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Old 06-25-2007, 04:21 AM   #33
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Default Re: Dont Fight Hatton On The Inside!!pbf Is The Man

Originally Posted by achillesthegreat
Oh shut up with your whining. Mitchell was the consensus number 1. Don't try and change history with your hindsight bull****.

Tszyu himself said that Tszyu beats a younger Tszyu.

Tszyu never gassed, he quit. Plus he was facing arguably the fittest fighter in the game. Did he gas when he lost the early rounds!

It isn't a fact because Tszyu showed great stamina. He has NEVER shown that sort of stamina. Don't act like Tszyus ever been a stamina freak.

Mayweathers the best boxer in the world. What moron isn't going to agree he'll give Hatton fits. However that argument can be countered based on what DLH and Castillo achieved against him. Both Floyd and Hatton will want to fight their fight. Who knows who will be able to do it more. Neither of us do. We do KNOW that Hatton beat a great 135 and 140 pounder.

The consensus on ESB is that Castillo is a top 30 lightweight and Tszyu a top 10 light welterweight. That speaks for itself. Come out with all your excuses but that's the truth.

You all make out like Hatton is God. How come Hatton KNOWS that Castillo and Tszyu are old shot and there for the taking when 99% of ESB didn't know Tszyu was pre fight and 50% didn't know Castillo wasn't pre fight? He must be a prophet.

This is the sort of moronic **** people say about Leonard. He knew Benitez, Duran II, Hearns and Hagler were there for the taking. Sort it out and give a fighter his dues.
I don't think you can discount the fact that Tszyu was not in his prime. Prior to the fight I recall boxing ****ysts saying that Tszyu had age and inactivity going against him.

Just because Tszyu says that the current Tszyu beats a younger Tszyu doesn't mean he could. I'm sure a 25yo Tszyu would have been fitter, hungrier and faster than a 35yo Tszyu. These three characteristics would have helped Tszyu pull through (in my thoughts anyway). Futhermore, he was perhaps a bit ring rusty since he had not fought for a while. So, I don't agree with your statements above.

Having said that, Hatton deserves credit.

Last edited by SugarRay; 06-25-2007 at 04:26 AM.
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