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Old 02-06-2019, 11:22 PM #41
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canelo is fighting the second hardest puncher in the division next, watch ggg get a soft touch 8 or 9 months after his war with canelo...
Pavlik would say, as most of us would see GGG so gaunt and drained at pressers leading up to the fight, he would say that GGG rehydrated to 175-180lbs. Golovkin is a big guy in the ring, Jacobs is about 183lbs fight night?
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Old 02-07-2019, 12:42 AM #42
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Pavlik would say, as most of us would see GGG so gaunt and drained at pressers leading up to the fight, he would say that GGG rehydrated to 175-180lbs. Golovkin is a big guy in the ring, Jacobs is about 183lbs fight night?
You are always very high on saying what fighters walk around at and what they weighed on fight night. GGG has NEVER recorded a fight night weight of 175-180 pounds. He generally weighs about 170 on fight night the same as Canelo. He has no trouble making 160 and has never even come close to missing weight on the first weigh in in his long time as middleweight champion.. He has been well below 170 sometimes even on the 30 days out weigh in. He is not a giant middleweight
who kills himself to make weight. He isn't gaunt and drained days before the fight.
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Old 02-07-2019, 12:49 AM #43
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You are always very high on saying what fighters walk around at and what they weighed on fight night. GGG has NEVER recorded a fight night weight of 175-180 pounds. He generally weighs about 170 on fight night the same as Canelo. He has no trouble making 160 and has never even come close to missing weight on the first weigh in in his long time as middleweight champion.. He has been well below 170 sometimes even on the 30 days out weigh in. He is not a giant middleweight
who kills himself to make weight. He isn't gaunt and drained days before the fight.
Nope. Pavlik said GGG rehydrates to 175-180. You think Pavlik doesnít know what heís talking about? Canelo nor GGG have disclosed weights on fight night for good reason. I already proved to you BJS when you asked if he would be 200lbs. BJS is a huge Middleweight, and one not even in shape at that. Ask me for the reference where Pavlik said GGG rehydrates around 175-180.

Why are you in denial or insecure about that disclosure? You think GGG is rehydrating as he did earlier in his career? He looks bigger than ever in the ring. Why do you think GGG always looked sweating and stressed the week of the fight with his fitted cap, sunken eyes and cheek bones all protruding out. You think GGG canít gain that water to 180lbs?

Donít be naive man. GGG was struggling to make the Canelo fight weights because Abel wanted Gennady more bigger than before. They didnít take Canelo lightly.
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He has been well below 170 sometimes even on the 30 days out weigh in.
Draining water weight isn’t a super science for these elites, Boliodogs. You honestly think fighters don’t drain some water for their 30 day weigh ins? Do you know how much Promotion and money loss or network conflicts arise should a fight be cancelled if high profile fighters can’t make a 30 day weigh in?
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Yet both little, old Floyd and little, powerless Lara visibly busted Canelo up and Gennady has...1 cut in 24 rounds (which was from a glancing punch) despite landing more punches in BOTH fights than Floyd or Lara did...

Gennady has "power punches" when he's fighting cab drivers like Vanes.

Very little power as evidenced by Canelo and Danny J. Hell you could argue Sergio Mora and Gennady have the same power based off their performances against Danny J.

And Canelo's brain was scrambled so bad he thoroughly walked down a larger opponent with a 5 inch height advantage
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You just proved my point.

Canelo rated GGG's punching power as the strongest he faced. Yet he was cut up by lesser punchers cus superficial damage means nothing.

Adonis Stevenson was knocked into a vegtable without any marks on him.

Adonis des not have a history of being marked up - Canelo does.

G's jabs are not power shots - they're jabs. That's why Canelo can absorb 200 of them without a flinch.

Canelo stopped pushing the fight against Floyd and Lara - smaller and older fighters wuth Floyd also wearing pillows - and that's because they hurt him.

Canelo never stopped pushing G. What makes Canelo - G rivalry so special is how both fights were similar and different at the same time. And after 24 rounds there's still no clear edge!
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