Canelo has a very good resume-- but it's only great if you're of the mind that his wins over GGG and Kovalev were definitive and fair and square. And if that's you, you're in the minority. There are no asterisks over any of Loma's victories as there are on Canelo's, which to me makes the difference between the two. When it comes to Loma there's no gamesmanship and controversy. Canelo still has third fight with GGG left on the table... why? Because his win and draw over GGG are both in question. This isn't rocket science. Most boxing fans, pundits, fighters, had GGG winning at least one of his two fights against Canelo if not both. It's scandalous that he is 0W-1L-1D against Ginger. Anyone who's seen both fights and is unbiased knows that's not a fair judgement. And furthermore, over 24 rounds they're head to head matchup is unresolved. Neither man has been hurt, buckled, staggered, dropped, much less finished. There's a lot of unfinished business with them, despite what Canelo fanboys might think. Lomachenko, by comparison, has convincingly beaten everyone put in-front of him save for Salido in his 2nd, 3rd fight. And he's the smaller man moving up with no catch-weight, rehydration, or time-frame stipulations. He just has beaten guys up fair and square over the last 6 years.