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Old 07-04-2007, 01:06 AM   #1
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Default Big smaller punchers beating good larger punchers...

What instances spring to mind?

I'm reminded of Satterfield beating Williams.
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Old 07-04-2007, 04:15 AM   #2
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Salvador Sanches-Wilfredo Gomez. A shock, Sanchez known more as a boxer. Very aggresive & destroyed Gomez.
Benitez-Duran. Benitez totally negated Duran's power & dominated the fight.
Ali-Foreman: Ali shocked the world by knocking out the knockout machine.
Gomez-Zarate. Gomez a good sharpe puncher, but didn't have the devistating reputation as Zarate going in.(even though all his wins were by knockout).
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Langford over McVea and Wills, Dempsey over Willard, Fulton and Firpo, Louis over both Baers and Simon
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Duran's record is classic in this respect. SRL's most devastating kayo win may have been Dave Green, in the match immediately preceding Montreal. After the way Barkley slammed Hearns down, who could have predicted that Roberto would drop The Blade late, in the finest performance of Barkley's career?! In the late 1970's, HOFers Cuevas and Palomino were established heavy hitters who ruled the WW division, yet the LW champion of that same period eventually moved up in weight to outpunch and drop both.

SRL himself came off the deck twice to take out Donny LaLonde. He was a known big puncher, who dismissively said he'd "Pound Leonard into the ground."

Arguello started out as a featherweight champion, but eventually moved up to kayo murderous punching LW Andy Ganigan, in the most exciting victory of Alexis's career.

Mike Spinks/Gerry Cooney. 'Nuff said.
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