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  • Elastic Recoilz
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    Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post

    You can't be p4p #1 when you aren't even the best in your division

    Crawford is p4p #1
    Its ultimately subject - you have your opinion and I have my opinion but what we're both on agreeance here is that it certainly aint Canelo.

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  • Earl-Hickey
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    Originally posted by Elastic Recoilz View Post

    He's not. You don't lose a fight a retain P4P number 1, that's utterly ridiculous P4P number 1 is Usyk..
    You can't be p4p #1 when you aren't even the best in your division

    Crawford is p4p #1

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  • Elastic Recoilz
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    Originally posted by TreyShaw View Post
    I'm a huge canelo fan he's a true great and still p4p best today but I've always like Bivol too he's a helluva fighter and and even better person. So if Canelo was gonna lose glad it was to Bivol.

    With the rematch he will become a very wealthy man and rightfully so.
    He's not. You don't lose a fight a retain P4P number 1, that's utterly ridiculous P4P number 1 is Usyk..

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  • TreyShaw
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    I'm a huge canelo fan he's a true great and still p4p best today but I've always like Bivol too he's a helluva fighter and and even better person. So if Canelo was gonna lose glad it was to Bivol.

    With the rematch he will become a very wealthy man and rightfully so.

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  • Timur78
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    Not an upset.
    Western media bought into Alvarez's invincibility.
    Truth always was that Bivol was the favourite.

    Everybody in Eastern Europe and ex-Soviet Union where Soviet School of Boxing is taught easily saw Bivol more than even chance to beat Alvarez.

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  • Comments Thread For: Kostya Tszyu, Alexander Povetkin Praise Bivol For Big Win Over Canelo

    WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol is receiving a lot of praise from his compatriots from Eastern Europe. Bivol pulled off a major upset that sent shockwaves all over the boxing world, when he outboxed Mexican superstar Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez over twelve rounds to secure a unanimous decision at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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