Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Wildcat, Sep 8, 2021.
That may or may not be true but we know Loma could not toy with Teofimo Lopez.
Sorry I missed this post
He's pure poetry in motion and it's beautiful to watch. Wish he'd turned pro 4-5 years earlier, was able to unify at 126 and 130, and had moved back down in weight after grabbing a belt at 135 as he was incredible at 126 and 130. Imagine how good he'd be if he was fighting opponents who he had the kind of physical advantages over which he's routinely giving away to his ones.
Less drooling over Lomachenko please. "He's poetry in motion" "oh he's so beautiful to watch" we got a bunch of grown men in bromance with Loma this is nauseating.
when you type things like this, do you ever reflect on your own posts and how you do exactly the same thing regarding canelo?
it's a serious question because you do this a lot.
I've never done such a thing. I've never said Canelo is "poetry in motion" or that he's "beautiful to watch". This is far beyond just pointing out how a good a fighter is. This is bromance level infatuation.
you're playing semantics.
i never said you literally used those words, but you FEEL exactly the same about canelo and it clouds your judgment (to say the least).
You know how I FEEL?
yes i do.
if your emotions weren't in play regarding canelo, then you wouldn't have repeatedly used misdirection to conceal your nationality, and therein lies the problem.
Why are you so concerned about what my nationality is? I have no need to reveal anything about my nationality, it is not important and it doesn't make any difference. You can theorize about anything you want, emotions, nationality, it's all guesswork and speculation on your end.
regarding canelo it does.
Lomachenko lost to an old tired battleworn pressure fighter named Oralndo Salido, and he lost to a young up and coming boxer puncher named Teofimo Lopez.
I didn't see the poetic body work in those fights.
I think Loma's body attacks are vicious too.
No self awareness whats so ever...
No problem mate!
I agree, my exact thoughts. If he turned pro at 21 or 22 and we would be talking about one of the best of all time, imagine Lomachenko fighting Rigo 4 years earlier. Loma at 135 is a bit like Usyk at heavyweight, he is far more skilled that anyone else at the weight but he will have to give away rounds as a consequence to the size difference. I still think he's the best at 135 and I personally have him p4p number 1 even after the "loss" to Lopez. I really want the rematch to happen so we can see Loma batter him and close that chapter.
Because nothing screams P4P #1 quite like a resounding defeat.
So with you putting "loss" in quotes, you're suggesting it wasn't really a loss, that Loma really won?