Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by IsaL, Sep 21, 2022.
Nearly everybody did, except an occasional odd ball.
GGG won rounds 1 and 6.and 3 or 4 of the last 4.
He's just salty because he never got a share of the purse
Which was primarily due to expectation bias and style preference.
No. And if you really believe that, I dare you to go through Round 1 and 6 with me and go through it punch by punch.
The NSAC & Vegas boxing have given Canelo decisions he didn't deserve.... GGG 1 &2, Lara, Trout, for instance. He lost all 4 in reality
Benavidez works for a different promotional outfit and doesn't have a world title. I know that many fans want to see Canelo fight him, but there's not an urgency to make this fight. Benavidez is 25. He's young. Benavidez should fight Plant imho. Canelo also has one more fight on his DAZN deal.
What I would like to see is this :
Apparently Zach Parker vs Andrade will happen in November :
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I think the winner of that fight should be next in line to fight Canelo in May or September of next year. OK, then if Canelo beats Parker or Andrade, and if Benavidez is still undefeated, and beats someone like Plant, then Canelo would have the opportunity to do a one fight deal with PBC to fight Benavidez.
Canelo didnt fight Trout in vegas old man.Go back to sleep.
Canelo fans are hilarious! When their guy is given every possible benefit from ref and judges, they LOVE it and defend the bad, corrupt decisions. When their guy receives a relatively legit decision and wins UD, it’s not enough. They even applauded the one judge who favored Canelo in the Bivop fight, a fight in which he was dominated handily. GGG is ancient and officially shot. Can’t wait to see Canelo fight Bivol again but I suspect I’ll be waiting a long time. Canelo will lose again in the unlikely event he fights Bivol again.
The one judge who favored Canelo? All 3 judges scored that identically.
Sorry, you are correct. All three scored it equally bad in Canelo’s favor. Bivol had to dominate to win a narrow decision. He beat Canelo so bad, Canelo ran back to 168. He was talking trash about fighting cruisers but a guy who walks around at the same weight as Canelo knocked some sense into him.
With scores that questionable, you would think Canelo would be more confident. He only needs to win five rounds to get a UD using that math.
You're a flat earther. You haven't even scored the Bivol fight yet. Your opinions are void.
You can't debate, your attempts to act like your opinion of me or anything for that matter has no relevance. The fact is that the vast majority of fans saw the judges cards as very favorable to GGG and far closer than it actually was. Which BTW was something I predicted before the fight. If GGG had even been remotely competitive the judges were clearly trying to give the fight to GGG but it was too one-sided. It was the same argument that people said about the judges in Canelo Bivol 3, the only difference was that Canelo Bivol was far more competitive than Canelo GGG was for most of that fight. It just so happens that in this case, I'm on the side of the majority, even if I was in the minority in other situations. My stance and view of boxing matches isn't based on how the majority of fans see it. I give my view of what happened, if you don't like it, you have every right to disagree, but you aren't bringing anything to the table. And I don't have to give a scorecard to know how close a fight was or to give my take. In the past I gave my scorecard, tried to have debates but most people avoided debating rounds. What's the point of giving my scorecard only for people to say no your wrong then refuse to discuss the rounds?
I'm not here to debate you, just pointing out that your opinion holds so little weight due to your other opinions elsewhere. It is tough to take seriously the words of a flat earther.
You have scored the third fight between Golovkin and Canelo, you are happy to debate those rounds. You just aren't happy scoring and debating the fight between Bivol and Canelo.
I had the third fight 8-4 to Canelo. I scored the first 8 to Canelo. Others have scored some of those first 8 to Golovkin.
No, they didn't try to rob Canelo, at some point the old Golovkin came to action, but was insufficient, so this time he truly lost to the golden boy. The judges decided to score it fair, not like the previous two fights, just because this outcome came as a redemption to them.
Reminding you the scorecards of the Bivol-Canelo when it comes to trying to rob someone - it's like Canelo was just a round away of a draw, while he barely won like two to three at best.