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McGregor did better than Pacquiao against Mayweather

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By Ponciano Melo – Both Manny Pacquiao and Conor McGregor neglected to stop Floyd Mayweather in every one of their separate sessions against the 50-0 fighter, yet Chael Sonnen accepts that the Irishman fared in a way that is better than the Filipino.
At the point when Pacquiao battled Mayweather in 2015, the two came into the session as the best dynamic fighters, and two of the best fighters ever.
After two years, Mayweather battled McGregor, who, as we as a whole know, is an MMA warrior who was making his boxing debut against Money.
Given Pacquiao and McGregor\’s boxing families, it appears to be very evident who would\’ve had the better shot at bringing down Mayweather. However, as indicated by ex-UFC star Chael Sonnen, it was Notorious who made a superior showing.
Sonnen stood up on why McGregor fared better against Mayweather, just as how the Irishman should battle Pacquiao next.
\”Pacquiao did much worse with Floyd than Conor did,\” he said, as per Daily Mail.
“If that\’s the only thing we have to compare it to, then let\’s do the fight. Manny Pacquiao? One of the best?
“All of those things are true but he\’s already done it once and he did it with Floyd, who\’s better than Pacquiao.
“I\’m just saying, we don\’t how good Conor is.”
At the point when you take a gander at McGregor and Pacquiao\’s numbers from their separate battles, the previous recorded an amazing 111 punches during his session, while the last landed only 81.
McGregor likewise won a couple of early adjusts and indicated numerous brief looks at guarantee, in any case, Pacquiao had the option to last the whole 12 rounds, in contrast to the Irishman, whose battle was halted in the tenth.

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Boston avoids sweep, gets one in Miami in Game 4

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Boston avoids sweep, gets one in Miami in Game 4

There will be no sweep in the Eastern Conference Finals as the Boston Celtics stole one in Miami in Game 4, 116-99.

Jayson Tatum delivered a huge game of 33 points, 11 rebounds, and seven assists to power the Celtics to Game 5 back in Boston.

They relied on a strong second half to win one with five more Celtics players scoring in double-digits.

Meanwhile, Jimmy Butler scored 29 for the Heat who still hold a commanding 3-1 series lead.

Butler, though, felt no pressure in the post-game interview as he believed Miami can win one on the road to close out the East Finals and set up a showdown to the already-waiting Denver Nuggets.

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Denver sweeps Lakers, makes first NBA Finals appearance

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Denver sweeps Lakers, makes first NBA Finals appearance

The Denver Nuggets finally reached their first NBA Finals appearance after holding off the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 4 of the West Finals, 113-111.

Nikola Jokic muscled his way for the eventual game-winning bucket as LeBron James missed two potential game-tying shots at the other end.

The former two-time MVP finished with yet another triple-double of 30 points, 14 rebounds, and 13 assists to conquer James’ 40-piece performance.

Denver ends the cinderella run of LA via sweep and whil making history for its franchise as well.

Jamal Murray, who had been balling in the series, added 25 markers while Aaron Gordon delivered 22.

The Nuggets will now wait to the winner of the Miami-Boston series where the Heat are up 3-0.

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Heat continues to spread as Miami takes 3-0 lead over Boston

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Heat continues to spread as Miami takes 3-0 lead over Boston

The wildfire Miami Heat have created continued to spread as they took care of business as home for a 128-102 win in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals.

Gabe Vincent and Duncan Robinson, both undrafted, delivered a sensational performance with 29 points and 22 respectively to put Miami one game away from returning to the NBA finals.

Jimmy Butler only had 16 markers but the fire he ignited for the rest of his teammates were burning as the Heat scored 30+ points in all four quarters.

Jayson Tatum and Jalen Brown were shut down with only 14 and 12 points apiece.

Game 4 is on Wednesday, still in Miami.

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