Re: If Floyd retires this year after beating Guerrero and Canelo
His career above 130 has been a let down to me personally.
He missed too many names and has been inactive too many times to get into the top 20.
I was convinced i would put him there by the end of his career but i think top 35 is fair which is still a great achievement.
He is a bit of a waste of a talent for me but that is only because he had the potential to do much more.
Some rampant flomos on here though always act like he is the greatest based on the "would have beat him anyway" logic.
Well sorry but resumes are not based on theoretical wins.