|12-11-2012, 05:05 AM||#21|
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The fact some of you say Broner before Canelo is beyond me.
Lol, wake up smell the coffee.
|12-11-2012, 05:09 AM||#22|
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Wlad is 35 years old, and is already the face of boxing in Europe. Behind Pac, and FLoyd, he makes more money in boxing than anybody else per fight. He can be the A-side against a mediocre opponent and get paid millions.
Ward will be the future Hopkins. Popular amongst mainstream fans, but will never be a true "A-side" star on PPV.
Broner has a chance to be. . . But with the trends, I'd say a Mexican-American, or a Mexican. Most likely Canelo unless he gets dismantled or something. Chavez Jr. still has a chance to redeem himself too. I mean, he did what, 400k buys?
But PACQUIAO is still just as popular, and relevant as ever as the face of boxing. . . THis knockout loss will only propel his mainstream popularity, and PPV buys to a new level. Hopefully Marquez gives him a rematch, like Pac did two times to him. . THe money is there. . Pac still has another 2-3 years left as the premier boxer in the sport. He's not local, regional, or national, but THE ONLY INTERNATIONAL star in the sport. .
|12-11-2012, 05:43 AM||#23|
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Adrian Bronner: His skill set is undeniable so he'll be kicking ass and taking names for a long time.
And Canelo: Canelo has the look but needs to learn english to be a more mainstream. If everyone understood him he could win people over like Oscar did with his likeable personality
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