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Old 07-11-2007, 03:36 AM   #31
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Yep, he lost to Vargas, at least on paper, but that was a prime Vargas who everyone thought that would become something special. And imo Winky won. Perhaps you could score that fight a draw but in no way for Vargas but then Vargas was the up and comer and Winky an unknown guy with a "boring" style.
So look at his losses at 154, there is not much to hold against Winky. He had bad luck with decisions, 2 times and his first fight is similar to the early career losses of some other HoF.
I agree with you that he would lose to McCallum, something like 8-4, and he would also lose to Hearns, but would give some unknown problems. But imo he would beat the other names mentioned here: Norris and Jackson.
Well, anyone who gets hit by Jackson has a chance of going down. He probably beats Jackson by decision. Norris....toss up IMO. I think Norris beats Trinidad and Vargas.
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Old 07-11-2007, 10:25 AM   #32
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Exactly. I believe Hearns wins a good 2 of 5 against Robinson as well but would give Robinson the series as he was the king of rematches. If SRR won it would be by KO or hurting Hearns late and stopping him.
SRR had more power than Leonard so I believe he would knock Tommy out anytime they fought. I mean the man knocked out granite chinned Gene Fullmer.
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SRR had more power than Leonard so I believe he would knock Tommy out anytime they fought. I mean the man knocked out granite chinned Gene Fullmer.
Yah, but remember how badly Hearns outboxed Leonard in the rematch. Most consider that "draw" a blatant robbery.
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