Originally Posted by iceman71
with that logic, he isnt in his prime for 1 day in his 20's nor his first 11 or 12 years as a fighter
most careers dont even last 12 years yet wlad hasnt entered his prime by then
Wladimir now has better training, nutrition, etc... he spent the last 9-years with Steward...he's much better now as a boxer and physically in strength, stamina, ring generalship, etc... in the boxing ring.
Those are the facts, whether it be 12-years into his career or any other number. The number of years is irrelevant., as those are the facts as they stand.
Is it unusual for a boxer? Sure. But again, those are the facts.