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Old 10-05-2012, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Phantomas View Post
Who knows?, Martínez could come too drained and weak, or too big and strong for those guys... and of course too good for Canelo. Pirog and Golovkin are better fights, Martínez needs to risk something soon if he wants to become hof... I´m even thinking of Ward, Martínez was 176 pounds last fight so a match at 168 doesn´t sound crazy.
Martinez too big and strong for Canelo? Canelo rehydrates anywhere from 164-170. And I've read that Martinez weighed 167 unofficially, not 176. The size difference was quite apparent in the ring between Chavez and Martinez. If Sergio was 176, then wtf was Chavez?

Ward/Martinez has already been put to rest by both fighters, please don't bring it up.
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