ArMAYgeddon 2012: Life In A World Without Perfection After Cotto vs. Maywether
It’s Sunday morning, May 6, 2012. You shuffle a bit looking for a comfortable spot on the basement couch, knowing that one doesn't exist. What's the point anyway? Not only did you not sleep a wink last night, but you don't feel much like getting out of bed this morning anyway. In fact, you're not even certain that the sun rose today, or that the knocking you're hearing at the basement door isn’t as least two of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. The world as you knew it mere hours ago is no more.
That's right: Floyd Mayweather Jr. lost last night to Miguel Cotto.
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Perhaps this may be somewhat of a stretch. But, for many of my peers--and to some extent myself--end times seems just as likely to present itself come Sunday as would be a world where Floyd Mayweather Jr. lives and breathes with a blemish on his professional record. Of course, our collective assumpt...