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Written By, Clifford-Santa Monica Look. A perfect idiot can see that Floyd is the best in his weight class or any other, likely. But if he doesn’t fight Manny Pacquiao before his career is over (or even if he waits until Manny is in a wheel chair before he DOES), he can finish 180-0 and (fair or not) all he’ll be remembered for by fans and boxing historians alike is the fact that for whatever reason he refused to fight the worthiest opponent of his time—FOR YEARS……….Is finishing a career with an undefeated record worth that??
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