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  • PunchyPotorff
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    Originally posted by james240 View Post
    Yer making fun of someone dead daughter who died of cancer on twitter is a great human being. Idiot.
    No argument on either side dissing another fighter being a bad move. It is. I do think most of BJS taunting is to promote himself as invincible, and/or to sell tickets to a fight. Having said that, I don't think anyone should be in the biz of either wishing injury on a fighter or being pleased 'karma' took it's course. Yes, Saunders has been outta line at times for his remarks, but IMO it isn't an excuse to be happy he's been seriously injured. That's a no-win situation all around.

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  • elfag
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    Originally posted by Lefty0616 View Post
    Folks really are trying to paint the picture that this fight was closer than it was. While the fight was competitive, I saw it the way the judges did. Canelo was up 6 rounds to 2 (or 5 rounds to 3 at best). Saunders was no match for Canelo. He doesn't have power and he isn't as sharp of a puncher as Canelo. Once he felt Canelo's power after Canelo stepped up the pressure, his heart left the fight. I knew he wasn't going to come out for the 9th round. There was a point where the cut man used the ins-swell to reopen Saunders eye. He still was looking for his corner to stop the fight, which they did. They say he suffered multiple fractures, and he most likely did, but Canelo took his will to continue the fight. Saunders proved to be a contender, but not a world class champion. His career at the top will tumble....as he continues to fight other world class fighters with power.


    This. Saunders won some of the middle rounds but Canelo had this fight regardless of broken orbital bone. Nobody has really won rounds against canelo since jacobs and GGG so people were getting over hyped. That body attack canelo put in throughout the fight was money in the bank and lets say the orbital bone didnt crack, it still means that canelo eliminated Saunders ability to use his bend at the waist duck to evade further punches. Canelo was solving him and shutting down his options, while being far fresher of the two, while ahead on cards and continuing to walk him down.

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  • james240
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    Originally posted by PunchyPotorff View Post

    What a disgusting attitude to have toward another human being. SMH
    Yer making fun of someone dead daughter who died of cancer on twitter is a great human being.

    Idiot.

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  • PunchyPotorff
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    Originally posted by james240 View Post
    Karma really does exist normally i would feel sorry for fighters getting serious facial injuries.
    BUT BJS is a despicable and ordinary human being so this is like the universe getting back to Saunders.
    What a disgusting attitude to have toward another human being. SMH

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  • Eff Pandas
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    Originally posted by ReggieKray View Post

    It's nice that you are wishful thinking, but you are seriously undermining the injury he sustained. He could have lost his eye sights..
    I'm not undermining anything. I was working on the assumption he does decide his own fate in boxing after this fight. If his injury doesn't allow for his return than obviously my stance isn't even in play.

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  • Toffee
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    Originally posted by ReggieKray View Post

    Look closely, BJS was saying he couldn't go on. They are making it seem like it was his corner but BJS was telling them he couldn't see and that there was something wrong and he couldn't continue. Why would anyone believe that BJS would try to convince his corner to continue. Especially now knowing how grave his injuries were.

    Medically explained here: https://youtu.be/cEshBdFqsg4
    The defining line between the corner pulling him and him being a part of it isn't quite that pronounced. It's just a few leading questions and then you do it for him.

    As opposed to sending him out and making the poor bastard take loads of punishment, risk serious consequences, and eventually get to the point of taking a knee. I'll never understand how Dubois' team could do that to him.

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  • ReggieKray
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    Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post

    Despite most here opinions I think BJS plans post-Canelo involved defending belts & a rematch with Canelo not having surgery for a fooked up orbital. He's definitely been guarding his lottery ticket, as I think most would & do, but now that he cashed in that ticket I don't necessarily see him walking away. Maybe this L lights a fire under his ass to take all his fights more seriously from here out or maybe he does decide he's made enough money & does walk. I think all that sh^t is more unknown than known still. I mean there is still paydays post-Canelo. Could even decide to move to 175 to try to become a 3 division title holder. Mainly doe I think he's worse than only a handful of folks that are reasonable opposition so he can still wins fights & make money boxing for a few more years if he chooses to.
    It's nice that you are wishful thinking, but you are seriously undermining the injury he sustained. He could have lost his eye sights..

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  • ReggieKray
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    Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
    I don't believe that shit! It sounds like more spin from fast Eddie. I need more proof. The guy just quit plain and simple.
    His eye socket turned a deep red right after that punch landed. That sht doesn't happen instantly unless there is something seriously wrong. Don't you find it strange that BJS wasn't able to throw any punches after that. Canelo and BJS both knew it was a grave injury right after impact.

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  • ReggieKray
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    Originally posted by macmike100 View Post
    You all can say this or say that but what in the heck was in Alvarez's gloves to do that? If it's just power, it's very surprising power. Makes me wonder what keeps his hands from breaking with such power. He is truly a big puncher with power if everything is up and up. If so, he's a great fighter. Or do English fighters just have weak faces? On to Plant.
    I think Canelo's punch was a constant in this. I think the real issue was the stupid angle BJS put himself into by swinging his face straight down into Canelo's knuckle and where he could not see it coming. It's also important to note that Zygomatic bone injuries are common and happen in all weight classes. Naoya Inoue injured his a couple of fights ago at Bantam weight.

    The Zygomatic bone is the most injury prone on the face and especially if you are stupidity putting your face in a horrible angle to take a full on uppercut at full force.


    Here is a medical video that shows you some details of BJS injury: https://youtu.be/cEshBdFqsg4

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  • ReggieKray
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    Originally posted by Toffee View Post
    His corner pulled him out. Definitely the right thing to do.

    Dubois' corner didn't. They put a young man into a position where he had to take a knee and quit.

    I hope Dubois' watched that and thought about his corner, rather than the comments by Billy Joe.
    Look closely, BJS was saying he couldn't go on. They are making it seem like it was his corner but BJS was telling them he couldn't see and that there was something wrong and he couldn't continue. Why would anyone believe that BJS would try to convince his corner to continue. Especially now knowing how grave his injuries were.

    Medically explained here: https://youtu.be/cEshBdFqsg4
    Last edited by ReggieKray; 05-10-2021, 06:38 AM.

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