Originally Posted by Flea Man
Agreed. A lot of people skim over the fact that he didn't face the long established no.2
You can't give Pedroza the credit for being no.1 without beating Sal' either don't get me wrong.
I think Sanchez's great wins are rather thin, Gomez coming up in weight Lopez dynamite puncher who could be outboxed without too much trouble, one dimensional Laporte, novice Nelson,and a split dec over Cowdell. If Olivares had stayed in the shape Sanchez was always in ,this thread would not even be viable imo.
79 kos in 89 wins?