Stevenson responded to McGirt’s criticism: “Stop counting as good coaches who talk a lot.”


Former featherweight champion (up to 57.2 kg), American Shakur Stevenson (15-0-0, 8 KO) reacted on social networks to criticism of the coach and compatriot “Buddy” McGirt.

“McGirt is talking all sorts of nonsense, although he himself is stealing other people’s fighters and pretending that he is fixing something there. When was the last time you saw him take a fighter from scratch? You have to stop believing guys who are considered good coaches just because they talk a lot.

This fat bald ass was a worthy fighter, but no offense, every boxer who worked with him ended up in defeat. And he doesn’t work with regular fighters. But that’s just my opinion, “Stevenson wrote on his Twitter.

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