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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

TIME MAGAZINE Cover Parodies of FLOYD MAYWEATHER, JR. & OSCAR DE LA HOYA

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Artist Ryan Quero has created Photoshop parodies on Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Oscar de la Hoya after pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao has graced the cover of the prestigious TIME magazine in its Asian edition.


Quero calls his magazine 'IT's ME', a slick play of letters on the name of renown magazine and because, he says, the boxers "appear so full of themselves."

Mayweather, who had been criticized by all and sundry for always picking an opponent that has little chance of beating him to preserve his immaculate record and by bragging himself to be filthy rich, lands on the magazine cover holding bundles of cash with the title 'The Great Hoax'.

De La Hoya, who was brutally stopped by Pacquiao in the 8th round of their Dec. 6, 2008 'dream match' encounter and who has consistently said in interviews that Pacquiao does not punch hard and that the Filipino dynamo did not hurt him, lands on the cover with a disfigured face he wore during the Pacquiao fight with a title 'Manny did not hurt me'.

Pacquiao has been hugging the headlines and got rave reviews for appearing on the cover of TIME magazine in the lead up for his megafight with WBO welterweight champion Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico slated this Saturday (Sunday in Manila) at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. De La Hoya has predicted a win by Cotto over Pacquiao while Mayweather would be an interested bystander because the winner of the Saturday event could become his next opponent.

Article source: Philboxing.com

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