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Old 01-21-2013, 07:18 PM   #16
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Donaire
Ward
Broner
Mares
Alvarez
Bradley
Ioka
Mikey Garcia
Danny Garcia
Yamanaka

It's all near impossible to predict at this point. I'll give other possible shouts for various reasons to: Golovkin, Matthysse, Chavez Jr, Roman Gonzalez, Burns, Uchiyama, Russell Jr, Moreno
The only one I think has no chance on that list is Chavez Jr. He was dominated by Sergio for 11 and a half rounds and his size helped him to a grandstand finish against Martinez.

When he sheds his middleweight skin and moves to 168 or 175 he won't enjoy such advantages. And he lacks the basic fundamentals to beat the top guys.

I didn't include Alvarez in my list as I think he's about to up his level of competiton and start to taste defeat.

I also agree with the other guy on Danny Garcia- a placeholder and he will have lost by the end of the year Khan or Mathysee.

Burns is a long shot but so was Froch a few years back and he's included in quite a few lists now.
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Those pix are not Ward and Broner.
OP is a racist faggit who think all we blacks look alike.
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:19 PM   #18
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The only one I think has no chance on that list is Chavez Jr. He was dominated by Sergio for 11 and a half rounds and his size helped him to a grandstand finish against Martinez.

When he sheds his middleweight skin and moves to 168 or 175 he won't enjoy such advantages. And he lacks the basic fundamentals to beat the top guys.

I didn't include Alvarez in my list as I think he's about to up his level of competiton and start to taste defeat.

I also agree with the other guy on Danny Garcia- a placeholder and he will have lost by the end of the year Khan or Mathysee.

Burns is a long shot but so was Froch a few years back and he's included in quite a few lists now.


Promoters and having good/protective ones have as much to do with it as anything else.
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:21 PM   #19
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OP is a racist faggit who think all we blacks look alike.
All balcks don't lookalike your the racist. Here are some different looking black people:

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Old 01-21-2013, 07:23 PM   #20
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In NO particular order:

***Obvious choices:
Donaire
Ward
Broner

***Somewhat likely:
Canelo
Quillin
GR Jr.

Gambles:
Vargas
Khan
Andrede
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:25 PM   #22
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Broner
Ward
Canelo
Donaire
Golovkin
Mikey
Thurman
Bradley
Trout
Khan

I was also thinking Khan could come roaring back but I was scared to put him because this thread would just turn into people saying he has a glass jaw.

Not sold on Thurman myself- think he's a hypejob.
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:27 PM   #23
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I was never a big Mikey fan, but after seeing how expertly he dismantled Salido, don't see how he will be left off anyone's p4p list for the next 5 years or so.

Yep. First time we have seen him in with an elite guy and he dominated. Not even Gamboa or Marquez was as impressive in victory over Warlando
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Old 01-21-2013, 07:28 PM   #24
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Promoters and having good/protective ones have as much to do with it as anything else.

That's why Gamboa is ****ed
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I was also thinking Khan could come roaring back but I was scared to put him because this thread would just turn into people saying he has a glass jaw.

Not sold on Thurman myself- think he's a hypejob.
Khan is so talented, I won't lie his chin worries me, I think we will find out soon.


Thurman will become a dodged fighter within a year but he has the HBO, Golden Boy, Haymon backing, I nearly put JCC JR instead but I'm not sure if he wants to box enough.
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Ward
donaire
mikey
gary russell
Bronner
Mares
Quilling
Wlad
Bradley
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This dickhead did the same thing in the Donaire v Rigondeaux thread.

Anyway I'd say that Lomachenko will be on there as well.
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Andre Ward is probably nailed on. He's already beat the best fighter at Super Middleweight and beat the best Light Heavyweight and I can't see anyone beating him to be frank.
That is Dirrell.
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I'd favor Adrein Broner to beat everyone at Lightweight but I'm not convinced that once he moves up he will be as dominate. In fact I wouldn't rule out Khan beating him if he stays disciplined. But I'm going to go out on a limp and say Broner is there.
That is Judah.
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As the final guy in the 10 I'll guess that Tim Bradley is still somewhat relevant in 4-5 years.
That is Alexander.



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