Originally Posted by rekcutnevets
I may have to agree with the Rosario choice.
Haugen was a decent fighter, but no one was giving him a chance.
Camacho was past his best. I'm not saying it matters as far as the result is concerned, but Camacho was never the same after Rosario.
No one gave Haugen much of a chance to win.....but alot of boxing observers did believe Haugen to be a tough as nails fighter to give some kind of account of himself and last Chavez the distance........
.....as one poster in this thread put it, the way Chavez sadistically tortured and then executed poor Haugen was just a brutal site to see.....
.......note....dont ever say to Chavez' face that he's fought nothing but Tijuana taxi cab drivers.