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The Official Boxing Thread IV - Golovkin vs Alvarez

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Katie Taylor is so good. Women's boxing just isn't going to ever pick up like in the UFC, but she's awesome. Has so much skill. 

Garcia is a legit top 10 P4P guy. Would love the Lomachenko fight next. 

Charlo vs the winner of Canelo/ggg or against Jacobs would be great. Dude is a problem for anyone. 

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2 minutes ago, malak1 said:

What does this mean for Joshua's next opponent? 

He has a mandatory for the IBF, Pulev, who he'll walk through in less than 5 rounds.

He's then likely to fight in February/March (according to Hearn) against a top 10 opponent (not likely to be Wilder)

Then he will look to unify the WBC and WBO titles in spring/summer next year.

 

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1 minute ago, texans_uk said:

He has a mandatory for the IBF, Pulev, who he'll walk through in less than 5 rounds.

He's then likely to fight in February/March (according to Hearn) against a top 10 opponent (not likely to be Wilder)

Then he will look to unify the WBC and WBO titles in spring/summer next year.

 

Dang, I was hoping that he'd cook up Wilder next. Can't wait to see Joshua put him on his arse. 

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Just now, malak1 said:

Dang, I was hoping that he'd cook up Wilder next. Can't wait to see Joshua put him on his arse. 

He definitely won't be next, could be March, but I think Hearn is targeting the summer.

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6 hours ago, texans_uk said:

@J-ALL-DAY

http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/40811881

Wlad is retiring. Not wholly shocking, but a bit of a surprise. Nice to see someone unfazed by the bright lights on Vegas. 

Good for Wlad. He went out with a bang even though he ended up getting stopped. Wlad at age 40 fought great that night. End of an era with BHop, Wlad, Cotto, Floyd and Pac all to be done soon. I'm glad the youngsters get their chance to shine now.

Pulev isn't a bad fighter but he just has no chance against Joshua. I'm guessing Joshua fights Whyte in a rematch next March and then Wilder in a big summer show down. Potentially in Wembley. But I know Hearn wanted it on PPV in the states but not fighting Wlad in Vegas may halt those plans. 

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Why would he fight Whyte again? With more rounds under his belt it would be an even quicker KO. 

He needs to look further afield. 

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Whyte is now with Matchroom and Joshua badly wants the rematch. He is still not happy with his performance and wants to make easy work of him in a rematch. I don't really see who else he could fight since he won't be getting Parker/Fury/Wilder next. Well, he may get Parker if he beats Fury so that could be the fight in March.

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7 minutes ago, J-ALL-DAY said:

Well, he may get Parker if he beats Fury so that could be the fight in March.

The heavyweight division is really there for the taking. 

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I still see Wilder vs Ortiz happening next. Both are Haymon guys and they are working hard to make it happen. Wilder vs Ortiz in Nov and then winner faces Stiverne in Feb or Mar, and then the big showdown vs Joshua in the summer. 

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Looking forward to watching Lomachenko tonight. He should have little to no issue, but Marriaga brings it so the fight should be entertaining.

And how about the Khan/Joshua beef? Lmaaoooooooooooooo

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53 minutes ago, J-ALL-DAY said:

And how about the Khan/Joshua beef? Lmaaoooooooooooooo

AJ is trolling Khan too. 

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