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Old 07-29-2007, 02:40 PM   #15
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Default Re: Most misleading records?

Originally Posted by Street Lethal
I have seen both those fights. He didn't lose them. Norton was close, but Kenny blew the last round. Young wasn't close. You don't win fights by trying to run out of the ring (or whatever the hell it was Young was doing). I don't know what fights were questionable stoppages. You can't be talking about Lyle. Ali had Lyle in all kinds of trouble and Lyle was returning no fire. I have never counted how many unanswered punches Lyle was hit with, but they must have numbered in the several dozen.

It sounds to me like you are biased against Ali in a big way. You're running down the best heavyweight who ever lived. Is that what bugs you? That he was so great? Is there some other heavyweight or heavyweights you wish people would recognize were better?

IMO itīs out of question that Ali is one of the greatest fighters ever. But I criticized that someone named Aliīs 56-5- record as a perfect example for misleading record, as if he was unbeatable or so, you get now what I meant?
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