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Old 10-11-2012, 03:07 PM   #27
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Default Re: Fourth and fifth best heavyweights of the nineties ?

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Originally Posted by mr. magoo View Post
If this is your basis, then its rather weak given that I highly doubt you would have picked McCall to beat Lewis either. In either case, Moorer and Lewis never fought.. What we DO KNOW is that Moorer was 35-0 and the reigning lineal champion when Foreman knocked him out.
Get real. McCall sparked an undefeated champ who would go on to be arguably a top 5 heavy of all time, definitely top 10. Foreman sparked an undefeated champ who went on to obscurity. A win over Moorer is good, but in no way comparable to beating Lennox. I can't imagine how worshipped Foreman would be if he accomplished what McCall did. Actually, I can; it would be disgusting.

The rest of McCall's 90s resume is at worst comparable to Foreman's, but really it's a little better. Neither are great.
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