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You know.......... It's possible that Canelo was never all that good to begin with.

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  • You know.......... It's possible that Canelo was never all that good to begin with.

    Corrupt judges and very careful matchmaking goes a long way. I mean Rocky Fielding?????

    Give me a break.
    Fonseca17 and eco1 like this.

  • #2
    Yeah cause the only fighter he beat the last nine years is rocky Fielding.

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    • #3
      Anyone who has ever boxed or knows how to scout fighters knew he was never that good, just 4 gift wins/draws that he should have lost and the rest all cherry picked fighters,
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      • #4
        This thread could have been made years ago (or even months) but it wasn't
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        • #5
          Why isn't GGG chasing greatness ever mentioned ?!?!?!?

          Oh, right. GGG never chased greatness. Just money

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          • #6
            Canelo was at his best when he fought Floyd. He was fresh and ambitious. That's the only fight he'll mainly be remembered for. His career defining fight is a loss to Floyd. No shame in that.
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            • #7
              These ''Nelo was never that good'' are agenda driven.

              They never want to talk about their guy and the risks they took.
              Let's check out their resumes. Let's count the cherries and mismatches.

              Nelo is still the face of boxing
              GGG has Nelo to thank for everything he has.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BodyBagz View Post
                Why isn't GGG chasing greatness ever mentioned ?!?!?!?

                Oh, right. GGG never chased greatness. Just money
                He was also ducked until his mid thirties, then when he passed the 35 year mark, everyone suddenly started yapping and running their mouths talking about how brave they suddenly were.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post
                  Canelo was at his best when he fought Floyd. He was fresh and ambitious. That's the only fight he'll mainly be remembered for. His career defining fight is a loss to Floyd. No shame in that.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Vlad_ View Post
                    He was also ducked until his mid thirties, then when he passed the 35 year mark, everyone suddenly started yapping and running their mouths talking about how brave they suddenly were.
                    That ''d'' word holds no value.

                    Move up/down (''ANYONE from 154-168'' ) and fight bigger/smaller bums, then

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