Jack Loew of Youngstown’s South Side Boxing Gym doesn’t believe that Manny Pacquiao can defeat the unbeaten American boxer and current Pound For Pound King Floyd Mayweather Jr.if the fight happens next year. In one of his conversations with Percy Crawford of Fight Hype this morning, Oct. 11, 2014, Jack confirmed that he is doubting the ability of the Filipino ring icon if he faces Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the boxing ring.
Based on his observation, an A-level fighter like Floyd is very difficult for Manny to handle when they meet in the boxing ring. “Mayweather is an A-level fighter, so how would Manny Pacquiao approach that fight,” Jack Loew commented. Jack Loew also commented on the possible result of a Floyd Mayweather Jr-Manny Pacquiao bout if the two fighters decided to meet in the boxing ring two or three years ago, and based on his analysis, Floyd would get his first knockout loss if he agreed to fight Manny during those years.
“Two years to three years ago, right before Pacquiao got knocked out, honestly I'm wondering what Pacquiao would do against a top-notch fighter like Floyd because that knockout he took against Marquez, that shit effects fighters right there,” Jack continued. His observation regarding the possible result of the fight between Floyd and Manny two or three years ago is the subject of conversation of the netizens this evening.
Some of them believe that Jack really hit the right button when he chose the "PacMan" as the possible winner if the fight happened some years ago, however, others still remain undecided. But while some of the netizens are talking about Jack’s revelation during his conversation with Percy Crawford of Fight Hype, other people are busy talking about the reasons why the negotiations between the two elite fighters on the planet have failed.
For Jason Strong, one of the Facebook users who also commented on the issue, Manny’s excuses on blood testing is the reason why until now their mega fight is still a dream. On the other hand, Jonathan Callaway believes that Floyd’s never ending demand is the only reason why the fight fans remain thirsty.