Found July 02, 2012 on Sports Report 360:

Many fans of boxing have been clamoring to see a mega boxing match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao because of the contrast of styles, but it is pretty clear that “Money” has far too great a reach advantage to be in serious jeopardy of losing that fight.  However, Andre Ward is a fighter who boxing purists understand is certainly capable of putting a blemish on the record of “Money May.”

While, Chad Dawson could certainly end up beating AW in September, the Bay Area ”Son Of God” has all the tools necessary to beat FM inside the squared circle. Ward can talk the talk, has the boxing smarts, hunger, toughness, length, quickness and is just reaching his prime at 28.. 

The truth is Floyd Mayweather (43-0) sees far too much of himself in Andre Ward (25-0) to take this fight because he knows deep down he would likely lose.  It is just another unfortunate example of  boxing not giving fans what they would really like to see, which is “Money May” lose a boxing match.

1 Comment:
  • I guess people want to see Floyd lose so bad they will have him fight one of the Klitschko brothers just to see that 0 off his record..... Damn shame a man thats been beating guys at 147 with a trip now & then to 154 have to go up in wieght for all these cry babies to be satisfied. Sorry not going to happen & he's still the best boxer of this era..........

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