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Old 12-26-2015, 10:03 AM #14
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Originally Posted by SugarKaineHook View Post
People defending the idea that GGG needs to unify "all the belts" is pointless since boxing history will always write that he was the most "feared 160 fighter" or "nobody wanted to fight him," and "GGG opposition wasn't even that great" (from said real boxing industry heads and fighters). Therefore, the only logical sense is to find challenges at different weight classes just like every other great p4p protocol fighter. Why is this so freaking hard to understand, especially when GGGs camp is complaining about it. I think the reality is that GGG knows he feels old on that flat foot business, so he's just coasting the hype already seasoned for him. You cant call the best top 3 fighters of a higher division at a standard weight then tell the number 1 guy to fight a catchweight. Wtf!
Please cut out this naive crap!

None of the greats moved up to "find challenges", ffs. They moved up because they couldn't make weight where they were any longer, or because they could make more money moving up than staying put.

Neither of those factors apply with Golovkin.
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