Originally Posted by McGrain
I was happy with every other list I made, and I think I only tweaked two of my lists after first posting them (the heavyweights and the flyweights).
These lists seem repetitive here, and I guess that was the case for all of them to some extent, but with a P4P list I was expecting a bit more variety.
I still maintain a guy like Hagler often gets penalized on these sorts of lists, because he spent his entire career at one weight class.
But the way I see it, I'm not really sure whether bonus points should be deserved for succeeding in multiple weight classes due to the traditional textbook definition of what P4P means.
At the same time, I was reluctant to include any heavyweights on my list which kind of goes against my prior point.
I need to give this more thought. I may radically change my list.