Originally Posted by robert ungurean
You have to admit that Charles best days were behind him at that point.Not to mention Walcotts too.
I don't think there's anything to be gained by disputing that Charles put in better performances. However, it's unlikely that anyone will dispute that Charles was one of the best boxers that ever lived. That's a fine win over an active ATG who was certainly in worse long term shape at the end of the fight than the begining.