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Old 12-08-2011, 01:09 AM   #16
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Hagler.
Morales.
JMM.
Duran.
A lot of the great 70s heavies: Lyle, Shavers, Frazier, Ali and others all took shots that looked as if they might get dropped and shook them off.
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Old 12-08-2011, 01:33 AM   #17
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Mayweather has a solid chin and can recovery well physically, but mentally, it takes him a round or two to figure out what his opponent's doing and then stop it from happening, rather than come right back in spite of it having occurred. Nacho once said "hit him once, and he's fine, but more than 2 or 3 punches, and he loses a step." As amazingly skilled as he is, there's some truth to it when you look at the expressions on his face early on in some of his toughest fights.
Not really. When he was hurt by Corley he went to the ropes and administered good defense and moments later Floyd actually hurt Corley with a left hook. You can't do that unless you're mentally recovered. Also Floyd actually had Shane backing up when Mosley failed to finish Floyd in rd 2. Shane was getting hit on the body which took some steam off his punches. If the round had lasted longer Floyd would've made it an even round or possibly even win it. In round 3 we saw a fresh and focused Floyd. His recovery time is good if not great.

As for getting hit by 2 or 3 solid punches and getting rocked, doesn't that apply to almost every fighter? Hell, I don't remember a time when FMJ was actually hit by that many shots consecutively. Not many people talk about it but Pac was actually stunned by Cotto once (don't remember which round but he was knocked off balance briefly by a hook). And then of course he was hurt by Marg's body shot and almost went down. Not sure why you don't have Floyd on the list.
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Old 12-08-2011, 01:34 AM   #18
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We often talk about the chin of a boxer and how fast they can get knocked out but who do you guys think were some of the best fighters that recovered from a knockdown? seems to be a lost art these days.

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see fights 1 and 2 with manny and especially the one wit katsidis

and of course maidana, he was dropped by ortiz, got up to whoop his ass, also dropped by khan and should've been out had he been a regular man, but got up and went the full 12

a notable is ninja turtle, the way he got dropped by holt and still took the ud was good, i'd like to say lamont as well in his ortiz fight, a 10 round fight and having a 10-7 round against you and still pulling out to get a draw




since you're asking about knocked down, would be kind of hard to say since manny hasn't been knocked down while being in the states but he does have great recovery in taking flush shots and still being able to fight through it and fight back, and the same can be said for lil floyd


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Old 12-08-2011, 01:50 AM   #19
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Froch is pretty good, too.
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Old 12-08-2011, 01:53 AM   #20
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This guy isn't the greatest to do with your question, but still it's pretty impressive, was on Eurosport last night
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Old 12-08-2011, 02:03 AM   #21
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Old 12-08-2011, 02:50 AM   #22
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Not really. When he was hurt by Corley he went to the ropes and administered good defense and moments later Floyd actually hurt Corley with a left hook. You can't do that unless you're mentally recovered. Also Floyd actually had Shane backing up when Mosley failed to finish Floyd in rd 2. Shane was getting hit on the body which took some steam off his punches. If the round had lasted longer Floyd would've made it an even round or possibly even win it. In round 3 we saw a fresh and focused Floyd. His recovery time is good if not great.

As for getting hit by 2 or 3 solid punches and getting rocked, doesn't that apply to almost every fighter? Hell, I don't remember a time when FMJ was actually hit by that many shots consecutively. Not many people talk about it but Pac was actually stunned by Cotto once (don't remember which round but he was knocked off balance briefly by a hook). And then of course he was hurt by Marg's body shot and almost went down. Not sure why you don't have Floyd on the list.
Floyd is usually cool under pressure, but getting clocked against Judah, against Ortiz, and against Mosley,in the remainder of the round, he boxed well, but it took him pretty much the rest of the round each time to re-set. He defends well but even when nothing's landed after a god punch or set of punches, I feel he can't retake control immediately the way a Morales or a Marquez might. It's not necessarily a bad thing, but his recovery IMO isn't the best in terms of mental recovery. His chin is fine and he's clearheaded pretty quickly, he just doesn't collect himself quickly is all I meant.

Pacquiao got clocked by Cotto really hard in that fight, I know what you're talking about, but he kept on going about his business like he was fine; when he got hit by Margarito, he fought his way off the ropes with sheer intensity.
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Old 12-08-2011, 04:58 AM   #23
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Trinidad
Yes, Trinidad. I use to feel bad for guys to drop him. Pryor was another one, but I think his cool aid had something to do with it. I have a DVD of him fighting a undefeated KO artist. He got dropped like a Tyson victim and he just jump up like he just won the lottery. SRL was commentating and could believe it himself. If I find the DVD, I hope someone can explain how I can upload it. It would be such a great fight for all to comment on. I know they just mention the Arguello fight only, but this fight has to be discussed if I can find it.
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Old 12-08-2011, 05:07 AM   #24
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JMM

And has been mentioned, Maidana, from that Khan shot, damn, i even felt that shot, the way maidana winced, i thought it was over.
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Old 12-08-2011, 05:11 AM   #25
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Aw how could i forget Trinidad!

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And has been mentioned, Maidana, from that Khan shot, damn, i even felt that shot, the way maidana winced, i thought it was over.
I did too. I thought no no no, this can't be happening. Then he went on.

The man is a zombie.
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Old 12-08-2011, 05:22 AM   #26
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This guy isn't the greatest to do with your question, but still it's pretty impressive, was on Eurosport last night
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A hurt fighter is a dangerous fighter. I remember Lennex getting hurt badly by I believe Bruno. He had Lennex, but bang, Lennex stops him.

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Old 12-08-2011, 05:23 AM   #27
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And has been mentioned, Maidana, from that Khan shot, damn, i even felt that shot, the way maidana winced, i thought it was over.

Yes, that was incredible.
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Old 12-08-2011, 06:48 AM   #28
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yea Calzaghe for me
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Old 12-08-2011, 06:52 AM   #29
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Zab Judah
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Old 12-08-2011, 06:55 AM   #30
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Carlos Monzon...bouncing right up from a brutal right hand in the second Rodrigo Valdez fight...ooops....I'm sorry...I forgot, this is the general forum. Monzon-Valdez happened in '77.
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