Originally Posted by BoxingDomain
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.
he like all boxers are in their prime in their 20's to early 30's. just because he managed to correct his mistakes from the past and prolong is career while winning, doesnt mean he wasnt in his prime at age 25. people lose in their prime you know? thats not what "prime" means.