Originally Posted by WhataRock
I can think of a ton of faded featherweights that would have beaten Harrison.
Medina was very past it, the fact he was able to make comebacks is commendable and proves his heart and ability but more so reflects the weakness of his opposition at that stage of his career.
He kept himself in shape and he could keep throwing a lot of punches...but his reflexes and punch resistance was getting pretty worn by that stage.
I think Medina was past prime but nowhere near shot. Harrison is a little underrated, he maybe 1 of the strognest featherweights ever and as tough as old boots. If Medina deserved the decision over Tapia thats also showing decent form