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    Default Teo next fight.

    Great performance last night.

    Why is there still a reluctance to fight Haney?

    Teo has fought better competition than Tank Davis and is a 2 weight world champion.

    He beat Loma 8-4 and now Josh Taylor 8-4.

    Is the style of Haney just too frustrating for him?

    Who does he fight next?

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    Default Re: Teo next fight.

    he has supposedly retired
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    The fact is GGG has fought at 160 for his entire career. Post #87, 5th August 2022
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    Default Re: Teo next fight.

    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Great performance last night.

    Why is there still a reluctance to fight Haney?

    Teo has fought better competition than Tank Davis and is a 2 weight world champion.

    He beat Loma 8-4 and now Josh Taylor 8-4.

    Is the style of Haney just too frustrating for him?

    Who does he fight next?

    WHAT??

    The arena seats at MSG are still warm from the fight Saturday night... and you're going on about Teo being reluctant to fight Haney??

    (Damn... must've missed something)


    Man... I'm so tired of hearing about Haney.

    Hey. Nothing personal. The guy's a superb boxer. But let's face it. He's riding two victories over a "less-than-elite" Kambosos... and a questionable and controversial win over the smaller, older Lomachenko.

    Everyone knows Haney's size is better suited for 140. But HE'S NOT THERE YET!

    So are we really going to go down the yellow brick road of all of a sudden you've got 140-pounders avoiding Haney??

    Maybe we're asking the wrong questions here.



    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat. Saturday night's Teo would've ripped Kambosos a new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat.
    those sound like excuses. if teo was physically impaired why was he cleared to fight?
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    Default Re: Teo next fight.

    As a fan give me Teo vs Tank at 140. Many similarities last night style wise it's combustible. He's not retired for a split second, not a snowballs chance in hades. Haney I don't know. Not one I'm clamoring for and don't like Haney's chin chances vs either Tank or Teo. But maybe Teo gets Barboza next man's been waiting a while. Regis is the wildcard but like him vs Teo. Great match that.

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    Default Re: Teo next fight.

    Teo got plenty of good fights at 140 lb and can unify the division if he wants.
    Do not let success go to your head and do not let failure get to your heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat.
    those sound like excuses. if teo was physically impaired why was he cleared to fight?

    https://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/...ught-air-chest

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat.
    those sound like excuses. if teo was physically impaired why was he cleared to fight?

    https://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/...ught-air-chest
    doctors can be paid to say anything. if the condition was true & was unable to be detected before the fight, is there not a possibilty it occurred during the fight? teo even said in the ring after the george fight "no excuses". what was teo's excuse for getting a gift over sandor? once you step in that ring there are no excuses. teo can be brilliant at his best, but teo doesn't always show up
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    teo going to mess up this success again like he did after the loma win?

    saying he's retired again
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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Great performance last night.

    Why is there still a reluctance to fight Haney?

    Teo has fought better competition than Tank Davis and is a 2 weight world champion.

    He beat Loma 8-4 and now Josh Taylor 8-4.

    Is the style of Haney just too frustrating for him?

    Who does he fight next?

    WHAT??

    The arena seats at MSG are still warm from the fight Saturday night... and you're going on about Teo being reluctant to fight Haney??

    (Damn... must've missed something)


    Man... I'm so tired of hearing about Haney.

    Hey. Nothing personal. The guy's a superb boxer. But let's face it. He's riding two victories over a "less-than-elite" Kambosos... and a questionable and controversial win over the smaller, older Lomachenko.

    Everyone knows Haney's size is better suited for 140. But HE'S NOT THERE YET!

    So are we really going to go down the yellow brick road of all of a sudden you've got 140-pounders avoiding Haney??

    Maybe we're asking the wrong questions here.



    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat. Saturday night's Teo would've ripped Kambosos a new one.
    Listen, there must be some reason why Teo is reluctant to fight Haney.

    Teo has a better resume than Haney and beat Loma and nearly stopped him in the last round.

    Haney resume is weak (in some regards) because he can’t get anyone to fight him!

    There is no reason why they can’t fight each other next..Teo dad is already pricing himself out by saying 20 million so it’s pretty obvious that Haney style will be awful for Teo.

