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Itís amazing how Canelo improved since the Cotto fight.

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  • #21
    Originally posted by Frankie2Jabs View Post
    A lot of you weren't watching Canelo at 147. Canelo at 18 years of age fighting as a Pro most today couldn't do. Put in Davis, Shakur Stevenson, Teofimo Lopez with the guys he fought at 147, just look at the tape, the guy is gifted. He even had great defensive moves, head movement, slipping shots at 147. Canelo is a boxer whom copied the gym life from his boxing brothers so he GOT IT at a very young age.
    He's a lot better know, everybody with a boxing eye, Paulie, atlas, bread man are saying he's getting better every fight.

    It was obvious in the GGG rematch.

    Floyd beat him at a CW so I put an asterisk on this fight, mister"even playing field" should not ask for a CW, especially with a guy already struggling to make 154 and draining 20 pounds.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by BillyBoxing View Post
      He's a lot better know, everybody with a boxing eye, Paulie, atlas, bread man are saying he's getting better every fight.

      It was obvious in the GGG rematch.

      Floyd beat him at a CW so I put an asterisk on this fight, mister"even playing field" should not ask for a CW, especially with a guy already struggling to make 154 and draining 20 pounds.
      There are several fans on YouTube who've uploaded Canelo's old fights. Really impressed how he fought at 147 back in the day and you have to wonder how in the fook he learned those moves so early. I think it just comes down to seeing and fighting with his brothers. All his brothers are boxers so his influence was all saturated from it, but the Reynoso's already had Chololo Larrios. Larrios is always in their corner at fights. Canelo was lucky to be around some really good school of boxing, and a lot of focus went into Canelo since they saw his talent at a very young age. The best school of boxing is to have one legacy long trainer.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by ralex View Post
        He was 23. Of course he got schooled. Floyd is still TBE though but if both fighters were in their prime Canelo probably KS Floyd
        You don't believe that. T.B.E. is light years ahead.

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        • #24
          Yes he has improved and that's credit to him. He's also regressed as someone else mentioned in the Lara fight. I thought he made a lot of mistakes in the first Golovkin fight but over all he has improved. Credit has to also be given to his trainers. I really like what I see in the videos coming out of his training camps.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by Frankie2Jabs View Post
            A lot of you weren't watching Canelo at 147. Canelo at 18 years of age fighting as a Pro most today couldn't do. Put in Davis, Shakur Stevenson, Teofimo Lopez with the guys he fought at 147, just look at the tape, the guy is gifted. He even had great defensive moves, head movement, slipping shots at 147. Canelo is a boxer whom copied the gym life from his boxing brothers so he GOT IT at a very young age.
            Yep Canelito has always been slick

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            • #26
              peds tend to give u a nice boost too

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              • #27
                Canelo has taken tougher fights for pretty much the entirety of his twenties and has grown into a great boxer.

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                • #28
                  Did Canelo got faster or GGG got slower in the 2nd fight ?

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by JimmyValmer View Post
                    He's only 28 and is younger than Spence and Crawford. He hasn't even peaked yet. Canelo surpassed GGG as the best MW if he wins a wide decision or even KTFO Jacobs in may. GGG barely handled Jacobs.
                    Canelo has added zero to his game since before the Floyd fight.

                    Hilarious you Canelo ball washers want to paint this picture that he is improving after a few decent wins and many questionable gift decisions he didn't deserve.

                    Canelo is the same slow, plodding, low IQ puncher with bricks for feet he has always been. A million victories over Golovkin won't change that. If he beats Jacob's it will be despite his shortcomings and lack of elite skills, not because of them.

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                    • #30
                      Almost every boxer can improve like canelo if they WANT to improve and have a Corner that aint stuck in their ways.

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