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Old 10-11-2012, 07:13 PM   #16
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Default Re: Does the best chin always beat the biggest punch?

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Originally Posted by zadfrak View Post
Zamora over Pedroza comes to mind and fits the bill. But it's so rare to see those concrete chin guys stopped.

And I guess it can be cuts that stop the fight and not a 10 count. Like say Vitali stopping Ross Puritty. He took some major league shots in that fight back when Vitali threw that A#1 right hand of his. How, I don't know but he got hit on the button. It sure busted him up though and a fighters skin has to be able to last also.
Pedroza was a lanky and vulnerable bantamweight.

Saensak Muangsurin was knocked out by an average puncher, Sang-Hyun Kim, admittedly after being battered for 13 rounds.

It happens. Not 'official' really but Marlon Starking had a great chin and was a great defensive fighter, and Molinares, hardly known but only known for his power, turned the trick. He shut Starling's lights out whatever the circumstances and, looking at it, it wasn't a sucker punch was it?
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