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  • Ry92
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    Canelo cant make below 160 now i think 160 would be kinda a struggle which is why hes staying at 168 less the price right. Bud canelo 160-68 bud would get ktfo. Yet an imaginary fight. Bud cant even get spence cause he generates no views or $ Spence does 350 at best bud does half that . canelo does a million or close. $ not there , bud aint going to 160 let alone 168.

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  • Carpe Diem
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    Originally posted by QballLobo View Post
    At a lower weight Canelo wouldn’t be at his best. Let’s be real though, there is a zero chance this fight would happen at anything lower than 160.
    Canelo the clear A side, Crawford would come to him.
    I’m only looking at a scenario when Canelo could still make 154 back in 2011-2013. 2012 Canelo vs Crawford?

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  • QballLobo
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    At a lower weight Canelo wouldn’t be at his best. Let’s be real though, there is a zero chance this fight would happen at anything lower than 160.
    Canelo the clear A side, Crawford would come to him.

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  • Carpe Diem
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    Crawford’s biggest strength is his ability to bully his way to go for the kill when he can’t fully outbox an opponent, but he’d play right into Canelo’s hand by doing so. They’re both natural-born bullies, but power and size do matter. Canelo looks like more well-rounded boxer. I’m still skeptical about Crawford’s inside game.

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  • Carpe Diem
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    Originally posted by Get em up View Post

    I wont disagree with you I just feel the better version of Canelo is 160+ he wasnt as sharp or unbeatable looking at 154
    You’re right, but even then, I feel like he’d still beat this version of Crawford. Crawford will have problems against any good counter-puncher and Canelo would get a lot of shots in. Benavidez fought a good against Crawford and that fight might’ve been a great one if he had both knees..

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  • Get em up
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    Originally posted by Carpe Diem View Post

    I don’t see it. Crawford is good boxer-puncher, but he does leave himself open to get countered at close range. Canelo can take a punch to land a bigger one. I don’t see how Crawford wins this fight. He’s not really a pure sharpshooter who can systematically pick his opponent. He can box well from the outside, but I feel like Canelo’s punches are crispier and sharper. Crawford would only have a footwork advantage and that’s it.
    I wont disagree with you I just feel the better version of Canelo is 160+ he wasnt as sharp or unbeatable looking at 154

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  • Carpe Diem
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    Originally posted by New England View Post
    147??? are you high? canelo can't make 154. no ****ing shot he gets to 147 lbs. it would kill him. whoa re you guys and what are youi doing when the rest of us are watching the fights? on what planet could canelo make 147 again?????

    I’m not talking about now. I know damn well Canelo can’t make 147, 154, 160, and barely holding on at 168 now. I’m strictly talking hypothetically way back then when Canelo used to fight at 154. How would that version of Canelo play out against current Crawford.

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  • New England
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    147??? are you high? canelo can't make 154. no ****ing shot he gets to 147 lbs. it would kill him. whoa re you guys and what are youi doing when the rest of us are watching the fights? on what planet could canelo make 147 again?????

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  • Carpe Diem
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    Originally posted by Get em up View Post
    Hypothetically speaking if they met at 154 I could see Bud being dropped early but still winning a close UD or SD in a technical fight. Bud has length and great fundamentals. Canelo is and awesome counter puncher but really wasnt his best at the lower weight class.
    I don’t see it. Crawford is good boxer-puncher, but he does leave himself open to get countered at close range. Canelo can take a punch to land a bigger one. I don’t see how Crawford wins this fight. He’s not really a pure sharpshooter who can systematically pick his opponent apart. He can box well from the outside, but I feel like Canelo’s punches are crispier and sharper. Crawford would only have a footwork advantage and that’s it.
    Last edited by Carpe Diem; 10-15-2021, 09:28 AM.

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  • BigDramaShow!
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    Canelo can’t even make 160 anymore. Canelo suffers from stamina issues when he cuts weight.

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