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Old 10-06-2012, 01:51 PM   #61
Andrei00
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Default Re: Nineties heavyweights

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Originally Posted by Mendoza View Post
Quarry is not in the hall of fame, and Liston had less left in the 70's in comparison to Foreman and Holmes in the 1990's.


Without doing research into every decade, I think the 90's is holds the record for 8 active hall of fame heavyweights. Every era has flaws.


Not all the top talent fought each other in the 70's. We never saw Frazier vs Norton or Lyle. We never say Foreman vs. Quarry, or Foreman vs. Holmes. ( Some say Foreman didn't want the match with Quarry ). We never saw Liston vs anyone great in the 70's.
Quarry is not in the IBHOF, but he is on WBHOF. The reason we never saw Liston vs anyone great in the 70's is because he actually died in 1970, and was at least 38 years old.
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