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Old 02-05-2013, 05:00 AM   #316
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Default Re: Best cherry pickers of all time.

Originally Posted by Nonito Smoak View Post
Anyone like the anyone's he's fought in his career. They always meet one or both of two standards: A) at the time a 154 pounder or a small MW coming up, or B) coming off defeats and a ways removed from any former glory once achieved.

Horrible example, dude, to use Golovkin.

I can name you 50 guys easily who would trample all over Golovkin on a "P4P list." He doesn't even factor into this equation, as you can't cherry pick when your career, if you retired today, is utterly beyond irrelevant.
I'm not saying ggg is one of the best yet
But When you have guy that's begging to fight the best at 160-168 and there turning him down or blowing him off that says something but i will admit his upcoming fight In march Is dissipointing but since it's two months after his last fight I think it's ok as long as it doesn't happen again

Floyd fools all his fans and I think it's got so bad now that a lot are turning on him

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