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  • #21
    Originally posted by Mammoth View Post


    Why can't anybody take an L anymore?
    Well then! that explains it!

    I thought I had seen a few rounds where a judge, or two, got in the ring and hit poor Loma... quickly exiting before the ref could object.

    A similar thing happened to Max Bauer regarding the ref... He was getting shellacked by Louis and his corner tells Max "thata boy Maxi! this bum can't touch you up!" To which he says "You guys had better watch the ref, cause someone is plastering me from pillar to post!"

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    • #22
      Originally posted by billeau2 View Post
      Well then! that explains it!

      I thought I had seen a few rounds where a judge, or two, got in the ring and hit poor Loma... quickly exiting before the ref could object.

      A similar thing happened to Max Bauer regarding the ref... He was getting shellacked by Louis and his corner tells Max "thata boy Maxi! this bum can't touch you up!" To which he says "You guys had better watch the ref, cause someone is plastering me from pillar to post!"
      Lovely. Green K.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post
        So ****ing stupid. The 3 eastern euro name guys have all excuses for their losses: Kovalev, little g, and Bumchenko. Blame the judges. Maybe the tough Ukrainian spirit Loma was selling was a ***** spirit.
        Usyk with conspiracy theories for the Chisora fight too. Claiming they swapped out the ring overnight.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by Robbie Barrett View Post
          Usyk with conspiracy theories for the Chisora fight too. Claiming they swapped out the ring overnight.
          I was thinking about that too, but I love Usyk. His career was done for me at cruiser, heavy is his luxury. I'll not say a negative word about him.

          Thanks tho, bro, the Eastern Euro fans do move around from fighter to fighter a lot, mostly because of skin color and region.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post
            I was thinking about that too, but I love Usyk. His career was done for me at cruiser, heavy is his luxury. I'll not say a negative word about him.

            Thanks tho, bro, the Eastern Euro fans do move around from fighter to fighter a lot, mostly because of skin color and region.
            I thought the could’ve been a Draw. I said it before, BUT the margin of error leans to the judges and that Lopez edged it. Therefore, Lopez won.

            For any Loma fans to think otherwise explains the dogmatic nature of Canelo haters saying GGG “clearly won” in the first fight. These actions prove that and the fans response.

            In other words, Canelo did not fight like Loma did in the GGg fight. Canelo made sure his output and put selection MATTERED for the judges. Canelo haters and GGG diehards will never acknowledge that. I even said Canelo vs GGG Draw was justified because of the nature of the cards and the performance, but fans get so emotional they cry “robbery.”

            Not even Smith vs Ryder was a robbery. It was CLOSE, and one would favor Ryder’s hard work, sure, but a robbery are scorecards where all judges have it wide for the other...

            It surprises me how many vets on this site claim to know boxing but don’t acknowledging it. Rarely do you get posters justify round by round study and instead they just say “ringside said so.” Protagonist vs antagonist themes ruin fights. Canelo haters and many of industry whom had grudges against against put it on Canelo and have made him an antagonist for years...

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            • #26
              Lol. I’m not shocked. He fought like a ***** and then cried over a decision.

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              • #27
                Lopez won fair and square.

                Loma has always been a bellend, good boxer doe.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by To Be Frank Doe View Post
                  I thought the could’ve been a Draw. I said it before, BUT the margin of error leans to the judges and that Lopez edged it. Therefore, Lopez won.

                  For any Loma fans to think otherwise explains the dogmatic nature of Canelo haters saying GGG “clearly won” in the first fight. These actions prove that and the fans response.

                  In other words, Canelo did not fight like Loma did in the GGg fight. Canelo made sure his output and put selection MATTERED for the judges. Canelo haters and GGG diehards will never acknowledge that. I even said Canelo vs GGG Draw was justified because of the nature of the cards and the performance, but fans get so emotional they cry “robbery.”

                  Not even Smith vs Ryder was a robbery. It was CLOSE, and one would favor Ryder’s hard work, sure, but a robbery are scorecards where all judges have it wide for the other...

                  It surprises me how many vets on this site claim to know boxing but don’t acknowledging it. Rarely do you get posters justify round by round study and instead they just say “ringside said so.” Protagonist vs antagonist themes ruin fights. Canelo haters and many of industry whom had grudges against against put it on Canelo and have made him an antagonist for years...
                  I really have nothing more to say if you thought that fight was even close. To each his own. Let's leave Canelo out of this thread.

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by denium View Post
                    Lopez won fair and square.

                    Loma has always been a bellend, good boxer doe.
                    He's talking all that tough. Who do you think he can beat at 130 or 135? Davis is the man to beat at both weights. Lopez could be a one hit wonder.

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                    • #30
                      Maybe he's solely talking about that horrible scorecard that I believe had Lopez winning 11 rounds which is preposterous.


                      I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt. He pissed away the first 6-7 rounds, was nearly stopped in the 12th, and ended up in the hospital beat up. Sure you could argue that it was close, but Lopez deservedly took it. Maybe Lomachenko should redirect all of his energy on making Grandpa Arum lock in a rematch, I've seen him whine about the decision but haven't seen him demand a rematch.

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