2022 Boxing Predictions

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by HDmexiqtioner, Jan 4, 2022.

  1. HDmexiqtioner

    HDmexiqtioner Member Full Member

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    New Year, New Boxing? Just curious of everyone's take on what could or will happen for boxing in 2022.

    Feel free to post what you think will happen this year? Huge bouts, a new P4P great, prospect to be a champion, new rules, legacy and career guesses, all is fair game.

    What do you think will happen for Boxing in 2022?

    This is subjective predictions, so no hard feelings at all. All in good fun.
     
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  2. HDmexiqtioner

    HDmexiqtioner Member Full Member

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    - If Canelo beats Makabu for the WBC strap, I am certain (or at least a good feeling) that he can use his WBC championship status to go up and challenge for the new Bridgerweight division to both grant it legitimacy and name recognition for a new division.

    - Oscar De La Hoya will have a "triller type" bout and be beat via tko or ko.

    - Wilder vs Joshua

    - Anderson Silva will box again for a PPV card

    - A "New George Foreman" aka an older champion recaptures the title and thrusting them into the public eye.

    - Spence vs Crawford

    - Josh Taylor (undisputed 140) will challenge whomever is Undisputed at 147 or at least call them out proper.

    - Donire vs Inoue II
     
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  3. Bronze Tiger

    Bronze Tiger Boxing Addict Full Member

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    My money is on Crawford
     
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  4. mr. magoo

    mr. magoo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Someone will get KTFO
     
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  5. Reinhardt

    Reinhardt Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Spence will continue to duck Crawford, hey that prediction has worked for the last 3 years.
     
  6. Braindamage

    Braindamage Baby Face Beast Full Member

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    I perdict you will be right. LOL
     
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  7. MidniteProwler

    MidniteProwler Fab 4 Full Member

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    Jake Paul will get KTFO
    Lol
     
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  8. Kell Macabe

    Kell Macabe I don’t know s*** about boxing Full Member

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    Usyk will KO Apple Juice badly.


    Fury will lose a decision to Usyk and he will be the greatest fighter if his generation
     
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  9. Smudge_

    Smudge_ Teak tough Full Member

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    Usyk to KO Joshua in the rematch.

    Crawford vs. Spence won't happen.

    Fury to fight only once, against an underwhelming opponent.

    Chisora to get a win, then retire.
     
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  10. Benladdie3000

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  11. anjawnaymiz

    anjawnaymiz That new gorilla tape, is it silver backed? Full Member

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    Aj vs whyte 2

    taylor vs Crawford

    Buatsi vs yarde
     
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  12. anjawnaymiz

    anjawnaymiz That new gorilla tape, is it silver backed? Full Member

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    I honestly can’t call the khan vs brook fight
     
  13. MeatFeastMan

    MeatFeastMan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Josh Taylor KO's Terence Crawford. That's my boldest prediction. Said it in another thread, I'll repeat it here.

    Usyk-AJ rematch happens and I think Usyk knocks a reckless AJ out, maybe 6th, 7th or 8th rounds I think.

    No Fury-Usyk and no Crawford-Spence, resulting in riots on the streets and violent chaos everywhere.

    Demetrius Andrade is ducked yet again by Jermall Charlo, who moves up to 168 to fight my dead cat instead. The cat resurrects itself and slaps Jermall round the ring to punish him for his shocking behaviour and then goes back into his grave to feast on some chicken.

    Tank fights an Inactive midget in Gary Russell Jr and calls it a legitimate win, while Ryan Garcia tells everyone on Instagram that he beat Isaac Cruz more convincingly than Tank, and then says he's got a mental health issue and a sore toe.

    Adrien Broner has a tune-up fight to avoid Conor Benn, who ends up fighting Avanesyan instead. Benn proceeds to get his butt kicked by Avanesyan and the hype train is suddenly ended. Fish Eyes kicks Benn while he's down in order to dump all over Hearn.

    Lerrone Richards and Hughie 'Shades of Ali' Fury continue to tuck us all in for the night and sing us a lullaby so we can all have a great night's sleep.
     
  14. Veerbone

    Veerbone New Member Full Member

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    Come on man, that's almost a given.