Canelo has improved but he still might have the same flaws

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  1. Dance84

    Dance84 Active Member Full Member

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    Not saying it's certain but they can definitely get the scorecards close enough to were canelo might lose
     
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    titanic Well-Known Member Full Member

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    :aaaaa:That's Hereditary :zplayita:
     
  3. Nopporn

    Nopporn Boxing Addict Full Member

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    BJS is the one who can beat Canelo but he will finally get robbed like Lara.
     
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    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I reckon Saunders caused himself more problems sniffing all that nasal spray than he would cause Canelo lol.
     
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    oldcanvasback Member Full Member

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    B
    ....but an older Trout.
     
  6. Dance84

    Dance84 Active Member Full Member

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    30 year old trout coming off four fresh wins in a row . This trout wasn't inactive like the one Jarrett Hurd fought .
     
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    oldcanvasback Member Full Member

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    I think Canelo has improved on his flaws - feet & stamina. He'll never have the feet of Pernel Whittaker or the stamina of Joe Calzaghe but he is a very good fighter and appears to be getting better.
     
  8. Dance84

    Dance84 Active Member Full Member

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    We have to apply this logic to canelo as well . Canelo beat a past prime 36 year old GGG. . he also beat a 40 year old past prime Mosley and a 35 year old cotto that was damaged by margarito
     
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    You seem to know really little about what footwork actually is.
    First of all, Jermall got a gift that night. And Trout, while on the back foot, mostly stood in front of Jermall.
    Alvarez is a pressure fighter, this is why he has some issues with guys who rely on footwork. BJS is the only one at MW with elite level footwork(in terms of moving a lot).
    Who at MW can move like Lara and Floyd?
     
  10. Dance84

    Dance84 Active Member Full Member

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    Again no one can move like them . All I'm saying is you don't need that kind of level of footwork to beat canelo
     
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    oldcanvasback Member Full Member

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    True. But he fought Mosley before his
    True but it was a 22 y.o. Canelo who fought Mosley, Cotto was a belt holder as was GGG. GGG at 36 is obviously not prime but still beats just about everyone.
     
  12. Badbot

    Badbot Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Then what do you need? Majority of the current top MW's like to stay on the line, which plays into Canelo's strengths.
    It's not like Alvarez is just standing still in one place. He knows how to move and has proven it time and time again.
     
  13. Dance84

    Dance84 Active Member Full Member

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    I'm not saying if they had a belt or not I'm talking the quality of opponent they were
     
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  14. Dance84

    Dance84 Active Member Full Member

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    I mean that. Middleweights right now are all different types of opponens that have chances at actually beating him
     
  15. Badbot

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    Well that's as vague as it gets...
     

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