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Old 11-03-2013, 11:00 AM #9
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Originally Posted by badnewsbrown View Post
I've said it time and time again. GGG is great coming forward but he cannot fight going backwards at all. Defense is pretty poor as well. Someone who's strong enough to pressure him they can destroy this guy. Too bad the division is just too weak. There's a reason why he has been matched up with smaller guys.
Working off his back foot is GGG's weakness. The problem is capitalizing on it. Secondly his defense is very good. He slips and parries punches very well. He's not as good as Mayweather but that doesn't mean he's terrible.
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