TournamentsFred Kerley REVEALS Who He Thinks Can Beat Him | 2023 Diamond League diamond9 months ago441 mins Fred Kerley after winning back-to-back diamond league races. Courtesy: Florence DL AG Website: Subscribe: Get the FloSports iOS app: Follow FloTrack Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: source Post navigation Previous: Men 1500 Prelims | NCAA D1 Track and Field West Preliminary Round 2023Next: Sha'Carri Richardson Cries About Getting Dumped By Her Jamaican GF…..AND SHE'S MAD 44 thoughts on “Fred Kerley REVEALS Who He Thinks Can Beat Him | 2023 Diamond League” Just like in life, be consistent. We are gonna have ups and more downs. Keep in mind to always be consistent. Reply Wait for omanyala he will beat you today 😂😂 Reply Figured it would be a dumb question in the first place. The disrespect track & field athletics receives and the silence of there personality after the season. No love for past track & field athletes. Reply These dumb interviewers keep asking these guys about the record like it’s something easy to do, look back at the work Usain put in, this man broke and set records in a 2 year span or less, from 2008-2009 at 21-22 yrs old, the man was a phenomenal talent which we may never see again,I mean he broke the 100m record twice in 2008 the 200m once in the same year plus the 4x100m relay, then break all three again the following year 2009, I mean who does that? No one but Bolt so let’s enjoy Fred,Lyles and the rest of these new guys on the block, but asking them about the record every time they step on the track for a regular diamond league race is ludicrous! Reply Fred has come a long way. Great job putting in the work. Been a fan since when he was "off form"! Reply Wheres COLEMAN? Reply Omnyala coming for those straps Reply He said myself I heard Marcell 🤣 Reply First day to see Kerley smile, anyway 🎉 Reply That boy Marcell punching the air rn Reply Aint Nobody Beating Fred Head 2 Head in 100m. Even that last Olympic Champion seemingly has stepped away from the sport and he was Possibly that one. Now 200m he will be Bronze at best. Lyles and the Highschool Youngster are ahead of him and not Kong Fu Kenny who he runs down easily now. For him to get 2nd or 3rd in 200m he will have to run sub 19.7.There are 2 or 3 ahead of him world wide. Reply I'm competing against some of the most talented athletes on planet earth. If that equals a world record, I'll take it! Meanwhile, I'm proud of winning; whether I break a world record or not❗️Athletes feel free to borrow this response. Reply Fred has come a long way. So happy for him Reply Also what a terrible question, the times arent all that fast?? He has like a top 5 time in the world right now, wind legal, at sea level. Like come on. Reply Only Fred Kerley can beat Fred Kerley Reply 2 years later: Fred this is your 50 straight win.Slow times,U did just enough 2 win.Fred: Ummm this is my 50th straight win goodbye🤣😂😂😂 Reply I love fred Reply Ackeem Blake, Oblique Seville, Andre De Grasse, Jacobs can all beat Kerley. Nuff said. Reply Fred always knows how to speak well. He knows that a lot of people are waiting for him to fail. Especially some Americans. Nothing has changed. Reply Very, very wise answers. Reply "You're doing enough just to win"*Kerly laughing* I wish Kerly would've said what was on his mind Reply He is good but man his becoming real cocky and arrogant,there are so many new kids on the block,his starting to disrespect the field his running with,he needs a big reality check can someone please just beat him so he can stop being so cocky all the time Reply So what the times aren't 9.7 or 9.6 yet but give him credit. If it was a white sprinter winning, the interviewer would have never said that. Reply His humble in my opinion and doing his thing. Bothering no one. May God bless you. Reply I feel like people want to see someone beat Kerley, and if they can't witness that, then the next best thing is to find something to complain about (his times). Kerley said nothing disrespectful towards the field, he merely focuses upon his capabilities (nothing offensive about this). Reply Kerley is this generation’s Usain Bolt 😤 Reply Wrong answer…soon Omanyala will. Reply He is getting more humble than before and I like him more rn Reply So disrespectful to say “not fast time”. Flat out disrespectful. Reply Usain was always behind the first 30meters until Worlds or Olympics. Then he'd drop 6.31 first 60 and break records. Fred has the same opportunity. Reply Much too cocky for 9.94. Reply Kerley accent sounds British Reply i think he was gonna say Omanyala, that shows how weak of a mentality i have Reply It is sad to see that former 400 metres man is beating top sprinters like Blake,Bromell, Simbine, Bracy,Omanyala. 9.69 or 9.58 won't fall in a long long time. We will have to wait 2030s Reply It’s interesting, you can see the progression in his public speaking, he’ll only get better and we’re gonna be hearing from this brother… Reply Interviewer is an azz. Next carry on Fred! You're amazing. Reply These crass interviewers of today. Its amazing what they ask & "Who" they ask these assinine questions. 😂 Reply Fredeeyyy boy 🍩🤷🏾♂️🥞🍪 Reply Good man Fred Reply hes right, need to have that mentality. Well done fred. Reply Love this guy, who can beat me?! Me can beat me! But not if i dont get in the way of me! Beautiful. Reply Fred has gotten better at interviews, old fred would have treated the interviewer for saying the times aren’t fast enough 😂 Reply 🤓🤓🤓🤓”You keep winning but the times not fast “ 🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓🤓 Reply I saw that answer coming a mile away Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.