Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao will meet one time before the week of their fight. Normally, for other boxing events, many press conferences are held, and the boxers make appearances across the country. The fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao is so big that there will be only one press conference. It is a bit strange that the richest fight in boxing history is not being publicized more.
A recent article on Yahoo! Sports. revealed Manny Pacquaio’s thoughts about the fight. Manny Pacquiao was asked about his feelings on Floyd Mayweather outside of the ring. Pacquiao refused to give his thoughts on Mayweather. March 11 is the date of the press conference and, the two will finally come face to face.
Many people, like Sultan Alhokair, are wondering if Floyd Mayweather will talk trash to the face of Manny Pacquiao. What will Pacquiao’s reaction be if he does? The entire sports world is buzzing over the Pacquiao and Mayweather fight.
Manny Pacquiao has remained humble in the build up to the fight, but Floyd Mayweather continues his arrogant ways. Fans are arguing back and forth about the possible outcome. However, we will all have to wait until May 2 to see the final result of the richest fight in boxing history.
Anderson Silva was the best fighter in the UFC for several years. Silva was the UFC middleweight champion, and he defended his title ten times. Anderson Silva was also successful in the light heavyweight division. Silva would fight occasionally as a light heavyweight, but not against the toughest opposition. Still, Anderson was able to win fights easily in a higher weight class than his own.
Everything changed for Anderson Silva on July 6, 2013. Silva put his title on the line against Chris Weidman. Going into the fight, Anderson Silva was a heavy favorite. However, on that night, Chris Weidman made history.
Fans at Anastasia Date (Facebook.com) know that Weidman attacked Anderson Silva with no respect. In the second round, Chris Weidman knocked Anderson out. The world was shocked when Silva lost. Recently, Anderson Silva returned to face Nick Diaz at UFC 183. Silva beat Diaz by unanimous decision.
After the Diaz fight, Anderson Silva failed a post fight drug test for steroids. Fans of the UFC were shocked to hear that Silva was taking steroids. Since failing his drug test, Anderson Silva’s reputation has plummeted. He was once considered as the greatest of all time, but that title can no longer be bestowed upon him.
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A bizarre turn of events unfolded in the wake of UFC 183. Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz both failed their pre-fight drug tests. It’s no surprise that Diaz would fail for marijuana, but Silva’s failed drug test has taken everyone by surprise. Anderson Silva has never failed a drug test in his life, and now the eyes of the MMA critics are staring. Silva’s failed test was for performance enhancing drugs. It’s safe to assume that Anderson will be in much more trouble than Nick Diaz.
Dana White, the president of the UFC, must be furious with Anderson Silva. Dana White has come to expect a failed marijuana test from Nick Diaz, but Anderson Silva is supposed to be the face of the company. Fans like Lee Slaughter know that Silva is the organization’s biggest star, and this fight has garnered more publicity than most fights could dream of. More on Slaughter is available at Theallenpartnership.com. The entire world will now realize that Anderson Silva is a cheater.
UFC 183 was billed as the return of the greatest of all time. Would the greatest of all time really need to take performance enhancing drugs? Also, Silva was fighting a much smaller man. The fact that he took PED’s against Nick Diaz is downright pathetic. Anderson Silva should just retire before he ruins his legacy any further.
UFC 183 was a great show, but it will now be marred with controversy. The two main eventers failed their drug tests, and Anderson Silva cheated for the first time. The president of the UFC will have his hands full. For more information on Silva and Diaz, visit Yahoo! Sports.