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> What is the toughest fight for Floyd at 160 down?, Doesn't matter if you expect the fight to happen
What is the toughest fight for Floyd at 160 down?
What is the toughest fight for Floyd at 160 down, regardless of whether or not you think the fight will happen??
Bernard Hopkins [ 5 ] ** [17.86%]
Gennady Golovkin [ 6 ] ** [21.43%]
Sergio Martinez [ 7 ] ** [25.00%]
Adrien Broner [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
Peter Quillin [ 2 ] ** [7.14%]
Danny Garcia [ 2 ] ** [7.14%]
Miguel Cotto [ 1 ] ** [3.57%]
Manny Pacquiao [ 1 ] ** [3.57%]
Timothy Bradley [ 4 ] ** [14.29%]
Amir Khan [ 0 ] ** [0.00%]
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post Nov 13 2013, 02:57 PM
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QUOTE (mrchitown @ Nov 11 2013, 10:41 PM) *
Your trolling is so funny even you don't believe what you posted lol

I need a new hobby...my troll attempts have been witless and lackluster, to say the least. Lol
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post Nov 15 2013, 11:40 AM
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QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Nov 13 2013, 02:57 PM) *
I need a new hobby...my troll attempts have been witless and lackluster, to say the least. Lol


I bet Joe Cal believes he can beat anybody l, I don't know if it be him or the coke talking but he stay saying he can come out of retirement and beat fighters at 168 and 175 lol
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post Nov 15 2013, 11:45 AM
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QUOTE (Col Reb @ Nov 2 2013, 11:35 PM) *
What current fighter from 140-160 would be the toughest fight for Floyd, regardless of whether or not you believe the fight will happen? Let's have some fun with hypotheticals.



As crazy as this may sound to some I think it would be the 160lb Hopkins based on his experience, size advantage, defense and ability to be able to take Floyd's best shots while walking him down using his ring IQ to be able to cut off the ring on Mayweather and make him trade which would be to Nard's advantage.

GGG is too slow and methodical IMHO
SM is too old and has taken too much punishment from bigger fighters to catch Floyd and he doesn't know how to cut off the ring either. The last two mentioned would be his other toughest tests behind BHop of course.
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post Nov 25 2013, 07:27 PM
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Makes sense to me.
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post Nov 25 2013, 09:30 PM
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Hopkins without a doubt.
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post Nov 26 2013, 12:26 PM
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QUOTE (mrchitown @ Nov 15 2013, 11:40 AM) *
I bet Joe Cal believes he can beat anybody l, I don't know if it be him or the coke talking but he stay saying he can come out of retirement and beat fighters at 168 and 175 lol

Enzo recently laughed at Froch's efforts against Groves, and said that Joe "slaughters" him. Enzo and his Yoda-like predictions, are what's saving boxing. Yall aint know? Lol
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post Nov 26 2013, 02:48 PM
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QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Nov 26 2013, 12:26 PM) *
Enzo recently laughed at Froch's efforts against Groves, and said that Joe "slaughters" him. Enzo and his Yoda-like predictions, are what's saving boxing. Yall aint know? Lol


Enzo is dumber then Joe. He knows the truth about Calzaghe. Joe ain't slaughtering jack shit. The Groves that fought Froch this weekend would be a tough bout for Joe. Him and Enzo are funny...they make me laugh but David Haye and Ricky Hatton were my favorites. they should do a comedy special
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post Nov 27 2013, 01:58 PM
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Bradley hands down. the guy has the will to win and he has beaten some top notch fighters. I just like the way Bradley prepares himself for his fights, he turns into a damn vegan for crying out loud. Most of those fighters that are listed are either old (Hopkins and Sergio) not tested (GGG, Broner, Peter Q) don'y have the style or skill to beat May (Garcia).
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post Dec 2 2013, 12:11 AM
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I'm surprised so many people see Martinez as the toughest. He's been injured so much lately that he's damaged goods ripe for the picking. I think Floyd should pursue this fight as a way to get a MW title in what will be an easier fight than most expect.
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post Dec 2 2013, 02:42 PM
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QUOTE (mrchitown @ Nov 26 2013, 02:48 PM) *
Enzo is dumber then Joe. He knows the truth about Calzaghe. Joe ain't slaughtering jack shit. The Groves that fought Froch this weekend would be a tough bout for Joe. Him and Enzo are funny...they make me laugh but David Haye and Ricky Hatton were my favorites. they should do a comedy special

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Honestly, all of those dudes are funny...but Hatton is the runner up of the bunch. Lol

QUOTE (Col Reb @ Dec 2 2013, 12:11 AM) *
I'm surprised so many people see Martinez as the toughest. He's been injured so much lately that he's damaged goods ripe for the picking. I think Floyd should pursue this fight as a way to get a MW title in what will be an easier fight than most expect.

Then we'll have to hear how Floyd has to move up to 168 to face Ward, then 175 to face Hopkins...in order to cement his "legacy". What's odd, is how those same critics look down on his "legacy", but they're quick to throw in their two cents about what fights will cement his legacy...the same one that they frown upon and can care less about. Odd, right?
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