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Old 10-08-2012, 09:49 AM
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Originally Posted by FlatLine View Post
I think it's got more to do with Khan than anything else, the guy literally wants to fight the best, remember he chased Bradley for a year and at the time Khan and Bradley were considered the best in the division, but of course Bradley refused to take the Khan fight in the end.

Khan gets a lot of credit from me, he's a true warrior even when he got knocked down with that great shot from Garcia he was still trying to dig deep and fight back. I think most people wouldn't have got up the way that shot landed.


Dude is a real fighter, wants the best, gets hurt and wants to throw back. All that despite the fact he can't take a punch and has ****ty defense.

Khan>Canelo
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