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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

    British fighters suck and make excuses. I get it.
    You've got that backwards. American and Mexican fighters suck, which is why they cheat everyone or don't fight due to cowardice. Their resumes alone can account for it.

    You should see all the Americans and the rest of the Mexicans with their carefully picked fights. It's none stop. But i see you hate the truth being picked out so you can't run with your narrative like you do. If i were to ask you which fights were straight down the line, you'd struggle badly and would look to deflect like always. Enjoy your fraud though, it matches your personalities. You just get crushed by the truth when it happens so just run away and mouth off the vast majority of the time.

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  • ShoulderRoll
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    Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

    Those outside who know how to score a fight. Froch has been laughed at many a time for poor scoring.

    How many times do i have to tell you about the advantages the Mexican fighters had when they fought over here?

    Estrada was prime and at his natural weight against a smaller and past his best Gonzales. Gonzales still won though.
    Berchelt had the advantage when he fought a smaller fighter in Valdez, although he was still clearly beaten.
    Canelo against everyone.
    Zepeda had ring time against Baranchyk when Baranchyk had been out for over a year.
    Lara had 5 fights with Warrington fighting zero fights in the 16 months he last fought.
    Ramirez will get the advantage of having Taylor having only 1 round in 19 months.

    You get the picture. Although you play these f3cking deranged games and pretend otherwise.

    Calling a Canelo opponent a diva because they didn't want to get f3cked over like everyone else does is the height of irony. They had agreed on 22 foot, but Canelo changed it at the last minute to the smallest you can have in a championship fight which is 18 foot. Nice try though.
    British fighters suck and make excuses. I get it.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

    You said those outside of North America aren't extremist or biased like crazy and know how to score a fight. Last I checked Carl Froch ticks all those boxes.




    Mexicans have an advantage all the time? Like when they go into England as underdogs and upset the home fighter?

    Or like when they give a diva Englishman a 22 foot ring?
    Those outside who know how to score a fight. Froch has been laughed at many a time for poor scoring.

    How many times do i have to tell you about the advantages the Mexican fighters had when they fought over here?

    Estrada was prime and at his natural weight against a smaller and past his best Gonzales. Gonzales still won though.
    Berchelt had the advantage when he fought a smaller fighter in Valdez, although he was still clearly beaten.
    Canelo against everyone.
    Zepeda had ring time against Baranchyk when Baranchyk had been out for over a year.
    Lara had 5 fights with Warrington fighting zero fights in the 16 months he last fought.
    Ramirez will get the advantage of having Taylor having only 1 round in 19 months.

    You get the picture. Although you play these f3cking deranged games and pretend otherwise.

    Calling a Canelo opponent a diva because they didn't want to get f3cked over like everyone else does is the height of irony. They had agreed on 22 foot, but Canelo changed it at the last minute to the smallest you can have in a championship fight which is 18 foot. Nice try though.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by NachoMan View Post

    First off, you require emergency remedial training in scoring boxing if you had BJS up at any point in the contest. Second, that "unfortunate uppercut" was quite intentional. BJS didn't lose due to any kind of bad luck.
    So Canelo has been able to end a fight in one fell swoop by damaging an opponents eye with one shot before? That's why it's an unfortunate uppercut.

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  • ShoulderRoll
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    Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

    I'm sorry, i didn't know Carl Froch was the international judge of choice and the one true voice of all that is true and a scoring genius.

    My apologies.
    You said those outside of North America aren't extremist or biased like crazy and know how to score a fight. Last I checked Carl Froch ticks all those boxes.


    Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

    You believe being at a disadvantage in not having enough time to prepare is neither here nor there? You should look into the advantages Mexican and American fighters have all the time to see why they seek them out. If you can't find these advantages, i'm very happy to point them all out to you. You can also see what the results are too. Which is the very reason they're sought after out in the first place. When they don't exist, they lose nearly every time. Hell, they lose quite a lot even with the advantages. I'll happily point out to you those fights also.

    Billy being hit on the elbows and arms was draining Billy? Yeah, that never happened either. Canelo went head hunting because he knew he wasn't hitting the body with clean shots. Billy also took Canelo's jab away. Canelo then started winding big shots up and missing badly. His punch count was way down. I advise you to watch the fight again. But this time, with your eyes open. It does help.

