Like a Snake charmer plays a flute to hypnotize his King Cobra, so too felt one 'Bam Bam' on a recent night in Macau, China as 'Pacman' played the role of a grand musical maestro, parlaying whatever rhythmatic beats he wanted through his mesmerized foe.
Recently, speaking with Gabriel Montoya from our sister site MaxBoxing.com, Brandon 'Bam Bam' Rios explained how he was mesmerized (kind of tunnel vision) by Manny 'Pacman' Pacquiao's speed to the point of being “mind-f*cked”!
“Because honestly, after the second round, I got frustrated I just, like…once you get mind-f*cked in a fight, you lose the fight. You lose everything you have to do. You forget about the game plan; you forget about everything because you're mind-f*cked."
Rios went on to add: "I was just like stuck, so that's what happened. We had a great game plan going in. I was executing it in the gym. I was doing everything. I was doing a great job. Then all of a sudden and I get to the fight and we were doing great out there. We were out there for two weeks and I was still sparring and everything. I was still doing a great job still and then on fight night, I fought him; after the first round, I got a little bit confused. And then the second round, I was just totally mind-f*cked. I just, it just seemed like everything I'd throw, I was going to get countered. Every time I tried to do something, I was going to get caught. I really got mind-f*cked. It’s just one of those things. I fought one of the best southpaws in the world and not just a southpaw but one who is one of the best in the world, so f*ck it.”
For more of what Rios had to say regarding his battle with Pacquiao and other topics, visit MaxBoxing (linked at the top of this page) or check with our Boxing news wire on our home page (DoghouseBoxing.com) as well as our archives for Feb 4, 2014 at: Archive / News Wire
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