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Old 05-05-2019, 01:09 PM #11
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There are so many fundamentals to hype with Canelo’s Ring IQ.

Many boxers would benefit in not being staggered if they knew how to roll punches just with their neck. It takes master reflexes and neck stretching to play loose.

So one trait I like about Canelo, though not the smartest option for the sweet science when planted, but its rugid and classic style done effectively is to roll with the punch even if he’s late, in range, of being struck. Sure he can slip, catch, and roll with general upper movement, but again, Canelo’s reflexes to roll with shots even in dangerous moments such as a GGG uppercut is Upper Echelon Elite Level.

For casuals reading this and don’t know. When you roll with punches you alleviate the impact.

I’m going to say he learned these habits by flinching and dodging punches from his older siblings before his teens.
I agree that Canelo displayed some of the most masterful upper body defense I've ever seen but where was his offense last night? He had trouble finding, timing, landing and putting his punches together against Danny Jacobs. Why? If he was able to put his punches together, then chances are he would have probably stopped or KO Jacobs. However, the fight was largely a boring jabbing contest.
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Old 05-05-2019, 01:14 PM #12
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I agree that Canelo displayed some of the most masterful upper body defense I've ever seen but where was his offense last night? He had trouble finding, timing, landing and putting his punches together against Danny Jacobs. Why? If he was able to put his punches together, then chances are he would have probably stopped or KO Jacobs. However, the fight was largely a boring jabbing contest.
No seriously if you watched the fight, Canelo landed body shots. “Canelo has problems with movers...”

Canelo beat Jacobs in all compubox categories. I don’t analyze why Loma couldn’t KO Pedraza or why Crawford couldn’t KO Postol...or to say “where was the offense there?” If you’re trying to say offense gives KOs. Jacobs is significantly bigger in ratio than Postol or Pedraza if you know what I mean..

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Old 05-05-2019, 01:34 PM #13
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No seriously if you watched the fight, Canelo landed body shots. “Canelo has problems with movers...”
Let me touch up on that point. You said that Canelo has trouble with movers. Then how do you expect him to fare against Demetrius Andrade; The movers of all movers? How does he matches up with him?
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Let me touch up on that point. You said that Canelo has trouble with movers. Then how do you expect him to fare against Demetrius Andrade; The movers of all movers? How does he matches up with him?
I gave you quotes. That means it’s whats said by many...and I think Jacobs is a better mover than Andrade. Andrade looks good against those he’s fought, but how much of a threat were they and were any of them master counter punchers? I don’t see Andrade as a threat to Canelo. Canelo keeps getting better each fight.
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Has there ever been a mexican fighter as slick as ginger?
Gallito Estrada is a very good technical boxer that can be slick at times if he chooses to
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