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Old 11-24-2009, 02:49 AM   #91
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O'grady and Curry werent Durable O"grady was already Ktfod by Lopez And stopped by Watt. Curry was stopped by Honeyghan.
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Old 11-24-2009, 02:58 AM   #92
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The not yet 17 year old O'Grady was retired in his corner against Lopez without having been down and the stoppage to Watt was on a butt-induced vertical gash on his forehead. Again, without having been down. Curry had swapped leather with big bangers Starling, McCrory, Jones, LaRocca and nobody put a dent in him. He retired on his stool against Honeyghan, drained at the weight, without having been down. Both O'Grady and Curry were very durable.

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Curry was slick in his prime he never traded bombs with those guys. Only Starling ever landed on him of the 4 you mentioned,and he was an average puncher. He blew Mccory and Jones out. He spanked Larocca too. Ive been a fan a long time and neither of those guys were that durable like the other fighters who have been mentioned on this thread.
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Old 11-24-2009, 03:04 AM   #93
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All the best ones are pretty muched covered here so im gonna throw one in that may be of interest to some. Wayne mcCullagh beating Arturo Gatti in 1 round. OK, it was in the amateurs but a surprising one nevertheless giving McCullaghs punch power and Gatti being Gatti
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Old 11-24-2009, 03:11 AM   #94
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Na i dont have to do that.. Check this out Fleaman ive been a hardcore boxing Fan for over 30 years . I have watched almost every Champion since then fight when they were fighting. Not on you tube so i dont have to do research on the ones from the last 30 years. Only the ones before that time and I did that before the internet even existed. I have also seen literally thousands of Journeyman,Clubfighter and alot of nobodies in that time period. I dont need to refer to Boxing Records on information that I already know ayyyyyyyright! Only when i forget shit which isnt to often.

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Was that Tyson just beating on a guy or was Ribalta fighting back competitively as compared to most of Tysons fights?
Having an opponent who fights back competitively is proof of fighting heart?
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Old 11-24-2009, 07:48 AM   #96
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Having an opponent who fights back competitively is proof of fighting heart?
In the context of this fight, (getting off the canvas three times), I would think so.
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Old 11-24-2009, 07:49 AM   #97
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All the best ones are pretty muched covered here so im gonna throw one in that may be of interest to some. Wayne mcCullagh beating Arturo Gatti in 1 round. OK, it was in the amateurs but a surprising one nevertheless giving McCullaghs punch power and Gatti being Gatti
Yeah or David Tua getting KO'd in the amatuers by the Cuban?
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Old 11-24-2009, 09:33 AM   #98
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Robinson was always very candid about counting on the expectation that LaMotta would be weight drained for the Valentine's Day Massacre. He stopped Jake with attrition. Fullmer was a different story.

In the earliest telecasts of Robby's middleweight fights, commentators expressly state that he's not a one punch knockout artist at 160. Then, he suddenly puts down an attacking Graziano for the count with a single right hand, and Fullmer with a single hook, both times in a situation where his opponent has all the momentum. Robinson-Fullmer II is the only reason we don't compare Gene's chin with Jake's.

Benvenuti-Rodriguez and Hearns-Duran are obvious choices, but again, Nino did it with a single punch in a situation he was on the brink of losing.

What RJJ did to Hill was stunning, although Virgil did somehow manage to beat the count. (It should properly be recorded as a Referee Stops Contest, or TKO, but boxWRECK still has it listed as a KO. Of course, that's boxWRECK.)
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Old 11-24-2009, 04:05 PM   #99
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Joey Maxim-Curtis Sheppard

Maxim has only been stopped one time, and this was the guy that did the trick. Not only that, Sheppard scored the KO (not a TKO) in the first round.
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Old 11-24-2009, 04:52 PM   #100
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Robinson was always very candid about counting on the expectation that LaMotta would be weight drained for the Valentine's Day Massacre. He stopped Jake with attrition. Fullmer was a different story.

In the earliest telecasts of Robby's middleweight fights, commentators expressly state that he's not a one punch knockout artist at 160. Then, he suddenly puts down an attacking Graziano for the count with a single right hand, and Fullmer with a single hook, both times in a situation where his opponent has all the momentum. Robinson-Fullmer II is the only reason we don't compare Gene's chin with Jake's.

Benvenuti-Rodriguez and Hearns-Duran are obvious choices, but again, Nino did it with a single punch in a situation he was on the brink of losing.

What RJJ did to Hill was stunning, although Virgil did somehow manage to beat the count. (It should properly be recorded as a Referee Stops Contest, or TKO, but boxWRECK still has it listed as a KO. Of course, that's boxWRECK.)
Yey but Hill was hurt badly and his ribs were broken,there is no way he would have been able to continue.
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Old 11-25-2009, 02:07 PM   #101
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I Dont Think This Has Been Said Yet

FOREMAN VS FRAZIER I

And To Think...Frazier Was The Favourite Going Into This Fight
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