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Old 09-15-2007, 07:10 PM   #17
T.S.
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Default Re: **Regarding the Heavyweights: who is the man...regardless?**

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Originally Posted by Orishaman
I will say this, Peter should handle Maskaev handedly, Vitali....well he have to have ring rust and as it was he was not the smoothest even when he was fighting regularly so, I not sold on Vitali, plus once again who did Vitali beat..Who? Cory Sanders was his best win and really lets remember that Cory almost brought his golf clubs with his as he came straight from the 18th hole to the ring that night he fought Vitali...

Now for those that claim that Wladdy has gotten better....well yes....but in all honesty the average height of his opponent on his last 4 fights is 6'1"...not what you call colossous opponents...other than Peter...Peter is not afraid of Wladdy, which we could say that Brock was to careful, Byrd comitted suicide on his fight plan and Brewster, well he just didn;t showed up...the only one that showed up for Wladdy was Peter....and he will show upagain when ever they meet again
Wlad destroyed Brewster not because Brewster didn't show up but because he couldn't take Wlad's JAB! Wlad had Brewster thinking he'd get brain damage from just Wlad's JABS andwas beaten into surrender on his stool.

Ray Austin is over 6'1" and Wlad knocked him out under 2 rnds with just his left NEVER THROWING A RIGHT yet Austin went the distance and tied with Ibragimov.

Wlad damn near took Calvin Brock's head off dropping him like a rock.

Wlad battered Byrd bloody easily.

Nope don't see anyone beating Wlad in the next two years we shall see.
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