(VIDEO) Max Kellerman: “GGG lost to Derevyanchenko 8-4, he was always overrated!”

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  1. C.J.

    C.J. Boxings Living Legend revered & respected by all Full Member

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    What GGG has achieved he's done by himself, fought cleanly. Clenelo has relied on Ped's & Vegas corruption
    to obtain his bogus titles. GGG>>>>>>>>>>Ginger Ped Boy
     
  2. yeyo monster

    yeyo monster Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Your idol is just fairy tale!!! Pathetic little triple bum fan
     
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  3. shadow111

    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Triple Gift got another gift, such boxing corruption in NY. Apparently you can't win a decision vs GGG in NYC lol. GGG is so protected. Canelo beat him to a pulp in the rematch and he still got a split decision.
     
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  4. C.J.

    C.J. Boxings Living Legend revered & respected by all Full Member

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    He still beat The Clenbuterol Kid, TheMasker TWICE!!!
    Only Vegas corruption saved Ginger
     
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  5. C.J.

    C.J. Boxings Living Legend revered & respected by all Full Member

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    Go play with your Leggo set
     
  6. RingKing75

    RingKing75 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Hes become Stephen A 2.o Max lost his credibility with me a long time ago. All he does now is speak in hyperbole about everything. Hes become a joke.
     
  7. ertwin

    ertwin Member Full Member

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    Why should ggg fight at 155 when he and canelo are middleweight champions? Canelo can not make weightclasses the way he wishes.

    I stoped giving a **** about all that contract bull****, cause half of it is fake news.

    it doesnt matter, on the whole golovkin was way more active as a boxer then may or canelo. Those hundrets of amateur round ad up.
     
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  8. yeyo monster

    yeyo monster Boxing Addict Full Member

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    GGG said he will had no problem to fight Mayweather at 154 but he had a problem fighting at 155! Same B.S with Ward! He will fight Chavez Jr at 168 but Ward at 164!

    EEE is a liar and a Coward
     
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  9. IsaL

    IsaL Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    For starters it was Golovkin who said he would fight anyone between 154-168, last time I checked 155 is between those weights.

    Secondly Canelo straight up said he would fight for no titles, that the fight was bigger than the ABCs GGGoobs despise either way.

    Third, Canelo had never fought above 155.
     
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  10. Stiff Jab

    Stiff Jab Member Full Member

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    Kellerman went from thinking the second fight was a draw to a Canelo victory inexplicably. Why does anyone give this moron's opinion the time of day?
     
  11. shadow111

    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Was it inexplicably? He probably said it was a draw because his HBO comrades went into it with GGG pre-filled scorecards, and he didn't want to insult his friend Harold Lederman who laughably had GGG winning 8 rounds to 4. Then Max watched it again and couldn't deny what happened, and came out and admitted who really won. After watching it a second time he musta realized that he went into the rematch biased with GGG beer goggles on, and after he rewatched it again clearheaded this time without Lederman's high pitched squealing in his ear telling him GGG was winning he realized who really won : Canelo.
     
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  12. Dance84

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    i agree with everything max said
     
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  13. George Crowcroft

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    Right on the money
     
  14. The Ogdoad

    The Ogdoad Well-Known Member booted Full Member

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    Kellerman was employed by HBO. Golovkin was signed to HBO. Kellerman no longer has to back the company fighter.
     
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  15. dangerousity

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    Agreed with everything Kellerman said. GGG was a potential top 3 p4p candidate. He was a true MW and was suppose to beat the “overrated” Canelo who only wins big fights via robberies. What happened was the first fight was too close and a draw was probably fair, but he definitely lost the 2nd fight.

    Not only did he lose to Canelo but even if he was to win, he was suppose to do it convincingly anyways which he absolutely didn’t.

    Everything else kellerman said was true. GGG struggles with the top guys like Jacobs, Canelo and Derevyanchenko and arguably lost all of them (arguably won all of them too), and him not dominating anymore is due to part his age and part being exposed to better opposition.

    How can you be so bias to not think this was a fair balanced critique?
     
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