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Old 06-20-2007, 10:37 PM   #23
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Default Re: the greatest journeyman

Originally Posted by Sweet Pea
4 of the 5. He would likely lose to Norris at 154 though. And this is completely off topic, I never said anything at all about how Whitaker compares to Charles before this idiot took my initial post seriously because he doesn't know what sarcasm is.
Well, i'm just indirectly implying that if whitaker had approxiametly 60 fights between 1985-1999, you would see about 5-8 losses on his overall resume.

You have to realize that stylistically, all 5 of these guys would give pernell whitaker a very tough fight. Niether one of them are the type that whitaker usually clowns around with. Kostya Tyzu is great against southpaws, meldrick taylor and camacho are extremely quick and athletic and they possess excellent boxing skills. Terry Norris has the reach and power over whitaker, ike quartey would give him a similiar fight to that of the first encounter with buddy mcgirt.

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