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  • Comments Thread For: Gervonta Davis: Keith Thurman Is Not Worth Mentioning Anymore, His Time Has Passed

    Keith Thurman keeps drawing the ire from fellow fighters. The former welterweight champion has been sidelined since July 2019 after suffering a spirited split decision loss to Manny Pacquiao. In the fight, the Floridian fighter also sustained a left-hand injury that resulted in surgery.
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  • #2
    Shut up, idiot. All you do is wait for fighters to "pass" so you don't have to fight them. Shoulda fought Loma over 2 years ago. Keep runnin.
    blackbakers, charliepaerker and 3 others like this.

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    • #3
      Couldn’t agree more. He got the monster payday coming off the Lopez garbage. He lost. That’s all he’s done the last 4+ years.

      If he does comeback, come back against a mid tier ww. If you win then fight a Boots/Ortiz younger guy.

      Win and then get the huge money fight.
      PunchMeIDareYou, Ganondorf and 2 others like this.

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      • #4
        Truest words Davis has ever spoken

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        • #5
          I detect no lies

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          • #6
            I like Gervonta's way of thinking, these old-heads need to talk about today's young talent and drop the 'Good Ol' Days' talk. Please STFU about Floyd Mayweather, Duran, Hagler, Hearns, Tyson, Lennox, and especially about never-was like Tua, Vargas, Froch, FOH with that, take that to the history section.

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            • #7
              keef injury time thurman should fight terence duckford

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
                I like Gervonta's way of thinking, these old-heads need to talk about today's young talent and drop the 'Good Ol' Days' talk. Please STFU about Floyd Mayweather, Duran, Hagler, Hearns, Tyson, Lennox, and especially about never-was like Tua, Vargas, Froch, FOH with that, take that to the history section.
                you've crossed like three different eras with the names youve mentioned lol but people will never stop talking about the greats. and looking at the current super middleweights then yeah froch was definitely a something because he would of battered all those guys canelo just beat to unify. Canelos run of opponents faced is considered legendary atm but it doesnt have a patch on frochs run which was only a few years ago and you want it confided to the history books. if we forget about lennox idiots will start thinking anthony joshua is better than he is. the legends love it or hate it will always be brought up and thats the way of boxing. in thurmans case particularly, he was hot at one point but yeah gervonta is right, like an earlier poster said, he cashed out against pacman and has been whack and inactive for years, he never really had a great prime it was short lived.

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                • #9
                  Keith Thurman Wants Terence Crawford Fight Next Summer
                  November 22, 2021 l 3 Comments l by Jeepers Isaac


                  Keith ‘One Time’ Thurman says he’ll be ready and willing to challenge WBO welterweight champion Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford for his title by next summer.

                  Thurman was considered the #1 welterweight on the planet from 2016 to 2018, but injuries, inactivity, and weight issues have derailed his once-promising career. ‘One Time’ Thurman is still arguably the best talker in the welterweight division, but he doesn’t fight and hasn’t performed at a high level since his win over Shawn Porter in 2016.

                  The former WBA/WBC 147-lb champion Thurman (29-1, 22 KOs) is eager to emerge from his long three-year layoff to take on the undefeated Crawford (38-0, 29 KOs).

                  It’s unknown if the World Boxing Organization would be agreeable to sanction the Crawford-Thurman fight, considering that Thurman will have been out of the ring for approximately 36 months when he’s ready to take on Crawford next summer...

                  “I’m going to be getting back in the ring shortly. I’d be more than happy, more than willing, to step in the ring with Bud Crawford next summer,” said Keith Thurman to The Athletic.

                  “I’m willing to fight Crawford eight months from now, approximately. I would love to fight.”

                  https://www.boxing247.com/boxing-news/206592/206592

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                  • #10
                    I can`t disagree. Struggling with Lopez and losing to Pacquiao, that is all Thurman has done in last 4 years. And he has been inactive since jun 2019.

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