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GGG vs Lemieux
« on: October 18, 2015, 12:12:03 am »
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about to sleep.. but must say, GGG's performance = SUPERB.

would be nice to see him fight the winner of canelo/cotto, then possibly ward.. or just bring on PBF. :)

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Re: GGG vs Lemieux
« Reply #1 on: October 18, 2015, 01:47:47 am »
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i don't really care about boxing. i would love to see GGG beat mayweather's face in, though. i'd probably pay to see that.
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Re: GGG vs Lemieux
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2015, 10:14:08 am »
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i don't really care about boxing. i would love to see GGG beat mayweather's face in, though. i'd probably pay to see that.

That's the fight I wanted to see.. but, it probably wouldn't turn out that way :) That's the last fight I was hoping to see from Mayweather.. when he went with Berto, was a let down.

GGG has a serious size/power advantage over PBF. But, pbf is too skilled/fast/elusive. Would be a very hard fight for both GGG & PBF.

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Re: GGG vs Lemieux
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2015, 05:56:04 pm »
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What a night of boxing so many good fights.

GGG vs lemiux jabs all night long, never seen this side of golovkin, he was so good at jabbing that guy and at the right time, lemiux seemed over hyped based on his performance, ggg had the right game plan jab the power puncher and throw in the occasional power punch ggg was excellent.

also golvokin is very good at hitting to the body, it's not blind shots, he just seems to find the open shots and goes for it hard, that's another good thing about golovkin he is very good at attacking the body, mainly the liver shots.  :headbang:

gonzalez, was good but need to see him against stronger competition.

lamont peterson was ok but felix diaz so hyper it was funny it was jump around and when close up he would jump about try and push him back to the ropes, he was effective and it was a close math definitely not 117-112.

but I loved golovkin's performance, this shows he has the complete package the power puncher and the boxer with effective jabbing. I knew mayweather was gonna decline first of all his weight but if he did go down to 154lb he would have been drained and being way taller then mayweather might have upset him but have a feeling that mayweather being strong boxer quick on his feet would out manouevre ggg.

canelo will beat cotto and ggg vs canelo is going to be good.
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« Last Edit: October 19, 2015, 06:16:15 pm by seifullaah73 »
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