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  • Originally posted by Piper the Great View Post
    With Canelo just getting spanked its no reason for the judges to rob GGG now. Hopefully we get a fair fight
    i would say they are extra motivated to make sure canelo wins and keep the cash flowing, although im sure canelo will win since ggg is way past it

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    • Originally posted by Damn Wicked View Post
      It’s amusing to read all the Benevidez hype after he KO’d Lemieux and then read the comments from those same people stating that GGG is some weak-ass opponent for Canelo. So I guess the great Lemieux would stomp GGG now? Lots of comments stating that Golovkin is an easy fight…Tell me, when has anyone ever had an easy fight with Golovkin? Anytime someone has gotten in the ring with him they had to go through hell, but usually his opponents get stopped before going through that Hell. Even an old GGG is a tough fight. Canelo will never underestimate Golovkin.
      Yeap haha exactly right those same dude would absolutely glorify charlo or benavidez for even taking on GGG let alone for actually get to beat Gennady ,its pretty evident they just dont like nor stand the mexican ginger lol

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      • Alvarez seems very calculated when it comes to rematches.

        Glory wise? A immediate rematch is most likely the action to take. But optimally, it is probably best to have 1 fight before going up against Bivol again.

        Anthony Joshua's situation is slightly different, because he has had quite a substantial amount of time to prepare for his rematch against Usyk.

        Whether he fights Golovkin or Bivol these are all rematches.

        People sometimes complain about rematches, I quite like them. Especially at elite level.

        Golovkin is going to be up for this fight big time.


        Last edited by PRINCEKOOL; 05-23-2022, 08:26 PM.

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        • I would prefer for canelo to run it back asap instead of waiting around. He sees ggg as food and a tune up since ggg is shot. Hilarious....

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          • Originally posted by T.M.T View Post
            yea triple g looked shot in his last fight and now his old ass is moving up. fraudne-ho isn't a real mexican warrior. he's a talented coward
            he looked better than canelo did last fight

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            • With GGG they can always rob him again because Canelo can be competitive with him. With Bivol it’s hard to rob him because the fight is lopsided.

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              • Ggg will knock clenelo alvaroid en dos

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                • Originally posted by waymeather View Post
                  With GGG they can always rob him again because Canelo can be competitive with him. With Bivol it’s hard to rob him because the fight is lopsided.
                  and yet it was 4-0 Canelo on all three cards, and Bivol needed the last rd to avoid a draw. Lopsided or not, Canelo will get the judges favor.

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                  • Dude is obsessed with golf.

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                    • Originally posted by Cypocryphy View Post
                      It's incredible how Golovkin looks shot after KO'ing a guy who'd never been stopped or even dropped in his pro career. A champion at 160. Apparently Golovkin looks terrible. This narrative is rediculous. I blame Chris Algerie for saying Golovkin got hurt to the body. You never saw him hurt; it's Algerie reading into things and seeing what he wanted to. What I saw was a big of ring rust in the first three rounds, which he should off and went on a demolition spree the rest of the rounds until he stopped Murata. This **** is just too dumb.
                      So true. This is a common theme in GGG fights - it takes a while for him to figure out the timing, range and rhythm of his opponent. In the early rounds he may take a few solid shots but he's never in danger because of his general toughness. Once he gets into his grove and the opponent feels his power, they begin to break down.

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