Originally Posted by chitownfightfan
I woulda called Boystov a prospect in "07-08". Maybe in 09. But it's clear he has almost intentionally stalled his career.
Pulev was a prospect when he turned pro after his long and storied amateur career. He's generally considered a contender in most circles.
Fury is obviously bonafide. Yeah he's young, but to call him a prospect after 20 wins is a stretch.
Price....a case could be made that he's a prospect based soley off his slow progression. And yeah, with his amateur record, size and skillset, he could be considered the better prospect. But we still havent seen him vs a puncher with a chin and we probably won't until he's fighting an eliminator or for a title.
Green: Well, he's had some physical problems and some management problems that I'm led to believe are responsible for the majority of his progression problem, more than his own will.