Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by BoxingDialogue, Jul 30, 2021.
Is this enough time? Or should Bivol just decline the offer and move on.
Canelo was preparing for Plant who's pretty different, so he's also got 6 weeks to prepare for Bivol and presumably he's going to fight at a different weight class than he planned.
Decline and move on. Canelo wont get any credit for beating him on here, the typical newbs want a 16 week training camp for Bivol.
Bivol has wanted Canelo since he signed with DAZN.
Bivol has known there was a possibility he could fight Canelo next since he fought on the Katie Taylor undercard a week before Canelo-Saunders.
He didn't fight on a Katie Taylor undercard for "the prestige." (LOL)
Bivol wanted to be on the same training schedule as Canelo.
It's not like he's been sitting around getting fat.
He's been training just like Canelo has. He's a pro.
Beterbiev and Canelo. That's who Bivol wants. And now he might get one of them.
Clenelo always giving short camps to his opponents and then acts like he’s done something
biggest fraud in boxing
Some fraud. (LOL)
If Caleb Plant wanted to fight Bivol next, would you tell Bivol to turn it down because there isn't enough time to prepare? (LOL)
Canelo is clearly an all-time great. He's the Mickey Walker of this era. Bivol fought seven days before Canelo. Bivol is always in the gym. No one is getting caught off guard here.
If you need more than a month and a half to prepare for a "fraud" ... what the hell does that make you?
Kovalev I could understand that he was shot worse than Kurt Cobain's head, but if people **** on Canelo for Bivol that's really unscrupulous because if Bivol accepts the fight and cuts down to 168 , any mishap that might happen is on him assuming the judges aren't paid off.
I believe Canelo is moving up to 175, so there shouldnt be any excuses.
No way that's happening, not when Bivol has said that he can move down to 168 .
canelo doesnt just want to fight bivol, he wants to own his division.
Bivol never fought a single pro boxing match at 168, can he really make it without killing himself or its the same as with GGG, when he said he can go to 154 to fight Floyd, hahaha
I thought the exact same thing, he's getting a bit overexcited and is bending over, given that it's Canelo we're talking about we don't know how much advantage he'll take to Dmitry's readiness to make the fight happen.
If he beats drained Bivol it gonna be another tarnished win, like almost all Canelos big wins, hahaah, but i just watched his most recent interview and his manager Vadim Kornilov said that Bivol is not very big for 175, so lets hope he wont be drained.