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  • #41
    Originally posted by Chrismart View Post
    I'd be fine watching a unification with Murata followed by Eubank. Eubank/Williams would be good in the meantime too. At this stage I wouldn't look too far ahead though, especially in the middleweight division.





    low standards

    that is a shltty fight for a guy who promised his fans for YEARS, that he would fight "anyone from 154-168"

    especially when he is obviously avoiding Charlo and Andrade

    you just issued Golovkin a free pass for selecting yet another shltty opponent







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    • #42
      Eubank Jr is a complete bum and living off his name like Chavez Jr

      So not surprised he is on GGG's hit list.

      GGG is a tomato can crusher


      Dont want to face a B+ level guy like a Derevyanchenko again, whew that one was a close call. Hope he atleast bought the judges a round of beers after that fight.
      Last edited by elfag; 10-25-2021, 08:52 PM.
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      • #43
        Zaroku often signs his posts Shalom...I wonder if Ben Shalom is Zaroku?

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        • #44
          Originally posted by Boxing-1013 View Post

          Go ahead and look at the punch output for GGG and Eubank. GGG Derevy - both guys threw over 700 punches. Groves - Eubank - Eubank threw a little over 400 lol.

          At least make some damn sense man
          Haha...Eubank jr is a lot faster than derevyanchenko. That derevyanchenko fight where ggg should have lost. ggg looked slow in that fight and took a lot of punishment. In ggg's last fight with a bum, he was gassing out by the 4th round, and we all know eubank jr has the stamina to be on a very aggressive, unrelenting offence for all 12 rounds. I don't see ggg keeping up. He is going to get treated like a punching bag till the ref stops the fight or he gets ko'ed cold for the 1st time.

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          • #45
            Originally posted by Lance98 View Post

            Haha...Eubank jr is a lot faster than derevyanchenko. That derevyanchenko fight where ggg should have lost. ggg looked slow in that fight and took a lot of punishment. In ggg's last fight with a bum, he was gassing out by the 4th round, and we all know eubank jr has the stamina to be on a very aggressive, unrelenting offence for all 12 rounds. I don't see ggg keeping up. He is going to get treated like a punching bag till the ref stops the fight or he gets ko'ed cold for the 1st time.
            lol....GGG is looking pretty shopworn now.

            But anyone who knows anything about Eubank, it's that he doesn't let his hands go. He is not active at all in the ring.

            You tried to talk out of turn about something you know nothing about, and you couldn't have been more wrong. Instead of being a man and saying 'I was wrong' you can keep doing whatever it is you're doing here.

            Eubank 400 punches thrown in a 12 rounder. GGG - 700 punches thrown. Those are the usual numbers. Eubank is not outworking GGG. Wouldn't be surprised if anyone beats GGG going forward as father time is undefeated, but as I said, at least make some damn sense man.

            Typical GGG-hater response - you guys have 0 credibility because the hate you throw at GGG is so inaccurate it makes you guys look like small, pathetic, insecure, jealous little men. Which you probably are, but still.

            if you're gonna hate on a guy at least make some damn sense!!

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            • #46
              If GGG has anything left this is an easy fight for him

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              • #47
                Originally posted by Boxing-1013 View Post

                Come on man, those two guys aren't legacy fights.

                I think 'legacy' wise he should aim for something at 168 or even 175, but no particular name out there is a legacy fight for him right now, besides you know who. And everyone wants Canelo so who knows who will get that fight next, or even after that

                those are legacy fights for golovkin.

                Have you forgotten golovkin resume? He doesnt have a win over a better opponent.

                A spectacular win over an undefeated Charlo or Benavidez does for golovkin what lacy did for calzaghe.

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by Hustle View Post


                  those are legacy fights for golovkin.

                  Have you forgotten golovkin resume? He doesnt have a win over a better opponent.

                  A spectacular win over an undefeated Charlo or Benavidez does for golovkin what lacy did for calzaghe.
                  Lol. Did you give GGG credit for his two fights/wins over Canelo? If you don't give him props for those 2 fights, then why should anyone think you etc would give him credit for a fight with someone like Charlo or David.

                  If GGG won clean, people would just say they suck. If it was at all close, people would say the other guy really won. GGG ran through a lot of good fighters, clearly winning. That is not easy at all to do. He should get A LOT more credit for that.

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