Errol Spence Called Out Canelo And Was Offered $20 Million—Will He Duck???

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Yes or No

  1. Yes, it's a blatant duck.

  2. No, Spence was just joking (lol).

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  1. Serge

    Serge Slick Luciferian Gay Gypsy Staff Member

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    Errol Spence 25-0

    4-0 against world class fighters

    1-0 against world class fighters his own size and they were damaged goods

    2-0 against career 140 pounder Paulie level featherfists who were or should've been 1-2 in their last 3 fights

    1-0 against a 135 pounder who was fighting in their 5th weight class, giving away every possible physical advantage (and not by a little bit either) and had about as much right being up at 147 as Spence does being down at 135.
     
  2. 22JM

    22JM Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Lol Spence doesn't beat Canelo, you either delusional or just hate Canelo
     
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  3. Badbot

    Badbot Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    How about these guys stick to their own weigh classes?
    They both have unfinished business.
     
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  4. Bustajay

    Bustajay Feel the Steel/Balls Deep Full Member

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    And just know that in the Military you can assume for every $100 promised they take back $99!
     
  5. Bustajay

    Bustajay Feel the Steel/Balls Deep Full Member

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    Big Red will KILL Spence :ambulance::ambulance::afro::ambulance:
     
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  6. PernellSweetPea

    PernellSweetPea Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    They will not fight. There is too much to lose for both, but Spence has more to lose. He will not put himself at that weight disadvantage to fight the top guy now. A loss to Canelo right now would always follow him..
     
  7. Staminakills

    Staminakills Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Obviously you've not paid any attention to myself. Canelo has always been my fighter. I've been on his train since 2010.
    Spence is also special and he's going to grow perfectly into a very dangerous and deadly mw. They said in a couple years. He'll finish up cleaning out ww then a fight maybe at 154 then whoever is the lightest mw title holder then canelo.

    No shame in losing to spence, just like canelo losing to ggg doesn't hurt him because canelo was very competitive, for 24 rounds both showed unbelievable talents just ggg was that one level better.. watching without the emotion of the scene and without expectations it was clear ggg did what he wanted throughout...

    These fights lead me to the scoring, judges need to be held accountable, maybe they're seeing things differently but they need to start following boxing's scoring criteria. GGG helped as much as he possibly could. If they had open scoring (most important/greatest change,ever)

    Someone would had kissed the canvas if ggg knew he was down 4/5 rounds after 8.
     
  8. IsaL

    IsaL Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Spence is half a year older than Canelo.

    I don't think there is anymore growing for either fighter brah.

    He's half a year from being 30. He likely has three more years in prime/peak form before his body slowly begins to welt.

    He's still not done ANYTHING in the WW division aside of beating a damaged Brook.

    When is Spence planning on cleaning out the WW division? He at least has Thurman, Pacquiao, Crawford, Porter, Garcia to deal with. That's at the very least three years worth of work

    Then he has to go through 154. Even if he just picks up a paper title against a weak title holder, that's at a minimum one year worth of work for PBC standards.

    By the time he becomes a MW he will be 34.

    Idtyksab
     
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  9. Olu G. Rotimi

    Olu G. Rotimi Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I agree absolutely.
     
  10. Paranoid Android

    Paranoid Android Manny Pacquiao — The Thurmanator booted Full Member

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    It's absolutely a duck when you call someone out and then say no when it's offered. There's really no gray area here.

    :nusenuse:
     
  11. Olu G. Rotimi

    Olu G. Rotimi Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    By growing what he means is over time Spence will fit comfortably into Middleweight. The fact he is a year older than Canelo means nothing as he is the fresher fighter in boxing years. Canelo turned pro at 15. Spence was a top class International amateur and Olympian. He will be a Middleweight at 31/32 because I don’t envision him fighting at 154 for long merely part of his preparation to take Canelo. Canelo I suspect will be finished by the time he is 34 whereas Spence supreme athlete that he is will be at his peak up to age 36 should he choose.
     
  12. Staminakills

    Staminakills Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Holy ****, i actually thoughtbhe was 24 going on 25. Shows how much I've been paying attention...

    He might take that 20m and just go war qith canelo. ****ing canelo is younger than spence, lmmfao.

    Damn canelo the man, still lost both ggg fights. That's only fight i care aboutbst mw... GGG knows factually the tko is needed to win and going with that in mind.

    Of course he fully expected to get more than fair treatment in the 2nd fight, buy NOPE.

    GGG will beat him 3rd time around.
    GGG can still perform at an elite level.

    Both ggg and canelo are elite fighters and will always make for great fights, unreal talent displayed with them 2
     
  13. IsaL

    IsaL Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Lol. Bro, how can we have a serious debate if you don't use facts?
     
  14. IsaL

    IsaL Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Unless you're a fortune teller there's not much substance to your post.

    Fact is Spence and Canelo are practically the same age, Canelo with overall has less fights than Spence if you consider their pro and amateur fights.

    One thing that does favor your argument specifically in regards to ring age is that Canelo is the more ambitious fighter and as a result has fought the higher caliber opponents, that does take away from a fighters prime.
     
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  15. Bustajay

    Bustajay Feel the Steel/Balls Deep Full Member

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    And Big Red crushes Spence today, tomorrow, next month and even next year.

    Canelo is on a roll and I think if he stays around his current sweet spot/divisions and not jump into 175 he beats everyone for the next few years
     


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