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Old 06-20-2018, 09:01 AM #11
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... but he didn't face the rest of 160 Charlo, Andrade, Saunders, Murata, Sergiy.
1. Charlo is new to the division, hasn't done much since he's got here, plus noone realistically seems to be all that interested in the fight anyway, Charlo has no value towards GGG's legacy.

2. Andrade, same with Charlo, except he's even more new to the division, again realistically noone wants this fight or cares if it happens.

3. Saunders had numerous chances to fight GGG the last few years and avoided him, so not really GGG's fault here.

4. Murata, this guy would most likely lose to alot of the mentioned guys here, doesn't really add to GGG's legacy if a fight happens or not.

5. Sergiy, this guy probably deserves more of a shot than Andrade and Charlo.
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Old 06-20-2018, 09:32 AM #12
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GGG is 36 years old and is 38-0-1 (34 KOs) with a 23 KO streak from 2008 to 2017. Hes never been knocked down in 388 fights (pro and amateur). His prime is probably over, but if he manages to beat Canelo, Saunders, and Charlo (who are all in their primes and in their 20s), it would be hard to knock his legacy. In addition to having one of the best amateur careers ever, he would have over 40 wins (almost all by KO) and no losses. He would also have over 20 title defenses.

If he ends his career in his late 30s as the undefeated, Undisputed Middleweight Champion, hes an all time great.
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