Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by IntentionalButt, May 8, 2021.
Canelo landed te better shots all night i agree
Who's the one crying over being told to go **** themself and getting personal and bringing people's dead mothers into it? It's sounds like there's only one ***** here, and it's you. Really? Is go **** yourself that hurtful? I thought I was being rather gentle.
Who's bullying anyone you oversensitive twat? I never threatened to ban you.
If you had bjs winning you are simply a moron or hater! You don’t win rounds bu throwing jabs but no connecting. When you connect but get connected more and harder , you are not winning the rounds.
I see slot of clowns here giving bjs rounds based on not getting dominated lmao
Well I had it 5-2 Canelo and I actually think it was an easy fight. Why? Sanders has a difficult style but he has zero power. Canelo knew he was in no danger against this guy.
Are you for real. That's a silly question isn't it., Saunders did well but that was a lovely timed uppercut no luck there
Guys, let’s all calm the fûck down. Who cares what everyone had it scored. It didn’t go the distance. So just chill out.
Like anyone ACTUALLY wants to watch that?
Everything you have said is spot on. I’ve called it for ages but others have said there’s plenty of competition at this weight, there isn’t. If he truly wants to get out of his comfort zone, fight the best at 175.
I do to but it's legit
Well you're an idiot Bernie Sanders isn't even in Texas
If Canelo had taken over the fight and was beating up Saunders until he broke him down and he quit id be more inclined to agree, but to many people including myself he was losing the fight up until that shot. His only strategy was to keep throwing that uppercut until it finally found home, he had nothing else outside of that IMO, which isn't a great look in all. I mean props for stopping tough and game Saunders, it's a great win, but he definitely did not look unbeatable tonight
Come on, don't be silly.
Canelo won, take the W, move on, BJS lost his 0, its OK, it's all good but to try and say he should have risked his eyesight is beyond ridiculous.
I can't be having that sort of nonsense.
I'd love to know how many of you have boxed that are talking like this, I really would, because if you did you wouldn't have this level of ignorance.
Canelo, judging by the scorecards on here, is as polarizing as ever.
As for Saunders' decision to retire on his stool, we really ought to wait to see what kind of damage he suffered before we pronounce the kid a coward, quitter etc. Of course, it's always easy to question the guts/resolve/fortitude of professional boxers from the comfort of a keyboard.
As for the scoring, I had it 5-3 Canelo, perhaps 4-4ish. These 7-1 or 6-2 cards are much too one sided.
He'd been inactive in general. One fight in a year and a half against a way past it 38 y/o Martin Murray. His last 3 opponents. Isufi, Coceres, and a way past it old Murray. Hardly ideal prep for someone making such a huge leap up in class. BJS 2.0 is the one who had to raise his game massively and who had everything against him, Clenelo just had to do what he usually does.
Exactly lol who cares, Saunders got brutally stopped.