Originally Posted by ApatheticLeader
Titles often change hands by up-and-comers being better than current champs - Correct? Thought so.
Therefore it's possible for a non-title holder to be better than a titlist. Correct? Again, yes.
Said non-titlist beats future dominant champ on points. Probability of unexposed fighter being better than mediocre titlist = High.
Michigan to New Jersey = 643.46 miles apart.
Michigan to Oklahoma = 886.45 miles apart.
Michigan to California = 1837.65 miles apart.
That is in 3 SMW fights that Toney had. When was the last time that either Benn or Eubank travelled over 1500 miles for a SMW title fight?
That's what I thought. Owned.
You've lived up to your name of PatheticSquealer, you have avoided the questions and not been able to back up the part you said about the big SMW fights being in the U.S. where I brutally exposed your argument and made you squirm
Why have you ducked the questions?
when did Toney travel to fight a SMW champ
So do you think Littles who had done nothing but beat an up and comer who hadnt done anything was better than beating a reigning world champ
Most relevant action wasnt in the U.S. at SMW, the biggest SMW title fight to come at that time was Benn/Eubank and both were reigning champs taking on better comp, the action was in the UK.
What big fights before Toney/Jones were happening in the SMW in the U.S?
Duck another question
So you duck the questions and talk about the size of America