Originally Posted by widdy
Atberry, back up your mates claims, how good are each records against each other, come on ****y, 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.