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    Default Re: Teo next fight.

    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Great performance last night.

    Why is there still a reluctance to fight Haney?

    Teo has fought better competition than Tank Davis and is a 2 weight world champion.

    He beat Loma 8-4 and now Josh Taylor 8-4.

    Is the style of Haney just too frustrating for him?

    Who does he fight next?

    WHAT??

    The arena seats at MSG are still warm from the fight Saturday night... and you're going on about Teo being reluctant to fight Haney??

    (Damn... must've missed something)


    Man... I'm so tired of hearing about Haney.

    Hey. Nothing personal. The guy's a superb boxer. But let's face it. He's riding two victories over a "less-than-elite" Kambosos... and a questionable and controversial win over the smaller, older Lomachenko.

    Everyone knows Haney's size is better suited for 140. But HE'S NOT THERE YET!

    So are we really going to go down the yellow brick road of all of a sudden you've got 140-pounders avoiding Haney??

    Maybe we're asking the wrong questions here.



    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat. Saturday night's Teo would've ripped Kambosos a new one.
    Listen, there must be some reason why Teo is reluctant to fight Haney.

    Teo has a better resume than Haney and beat Loma and nearly stopped him in the last round.

    Haney resume is weak (in some regards) because he can’t get anyone to fight him!

    There is no reason why they can’t fight each other next..Teo dad is already pricing himself out by saying 20 million so it’s pretty obvious that Haney style will be awful for Teo.

    Do you have a source that backs up your claim about Teo's dad pricing himself out of a Haney fight?

    Again... Teo JUST now finished beating Taylor. The gloves are still warm from the action. Isn't it just a TAD early to make claims about Teo ducking this guy or that guy?

    https://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/...on-chasing-him

    "The rebirth of a star: Teofimo Lopez is back on top and now has a whole division chasing him"


    Haney's just gonna have to stand in line now.

    Teo's got three other champions at 140 he can target. Even José Ramirez is standing in line with his hand out now.

    Besides... last time I checked, Haney's last fight was at 135.

    Let's wait for him to make the move up to 140, before you keep claiming that Teo's ducking him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Great performance last night.

    Why is there still a reluctance to fight Haney?

    Teo has fought better competition than Tank Davis and is a 2 weight world champion.

    He beat Loma 8-4 and now Josh Taylor 8-4.

    Is the style of Haney just too frustrating for him?

    Who does he fight next?

    WHAT??

    The arena seats at MSG are still warm from the fight Saturday night... and you're going on about Teo being reluctant to fight Haney??

    (Damn... must've missed something)


    Man... I'm so tired of hearing about Haney.

    Hey. Nothing personal. The guy's a superb boxer. But let's face it. He's riding two victories over a "less-than-elite" Kambosos... and a questionable and controversial win over the smaller, older Lomachenko.

    Everyone knows Haney's size is better suited for 140. But HE'S NOT THERE YET!

    So are we really going to go down the yellow brick road of all of a sudden you've got 140-pounders avoiding Haney??

    Maybe we're asking the wrong questions here.



    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat. Saturday night's Teo would've ripped Kambosos a new one.
    Listen, there must be some reason why Teo is reluctant to fight Haney.

    Teo has a better resume than Haney and beat Loma and nearly stopped him in the last round.

    Haney resume is weak (in some regards) because he can’t get anyone to fight him!

    There is no reason why they can’t fight each other next..Teo dad is already pricing himself out by saying 20 million so it’s pretty obvious that Haney style will be awful for Teo.

    Do you have a source that backs up your claim about Teo's dad pricing himself out of a Haney fight?

    Again... Teo JUST now finished beating Taylor. The gloves are still warm from the action. Isn't it just a TAD early to make claims about Teo ducking this guy or that guy?

    https://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/...on-chasing-him

    "The rebirth of a star: Teofimo Lopez is back on top and now has a whole division chasing him"


    Haney's just gonna have to stand in line now.

    Teo's got three other champions at 140 he can target. Even José Ramirez is standing in line with his hand out now.

    Besides... last time I checked, Haney's last fight was at 135.

