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Old 10-08-2012, 11:35 AM   #12
mr. magoo
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Default Re: 70's heavies v 90's heavies ?

I agree with some of Hookie's point but not all of them.. Old Holmes would get his ass kicked by primer versions of Norton and Frazier. asside from that and a few other things, I do concur that the 90's had a bit more depth. Once we stepped outside of the elite in the 70's the pickings started getting pretty poor, especially in the fringe ranks. The 90's had better prospects, fringe contenders and journeyman than those of the 70's.
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