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Skittlez 10-08-2012 05:31 AM

Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
Both were declared 'draw's.
Two of the biggest robberies ever...

Which one is a bigger robbery.

UP93 10-08-2012 05:40 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
I scored both 117-111, I haven't watched either fight in a while but from memory Whitaker-Chavez seemed the more clear win, so I pick that.

Montezuma 10-08-2012 05:44 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
I watched the Chavez-Whitaker fight and was blinded by my being a huge Chavez fan. I did not score it but felt that Pernell was robbed although I was happy with the draw. I think the time is right for me to watch that fight objectively and score it. Out of the two mentioned fights I suspect that the Chavez one was the bigger robbery however I do need to check them both out again.

Suga 10-08-2012 10:02 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
Lewis definately

Imperial1 10-08-2012 10:50 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
Chavez Whitiker 1 by a country try mile ..That was more 1 sided than LL Holy 1

rorschach51 10-08-2012 11:19 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
Whitaker/Chavez and it's really not close, in that the W, Pernell earned would have enhanced his legacy as being the first to decisively defeat the undefeated Chavez. The draw that Lewis was hosed with, didn't really tarnish anything, as he was given a rematch and was able to set the record straight.

Run It 10-08-2012 11:29 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
whiticker chavez

SugarShane_24 10-08-2012 11:33 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rorschach51 (Post 13948126)
Whitaker/Chavez and it's really not close, in that the W, Pernell earned would have enhanced his legacy as being the first to decisively defeat the undefeated Chavez. The draw that Lewis was hosed with, didn't really tarnish anything, as he was given a rematch and was able to set the record straight.

Well, considering the number of accolades Pea had, it's alright he left one to other not so lucky people, like Randall.

Wegner 10-08-2012 11:36 AM

Re: Bigger Robbery. Lewis-Holyfield I. Chavez Whittaker I
 
Whitaker-Chavez and it's not close.


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