    Billy wasn't the one tiring either. It was Canelo. Billy however was in a groove and taking over the fight. Missing big punches and looking like an idiot will tire a fighter out. But Canelo was desperate to have an effect on Billy that he hadn't had yet. Which is why he was hoping to land a big shot upstairs to give him some hope.
    Mexicans have an advantage all the time? Like when they go into England as underdogs and upset the home fighter?

    Or like when they give a diva Englishman a 22 foot ring?

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by Tonyu View Post

    Sorry bud I disagree with you, Smith was outclassed even if he had longer to train you could see he was scared it wasn't even competitive. Saunders in my opinion was not up on the score cards he was tapping Canelo and had no power to earn Canelo's respect. Everytime Canelo hit him to the body you could see the energy been drained. I had Canelo 5 - 3 up on the score cards and BJS was tiring.

    I'm not saying he must go with a losing mentality but his not even got a top 20 opponent on his resume to even throw his name in the hat. There's no money in this fight and Canelo's a PPV fighter now, this fight will never sell. If Warren wants Parker to get a shot put him on a Canelo undercard with a big name opponent and he needs to shine otherwise his just making a noise.
    You believe being at a disadvantage in not having enough time to prepare is neither here nor there? You should look into the advantages Mexican and American fighters have all the time to see why they seek them out. If you can't find these advantages, i'm very happy to point them all out to you. You can also see what the results are too. Which is the very reason they're sought after out in the first place. When they don't exist, they lose nearly every time. Hell, they lose quite a lot even with the advantages. I'll happily point out to you those fights also.

    Billy being hit on the elbows and arms was draining Billy? Yeah, that never happened either. Canelo went head hunting because he knew he wasn't hitting the body with clean shots. Billy also took Canelo's jab away. Canelo then started winding big shots up and missing badly. His punch count was way down. I advise you to watch the fight again. But this time, with your eyes open. It does help.

    Billy wasn't the one tiring either. It was Canelo. Billy however was in a groove and taking over the fight. Missing big punches and looking like an idiot will tire a fighter out. But Canelo was desperate to have an effect on Billy that he hadn't had yet. Which is why he was hoping to land a big shot upstairs to give him some hope.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by sege64 View Post

    I'm a Brit, and I didn't give BJS a single round. Canelo's body shots were damaging and BJS's powder puff punches were not effective against Canelo at all. His jab wasn't allowing him to dictate the distance or keep Canelo off him, it was worthless. The first 3 rounds in particular were an embarrassment with BJS looking like he was running for his life.
    You are seriously suggesting the crowd were boing Canelo who was constantly coming forward and trying to make the fight and not BJS who spend the majority of the time running for his life?! That's revisionist history at it's finest.
    You really need to watch the fight again. Billy was right in front of Canelo for most of the fight. Yet you say i'm the revisionist?

    You also can't score a fight at all. To not give a single round to Billy, even though he won 2 or 3 rounds clearly, is either incompetence or an agenda.

    Lets hope you paid for the fight on DAZN and have another chance to watch the replay in HD to refresh a clearly faulty memory.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

    Carl Froch had it 5-2 for Canelo.

    Even though Canelo let the diva Saunders have a 22 foot ring.
    I'm sorry, i didn't know Carl Froch was the international judge of choice and the one true voice of all that is true and a scoring genius.

    My apologies.

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  • !-1
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    I'd like to see Zach Parker in with someone decent before he fights someone like Canelo, otherwise it will be a huge leap in quality of opponent.

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  • NachoMan
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    Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

    Callum and Saunders were good, but Canelo put an advantage against Callum by only giving him 3 weeks to train. Saunders was winning on my card before an unfortunate uppercut damaged his eye in one fell swoop. But this guy Parker, doesn't stand a chance in hell. I'm not impressed at all. I don't even know if he's fringe level. I'd pick fringe level Ryder to beat him, and beat him good.

    Also, who goes into a ring with anyone claiming they're going to lose?
    First off, you require emergency remedial training in scoring boxing if you had BJS up at any point in the contest. Second, that "unfortunate uppercut" was quite intentional. BJS didn't lose due to any kind of bad luck.

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