Bud vs Canelo who takes it?

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Bud vs Canelo who takes it?

  1. Bud

  2. Canelo

  1. GotchaHat

    GotchaHat New Member Full Member

    Jun 7, 2021
    Who takes this one?
  2. bandeedo

    bandeedo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Feb 19, 2007
    where do you guys come from?:confundio1:
  3. Themessiah

    Themessiah no hables tanta mierda Full Member

    Feb 1, 2021
    Canelo KO
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  4. Moonlight

    Moonlight Walking in the moonlight... lonely.. as always.. banned Full Member

    Nov 12, 2021
    Canelo outboxes him and possibly stops. Even Porter stunned him lots of times.
  5. panchman69

    panchman69 Well-Known Member Full Member

    Sep 10, 2012
    nobody because theyre 3 weight divisions apart.
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  6. DaRealJT

    DaRealJT President Pacquiao KO1 Biden Full Member

    Sep 26, 2021
  7. Serge

    Serge Ginger Dracula Staff Member

    Jul 21, 2009
    Crawford just has to get on his bicycle like he did against Pity Pat Postol and it's a relatively easy nights work for him, just as long as they don't stack the deck with a shoe box sized ring that is. It'll be boring as hell but Clenelo's feet are just way too slow. If Crawford tries to stand and trade with him his shaky chin will get cracked by one of Clen's clenbuterol bombs.

    This is not like a Clen vs Usyk match up where in addition to everything else he has over him the later also has a iron chin and can beat him numerous different ways, Terry's CV is devoid of legit punchers and on the few occasions he has fought one he's been hurt or dropped and his chin is not clenbuterol-proof. Terry considers Egis and Cuban leprechaun Gamboa his toughest fights.

    'What Crawford can do is identify what has been his toughest fight to date. He tabs two: his first lightweight title defense against former unified featherweight titlist Yuriorkis Gamboa, whom he stopped in the ninth round of an Omaha, Nebraska, homecoming fight in June 2014, and a welterweight title defense against “Mean Machine” Egidijus Kavaliauskas, who he also stopped in the ninth round of a December 2019 welterweight title defense at Madison Square Garden in New York.

    Crawford had a rocky start against Gamboa, who controlled several early rounds before Crawford knocked him down four times en route to the victory. Kavaliauskas didn’t win many rounds but he gave Crawford some problems and appeared to score a knockdown that referee Ricky Gonzalez ruled a slip.

    “I believe I made the ‘Mean Machine’ fight harder than it could have been,” Crawford told The Ring. “Gamboa, I think I was still a little green and he was seasoned. He was real skillful. He did a lot of things right and I started off doing a lot of things wrong, and he picked up on that.”

    In the Kavaliauskas fight, Crawford said his issues were because “I was not being patient. I was fighting his fight.”
  8. FrankinDallas

    FrankinDallas Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Jul 24, 2004
    He's a kid, leave him alone.
  9. VBOX


    Feb 8, 2012
    Crawford KO1 obviously.
  10. MURK20

    MURK20 Boxing Addict Full Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    Every worse are the dummies who bite.
  11. MannyMMA

    MannyMMA Member Full Member

    Sep 11, 2011
    A better matchup would be young 154 pound Canelo against current Crawford. Canelo is moving up to cruiser FFS
  12. lepinthehood

    lepinthehood When I'm drinking you leave me well alone Full Member

    Aug 27, 2011
    Canelo is better than Crawford all round.