Originally Posted by Pachilles
Look at it from this perspective though. At only 16 losses, Robertards stretching to excuse Duran's blemishes, "he needed a poo" has had to have been pulled out of the bag, and thats at only 16 losses.
At worst i think you have to assume Langford was very beatable. Dangerous, but beatable.
Anybody would be prety darn beatable if they fought the kind of schedule that Langford did.
Do you think that Muhamad Ali wouldn't have picked up a load of losses, if he had fought the top contenders that frequently and close together?