Originally Posted by TheSouthpaw
@Cassius..What do you base this on?...If you havent noticed not too many people put Hearns #1 in the fab four...Dont get me wrong hes my personal fav outa the bunch..But to say eonard or Haglar wouldnt have had a career without him is just stinkin thinkin my man...
the excitement. He was the one who knocked down and hurt all of them and sometimes he put his chin out there when he was punching. And Benitez is in the equation since he was another great as was Cuevas. Each of these men are needed for a great fab four, but Hearns is probably the most needed for the decade to be as exciting as it was. It was either knock the other guy out or get knocked out and he always tested his opponents chin. These 4 guys are lucky they had each other that is for sure otherwise they would just be another Delahoya/Tito/Shane which another group will come around like that soon enough.