Originally Posted by widdy
Atberry, back up your mates claims, how good are each records against each other, come on cunty, back ya man up
Eubank clearly has the best record, beating Benn himself, Watson himself - twice, as well Rocchigiani and Holmes. Five very, very good wins considering Benn had just beat Barkley and went on to beat McClellan and Rocchigiani went on to clearly better Maske - twice, and Michalczewski and Nunn (not to mention taking Hamsho in a round who Hagler had trouble with), and that Watson was constantly improving having had a 60-40 fight with McCallum while rusty and lost via exhaustion. Lindell H only lost to Van Horn via body shot/exhaustion and had been robbed and avoided most of his career (Graham headbutt/cut, WBC 160 no.1., Korea, etc), but beat Frank Tate (who was a class above, say, DeWitt) impressively.