Manny Punches Tosh.O

Did you guys catch Manny’s fight with Mosley? It was a joke. It was pretty evident Shane just wanted a paycheck. He danced backwards through every single round as Manny just chased him in circles. I feel for anyone that spent over $100.00 on  a ticket to this “Big Event” but, I’m sure you couldn’t even find a ticket for less than $500.00 The previous fight, with Arce, was actually better – that is – until Vazquez’s dad through in the towel!!! Oh, yes he did.  Mosley ripped off every fight fan in America with his pussy-footing around the ring that night. He did admit he was “surprise” by how powerful Manny’s punches were. It goes without saying that Manny Pacquiao is the best fighter in the world. Floyd Mayweather won’t even fight him and Floyd’s stupidly talented – a dick, but talented. So, what makes this video worth watching? Daniel Tosh, from Tosh.O, decides he can take a punch from Manny. See if he can….

 

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Leslie

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