Canelo ring antics vs BJS

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  1. MarvelousMarvinGolovkin

    MarvelousMarvinGolovkin Member Full Member

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    Not really lol
    It happens all the time
    Except they may use a injury as the cover story. The fight is still happening so I don't know why people are crapping their pants about clear mind tactics
     
  2. FrankinDallas

    FrankinDallas Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Apparently Canelo cares about 2' because he wanted an 18' ring and agreed to a larger, 20' ring.
     
  3. shadow111

    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    This happens all the time?? LOL nothing like this has ever happened.

    We know this is Gypsy mind games, but they have drawn a line in the sand and then their pride takes over so if you don't at least meet them in the middle they may well pull out.
     
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  4. MarvelousMarvinGolovkin

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    Tyson Fury vs Klitschko 2015
    Peter Fury said the ring padding was too thick on the day of the fight, guess what?
    It was changed on the day of the fight.
    It's literally Tuesday it's not that serious
     
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  5. shadow111

    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Yeah after Wladimir agreed to Fury's demands to have a harder canvas then he lost every round because he never fought on a canvas that hard. Canelo isn't a dummy like Wlad, but neither is Billy. Billy talks about wanting fairness but he said not just for him but also for Canelo, so both sides have to be willing to meet in the middle so each side feels good about the agreement, instead of doing what Wlad did and just giving Fury everything he wanted.

    Billy would get a mental edge if Canelo agreed to 22 feet. Now would that mental edge be enough for Billy to win? Who knows, but you don't want to give him that kind of an advantage. On the other hand, 21 feet gives both of them an equal mental edge so neither side feels like they got what they wanted, but also both sides feel like they pushed the other to come closer to what they wanted.
     
  6. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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    I swear if Canelos ringer was exposed you and 22 would have a fight to the death to see who gives it the first lick
     
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  7. Col Mortimer

    Col Mortimer The question isn't indiscreet.The answer could be Full Member

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    In all fairness mate, nor is a 22ft ring unreasonable.

    If it wasn't stipulated clearly in the contract prior to signing and they now can't agree they should flick a bloody coin.

    If it was stipulated clearly then who ever is now trying to move the goalposts is at fault. One of them needs to man up!
     
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  8. mafioso

    mafioso Well-Known Member Full Member

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    In fact it is considered a big ring lol...ask anybody they will answer that size for a ring is 16,18 or 20ft never heard of a ring bigger than that
     
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  9. DynamicMoves

    DynamicMoves Active Member Full Member

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    AJ vs Ruiz 2 at 22 ft.
    AJ has been mocked for it.
     
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  10. shadow111

    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    If it wasn't stipulated clearly in the contract, then it defaults to the standard. 20 feet is the standard.
     
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  11. lordlosh

    lordlosh Well-Known Member Full Member

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    People s**** on BJS, but why Canelo team just don`t go on 22-24ft ring? If he is so great, what will be the problem to fight on 22-24ft ring?
     
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  12. Quina74

    Quina74 Active Member Full Member

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    It's because Canelo is not and never has been great, he's a very good fighter but he is not great. And that very good status is put in doubt by all these questionable conditions he puts in place and constant weight jumping and cherrypicking. A great fighter would not get beat by 2x 36 year olds on 3 occasions.
     
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  13. Col Mortimer

    Col Mortimer The question isn't indiscreet.The answer could be Full Member

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    If that is the case and it was overlooked by Saunders team then it is what it is. Their bad. Simples. Get on with it.
     
  14. bandeedo

    bandeedo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    stfu, dumbass.:lol:
     
  15. Quina74

    Quina74 Active Member Full Member

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    A naive fool calling someone else a dumbass... Ha! The irony
     
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