Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Perkin Warbeck, Sep 20, 2022.
The obvious answer is every belt holder and contender in every division.
If he is going to keep fighting guys at the level he has been, he should be fighting every two or three weeks.
Shakur Stevenson should stop being a weight bully at 130 like Floyd was, and fight people at 135 and 140.
Shakur has already stepped up he beat Valdez to become unified now he's fighting conceicao.
How was pbf a weight bully??? Is Ramirez a weight bully at 175? Was usyk a weight bully at Cw? Stop with this weight bully nonsense. It's reason to try and discredit fighters you don't personally like.
In Boxing, Will never happen, can't even get 2 top or mediocre level Fighter's to fight one another & it usually takes a minimum of 2 & half years just to get in serious talks while making the public salivate & feed BS.
Chris Eubank Jr needs to fight Golovkin and quit leading on his guillable fanbase.
Eubank Jnr has not really stepped up much his career.
Floyd was a weight bully. It's why he refused to do fight night weigh ins shortly after he got to 147.
Everyone here can see your agenda and double standards Log off
I'm pretty sure just about every fighter since the 80s did/does that.
Like Stevenson, Floyd was a natural welterweight who stayed at 130 as long as possible to fight smaller men.
Then, when he went up to his natural weight, he fought smaller men like Marquez and Hatton at welterweight. Floyd couldn't even make the catchweight of 145 for Marquez, who normally fought at 135.
Floyd often fought smaller guys, but refused to fight slightly bigger men at super welterweight like Forrest, Golovkin, Trinidad and Wright.