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Old 09-17-2013, 09:54 PM   #31
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Default Re: Lara can beat Mayweather

I think both Sergio and GGG beat Floyd.
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:02 PM   #32
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GGG has as little chance of defeating Mayweather as Canelo. He loses after being schooled the same way Canelo was schooled.
Lara is the only one at weight that has a good chance of offering Mayweather a tough fight.
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:18 PM   #33
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GGG has as little chance of defeating Mayweather as Canelo. He loses after being schooled the same way Canelo was schooled.
Lara is the only one at weight that has a good chance of offering Mayweather a tough fight.
nope. when GGG hits floyd in the body he will go down.
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:24 PM   #34
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After watching Catchweather dominating a green as a cucumber and weight drained Canelo yesterday, I'm convinced that the only way to beat a Floyd in stick-and-move mode is to be able to match his footspeed. Canelo had enough handspeed, ability to anticipate, and surprisingly, at least enough stamina to make the fight competitive for around 6 rounds, at that point Floyd took control and Canelo's stamina problems became evident.


But I think Saul's main problem was his footwork, he might be 23yo but gawd, he moves his feet as if he was 40. Floyd was always controlling the distance keeping Canelo away from him, and Canelo just couldn't move his feet fast enough to close the gap and unleash his combos or to keep Mayweather pinned to the ropes long enough to make damage. If Canelo had the same footspeed as someone like Pacquiao for example, he would have given Mayweather hell.


Erislandy Lara would be Mayweather's worst stylistical nightmare from 140-154 lbs, a slickster with plenty of athletic ability, speed in both hand and feet, great defensive skills and counter-punching ability, truckloads of experience due to an extensive amateur career, and one of the best footwork in the game, fast and precise enough to match Mayweather's specially considering the difference in size between these two


Right now, Lara is the only fighter from 140-154 that can beat Floyd. Garcia, Bradley, Broner, Khan, etc none of these bitches have a snowball's chance in hell. And that's precissely why Floyd will duck Lara instead of defending the 154 belts against him, like a truly prospective ¨GOAT¨¨Better than Robinson¨etc, should do.


Dear Floyd: Grow a pair and fight Lara plz
Lara almost got knocked out by Angulo sloth ass so I'm pretty sure it won't be hard for Floyd to find that Cuban chin
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Old 09-17-2013, 10:25 PM   #35
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nope. when GGG hits floyd in the body he will go down.
Matthysse and ggg are the most dangerious and maybe PACman if he's still the same
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