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  • 786
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    I was saying the same **** just after the fight and had GGG fanboys follow me around saying I "DKSAB" but since then, Loma, Zurdo, Ward and countless others have shared similar sentiments. A lot of people were ok with GGG's survival tactics but were furious with Canelo for not getting a KO. It's difficult to KO a guy who's sole purpose is to survive and make it to the final bell. It's not the first time Canelo's seen that game-plan, it happened with Matthew Hatton and Callum Smith, GGG can now be added to the list of guys who showed up for a payday and little belief they can actually win.
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  • aboutfkntime
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    Originally posted by Elastic Recoilz View Post
    It is widely accepted that Golovkin knocked peak Kovalev out in sparring (Kovalev has has not denied it). Ward hit Kovalev with his hardest shots in both fights and couldn't budge him. Styles makes fights and all that but if you believe in triangle theory like me Golovkin would've been too tough and too hard a puncher for Ward to handle.







    that is exactly what fans insisted would happen when Canelo fought Golovkin

    that is exactly what fans insisted would happen when Danny Jacobs fought Golovkin




    most insiders will tell you that Golovkin was never going to beat Andre Ward

    just like most insiders knew that Pacquiao was never going to beat Mayweather





    Golovkin could not even beat Canelo.... despite having 3 attempts, against a familiar opponent

    he could not get a clean win over Danny Jacobs.... who got stopped by light-lunching Dimitry Pirog

    and he got smacked around by little Derevychenko.... a smaller opponent, who was coming off a loss




    Ward was NONE of those things LMAO




    there is a very good reason why Golovkin avoided that fight TWICE

    Ward is a mover-spoiler, who is notoriously difficult to look good against

    just like Mayweather.... another mover-spoiler, who is notoriously difficult to look good against





    Golovkin would not even fight Lara.... yet another mover-spoiler, who was notoriously difficult to look good against

    come on man.... Ward ???

    stoppit









    ...

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  • Alexis67
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    Originally posted by Elastic Recoilz View Post

    It is widely accepted that Golovkin knocked peak Kovalev out in sparring (Kovalev has has not denied it). Ward hit Kovalev with his hardest shots in both fights and couldn't budge him. Styles makes fights and all that but if you believe in triangle theory like me Golovkin would've been too tough and too hard a puncher for Ward to handle.
    A good little men can't beat a good big men, period! Ward is just too complete for GGG!

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  • The Devil Knows Boxing
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    Originally posted by aboutfkntime View Post






    your momma, and we all deeply regret it






    ...​
    How dare you talk to me like that. You should kneel to me now and I'll spare you the night of the 28th.

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  • HeadShots
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

    The fact is Canelo fought Bivol at 175 lbs.

    But Lil G couldn't find the courage to face Ward at 168 lbs.

    That's why their resumes and legacies are worlds apart.

    lol
    Why didn't Ward find the courage to face GGG at 168?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7F2fkIBTjU8

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  • AKAcronym
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    It wasn't 164 or no fight. It was 164 if Ward wanted 50/50. Golovkin at that time was undoubtably a bigger name and ticket seller. Doesn't matter that Ward had the better resume, that's not what determines value. Golovkin was willing to go to 168 for Froch and Chavez because they were, at that time, the much bigger name, either here or in the UK. And with the possibility of the Canelo fight happening (obviously at the time we thought it much sooner), Golovkin would be risking way more to move up. There's a reason Ward came back at 172 against Paul Smith in 2015. He's stated how difficult it was to make 168 and with that long layoff, he expected to make 168 around a year later? Doubt it. He didn't move to 175 because he was seeking greater challenges, he moved up because his body was telling him to. There was never really a good window to make this fight, despite whatever both sides have said.
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  • ShoulderRoll
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    Originally posted by HeadShots View Post

    they were both P4P. why couldn't they meet in the middle? plenty of historical fights were fought there. Floyd, Canelo, Pac, Leonard all had catchweight fights.

    Not CoWard tho



    Here's Ward declining to fight at 168

    his own words

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7F2fkIBTjU8
    The fact is Canelo fought Bivol at 175 lbs.

    But Lil G couldn't find the courage to face Ward at 168 lbs.

    That's why their resumes and legacies are worlds apart.

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  • HeadShots
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post
    Lil G couldn't fight Ward at 168. It had to be at a 164 lb catchweight or no fight.
    they were both P4P. why couldn't they meet in the middle? plenty of historical fights were fought there. Floyd, Canelo, Pac, Leonard all had catchweight fights.

    Not CoWard tho



    Here's Ward declining to fight at 168

    his own words

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7F2fkIBTjU8
    Last edited by HeadShots; 10-06-2022, 08:46 AM.

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  • ShoulderRoll
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    Lil G couldn't fight Ward at 168. It had to be at a 164 lb catchweight or no fight.

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  • HeadShots
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    Originally posted by Bronx2245 View Post
    Go check Ward's record on BoxRec! Again, read it and weep!
    no need. I have eyes.

    just like Whitaker beat Chavez


    CoWard lost both fights and ducked out at 35.

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