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  • Which undisputed run was the worst in recent history?

    Imo these are the three to choose from since these were the weakest divisions.

    Canelo at 168.
    Crawford at 140.
    Charlo at 154.

  • #2
    Easily charlo and Crawford

    Canelo beat the Ring magazine super six winner in Smith. Bjs and plant all undefeated primed fighters.

    Can't say that for the other group.

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    • #3
      I really don't see the importance of undisputed. With how fighters pick up vacants with ~10 fights, it's meaningless.

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      • #4
        Canelo beat Callum Smith for WBA and vacant WBC, then undefeated Saunders for WBO, and undefeated Plant for IBF
        Crawford beat Thomas Dulorme for the WBO, Victor Postol for the WBC, and unbeaten Indongo for the WBA and IBF
        Charlo beat Jack Johnson for WBC, Jeison Rosario for IBF and WBA, and unbeaten Castano for WBO

        With the exception of Castano, none of the above fighters have done anything notable since losing. Which one is the worst? I dunno, it's not their fault the route to undisputed was the aforementioned fighters, they just played the game with the cards they and others were dealt with.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by RetroSpeed05 View Post
          Imo these are the three to choose from since these were the weakest divisions.

          Canelo at 168.
          Crawford at 140.
          Charlo at 154.
          Easily Canelo at 168. It’s not even close.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BigDramaShow! View Post

            Easily Canelo at 168. It’s not even close.
            To this day he is still avoiding to fight the very best in that division. He skipped an entire weight class just in order to duck him. Both Crawford and Charlo did it the right way without all the clever matchmaking on which opponent to choose.They fought the very best in their respective divisions. Which Includes each division's people's champion too unlike Canelo.
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            • #7
              Crawford's have not aged well at all, that's for sure. Indongo has lost six fights in a row after Crawford. He was fighting in Africa, then he fought an old Ricky Burns for his titles. Dulorme is a C+ level fighter. He'd already been KO'd before he fought Crawford. Postal has also been losing a lot, with four losses after Crawford.

              Jermell's is a little better, although aside from Castano, his opponents are not (were not) great.

              So I think the easy answer is Crawford. Canelo's undisputed run is better than the others because he took out a whole division, one by one, and so far you can't say his opponents were bad.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by BigDramaShow! View Post

                Easily Canelo at 168. It’s not even close.
                Dulorme would’ve knocked out Canelo’s run with ease
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by LeOoze View Post

                  Dulorme would’ve knocked out Canelo’s run with ease
                  Hahahahhhhahahhahaha

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                  • #10
                    Crawford's is the best.

                    The only reason mell and canelo even went for undisputed is because crawford did it first.

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