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  • Did GGG Have 1 of the Greatest Careers a Fighter Can Wish For?

    if i had a dream of a fighter's career. i would rather have GGG's career over almost anybody's.

    dude struggled a bit to get fights but kept grinding against guys who never hurt him. He KOed 9/10 guys.

    Then at the absolute end of his career, he got to fight the draw of boxing 3 times. netting 100 million dollars for the Canelo trilogy alone. He signed a very lucrative deal with DAZN where they even let him fight complete bums on DAZN for 15 million lol.

    In his entire career he prob banked around $200 Million. He was also sponsored by Jordan and APPLE.


    He has only lost to 1 guy when he was already over 40 to Canelo. The other 2 fights, most people saw him win.


    There is 0 film of being knocked off his feet in his entire career. He has never been stopped.


    Walked away with hundreds of millions, middleweight title defense legacy, all his faculties in tact and a national hero. His legacy will be a part of Kazak history.


    his career started very bleak and disregarded and ended as one of the greatest successes in boxing history.
    Last edited by HeadShots; 10-11-2023, 12:41 AM.

  • #2
    Financially it was definitely a successful career. People like to shlt on his resume but it was (and still is kind of a weak division at this time). He didn't get the big fights cause he didn't have the right promoter or money behind him but he fought who he could. Once on HBO his career took off.

    He collected belts and almost unified but Saunders knew he had no chance so he couldnt be undisputed. Carnela ducked him til he looked like old against brook and jacobs.

    Andre ward blatantly ducked him.

    And cashed out in the two rematches with carnela and got monies from dazn burying themselves.

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    • #3
      Great career, 2X unified middleweight titlist, definite hall of famer.

      Should've been lineal champion but he got robbed twice against Canelo unfortunately.

      Canelo and Geale both ducked him the first time they were supposed to fight.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Teetotaler69 View Post
        Financially it was definitely a successful career. People like to shlt on his resume but it was (and still is kind of a weak division at this time). He didn't get the big fights cause he didn't have the right promoter or money behind him but he fought who he could. Once on HBO his career took off.

        He collected belts and almost unified but Saunders knew he had no chance so he couldnt be undisputed. Carnela ducked him til he looked like old against brook and jacobs.

        Andre ward blatantly ducked him.

        And cashed out in the two rematches with carnela and got monies from dazn burying themselves.



        all facts. they all ducked him.



        He still won in the end. 200 million in the sport. Legacy in tact. First ballot HOFer.



        Never knocked off his feet. This is huge. There's basically no picture or video of another man standing over him. Absolute machine.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by famicommander View Post
          Great career, 2X unified middleweight titlist, definite hall of famer.

          Should've been lineal champion but he got robbed twice against Canelo unfortunately.

          Canelo and Geale both ducked him the first time they were supposed to fight.


          Geale fight produced one of the greatest KO's in boxing history


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          this is prime Golovkin

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          • #6
            Beating bums and losing every time he steps up is a great career I guess. Arguably lost to jacobs and derevyanchenko, lost to canelo twice and got exposed by a welterweight brook. Avoided lara and andre ward after claiming that he could beat giuys from 154-175 ibs, avoided mandatory jermall charlo, avoided andrade for unification when they were active, etc...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Lance98 View Post
              Beating bums and losing every time he steps up is a great career I guess. Arguably lost to jacobs and derevyanchenko, lost to canelo twice and got exposed by a welterweight brook. Avoided lara and andre ward after claiming that he could beat giuys from 154-175 ibs, avoided mandatories jermall charlo, andrade when they were active, etc...





              .....

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              • #8
                Originally posted by HeadShots View Post






                .....
                That's all you got?

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                • #9
                  Compared his title defenses to Hopkins but he didn't have the real belt. What a joke! One of the biggest scams in boxing in the last 20 yrs. Career is literally hustling 3 paychecks off of Canelo. Mexican style, Good boy and all that other gimmick nonsense but that's on Mexicans fans intellect to fall for that nonsense. Minute he got the money from Canelo and DAZN he forgot everything and Unable Suckerchez. . I remember Hatman Boxing said he was probably a "Heel" under all the gimmicks. How you get 1st ballot hall of fame because a baby belt? Ridiculous. Broner has real belt in 4 classes. He is first ballet of GGGimmick.
                  Last edited by hhh1200; 10-11-2023, 01:36 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by hhh1200 View Post
                    ...but he didn't have the real belt...
                    Can you explain this to me please? GGG's title run came at a time when I was largely disengaged.

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