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  • Comments Thread For: Paulie Malignaggi: Canelo Alvarez Dishonoring Muhammad Ali's Legacy

    In a segment on Monday's "Deep Waters" episode on ProBox TV, analyst and former welterweight champion Paulie Malignaggi said Mexico's Alvarez is dishonoring the legacy created by greats of the past - most notably Muhammad Ali - by stiffing a spring date with David Benavidez.
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    Last edited by BoxingUpdates; 04-10-2024, 12:35 AM.

  • #2
    Faglinaggi sounding like a hurt hoe with all that whining.

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    • #3
      Canelo does his rope-a-dope outside the ring
      PittyPat PittyPat Sayithowitisuk Bob like this.

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      • #4
        I don't get what Canelo has to do with Ali. Why would his legacy matter to Canelo?

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        • #5
          Legacy is fraud, a scam. Many great boxers in past died homeless or with mental illness. Its business, make money till 35-40 and get out of it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by jackblack008 View Post
            Legacy is fraud, a scam. Many great boxers in past died homeless or with mental illness. Its business, make money till 35-40 and get out of it.
            He’s worth hundreds of millions…when is the money enough to stop taking on the best challenges?
            Last edited by Oldskoolg; 04-09-2024, 12:23 PM.
            nghtmr111 nghtmr111 likes this.

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            • #7
              At the end of the day the coward clenelo can fight whoever he wants. The balls-less clown will have the i ducked DavidBenavidez asterisk next to his name in the boxing hall of fame

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              • #8
                At the end of the day the coward clenelo can fight whoever he wants. The balls-less clown will have the i ducked David Benavidez asterisk next to his name in the boxing hall of fame

                Spartacus26 Spartacus26 likes this.

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                • #9
                  Canelo has definitely brought unprecedented shame to the sport of boxing, There is no two ways about it.

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                  • #10
                    Either give up the belts or defend them. That’s what’s wrong. Canelo can choose who he wants to fight but yes it will absolutely damage his legacy. Everyone still bangs on about Ray Leonard ducking Pryor and Canelo ducking Benavidez is way more obvious than that - he’s been wbc mandatory for what, 3 years+.

                    Malignaggi does have a point. If you sit at the top you are absolutely an example and should behave accordingly and that is precisely what engenders respect and admiration in the fan base.

                    If he doesn’t want to defend his belts against his mandatories fine but then the governing bodies should then strip him just like they do with everyone else.

                    Benavidez was the best fighter at 168 before Canelo moved up and in my opinion still is until Canelo proves otherwise.

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