MATTHEW HATTON: IN DEPTH ON CANELO V GGG – RIO – HIS NEW GYM

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    Former British and Eurpoean champion Matthew Hatton speaks to British Boxers in depth about the GGG v Canelo scoring, Rio Ferdinand making his pro debut …

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    1. I had it 9-3 to Canelo. I disagree that this was a draw. Canelo made GGG miss and made him pay. I think it is because GGG never stop THROWING his jab and and Canelo let him follow him around the ring is why people though GGG was doing something but he missed 500+ punches!!!! Come on!!! You don't miss 500+ punches and win a fight. Canelo was tagging him up with the harder sharper cleaner punches. The only thing GGG had marginal success with was his jab but he could set up nothing with it and he could not land any power with it (no power jabs). So how could you win a fight with probing jabs for th eentire fight. Yes Canelo moved along the ropes and GGG pursued BUT that is all he did . He never cut off the ring except in round 9 and walked into every trap Canelo set for him. No way Canelo lost that fight or GGG won. No way!!!! Thsi was not a draw. But next time Canelo needs to make it even more convincing. The sad thing is Canelo did what Floyd would have done to GGG except he fought more in th ecenter of the ring and through much more combinations. How can you be the more accurate puncher landing the more telling shots and having the superior defense and just get a draw? Come on man!!! Rinse out your eyes man!!!! This is the sweet science of boxing for crying out loud.