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Old 08-21-2012, 10:51 PM   #12
DaveK
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Default Re: Hardest hitting fighters between 1940-1990 from the LW, WW, and HW divisions

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I was thinking De la Hoya too...But didnt know what kind of reaction id get...What would you say about his power at WW?
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Jackson/Ketchel are interesting picks..But wheres Robinson on that list?
DelaHoya only had serious power at 135 and 140. 147 he was more of an accumulation puncher with enough sting to turn the fight around, but not end it with one punch.

Jackson was at his best as a JMW and Ketchel was officially a MW, but could be lumped into JMW because of his same-day weigh-ins.

Middleweight and JMW has a hell of alot of punchers occupying there, but you only stated LW, WW, and HW in the thread title...
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