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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

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    He's been given two gifts in a row now. He lost last night and he probably lost against Jacobs (the only two good fighters he's fought) it's no surprise he wouldn't go up to 168 and fight Ward.
    Ward is a light heavyweight. It's like saying Why doesn't Ward jump up two weights to fight Joshua?

    Both jacobs and Canelo failed in their attempts vs a washed up 35 year old. Both guys ran and were scared of the power. Back to caneloweight for Alvarez vs guys more on his level. He tried stepping up to win the titles but came up short and his own fans bood him for not fighting like a Mexican. Tragic night for his career vs an old man
    Ward was at 168 when he called out Golovkin.
    Ward wasn't fighting anyone. He had contract issues. But even if he did call out a guy in the division below him they are still in different weight classes

    As we're Golovkin and Canelo but Alvarez stepped up and made it happen. He had the balls to do what Golovkin didn't and you can't dispute that.

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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

    No, I don't think that GGG can get better. If anything, he will have slightly declined a bit further by the time they next fight.

    However, I don't think he NEEDS to get better.

    In my view, he gave away the first three rounds by starting a bit tentatively and getting outboxed. If he starts at the same relentless pace that he showed from the 4th to the 10th, his route to victory is to wear Canelo down.

    Whether he will be able to do that over 12 rounds at age 35 is going to be the big question for the rematch.
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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

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    He's been given two gifts in a row now. He lost last night and he probably lost against Jacobs (the only two good fighters he's fought) it's no surprise he wouldn't go up to 168 and fight Ward.
    Ward is a light heavyweight. It's like saying Why doesn't Ward jump up two weights to fight Joshua?

    Both jacobs and Canelo failed in their attempts vs a washed up 35 year old. Both guys ran and were scared of the power. Back to caneloweight for Alvarez vs guys more on his level. He tried stepping up to win the titles but came up short and his own fans bood him for not fighting like a Mexican. Tragic night for his career vs an old man
    Ward was at 168 when he called out Golovkin.
    Ward wasn't fighting anyone. He had contract issues. But even if he did call out a guy in the division below him they are still in different weight classes

    As we're Golovkin and Canelo but Alvarez stepped up and made it happen. He had the balls to do what Golovkin didn't and you can't dispute that.
    Canelo had to go up in weight because he can not make 154lb legally and fairly. The fat fucks last fight before GGG was at super middleweight.
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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

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    He's been given two gifts in a row now. He lost last night and he probably lost against Jacobs (the only two good fighters he's fought) it's no surprise he wouldn't go up to 168 and fight Ward.
    Ward is a light heavyweight. It's like saying Why doesn't Ward jump up two weights to fight Joshua?

    Both jacobs and Canelo failed in their attempts vs a washed up 35 year old. Both guys ran and were scared of the power. Back to caneloweight for Alvarez vs guys more on his level. He tried stepping up to win the titles but came up short and his own fans bood him for not fighting like a Mexican. Tragic night for his career vs an old man
    Ward was at 168 when he called out Golovkin.
    Ward wasn't fighting anyone. He had contract issues. But even if he did call out a guy in the division below him they are still in different weight classes

    As we're Golovkin and Canelo but Alvarez stepped up and made it happen. He had the balls to do what Golovkin didn't and you can't dispute that.
    Canelo had to go up in weight because he can not make 154lb legally and fairly. The fat fucks last fight before GGG was at super middleweight.
    Nice story but it was only a year ago that Canelo made 154 to fight Smith for the WBO title so what you're saying simply isn't true. Just be honest and admit your boy was scared of Ward and stop making all these ridiculous excuses.

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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

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    He's been given two gifts in a row now. He lost last night and he probably lost against Jacobs (the only two good fighters he's fought) it's no surprise he wouldn't go up to 168 and fight Ward.
    Ward is a light heavyweight. It's like saying Why doesn't Ward jump up two weights to fight Joshua?

    Both jacobs and Canelo failed in their attempts vs a washed up 35 year old. Both guys ran and were scared of the power. Back to caneloweight for Alvarez vs guys more on his level. He tried stepping up to win the titles but came up short and his own fans bood him for not fighting like a Mexican. Tragic night for his career vs an old man
    Ward was at 168 when he called out Golovkin.
    Ward wasn't fighting anyone. He had contract issues. But even if he did call out a guy in the division below him they are still in different weight classes

    As we're Golovkin and Canelo but Alvarez stepped up and made it happen. He had the balls to do what Golovkin didn't and you can't dispute that.
    Canelo had to go up in weight because he can not make 154lb legally and fairly. The fat fucks last fight before GGG was at super middleweight.
    Nice story but it was only a year ago that Canelo made 154 to fight Smith for the WBO title so what you're saying simply isn't true. Just be honest and admit your boy was scared of Ward and stop making all these ridiculous excuses.
    His previous fights were at middleweight and he gets some help to make weight fighting at home.
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    @Master if that is true (it's not) then he can continue to "get help" as he has no reason to leave home. Alvarez actually started his career at welterweight so he's moved up two divisions already whilst GGG has spent his entire career at middleweight and flat out refused to move up to prove himself against Ward.

