Originally Posted by Cachibatches
Yeah, you'd think with how bad the heavies have been for a decade now, they would want to count the fights and help a man develop a career.
The only consolation is that the heavies are FINALLY fighting each other, which is what makes a good division. The talent has been there for awhile, it is just there has never really been a way to gauge it.
At least the winners of Mago-Perez, Chisora-Boytsov, and Haye-Fury will join Pulev as exciting and established contenders.
Perhaps even Helenius, Spzilka, Glazkov and Wilder can get themselves in there.
Maybe Wladdy can wind down his career with a series of very high quality, meaningful wins.
It's not happening! But, yes, good on the other things, I think.
Originally Posted by IntentionalButt
Well at least with AIBA Pro we know up front what the deal is.
I'm still really confused by the inconsistency Bigger's Better situation.
For a while they counted as legit sanctioned pro bouts - then all of a sudden, no?
...and some of the backlogged matches are left as-is, while some are removed from pro records?
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