Originally Posted by iceman71
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.
lighter weight boxers are in prime in 20s and early 30s. Huge guys in any sport hit prime in mid 30s or even late 30s. Weighlifters, wrestlers etc..
Of course, Wladimir was not prime when he was in his 20s and even early 30s. He matured late like all big men. He was a reckless kid when he was young and he was not as strong physically.