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During Mountain West Tournament They Re-Enact Mayweather-Pacquaio Fight. Freakin HILARIOUS

During the Mountain West Tournament against Fresno State versus New Mexico these collegiate baseball players re-enact the Floyd Mayweather versus Manny Pacquiao fight during a rain daily. We find many ways players and fans find time to kill during a rain delay. As you know, rain delays can be a bore, especially for the fans who payed their hard earned money to watch a baseball game such as this. But once in awhile the athlete’s ego is put aside and their is at least a few pure sports lovers who genuinely still love the game. This is a perfect example of that. Take a glance at this awesome team simply loving the game while the rain drops fall among them.

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The players re-enacted the infamous bout between boxers Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao fight that happened a few weeks ago in Las Vegas. From Mayweather’s tactical hugging, exceptional unbreakable defensive skills against Pacquiao’s southpaw haymakers where the players from each team nailed it down to a T.
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