Are we finally ready to accept bud = # 1 pfp?

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  1. TownBiz

    TownBiz Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card Yellow Card Banned

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    See, now THAT's how you move up in weight and handle a less-talented guy. Complete domination on every level...exposing him to world like a nekkid baby. beating him into submission in front of his friends, family and supporters...being STRONGER than him and turning him into a desperate, floundering, quivering globule of shame, defeat and humiliation...it was a thing of rare beauty that you cherish forever...like a durer or a t.s. eliot poem ...or a fine aussie shiraz.

    there can no longer be any doubt...there never should have been to begin with, except for the ESPN hype machine, who the #1 pfp boxer in the world is...lemme hear y'all say it!
     
  2. stuff jones

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    Linares >> Horn.
     
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    no, because everyone expected BUD to TKO horn in under 6, not 9
     
  4. TownBiz

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    The only reason horn lasted so long was he kept grabbing crawford and rasslin him to prevent crawford from punching more holes in him.
     
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    TownBiz Double Yellow Card Double Yellow Card Yellow Card Banned

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    loma was expected to make light work of linares...go back to the threads before loma-linares where they're saying the fight was over before it began.
     
  6. stuff jones

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    People thought Crawford would dominate too. Loma just gets more hype so people talk about him more.
     
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    Pretty sure that no one on here accepts anything you say!
     
  8. koquerelle

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    « there can no longer be any doubt »

    Of course there can be doubt, you dishonest buffoon, it’s a p4p discussion where you can always make a case for 2-3 different fighters.
     
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  9. ironfist05

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    No, the criteria for the P4P #1 is very clear:

    1. Be Bulgarian
    2. Be born in Sofia
    3. Be 37 years old
    4. Have 25 wins
    5. Have 1 loss, to the #2 HW of your era (only #2 after yourself)
    6. Be the former EBU heavyweight champion

    After that, the clear #2 P4P is Tank Davis.
     
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    Errol Spence is bettererer
     
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    At this moment I dont think we have a clear #1.
    So I think maybe it is Crawford. I'd put him over Loma.
     
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    You were one of them, right?
     
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    I have no problem with either Loma or Crawford number one P4P. Both are generational type talent.
     
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    Crawford is better than Loma. I have him at #1 p4p.
     
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    It's good that you have allowed him deep inside you Mr Nac, usually your cortex is very tight for such a delectable finality. This is what i like about the quality of your existence. Mr Crawford needs to marinate further.... He will taste unimaginably well when the time comes...
     
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  18. lukeuidswords

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    Loma still has the better resume

    if Bud beats Spence though thats the best win either of them would have, unless Loma beat Mikey Garcia
     
  19. BillytheFish

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    @TownBiz you don't half talk some shite do you? Most fights you 'score' on here you get completely wrong.

    Talking about a man being beaten infront of his friends and family, using words like 'shame'...he was a world champion. He showed zero signs of quitting. He is a warrior and earned his money in the beating he took off a much more skillful and powerful fighter.
     
  20. MC Paul Barman

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    Well genius if he exposed Horn (as you say) then it's not all that impressive of a win. Exposing a guy as not really being that good kind of undermines that scalps relevance on your wall.
    "See that deer head? Pretty big, huh?... yeah I killed him alright. But truth be told he was missing a leg and had a few arrows through his side already".

    Now I on the other hand I think it was a good win for Crawford. Crawford might be the best out there, but a win over Horn doesn't establish it that much.
     

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