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Buddy McGirt: “Canelo is P4P 1, 2, & 3, Nobody Comes Close”

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  • F l i c k e r
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    That’s not how p4p works though.

    Put Inoue’s gifts in the size of a MW and he probably puts Canelo in a war.

    Put Crawford’s gifts in the size of a MW and he probably does the same.

    both with reasonable chances to beat him too. They aren’t just power punchers, these guys have skill as well as natural physical gifts.

    Spence the same if he builds up to it. Right now, I don’t see it but if he built up a comfortable body for the weight, he-d tax Camelo as well. He actually has all the tools to take a W off Camelo.

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  • tritium_arma
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    How can he be all 3? Buddy making no sense again.

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  • Biolink
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    Not a fan, but he has to be the runaway P4P #1 right no.

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  • LeOoze
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    Originally posted by TernceBudCharlo View Post

    Let me ask you this how come you give Inoyue credit for a close win against Donaire, since that is the only name on his resume, but Rigondeaux and the Axe Man took his soul? Why not for Bud against Brook? How is that any different, you can say the broken orbital bones all you want, but Donaire was never the same after the Rigondeaux fight, he lost to two fighters he should never have lost to after the fight with the Walters Axe Man.
    Close win? Please. That fight was 116-111 at worst. That 114-113 scorecard was atrocious. Inoue also damn near stopped Donaire but the ref got in the way.

    Rigo (an ATG) beat him but he was still sound after as he won world titles after, and Donaire was not quite a featherweight going up against a HUGE featherweight knockout artist. It happens. Donaire never had a broken eye socket, or a cracked jaw. The only time he's been KO'd was when he went out of his range to go in featherweight. So not the same thing.

    Donaire came into the fight a lot larger than Inoue. Just look at their ankle sizes. Inoue did a great job fighting a bigger man with much more experience than he does. Also he's just 28 so right now his resume is a lot stronger than most p4p boxers nowadays. And his resume will get better. But if it doesn't, then yeah I'll start ****ting on him.

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  • hugh grant
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    Crawford will be crying that Mc girt wrong aǹd that he is no1

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  • ralex
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    McGirt is right. Nobody is close

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  • TernceBudCharlo
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    Originally posted by LeOoze View Post
    Yea if Inoue didn’t exist. He’s obviously #2
    Let me ask you this how come you give Inoyue credit for a close win against Donaire, since that is the only name on his resume, but Rigondeaux and the Axe Man took his soul? Why not for Bud against Brook? How is that any different, you can say the broken orbital bones all you want, but Donaire was never the same after the Rigondeaux fight, he lost to two fighters he should never have lost to after the fight with the Walters Axe Man.

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  • LeOoze
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    Yea if Inoue didn’t exist. He’s obviously #2

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  • Buddy McGirt: “Canelo is P4P 1, 2, & 3, Nobody Comes Close”

    dayumzzzzz, McGirt went gangsta on the whole LDBC doe! Fin!

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