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  • Able Sanchez did a TERRIBLE job as Golovkins coach

    This gimp never learned anything from his years as a boxing coach.

    Universal Truth of Boxing: The skilled boxer will beat the power puncher 8 times out of 10 at least.

    This truism of boxing is even more relevant at the highest level of the game.

    So what does Abel do? He takes a super accomplished amateur fighter that is near fully formed and then trains him to be a power puncher. What a joke lol

    He shoukd have been training skills and defence 90% of the time. GGGs power was already there. Dont get me wrong, GGG is a very skillful fighter and beat Canelo in the first fight, but he could have been so much more.

    Thoughts on this?

  • #2
    He’s looked worse skill wise since leaving Sanchez.

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    • #3
      Wasn't Golovkin like 30 before Sanchez started training him? Golovkin was already set in his ways.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Pac=Duran View Post
        This gimp never learned anything from his years as a boxing coach.

        Universal Truth of Boxing: The skilled boxer will beat the power puncher 8 times out of 10 at least.

        This truism of boxing is even more relevant at the highest level of the game.

        So what does Abel do? He takes a super accomplished amateur fighter that is near fully formed and then trains him to be a power puncher. What a joke lol

        He shoukd have been training skills and defence 90% of the time. GGGs power was already there. Dont get me wrong, GGG is a very skillful fighter and beat Canelo in the first fight, but he could have been so much more.

        Thoughts on this?
        But GGG fans are content to just flick lazy jabs at Canelo 1/3 times for a ďwin.Ē The truth is, if you canít close the ring and miss, then youíre just following the guy around at his game. If GGG had landed missile shots to Caneloís body while Canelo was on the back foot then it would be a completely different story. Most fights where a guy is walking or closing the ring have successful attempts to land to the body to secure points. Just shooting 1/3 jabs while Canelo is a master at rolling head movement doesnít impress all judges. The judges were very generous to give GGG rounds in that he didnít engage fundamental power punching, for a guy who was marketed and showed power punching throughout his career, while Canelo did do it but Gennadiy didnít.

        All that said, they were interesting fights, but to cry robbery is just fans whom donít know real boxing. Foreman and Tyson had Canelo winning. I guess itís because they were disappointed that the bigger man trying to walk down the smaller guy didnít risk any power punching. Tyson and Foreman were power punchers. Itís not complicated.

        The Draw made sense. ďBut but Canelo went life and death with Golovkin.Ē Lol

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Pac=Duran View Post
          This gimp never learned anything from his years as a boxing coach.

          Universal Truth of Boxing: The skilled boxer will beat the power puncher 8 times out of 10 at least.

          This truism of boxing is even more relevant at the highest level of the game.

          So what does Abel do? He takes a super accomplished amateur fighter that is near fully formed and then trains him to be a power puncher. What a joke lol

          He shoukd have been training skills and defence 90% of the time. GGGs power was already there. Dont get me wrong, GGG is a very skillful fighter and beat Canelo in the first fight, but he could have been so much more.

          Thoughts on this?
          Did you watch Golovkin fight after he left Abel? Heís awful!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by To Be Frank Doe View Post
            But GGG fans are content to just flick lazy jabs at Canelo 1/3 times for a ďwin.Ē The truth is, if you canít close the ring and miss, then youíre just following the guy around at his game. If GGG had landed missile shots to Caneloís body while Canelo was on the back foot then it would be a completely different story. Most fights where a guy is walking or closing the ring have successful attempts to land to the body to secure points. Just shooting 1/3 jabs while Canelo is a master at rolling head movement doesnít impress all judges. The judges were very generous to give GGG rounds in that he didnít engage fundamental power punching, for a guy who was marketed and showed power punching throughout his career, while Canelo did do it but Gennadiy didnít.

            All that said, they were interesting fights, but to cry robbery is just fans whom donít know real boxing. Foreman and Tyson had Canelo winning. I guess itís because they were disappointed that the bigger man trying to walk down the smaller guy didnít risk any power punching. Tyson and Foreman were power punchers. Itís not complicated.

            The Draw made sense. ďBut but Canelo went life and death with Golovkin.Ē Lol
            Golovkin got countered and punished everytime he tried to throw a big shot. The jab was the only thing he could land.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by BigDramaShow! View Post
              Did you watch Golovkin fight after he left Abel? Heís awful!
              Hes set in his ways. He never got taught right man.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Robbie Barrett View Post
                Golovkin got countered and punished everytime he tried to throw a big shot. The jab was the only thing he could land.
                Yes, and thatís why I asked before, if Canelo just flicked jabs all night doing the same performance then Canelo wouldnít have to worry about endurance since just throwing jabs doesnít tire power punchers

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                • #9
                  Sanchez made him as good as he could have.

                  Now this new guy Jonathan Banks is a joke horrible trainer he’s gonna get ggg ktfo soon

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                  • #10
                    Jonathan banks is a very chill trainer. ggg likes his pace, and unfortunately the lack of urgency as well. Abel would at least urge ggg to go for broke, but banks just give small advice and passes him water even when ggg is losing a fight.

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