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  • Comments Thread For: Abel Sanchez Rips Golovkin's Performance Against Canelo: I Was Disappointed

    Abel Sanchez was Gennadiy Golovkin's head trainer from 2010 to 2019, but Triple G opted to split from his coach shortly after signing a lucrative deal with DAZN.
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  • #2
    This dude is still bitter

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    • #3
      Don't you love these writers, the media? With these headlines? Sanchez Rips Golovkin's performance against Canelo!!! Rips? Really? Sounds like Constructive criticism to me.... " The media is full of dirty tricks" -Tupac
      Verus, baroidi and 4 others like this.

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      • #4
        Misleading article. The interview is on fighthub tv and he does anything but “rip” his performance. Nothing in the interview was malicious and Abel didn’t even come off as salty in any way. Anything for clicks I guess.
        Verus, baroidi and 4 others like this.

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        • #5
          Abel sanchez top entraineur.!

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          • #6
            While some of what he said is true, he fails to understand that most fighters are long past their best and most are completely shot at 40. GGG took rounds from a P4P elite fighter at 40 and should be proud of that. Sanchez is once again hating.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Bronx23 View Post
              Misleading article. The interview is on fighthub tv and he does anything but “rip” his performance. Nothing in the interview was malicious and Abel didn’t even come off as salty in any way. Anything for clicks I guess.
              Definitely click bait, but he does somewhat rip him. Anytime you say a fighter basically didn't come to win.but to survive is t exactly positive. But he is spot on telling the truth. I lost some respect for GGG after that trash, and basically a lot of things he's said and ways he's acted since after that 2nd Canelo fight.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Get em up View Post
                This dude is still bitter
                Abel isn't bitter, he's sad. I've watched a dozen interviews where he's set up to say something salacious about GGG, and he never takes the bait, always stays classy and supportive. But he was very hurt, he said it was like losing a son. And then he sees GGG's entire fighting style and mentality and level of success plummet compared to when they were together, and it bothers him. Only natural. In his heart, he wanted GGG to win that fight badly.

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                • #9
                  3G hasn't been the same since changing trainers

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                  • #10
                    He's 40. What was really to be expected?

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