11-21-2012, 02:43 PM
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Join Date: Nov 2011
Re: Jim Robinson and Sonny Liston - '1st-Round Knock-out Victims'
Originally Posted by Senor Pepe'
Dr. Alexander Zuntov,
Classical Logic and Complementary Variables
In September thru November 1964, Mr. Liston performed
approximately 125 Rounds of sparring, with large hard-hitting
* Amos Lincoln.........6' 2" - 205 lbs.
* James McCarter.....6' 2" - 222 lbs.
* Lee Williams..........6' 2" - 225 lbs.
* Don Smith.............6' 4" - 240 lbs.
While each of the above listed fighters did 'not' have the overall
boxing skills of Cassius Clay, each one was a harder puncher
based upon a 'single punch thrust', when using the energy-force
None of these 'sparring mates' were ever able to drop or hurt
Mr. Liston, despite landing numerous head blows, during 2-Months
and over 350-minutes of ring time with the 'man in question'.
Of course, Quantum Mechanics, of position and momentum
could not be evaluated in each sparring session, but it would
be a logical assumption that at least once Mr. Liston could
have been felled.
But he was not, a per conversations with all camp members,
sparring-mates and witnesses.
At that period in 1964, Mr. Liston may or may have not been the age
of 34, but could have eaily been the age of 37+.
Irregardless, the landing of a single-blow on this 6' 1" 220 lb. man
would have to be of tremendous force, just to fell him, based upon his
Oh my God. This is just... genius. Can't wait for Part II.