Originally Posted by Big Ears
Well many felt he should of got the win that night, but if we go into that in depth we'll be off on an almighty tangent.
The McClellan win is undoubtedly the best of his career and the best night of his career (well until the tragedy started to unfold), but I think Eubank II may very well be the best performance.
The Barkley win was tremendously impressive, but he was so reckless that night he's lucky somewhat to have not been taken out himself.
Nah , the Mclellan fight and performance was on another planet. He boxed very well in the second Eubank fight but it doesnt compare.