Amir Khan got blasted out of there by Danny Garcia on Saturday, putting the sport of boxing on blast. Khan had big things in mind for his future, including a potential showdown with Floyd Mayweather, JR.
Well while Mr. Pound for Pound is busy trying not to drop the soap in jail, Manny Pacquiao is looking ahead to a potential showdown with Timothy Bradley in a rematch or Juan Manuel Marquez. Pacquiao has lost much of his luster after the loss to Bradley, but the leaches known as “groupie writers” have not lost their love. They are lost in love as Air Supply would say, and they continue to demand that Pacquiao be proclaimed God. I would suggest he keep it in my pants before he gets that distinction.
Now the response to my “Groupie Confessions” Series has been amazing. The amount of people out there sick and tired of suck up Pacquiao articles is huge and they all want this fluff, suck up, knob job sort of journalism to cease. This demand has forced some so-called writers to step forward and try to make right in the business by confessing their boxing sins. Here is another self proclaimed “widely respected” boxing writer, and his confession:
“I guess I want to be different than the others that have confessed and try to explain to you just why I am what I am. I guess I just went through life, working menial job after menial job, always overlooked for promotions and always insulted by people that were far more intelligent than I. That treatment led me to my comfort food and my first woman, known as “Little Debbie.” I am celibate and it’s not by choice. I want to be 100% honest here and say that I have made whoopee to a whoopee pie and I’m not proud of it.
I worked website after website and wrote about boxing and then I made my way to Wildcard Gym and met Freddie Roach and Manny Pacquiao. He was just a young child selling cigarettes and now he was the king of the world. He was loved and respected and I wanted that so badly. I began clinging to him and Roach and wrote about them all of the time. I would defend him no matter what and then send the articles by an alias email address to the two and say something like: ‘this guy’s on your side. He’s really cool,” or something like that. I was a sham.
I am confessing this now as I munch on some Nutter Butters and hope that the boxing world will forgive me. I don’t know what else to write, but I will do my best. I am asking that you, the boxing fans, will come forward through this site and give me a new topic to write about. PLEASE!”
The man has asked for your help. The poll below is your chance to do so…