Originally Posted by bremen
Ok, here are hard facts. Ali averaged 224.4lb over the whole of his career, while his opponents only averaged 204.5lb. Now Wladimir has averaged 236.3lb while his opponents have been 224.1lb. And both had the same 3" height Advantage. Giving Wladimir only a 12.2lb weight Advantage while Ali had a 19.9lb weight advantage over his opponents.
Although I completely agree with that statement, it's also completely out of place in this thread.
But on topic: Like with his brother and so many other boxers, decay will eventually slip in and he will have to depend on "ring smarts" more and more... he's not for from that point I believe.