Originally Posted by DaveK
I agree, although that Leonard-Hearns had a good pace and alot of tough punches landed both ways from the start. I doubt Gavilan has what it takes to stop him, but I totally agree Gavilan proves his reputation correct as a tough cookie.
FWIW, I agree that Hearns probably beats anybody at 147 ever over 12 rounds and plenty in a 15 too. It's a bit unfair and cliche he always loses fantasy fights due to the same faults (I say stamina, not necessarily chin) over 15, sort of like Napoles being easy to cut. It'll be cited nonetheless.