Golovkin: “I won both fights against Canelo, I know that!”

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  1. bandeedo

    bandeedo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    that sounds ridiculous, no way did i see ggg land 100 more punches.
     
  2. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    That’s according to compubox which is a load of rubbish. Watch Artorias boxing vids, the guy is reliable, I watched the first canelo ggg fight couting every punch in slow motion and got very similar results to him
     
  3. dinovelvet

    dinovelvet Antifanboi Full Member

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    Artorias boxing is a biased . He also twisted video footage to try and show Floyd lost to Hoya and Pacman.

    The compubox numbers don't lie.

    Compubox shows Maidana out landed Floyd on power punches in the first fight. Thats why it was so close , with many people giving it to Maidana. I thought it was a draw.

    Floyd came back in the rematch , made the proper adjustments and out landed Maidane in total punches and in power punches.

    GG should have made the adjustments Canelo made but didn't/couldn't.
     
  4. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I agree Pac didn’t win the Floyd fight but De La Hoya for me was a close contest in which I still think Floyd came out on top.
    But I am just saying, I spent 5.5 hrs counting punches in the first GGG vs Canelo fight and had very similar results, I didn’t count punches in any other fights so I’m basing my trust on that one instance.

    I actually think GGG made adjustements (as did Canelo) and I had GGG winning 117-111 while the firsy fight was 116-112 even though i had the score wider, the second fight was closer, with some close rounds, but for me GGG controlled the distance throughout the whole contest, blocked most of Canelo’s punches, landed the biggest and most effective punches in the fight, had Canelo hurt twice and landed more.
    That’s why I’ll never put Canelo anywhere in top 3 P4P, the guy should have 4 or 5 losses. He was outboxed and outbattled by a 35/36 year old GGG
     
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  5. cleglue1

    cleglue1 Active Member Full Member

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    FACTS.
     
  6. LeftRightDownThePipe

    LeftRightDownThePipe Well-Known Member booted Full Member

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    YCDKSAB
     
  7. LeftRightDownThePipe

    LeftRightDownThePipe Well-Known Member booted Full Member

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    It’s a quality HONEST channel dip****. Your crap posts are what’s bias and complete trash.

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  8. PunchersChance.

    PunchersChance. Active Member booted Full Member

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    This is what every neutral saw. GGG must have the most deluded fanbase in boxing history. He just isn’t that good.
     
  9. sdot_thadon

    sdot_thadon Member Full Member

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    What everyone seems to overlook is how subjective boxing is, so much fanboy bs for every. single. fight. Now every fight that isn't clear is a robbery......unless the guy you backed won. Most of you on this forum have biases whether it be race related, geographical, old stupid promotional alliances/rivalries, stylistic preference, etc. It's really difficult to get past all that. Even for writers, analysts, and JUDGES. 1st fight was close to where I'd accept the results, Byrd's card also didn't really register to me. Why? Because had she put that he won by a single round instead of 20 no one would have batted an eyelash but would have rendered the exact same result. You guys are fans of boxing it's always been this way.

    On subject I don't have a problem with him feeling like he won the 1st fight, it was that murky and hard to judge imo. But the 2nd? He lost a close but pretty clearly decision in my mind. Carrying on like he is will just complicate making the 3rd fight he's in a fallout shelter waiting for.
     
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  10. Luis Fernando

    Luis Fernando Well-Known Member booted Full Member

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    Maybe! But at the same time, both your hands also lost credibility when they borderline bounced off Canelo's body with 0 effect, despite landing with maximum power. Your inability to drop Canelo after being in the ring against him for eternity by boxing standards (24 hours) is a testament to your lack of worth and relegates your hands to that of a girly little sissy psy that belongs in the kitchen and not in the boxing ring anymore.

    Keep crying! But whilst you're at it, consider also breaking your hands permanently out of the sheer shame, embarrassment and disgrace for failing to drop, that's right, drop Canelo Alvarez in 24 rounds, despite landing your best shots.
     
  11. Bustajay

    Bustajay Feel the Steel/Balls Deep Full Member

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    Not happy about this fight either as N’Dam has some of the best footwork in the business :beer-toast1:
     
  12. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia #IrrationalGarcia Full Member

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    I scored both for him. Second fight closer than the first. I think suggesting either fighter won either fight 'easily' is either fan-boying for one side or being a contrarian for the other.
     


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