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Old 03-10-2011, 08:28 PM   #16
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lol only difference is i screen recorded it from a bluray rip and added effects
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Old 03-10-2011, 08:33 PM   #17
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Yeah, would have been a great fight. They should have filmed at least a round for the history.
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Old 03-10-2011, 08:35 PM   #18
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Good video but the fight wouldn't have been competitive. Lewis liked fighting guys his own size and shattered much better chins than WALDO's in his time.

Routine defence, just like Botha or Tua, WALDO goes down, and goes down heavily.
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Good video but the fight wouldn't have been competitive. Lewis liked fighting guys his own size and shattered much better chins than WALDO's in his time.

Routine defence, just like Botha or Tua, WALDO goes down, and goes down heavily.
How fast we forget that Lewis was KO twice by lesser fighters then himself. Only one less then Wlad, yet Wlad's chin is way worse. And how many names can you name that Lewis fought that were around the Klitschko's size, that he shattered. Tony Tucker UD, Grant who is a joke, and Vitali, where he was behind on all three cards.

With that being said I think it could be a toss up on any day. With results varying. That's why we have had trilogy's and rematches.
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Old 03-10-2011, 09:05 PM   #20
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How fast we forget that Lewis was KO twice by lesser fighters then himself. Only one less then Wlad, yet Wlad's chin is way worse.
Lewis proved how out of shape he was for those losses by avenging them brutally. Wlad proved how limited he was by handing his losses to his big brother.
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Old 03-10-2011, 09:11 PM   #21
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Lewis proved how out of shape he was for those losses by avenging them brutally. Wlad proved how limited he was by handing his losses to his big brother.
Lewis waited for McCall to go completely mental before rematching him.
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How fast we forget that Lewis was KO twice by lesser fighters then himself. Only one less then Wlad, yet Wlad's chin is way worse. And how many names can you name that Lewis fought that were around the Klitschko's size, that he shattered. Tony Tucker UD, Grant who is a joke, and Vitali, where he was behind on all three cards.

With that being said I think it could be a toss up on any day. With results varying. That's why we have had trilogy's and rematches.
Both the guys Lewis lost to were World class fighters, the guys that starched WALDO were hardly that. The best fighter that KO'd the **** out of WALDO was a guy that lost to the guy that fat Lewis lost to and then blitzed in the rematch. WALDO didn't have no rematch, he got his brother to do the dirty work

It's a no brainer, it really is. Lewis by KO, and early.
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Lewis waited for McCall to go completely mental before rematching him.
And WALDO waited for Brewster to be medically suspended in the US due to his eyesight problems before he rematched him. Who's worse again?

Yep, it's WALDO. Thanks for your input though sack swinger.
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Old 03-10-2011, 09:25 PM   #24
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Lewis waited for McCall to go completely mental before rematching him.
Like anyone outside his own camp knew just how ****ed in the head McCall was at the time. Besides, that is still better than handing losses to your big brother to avenge for you. Only in Klitschko-land are two fighters considered the same person. Lewis was better in every way than Wlad will ever be, and besides, Manny Steward would be in Lewis' corner for any match between those two and where would that leave Wlad?
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And WALDO waited for Brewster to be medically suspended in the US due to his eyesight problems before he rematched him. Who's worse again?

Yep, it's WALDO. Thanks for your input though sack swinger.
Irrelevant. Brewster had an eye surgery before the first fight with Wlad.
Lewis, however, waited a few years for McCall to go completely mental before rematching him.
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Irrelevant. Brewster had an eye surgery before the first fight with Wlad.
Lewis, however, waited a few years for McCall to go completely mental before rematching him.
Your posts are looking more and more like someone trying to be a parody of a Klitschko fan. Just confess that you're joking around and we can all laugh along with you. . .
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I'd hardly call the McCall fight as avenging the lose. And cause you never did rematch a lose doesn't make you a shit boxer. There to many numerous examples to start.
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I'd hardly call the McCall fight as avenging the lose. And cause you never did rematch a lose doesn't make you a shit boxer. There to many numerous examples to start.
How many of those examples include a fighter's brother avenging them? You can also exclude all the fighters that moved up/down in weight, those that retired (or the opponent retired) before they had a chance to get a rematch and those that consequently beat such superior opposition that they never had to avenge losses. That narrows it down quite a bit considering Wlad has no excuses on any of those counts. . .
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:06 PM   #29
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And with the exception of Buster Mathis Jr. ;stopped for NC do to punch to opponent while down. Riddick Bowe beat everybody he ever fought. Was never knocked out. And beat a way primer Holyfield then the one Lewis fought twice and what should have been 3 times if not for "fan man". Holyfield being one of Lewis's best names on his resume. People forget that the Holyfield Lewis fought was 37 years old and been in countless battles in his previous 15 years of professional boxing before they ever fought. And those battles with Bowe definitely took a toll and something out of him.

Yet many people firmly believe that Lewis would beat Bowe again. Me being one of them, maybe not to the extent of others.

Well never know cause that shit never happened. And don't say the Olympics, Cause that shit ain't even close to being on the same level as prof. boxing
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Old 03-10-2011, 10:30 PM   #30
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lets just say it will be a pretty good fight in the short run
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