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Old 08-19-2013, 07:51 PM   #1
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Default Vinny Pazienza vs. Terry Norris at 154 Lbs.

Pazienza started out at LW but bulked up (this thread isn't about how) and fought as high as SMW. He was quick, athletic, durable, and strong. He wasn't a huge puncher and he was somewhat of a bleeder... but was only stopped 3 times. 50-10 (30) overall and he won world titles at 135 and 154. He did win a couple of minor world titles at 168 as well.

Norris is a Hall of Famer. He was stopped a few times and DQd a few times but when he was at his best he was great.

I see a mismatch here but one of my friends wanted me to put this one up and see how everybody felt about it.

Norris was fast, elusive, accurate, a great puncher, and just all around better. Pazienza had speed but he wasn't hard to hit and he wasted a lot of energy.

Norris by lopsided decision or TKO on cuts.
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Old 08-19-2013, 10:02 PM   #2
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Norris would beat the living shit outta him. The roid head wouldn't be competitive at all.
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Default Re: Vinny Pazienza vs. Terry Norris at 154 Lbs.

Norris T/KO 3 to 5.
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