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  • Bronx2245
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    Originally posted by kushking View Post

    You do realize Jacobs was mando to ggg & they still took over a yr to negotiate right? Wilder fighting Fury was a rare occurrence when it was worth doing a joint deal with Top Rank,& Fury wasn't a champion & wasn't thought of as any way a risk for Al,he knew worst case Wilder gets outboxed & had a rematch clause.(I'm sure that the Plant fight can happen but only because Plant is not a prized asset by Haymon,& Al will be desperate to cash him in)
    This is so ridiculous! The IBF Super Middleweight Champion is not a prized asset? LMAO!

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  • kushking
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    Originally posted by Bronx2245 View Post
    The point is Al Haymon does not "protect" his champions! Wilder fought Fury TWICE! Jacobs fought GGG on HBO! Canelo will be fighting Plant next for the IBF title!
    You do realize Jacobs was mando to ggg & they still took over a yr to negotiate right? Wilder fighting Fury was a rare occurrence when it was worth doing a joint deal with Top Rank,& Fury wasn't a champion & wasn't thought of as any way a risk for Al,he knew worst case Wilder gets outboxed & had a rematch clause.(I'm sure that the Plant fight can happen but only because Plant is not a prized asset by Haymon,& Al will be desperate to cash him in)

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  • Bronx2245
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    Originally posted by kushking View Post

    Actually Jacobs was Jr champ. And fury was fat & outta shape which is why Wilder wanted it more than AJ.(even IF AJ ducked before that,he offered him 100 mil after 1st match)
    The point is Al Haymon does not "protect" his champions! Wilder fought Fury TWICE! Jacobs fought GGG on HBO! Canelo will be fighting Plant next for the IBF title!
    Last edited by Bronx2245; 05-17-2021, 02:58 AM.

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  • kushking
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    Originally posted by Bronx2245 View Post
    Danny Jacobs was WBA Champ when he fought GGG! Wilder was WBC Champ when he fought Tyson Fury...TWICE!
    Actually Jacobs was Jr champ. And fury was fat & outta shape which is why Wilder wanted it more than AJ.(even IF AJ ducked before that,he offered him 100 mil after 1st match)

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  • Bronx2245
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    Originally posted by SplitSecond View Post

    I did answer. 'PBC does not let others near their champions'. Do I have to explain the implications of that comment?

    This is how careers usually go, gimme fights, gimme fights, champonship, unification. Is PBC or anyone else supossed to hand gimme fights to build others prospects? They dont let anyone near a belt of theirs if they have any say on it. But others let them at their belts, thus your examples....

    At this point everyone can see this. You're just being dishonest scraping for outliers.

    Not to mention the highly ranked fighters PBC keeps locked away from others so they can be fed to their champions.
    Danny Jacobs was WBA Champ when he fought GGG! Wilder was WBC Champ when he fought Tyson Fury...TWICE!

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  • #1PaperChamp
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    Originally posted by T.M.T View Post
    why the hell should he be fighting Benavidez next ? He has no belt. he lost it on the scales. Benavidez needs to earn it. Charlo. tried eveything to fight clenelo at 160 and was ducked with the help of the WBC. He said that he would only move up to 168 for the Alvarez fight and that's it. Now if Benavidez gets his belt back then he and Charlo can dance at 168.
    Jermall own brother (his BLOOD) said Jermall ducked Canelo but you still cant accept it. Gotta find a way to accept reality homie...cause you white as a sheep rn

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  • Jab jab boom
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    Originally posted by whollisboxing View Post

    To be fair, I don’t think there are that many “good names” to go around. Most fans consider anyone outside the top 5-10 a “bum” so any wins outside of that don’t count for some reason. Then you have the fact that top guys only fight once or twice a year. Last but not least there are promotional divides and TV dates to consider so it’s easy to see why it’s hard to build a solid resume if you’re not a cash cow like Canelo.
    I agree with your statement which is why it’s a silly argument when fans say how these other guys need to make specific fights to earn a canelo fight. 1. These guys don’t control their own careers as the promotional divides you referenced put the fighters in bad situations and 2. They don’t have the type of following where they can dictate whatever fights they want the way canelo can. Canelo picks the fights he wants, these other guys have fights picked for them.

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  • Zodogg
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    Originally posted by IRONCHINHAGLER View Post
    irony is when Floyd agreed to fight Canelo- who was at 154 at the time - it had to be at “152”! And when Floyd fought Marquez - it had to b a “catchweight” at 144 and Floyd came in at 146. Floyd was also a master at manipulating weight...”lil homie”. The 2 biggest fights of Canelos career - against GGG...fought at 160 - no catchweight!
    Canelo called Floyd out. Floyd was 147 champ and which was his natural weight AND he was in position to call shots because he was the A side so he went up 5 lbs while Canelo came down 2 lbs. So who had the advantage. And when they weighed in Floyd was only 150. And the Marquez fight he came off a almost 2 yr layoff. Canelo had a went up to challenge GGG and stay at 160. If you read my post all his big fights at154 was against welterweight that he had weight advantage over but he never fought the TOP 154lb

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  • whollisboxing
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    Originally posted by Jab jab boom View Post
    how about you give me five good names on the resumes of smith, Yidilgrim and Saunders. Then that would really address the point that I’m making.
    To be fair, I don’t think there are that many “good names” to go around. Most fans consider anyone outside the top 5-10 a “bum” so any wins outside of that don’t count for some reason. Then you have the fact that top guys only fight once or twice a year. Last but not least there are promotional divides and TV dates to consider so it’s easy to see why it’s hard to build a solid resume if you’re not a cash cow like Canelo.

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  • IRONCHINHAGLER
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    Originally posted by Zodogg View Post

    Canelo has fought more catchweight fights than anyone in history bro. The only reason he reign lasted so long at 154 was because of catchweights. Made his career at catchweights lil homie u know that
    irony is when Floyd agreed to fight Canelo- who was at 154 at the time - it had to be at “152”! And when Floyd fought Marquez - it had to b a “catchweight” at 144 and Floyd came in at 146. Floyd was also a master at manipulating weight...”lil homie”. The 2 biggest fights of Canelos career - against GGG...fought at 160 - no catchweight!

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