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Old 12-11-2012, 09:28 AM   #21
Mendoza
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Default Re: Who were the most durable heavyweights ever?

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Originally Posted by mcvey View Post
Both the boxers who dropped Vitali, Walker, and Butler ,are heavy duty bangers ,no shame being floored by them , particularly in sparring where different things are worked on . I only mentioned them to highlight some double standards by the thread maker.
Trainers are notorious for hyping their own guys. Boxing is full of gym stories. It depends on who you want to believe. Interestingly enough the fighters arenít saying much, itís the trainer ( Wood ), who is using moment to hype his own guys.

What is known if Vitali had injures and had to pull out of the Rhaman fight. Itís not clear if the injuries suffered before ( Vitali wears a knee brace ) had anything to do with the knockdown. Vitali has sparred over 2,000 rounds. If this incident is true, it means very little.

As far as double standards go, I'll never catch you.
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