Re: How Does Arthur Abraham match up with a middleweight Randy Turpin?
Turpin was smart. He could keep his eyes open and avoid the shots he needed to. He had a versatile arsenal and could mix it up when necessary. He'd be able to sneak round the guard and build up points, and then defend well when AA comes out of his shell. He also had a hell of a chin when he was on form. (How he got up from that right hand from Robinson gets me to this day.) He takes a decision.
(At 160 this is.)