 years younger,” said Merchant. “I would have kicked your *ss.”

This seemed like a pretty un-classy move for Floyd. Keep in mind though, that this tension between Mayweather and Merchant has been building up for years. Merchant has been incredibly biased toward Floyd, and I am somewhat surprised that this didn’t happen sooner.

Give Merchant credit for toughness though. Remember that Merchant is from Brooklyn.

Bottom line is that the general public will hate Floyd even more after this fight.

Which, if he can ever get in the ring with Manny Pacquiao will only add more fuel to a raging fire.

You have the ultimate villian (Mayweather) VS the ultimate good guy (Pacquiao).

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Floyd Mayweather Jr: The Pullback Counter Right

» 15 June 2011 » In Boxing, Game, Girls, People » 1 Comment

Floyd Mayweather Jr: The Pullback Counter Right

This is one of my favorite punches:

It really is a thing of beauty and perfection.

(This is the reason a lot of Floyd’s opponents “forget to use the jab” against him.)

However, I do it a little different, with a lead jab, pullback, then the right over top of the opponents jab. But that is neither high heels nor hacked up deals.

The Pullback Counter Right is kind of like The Salsa Swoop Move, of sorts.

Since with The Salsa Swoop Move, you “pull back” when you act like you don’t know salsa and you “land” the right over the top when you “pick it up quick”.

Make sense?

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Juan Manuel Marquez Stops Michael Katsidis in Modern Day Classic

» 01 December 2010 » In Boxing, Dope, People » No Comments

Juan Manuel Marquez Stops Michael Katsidis in Modern Day Classic

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Juan Manuel Marquez retained his WBA and WBO lightweight titles with a bruising ninth-round technical knockout of Michael Katsidis on Saturday night.

Marquez bided his time in the decisive round before hitting Katsidis with a flurry of punches — a series of uppercuts and straight rights that had the challenger backing away.

Finally, referee Kenny Bayless stopped the fight at 2 minutes and 14 seconds, giving Marquez (52-5-1, 37 KO) a TKO over the rugged Katsidis.

“We knew it was going to be a difficult bout. It was so difficult he even surprised me,” Marquez said afterward through a translator.

The surprise? Katsidis (27-3) knocked Marquez to the mat with a left hook in the third round after the champ left himself wide-open.

Not surprising? This was one heck of a fight.

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Some thoughts:

Both Juan Manuel Marquez and Michael Katsidis are always worth the price of admission. (Michael Katsidis is the world’s best answer to the tragic passing of G Manifesto Hall of Fame Member Arturo Gatti, Click Here to watch Arturo “Thunder Gatti VS Irish” Micky Ward Trilogy Fight Video) Putting them together in the same ring was a no-brainer all action fight, like I said it would be.

Katsidis dropped Marquez with such a classic left hook it was unbelievable. Katsidis also has one of the strangest short right hands on the inside I have ever seen. Not that effective.

Juan Manuel Marquez is an incredibly accurate puncher. Especially on the inside or while backing up under pressure. It makes it all the more amazing that Mayweather was able to make him miss so much during their fight.

Marquez’s left hook to the body is a thing of violent beauty. Puro Mexicano.

HBO Boxing: Juan Manuel Marquez vs. Michael Katsidis Highlights (HBO)

However, the best thing Marquez does is he stays so calm when he is under tremendous pressure. He actually loves it and is at his best in this position. This is the reason he arguably beat Manny Pacquiao both times. And the reason he was shut out by Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

If we can’t get Floyd Mayweather, Jr. VS Manny Pacquiao, I would be certainly happy with Juan Manuel Marquez VS Manny Pacquiao III.

Top 4 Pound for Pound Fighters in The World

1. Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Manny Pacquiao (tie)
3. Sergio Martinez
4. Juan Manuel Marquez

And there you have it.

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