With the win against hatton, is mayweather your pound4pound king?

@mensab (4204)
December 9, 2007 11:35am CST
mayweather eked an impressive win against unbeaten hatton. but many say that pacquiao is closely inching to be the pound4pound king. who is your pound4pound king? consider the recent fights of mayweather and pacquiao.
2 responses
@marabdl86 (615)
• United States
12 Dec 07
No doubth in my mind who the pound 4 pound king of boxing is. If Pacman and Mayweather foguht at a catchweight limit of 135, I have no doubth Maywetaher would win and possibly knock Pacman out with all respect. Mayweather had great power at the lower weights, we only can get a glimpse of that same power as he moved up in weight, and fortunatley in his last fight. The way he nullified Hattons famed body puches was spectacular. Hatton literally looked lost in knowing what the heck to do. Mayweather eventually started picking him off, which lead to Hatton being knocked out. Wish I could say I was impressed with the referring. joe Cortez kept getting in the way! It can only be worse for Pac Man. He sometimes comes swinging wildly with straight punches. Mayweather would see all of that coming from a mile away and catch him accordingly. Possibly knocking Pacquiao out sooner rather than later. Pound 4 ppound ratings are based on skill. Unfortunatley Pacman will never be P4p until Mayweather's skills start eroding and or when he retires.
@Phlamingho (7831)
• Denmark
10 Dec 07
I don't really know these boxers, I only fllow a little national boxing.
@mensab (4204)
• Philippines
11 Dec 07
from what country are you from? the boxers i mentioned, mayweather and pacquiao, are boxing superstars. anyway, i hope you watch more boxing and enjoy the game.