Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by IntentionalButt, Nov 19, 2021.
Case in point:
That's...the same tweet. Or is that a self-deprecating meta joke?
Andrade said it himself, He wants a loser of GGG vs Murata.
That was surprisingly not hard to watch & a great exciting win for Andrade.
he should get a GGG or Charlo fight he deserves it.
If not at least Munguía … geez
I would love to see GGG fight Andrade... been wanting this fight for years.
Unfortunately Andrade is a high risk low reward, so im not holding my breath. Funny, GGG complained all his career that he was avoided, but he also avoids fighters. GGG also said he wanted to be undisputed at MW. Well GGG, here's your chance, take it.
I'd like to see him fight those three in this order:
Btw, I would make him the underdog agaisnt all three... with Charlo being his hardest, Munguia his next hardest, and GGG being his easiest.
Im going to say something mildly controversial, Quigley overall actually looked to me to be the technically better fighter in there.
he had a bad defensive habit of pulling away from the right hook into the left hook. As far as the boxing went though he was winning first contract (ie the actual boxing part)
I see it the exact opposite. Charlo has always struggled with southpaws, Andrade wouldn't be a walk in the park for him. Intelligent and unrelenting pressure from a fighter with a good chin is what will do in Andrade. Munguia is getting better with every fight and that's GGG's specialty.
Not controversial. Quigley is more of a textbook fighter, while Andrade is very unorthodox. A lot of the time talent beats skill. Look at Mayorga-Forrest.
No joke I thought you posted the Claressa Shields tweet.
Assuming GGG win vs Murata, he will wait to see if he gets a third shot at Canelo after the Makabu fiasco. That would mean waiting till the end of the year for an Andrade fight. Make the Charlo fight happen in the spring; that SHOULD be the easiest fight to make.
Funny I have that order exactly the opposite.
GGG isn't taking any kind of cheap KD early. He's used to following guys around while they try something cute and he hits really hard.
Munguia has the physical assets but he's inexperienced and Andrade will show him something he's never seen, but I think Munguia could pull it off if he is willing to do anything to win.
Charlo doesn't throw in high volume, so he can lose rounds even when Andrade is being careful. I actually think Andrade beats him for stylistic reasons.
So...we're pretending that GGG isn't fighting Murata next, who is objectively better and more successful than Andrade on both a professional and amateur level in every conceivable way?