Fights Pac and wins - is 50 million richer and ends with an awesome resume, an unbeaten record and is remembered as an all time great and definately the greatest fighter of the last 20 years.
Fights Pac and loses - is 50 million richer, can always earn more money with a rematch (if he loses you can bet it will have been a close fight), wins people's respect by taking the fight and manning up
Doesn't fight Pac - is 50 million poorer and everyone remembers him as a ducking piece of chicken shit who couldn't take the final step and answer everyones questions.
fights someone else - pointless, there's no one else out there that represents what pac does.
Floyd also has 50million legal problems, his head is so far away from boxing right now, and there's still the issue of drug testing. He's just rejected 50million to fight Pac, and allegedly demanded 100million.
The only real challenge out there for both fighters is sergio martinez IMO, but he's a middleweight.
Didn't see Ortiz's display against Berto recently but it sounded impressive enough.
He won't lay a finger on Floyd though, even Lamont Peterson managed to outbox Ortiz, he was lucky to escape with a draw in that one.
Martinez versus Floyd is possible at 154, but Martinez versus Pac would be unworkable seen as Pac has been weighing in 2 pound under the weight limit of 145 for his last few fights. It would be cruelty if Martinez was forced to weigh in at anything less than 152.
The card at the O2 arena in TCOTU, which this week has taken a pounding with cleverley's opponent changing twice!
James De Gale vs George Groves - Super Middleweight British Title
Can't look past De Gale in this one, I saw Groves in his fight in America and the one against Kenny Anderson and neither were straight forward, De Gale will be too quick on his feet for Groves and whilst Groves is one determined guy, De Gale looks far too skillfull and will box circles around him, eventually grinding him down. DeGale TKO10.
Nathan Cleverly vs Aleksy Kuziemski - WBO World Light Heavyweight Title
Was gutted when Braemer pulled out and even more gutted when Bellew pulled out, both would have been great fights, instead we get a short nottice opponent who no one knows amnything about. This guy Kuziemski got knocked out by Braemer after 11 rounds so look for a truly pissed Cleverlly to try and knock him out sooner, and get even more pissed off when he can't, Clev by a wide UD.
Then for anyone who can be arsed staying up and catching a strream we've got two awesome fights from Montreal....
Chad Dawson vs Adrian Diancou, Light Heavyweight
Dawsons probablly the best in the division, certainly skills wise, he just had an off night against Pascal, I reckon he'll come stormin back against Diancou who is fairly limited. Dawnson TKO after 5. Jean Pascal vs Bernard Hopkins, Undisputed Light Heavyweight World Title
Hopkins was completely robbed by the judges in there first match so hopefully 6 months later he's still got enough in the tank to become the oldest world champion of all time at 46! He keeps himself in great shape all the time and so I would be surprised if in the intervening six months he's suddenly lost it. Pascal needs another blazing start like in there last fight and he needs to keep that pressure up as soon as you give Hopkins any space he'll enhabit that space and won't move, which is what happened in there last fight when he pretty much won every round in the last two thirds of the fight, yet somehow managed only a draw. Obviously engineered so they could make a money spinning rematch