Re: Liam Walsh v Harrison
There is a tendency to over romanticize Harrison in his hey day - both his opposition and his ability. He was very good, but he was limited too, I wouldn't say he matches Burns hand or foot speed as somebody earlier claimed for a start. Also, his opposition wasn't that dissimilar to some of Burns best wins for the most part. B grade sort of fighters, perfectly respectable, but there is nothing that spectacular there IMO.
I wouldn't say there is a ton between them record for record, Harrison possibly slightly ahead but Burns should surpass him not before long.