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Old 10-11-2012, 04:42 PM   #31
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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
Rating the quality of a victory based on what the opposition " went on " to do is irrelevant. What counts is what the win was worth at the time.
And that's a bull**** argument.

That's like saying Jones' win over Hopkins is worse than Rigo's win over Rico Ramos because Rigo beat the more established fighter.

If a fighter falls apart after a loss that's one thing, but a win can gain value in hindsight.

I'm guessing you're a fan of Foreman to suggest that.
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