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Old 07-30-2012, 11:11 PM   #16
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Barney Ross what a man hollywood need to get their act together and make a biopic.

Duran will be talked of for thousands of years.

Ike williams awesome.Shame theres not a lot of footage

Who doesnt like alexis arguello

They did; it's called "Monkey On My Back."
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Old 07-30-2012, 11:40 PM   #17
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I saw Chavez name on some lists. Interesting that he doesnt have a deep resume at `35 but he was probably at his best there.

H2H I wouldnt pick that many Lightweights to beat him. He was an awesome machine at his peak. The way he cut the ring and the way he took a man apart to the body. He made guys quit on their stools.

1.Duran
2.Leonard
3.Sweet Pea
4.Ike Williams
5.Ortiz
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I guess that depends on what lightweight resume means. If you take him from his pro debut to the third Dejesus fight I couldn't leave him out. If you actually take his time at lightweight... Not unreasonable.
Where Duran was weighing no more than 135 pounds, maybe a couple of pounds over that limit at most.
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I saw Chavez name on some lists. Interesting that he doesnt have a deep resume at `35 but he was probably at his best there.

H2H I wouldnt pick that many Lightweights to beat him. He was an awesome machine at his peak. The way he cut the ring and the way he took a man apart to the body. He made guys quit on their stools.

1.Duran
2.Leonard
3.Sweet Pea
4.Ike Williams
5.Ortiz
Is that top 5 a head to head shout?
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Old 07-31-2012, 01:11 AM   #20
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Where Duran was weighing no more than 135 pounds, maybe a couple of pounds over that limit at most.
Yeah that's fair. He didn't fight a whole lot between 130 and 135
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