Out of the top 3 p4p who has the best resumes

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  1. gdm

    gdm Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Clen should have more than one L on his resume
     
  2. Boxlight

    Boxlight Member booted Full Member

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    thats bogus since everyone was saying rigo was going to beat loma and that loma was ducking him
     
  3. Alo2006

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    Canelo, and it's not even close. Shouldn't even be a question between the three.
     
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  4. 22JM

    22JM Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Canelo would had never lost to a old shot Salido.
     
  5. gdm

    gdm Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Sure salido would have been DQ for low blows , or judges would have bailed Clen out.
     
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  6. Stefz

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    Canelo should have more losses on his resume. Hes the cash cow.
    GGG was past his prime in the first fight, and he won on most people's scorecards.

    Alot of people have Loma beating salido on the cards. Loma fights far more aggressive than canelo, even when moving up a weight class.
     
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  7. 22JM

    22JM Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Nope Canelo is just to good to lose to a calibre like Salido especially the old slow version, btw Loma resume and competition is a joke compared to Canelo, imo Loma shouldn't even be considered p4p #2 since the last time he fought a top elite was years ago
     
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  8. The Real Lance

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    Wow!!! Canelo would beat a 130er!!? Crazy stuff Professor.....
     
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  9. 22JM

    22JM Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Idiot, I said Canelo would never lose to a fighter on Salido skill level
     
  10. gdm

    gdm Boxing Addict Full Member

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    imo and most people’s opinion Clen lost to GGG twice, lost to lara and trout should have been a draw. So no he’s not p4p top 3
     
  11. The Real Lance

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    :lol: no...this is what you said...

     
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  12. Reinhardt

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    Canelo,,,he also has the best pharmaceutical experience of anyone else
     
  13. 22JM

    22JM Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Still stand by that, it doesn't take a dumbass to figure it out
     
  14. 22JM

    22JM Boxing Addict Full Member

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    So lance who has the better resume? Imagine if Mayweather or Canelo had the resume of loma?? You would've been all over them...
     
  15. pistal47

    pistal47 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Theres no way Canelo's should be. On the surface it looks great when you just look at the names, too bad when you read between the lines it takes so much shine away. His natural weights are 147 and 154. He could have up to 3-4 losses from those classes but, like always, benefited from cooked cards and always got the decision except for when he was blanked by Floyd but still managed to beat him on 1 card. Ridiculous. Ok, now he goes up to 160. Clearly juicing now at this point in his career, he fights an aging GGG. Loses the first fight clearly. Pops hot for clen. Rematches GGG who only got older, and ya imo he beat GGG this time, very close but ya I think he won. But he looked even bigger this fight compared to the 1st fight. And his style completely changed overnight and hasnt looked back since. Loads of fighters were making underhanded remarks about his weight gain and steroid use before and after both fights.

    So hes a young kid who has to juice his tits off to squeak by an old fighter who is naturally 1 weight class above him. Then Fielding, who was a drained nobody. Then Jacobs. Great win, but he didnt do it naturally. Then Kovalev, another old, shot, drained fighter who had literally just been in a war a couple months prior.

    Theres more blatant asterisks next to this guys name than any fighter in recent memory. Im sorry, but your resume is bunk brother when you put all these ridiculous stipulations, when you drain fighters bigger fighters who are old men a couple months off from a war. Thats not special or amazing. Its a circus act. On top of all of it -- not a single fighter in the last 20-25 years was more blatantly juiced to the gills than him. We all saw what he had when he fought at 154, where he still probably juiced but not like this. The ironic thing is, above 154 he has NEVER been the smaller fighter. He makes all his supposedly "bigger" opponents look like emaciated Somalians in comparison. Anyone who disregards all that trash, pat yourself on the back for supporting the epitome of corruption and cheating in the sport of boxing.

    All considered, even Crawford has a better resume IMO.
     
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