    Let's wait for him to make the move up to 140, before you keep claiming that Teo's ducking him.
    It’s very obvious to everyone that Teo wants no part of Haney.

    You obviously never noticed over the years.

    I’m not the kind of person to lie to myself, I just want to see the best fights.

    Teo could have made the Haney fight straight after he beat Loma.

    I already said that Teo has a better resume than Tank and Haney in regards to beating top tier fighters especially as he was the underdog in both his biggest fights.

    Unfortunately Teo wants no part of that Haney/Tank/Shakur style fighter.

    The crazy thing is that he can beat all these guys!

    50:50 fights.

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    Default Re: Teo next fight.

    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Great performance last night.

    Why is there still a reluctance to fight Haney?

    Teo has fought better competition than Tank Davis and is a 2 weight world champion.

    He beat Loma 8-4 and now Josh Taylor 8-4.

    Is the style of Haney just too frustrating for him?

    Who does he fight next?

    WHAT??

    The arena seats at MSG are still warm from the fight Saturday night... and you're going on about Teo being reluctant to fight Haney??

    (Damn... must've missed something)


    Man... I'm so tired of hearing about Haney.

    Hey. Nothing personal. The guy's a superb boxer. But let's face it. He's riding two victories over a "less-than-elite" Kambosos... and a questionable and controversial win over the smaller, older Lomachenko.

    Everyone knows Haney's size is better suited for 140. But HE'S NOT THERE YET!

    So are we really going to go down the yellow brick road of all of a sudden you've got 140-pounders avoiding Haney??

    Maybe we're asking the wrong questions here.



    Oh... and before you go on a song and dance about Kambosos having beaten Teo... let's remember that it was a physically impaired and subpar Teo that he beat. Saturday night's Teo would've ripped Kambosos a new one.
    Listen, there must be some reason why Teo is reluctant to fight Haney.

    Teo has a better resume than Haney and beat Loma and nearly stopped him in the last round.

    Haney resume is weak (in some regards) because he can’t get anyone to fight him!

    There is no reason why they can’t fight each other next..Teo dad is already pricing himself out by saying 20 million so it’s pretty obvious that Haney style will be awful for Teo.

    Do you have a source that backs up your claim about Teo's dad pricing himself out of a Haney fight?

    Again... Teo JUST now finished beating Taylor. The gloves are still warm from the action. Isn't it just a TAD early to make claims about Teo ducking this guy or that guy?

    https://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/...on-chasing-him

    "The rebirth of a star: Teofimo Lopez is back on top and now has a whole division chasing him"


    Haney's just gonna have to stand in line now.

    Teo's got three other champions at 140 he can target. Even José Ramirez is standing in line with his hand out now.

    Besides... last time I checked, Haney's last fight was at 135.

    Let's wait for him to make the move up to 140, before you keep claiming that Teo's ducking him.
    It’s very obvious to everyone that Teo wants no part of Haney.

    You obviously never noticed over the years.

    I’m not the kind of person to lie to myself, I just want to see the best fights.

    Teo could have made the Haney fight straight after he beat Loma.

    I already said that Teo has a better resume than Tank and Haney in regards to beating top tier fighters especially as he was the underdog in both his biggest fights.

    Unfortunately Teo wants no part of that Haney/Tank/Shakur style fighter.

    The crazy thing is that he can beat all these guys!

    50:50 fights.


    Loma is the ultimate boxer. A case can be made for his fight against Haney, even though he was giving away size.

    Teo fought and beat Loma.

    So why on Earth would he be ducking Haney?

    If you were to tell me Tank or Shakur, especially Tank... who packs a punch... maybe I'd agree with you.

    I guarantee you, if Haney comes up to 140 and wants to fight Teo... the fight will be made.

    Seeing the alternatives, it's probably one of the easier (barring Romero) 140 fights Teo could make.

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    Default Re: Teo next fight.

    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    It’s very obvious to everyone that Teo wants no part of Haney.

    You obviously never noticed over the years.

    Teo could have made the Haney fight straight after he beat Loma.
    it's not obvious to me that teo wants no part of devin. can you please provide the years & dates that you would like me to notice. teo had the ibf mandatory against george straight after the loma fight
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