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  • KiwiRider
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

    Fighting a top guy like Bivol you mean?
    Anyone in the top #5 will do. How do we know how good he is at LHW?

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  • KiwiRider
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    Originally posted by budfr View Post

    Hey, casual. The thing is that nobody wants to fight Zurdo, not his fault. Bivol and all the clowns you like hardly ever fight.
    Plenty of guys were calling him out at Super Middle when he was hoarding that belt. Unifications, #1 contenders. And go look at who he defended it against - yeah, no one. As for his move to light heavy, no one wants to bother with him because he doesn't hsve a belt.

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  • TinAgeOfBoxing
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    That guy looks like a ho-mo sexual drug dealer.

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  • ShoulderRoll
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    Originally posted by icha View Post

    or maybe he doesnt want to risk on bivol losing that canelo payday, if true then i expect the entire 175 division to hold hostage on their belts until canelo goes up, similiar to what 168 did... they could help build on a canelo fight and make it more profittable, but sadly refuse to risk it..
    That's what pisses me off about Canelo's potential opponents.

    He has fought the best of the best and stays active...but they avoid the best and hardly fight, instead choosing to just wait around for the lottery ticket.




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  • sicko
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    both fight on DAZN, make the damn fight ASAP

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  • icha
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

    Exactly, it's a no brainer fight to make. Bivol would even be favored.

    But Hearn simply doesn't understand the American market.
    or maybe he doesnt want to risk on bivol losing that canelo payday, if true then i expect the entire 175 division to hold hostage on their belts until canelo goes up, similiar to what 168 did... they could help build on a canelo fight and make it more profittable, but sadly refuse to risk it..

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  • ShoulderRoll
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    Originally posted by icha View Post
    ramirez-bivol will be the right fight if either plans on fighting canelo later on, perfect build on a mexican fanbase... either zurdo gets a career big time win and makes enough noise for fans to demand a canelo fight or bivol beats zurdo and becomes more sellable for the mexican fanbase...
    it can only beneffit dazn if they want to entice canelo again on a good profittable fight...
    Exactly, it's a no brainer fight to make. Bivol would even be favored.

    But Hearn simply doesn't understand the American market.

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  • tokon
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    Originally posted by Afi23 View Post

    If Browne somehow beats Beterbiev, watch Browne get the Canelo fight before Bivol thanks to Al. Hearn must be sweating the possibility of Al and Canelo getting "cozy".
    That exactly what the Bivol play is about.

    It's a reflection on Bivol and his aspirations that he's not forcing his promoter to make the Ramirez fight though.

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  • Thuglife Nelo
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    Originally posted by Boxingfanatic75 View Post

    Benevidez is lunch meat if Canelo fights him. He is TAYLOR MADE FOR Canelo. He loops his punches and lunges. Both are KO counter shots to an elite counter puncher like Canelo. His body shots due to Benevidez looping and lunging is prime for a murderous body puncher. He is slower than Canelo. His footwork is subpar. He has power that is also on par with Canelo. However if you’ve got a granite chin like Canelo then power is negated. There isn’t a check mark that Benevidez has that Canelo doesn’t already master.
    You’re replying to a troll account that is an LDBC follower.

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  • Boxingfanatic75
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    Originally posted by GBP4LIFE View Post
    Canelo will duck Gilberto as he did when Gilberto was at 168.. he will duck Benavidez as well. Using that I don’t fight Mexicans nonsensical excuse



    Benevidez is lunch meat if Canelo fights him. He is TAYLOR MADE FOR Canelo. He loops his punches and lunges. Both are KO counter shots to an elite counter puncher like Canelo. His body shots due to Benevidez looping and lunging is prime for a murderous body puncher. He is slower than Canelo. His footwork is subpar. He has power that is also on par with Canelo. However if you’ve got a granite chin like Canelo then power is negated. There isn’t a check mark that Benevidez has that Canelo doesn’t already master.

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