I think Wilder would beat a lot more guys than most on here, but I'd back Parker to win this one.
He arguably lost to Trout and Lara, and did lose to Floyd. Canelo fought each of the others and should be 1-2 or 0-3.
And what he went on to...
Doesn't really change that, at the time Canelo lost to Floyd, he hadn't yet fought Lara or Angulo, which is again, what bogo is talking about....
I believe bogo is saying on fight night, Canelo had only just beaten Trout by controversial decision. Canelo doesn't fight Angulo out Lara until...
Fury says a lot of things. I wouldn't take any of it seriously.
Pacquiao was the favorite at -145.
Mayweather was the favorite at -280.
Not saying the odds on the night of the fight say which win is better,...
I think it generally catches up to the fighter.
Edit: For those unaware, McDonnell was 143 on the night of the fight vs Inoue, the fight...
Welcome to boxing, where the old often lose to the young.
No he doesn't.
That's about all I can think of.
His rabid fan base.
Everybody else is aware he failed a couple tests.
Well that was a fun watch.
When you're in the minority about everything it might not be everybody else who dksab.
Absolutely, when talking about taking the risk to fight in another fighters backyard does it come into consideration. Usyk cleared out...
Canelo, outside vegas, would have lost to GGG both times. Possibly Lara and Trout as well.
Can't say the same about Usyk considering he fought...
I think it's a great fight for Garcia, and besides he has nothing to lose.
That's fair, but he was much younger than Korobov as well.
Now I see why everybody is ignoring you, I think I'll follow suit.
Well this is a **** argument.
Fury is more versatile, poll has it right with 80% to Fury.
He looked good against both GGG and Jacobs.
Charlo on the other hand has fought nobody at middleweight and looked like garbage against Korobov.
Finally Charlo does something. Looking forward to it.
Or in Parker vs Whyte where Whyte swings 3 points his way off a headbutt.