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  • #11
    Thurman will struggle to get past Barrios and, if he does manage it, where does he go from there? Spence has already said on numerous occasions he isn't gonna fight him, and is probably headed to 154 after Ugas anyway. Crawford? Can't Haymon stumping up what he and Thurman will want between them. No way dies Thurman take fights with the likes of Ortiz or Ennis. So where does he go?

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    • #12
      Just go away

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      • #13
        JP would sleep this fool with the atomic right hand #ezwork

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        • #14
          Originally posted by wrecksracer View Post
          Thurman's "greatness" is really based on narrowly defeating Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter. Neither of these guys are going down as historically great. He was a winner of an in house round robin, that's it. The first time he stepped up to face a great fighter, he lost.
          Danny Garcia was unified at 140. Crawford only picked the belts he threw away.

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          • #15
            This fragile, lispy clown got dropped, outworked, and outboxed by an almost completely shot Pacquiao at the age of what, 30, 31? Him and Broner are destined to become gatekeepers for the remainder of their "careers." Btw, he should thank God on a daily basis that he never stepped into the ring with Spence, because that probably would've been his last fight.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by LAchargers373 View Post
              JP would sleep this fool with the atomic right hand #ezwork
              Who is JP?

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              • #17
                Originally posted by JakeTheBoxer View Post

                Danny Garcia was unified at 140. Crawford only picked the belts he threw away.
                Head to head who would win at 140 or 147, Garcia or Crawford? You know the answer isn't Danny Garcia. He was the weakest of the PBC champions at 147.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by wrecksracer View Post
                  Thurman's "greatness" is really based on narrowly defeating Danny Garcia and Shawn Porter. Neither of these guys are going down as historically great. He was a winner of an in house round robin, that's it. The first time he stepped up to face a great fighter, he lost.
                  If Danny Garcia & Shawn Porter aren't historically great
                  Name 2 fighters Thurman should have beaten &147p to have impressed You
                  I'll wait....

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by greeneye99 View Post

                    If Danny Garcia & Shawn Porter aren't historically great
                    Name 2 fighters Thurman should have beaten &147p to have impressed You
                    I'll wait....
                    Crawford. Spence was calling him out, too.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by wrecksracer View Post

                      Crawford. Spence was calling him out, too.
                      Yea right...
                      So Thurman had to beat Crawford & Spence to be considered great?
                      Well we all know Haymon would not permit the Crawford/Thurman fight
                      Just like the Spence/Crawford fight hasn't occurred


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