Difficult to correctly scale abilities at this stage.
(See Eubank jr)
Canelo is an top fighter. No doubt about it and I've never denied it.
Just a level below Golovkin
That's a brilliant observation and I'm glad someone on here is thinking deeper about all this stuff, because the official half-witted narratives...
Joshua has built by far the best CV on the planet amongst current heavyweights.
Say what you want about him but no-one's CV comes close
He'll always have the equaliser in his right hand and he's much better coming in light, keeping on his toes and and waiting for an opening as per...
One of my faves from the late 90s.
1. How good a front-runner Briggs was. You can see exactly why is first and second round KO rate was...
I must admit I've only seen him fight once live and it's when he got smoked by Joshua in the least competitive fight I've ever seen.
He more or less maxed out.
Poor CV bolstered by highlight reel knockouts, and only agreed to Fury fight because Fury was a washed up 400 pound...
But other fighters would have smoked him too.
This is misleading on his CV
But so is Eddie the Eagle
He's far more popular in retrospect than he was at the time.
I was 11 when Bruno fought Lewis and some of the coverage was pretty damn...
I think he's played it smart on one level - using the Eubank name/brand to get gigs he'd not yet earned - but also terrible on another level by...
Too tough for domestic fights.
Nowhere near good enough boxer for World level fights
Strange place to be in
Yes Holyfield was 40 and past it, but this is a fantastic boxing exhibition from Toney.
Despite the self-delusion and absurd losses he took later...
If Fury had fought Haye back in '13 as planned, I think Haye would have iced him.
Fury was still blocking punches with his face back then and...
Limited perhaps but Sanders could really bang.
He's one of those who could beat almost anyone on a given day
Toney was a fat Middleweight who was so good a boxer and so solid a chin he was a legit top drawer Cruiserweight.
The Heavyweight division was a...
Sanchez is a bellend to be fair
Fighting GGG at 160 then boiling back down to 147 seven months later to fight Spence is one of the more suicidal moves I've seen a Boxer perform.
… just kidding
Nice guy though
His late 20s early 30s would be his physical prime.
His career got off to a slow start as per Eastern European amateurs do, and he was then...
Prime against Prime GGG probably does time for murder against Canelo.
He's tougher, and yes … a better Boxer.
By the book - Golovkin
Strong moral case for a draw at least - Canelo
And I say that as a Golovkin fan who hates the ginger one...
It's a boxing forum, mate
Povetkin for aesthetics but Whyte can throw a sledgemmmer, seemingly from his elbow.