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How would you like to see that combination on a fighting card? Who do you think would actually take the win? I’d love to be the producer of a network television program, can you say “cha-ching?” I’d love to be the producer of a television network with the rights to a fight like this. The Pay-Per-View ratings would be instant money.
I’m not really sure how or why this escalated to such an online brawl, but here goes nothing. Both Shaq and Canseco were both watching the Floyd “Money” Mayweather fight with Robert Guerrero, and decided to use their Twitter accounts to voice their opinions of the fight. Shaq was the first to comment saying this: (Warning: Strong Language)
Here is Jose’s comments about the fight, perhaps not enjoying the quality of the brawl:
Then, Jose’ decided to throw this jab of a tweet at Shaq:
If you would like to know what the censored word is, it starts with “p” and rhymes with “wussy”. Of course, Shaq responds:
In case you are wondering what all that means, you need to remember Jose’ Canseco had a bout in the MMA. Take a look at this fight against Hong Man Choi (7’1” 350 lbs.). Canseco lost the fight in 75 seconds:
Okay, so now that you are caught up. Here’s Shaq throwing another jab before Canseco’s series of responses. Apparently, Jose’ really wants this fight to happen and so do I.
If you took a look at the video posted above, I think a fight between Shaq and Canseco would play out similar. If Canseco can keep the fight upright, he has a chance. If Shaq can get into some ground & pound, it would be lights out for Jose’. I want and would petition for someone to make this happen.
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