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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

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    He's been given two gifts in a row now. He lost last night and he probably lost against Jacobs (the only two good fighters he's fought) it's no surprise he wouldn't go up to 168 and fight Ward.
    Ward is a light heavyweight. It's like saying Why doesn't Ward jump up two weights to fight Joshua?

    Both jacobs and Canelo failed in their attempts vs a washed up 35 year old. Both guys ran and were scared of the power. Back to caneloweight for Alvarez vs guys more on his level. He tried stepping up to win the titles but came up short and his own fans bood him for not fighting like a Mexican. Tragic night for his career vs an old man
    Ward was at 168 when he called out Golovkin.
    Ward wasn't fighting anyone. He had contract issues. But even if he did call out a guy in the division below him they are still in different weight classes

    As we're Golovkin and Canelo but Alvarez stepped up and made it happen. He had the balls to do what Golovkin didn't and you can't dispute that.
    Canelo had to go up in weight because he can not make 154lb legally and fairly. The fat fucks last fight before GGG was at super middleweight.
    Nice story but it was only a year ago that Canelo made 154 to fight Smith for the WBO title so what you're saying simply isn't true. Just be honest and admit your boy was scared of Ward and stop making all these ridiculous excuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaMo View Post
    @Master if that is true (it's not) then he can continue to "get help" as he has no reason to leave home. Alvarez actually started his career at welterweight so he's moved up two divisions already whilst GGG has spent his entire career at middleweight and flat out refused to move up to prove himself against Ward.
    Let Canelo stay at home at light middleweight.

    GGG can continue to dominate and take all the trinkets at middleweight and continue to dominate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GaMo View Post
    @Master if that is true (it's not) then he can continue to "get help" as he has no reason to leave home. Alvarez actually started his career at welterweight so he's moved up two divisions already whilst GGG has spent his entire career at middleweight and flat out refused to move up to prove himself against Ward.

    Its more ore difficult to dominate 1 weight class than it is to cherry pick paper titles in different weigh classes cus if you stay in 1 division you can't avoid the best.

    Canelo has been calling himself middleweight champ ever since he beat a washed up Cotto and I'm sure there were a couple Canelo weight fights before that so he's been a middleweight for years. It makes sense why the ducked Golovkin for so many years now. He had his chance thought GGG was washed up but ultimately he got significantly outlanded and couldn't win.

    maybe better luck next may. Golovkin will be even older then

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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

    @Master good for him, who do you think will make more money? Some big names at 147 that could meet Canelo at 154 (and would) who has GGG got to fight that people would care about?

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    @Master good for him, who do you think will make more money? Some big names at 147 that could meet Canelo at 154 (and would) who has GGG got to fight that people would care about?
    Does not matter about the money, you can fight MMA fighters and make all the money in the world you will still be laughed at and damage your legacy.

    Canelo will be accused of hiding, ducking and avoiding GGG.
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    @GAME it's not difficult to dominate a division when the division is dead! Who has GGG beaten in almost 40 fights? He has a razor thin decision over Jacobs as the best victory of his career. Ward didn't have to move to 175 and fight Kovalev, going by your logic it would have been more difficult for him to stay at 168... are you joking or just being bias?

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    @Master good for him, who do you think will make more money? Some big names at 147 that could meet Canelo at 154 (and would) who has GGG got to fight that people would care about?
    Does not matter about the money, you can fight MMA fighters and make all the money in the world you will still be laughed at and damage your legacy.

    Canelo will be accused of hiding, ducking and avoiding GGG.

    You're the only person in the world who thinks a win damages your legacy and of course money matters, this is prize fighting! It's sweet that you think it's all about honour and pride sad but sweet.

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    @Master good for him, who do you think will make more money? Some big names at 147 that could meet Canelo at 154 (and would) who has GGG got to fight that people would care about?
    Does not matter about the money, you can fight MMA fighters and make all the money in the world you will still be laughed at and damage your legacy.

    Canelo will be accused of hiding, ducking and avoiding GGG.

    You're the only person in the world who thinks a win damages your legacy and of course money matters, this is prize fighting! It's sweet that you think it's all about honour and pride sad but sweet.
    Money can not buy legacy.
    Do not let success go to your head and do not let failure get to your heart.

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    Default Re: Can GGG get any better?

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
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    @Master good for him, who do you think will make more money? Some big names at 147 that could meet Canelo at 154 (and would) who has GGG got to fight that people would care about?
    Does not matter about the money, you can fight MMA fighters and make all the money in the world you will still be laughed at and damage your legacy.

    Canelo will be accused of hiding, ducking and avoiding GGG.

    You're the only person in the world who thinks a win damages your legacy and of course money matters, this is prize fighting! It's sweet that you think it's all about honour and pride sad but sweet.
    Money can not buy legacy.
    Beating guys like Monroe, Wade, Macklin and Rubio really doesn't do much to pad the old legacy and I Doubt it pads the bank account much either so I guess those fights were just all together pointless for GGG.

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