Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by MarkusFlorez99, Nov 28, 2021.
Tank would decapitate Prograis and Taylor so saying even Tank is a quite the disrespect to Tank
Let them try to negotiate. There wasn't many at the fight in Teo's hometown. If George fights in Australia he'll make massive bank regardless of his opponent.
In which case, why hasn't he fought either of them, or at least made a concerted effort to get either of those fights made? As I understand it, Tank has turned turtle and shuffled on back down to 135, with his next fight being for the WBA Regular Lightweight title. Perhaps he thinks he can now feast on the weight-drained leftovers of Lopez now that Lopez has been exposed.
Perhaps there's a reason why Tank hasn't fought any fellow punchers yet. @Zakman will get my drift.
your a dreamer
taylor absolutely pastes that boy
progaris brutslises him
teo got found out
couple lucky wins with his frame helping him out
that he aint got ip at the higher weights
the takeovers takeover just got took over
Some of the best scenery you’ll ever lay your eyes on is in Scotland, some beautiful places
Lol your hoping ain’t ya
going up for new year be in largs newyears eve
staying right on the waters edge
One thing is for sure, Taylor is looking for legacy fights, and Lopez no longer fits that bill - Undisputed vs Undisputed might well have been doable, with them both being on Top Rank, but hard to see Taylor staying @140 after Catterall now.
If tank steps up against a decent prime fighter he will be the next one to lose. He went very quiet when Haney and Prograis offered to step in and replace his opponent. Hardly a peep from the wee twitter champion.
Teo fighting Taylor Will look like the Taylor beating of Baranchyk hhaha id pay to see that
The Kambosos' keep us tuning in...
So you see, @james5000? In something which is a matter of public record, Prograis offered to step in and replace Rolly Romero for Tank's upcoming fight and Tank went suspiciously quiet on the subject, thus denying you the opportunity to find out whether or not he would decapitate Prograis. It appears that you have more belief in Tank than Tank has in himself.
For someone who is a three weight World champion, Tank's resume is very light.
Tank is a one weight world champion.
Taylor and Lopez were the undisputed champions when Tank claimed the WBA regular belts.
There are so many variations that I can barely keep track. Much like the very notion that Davis would iron out Prograis, it's beyond laughable.