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Old 08-14-2012, 08:02 AM   #16
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Monday Night - June 26, 1972

Madison Square Garden - New York

Attendance; 18,871

Scorecards at the time of the TKO 13 stoppage.
* Referee - Johnny Lo Bianco.......8-4-1 (Roberto Duran)
* Judge - Bill Recht....................9-3-1 (Roberto Duran)
* Judge - Jack Gordon................9-3-1 (Roberto Duran)

* Associated Press....................8-3-2 (Roberto Duran)

The New York State Athletic Association stated that the bout should be
recorded as a TKO 14, as Ken Buchanan failed to answer the bell for Round 14.

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Old 08-14-2012, 11:26 AM   #18
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Not at Lightweight he wasn't "a level below" at all. Shane was Faster, more powerful IMO.

Duran had better fundamentals if we're nitpicking but Duran would make it a fire fight and that would play right into Shane's hands.
Duran was the better fighter, I don`t think Mosely hit harder than Duran either, he had faster hands but Duran`s hands were pretty fast as well... it`s odd you seem to think Duran`s style would play into Shane`s hands, the same Shane that loved a good brawl & never had the best defense... Duran would feast on Mosely, not without problems but he`d constantly land the better punches & he`d land more of them too.
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Duran was the better fighter, I don`t think Mosely hit harder than Duran either, he had faster hands but Duran`s hands were pretty fast as well... it`s odd you seem to think Duran`s style would play into Shane`s hands, the same Shane that loved a good brawl & never had the best defense... Duran would feast on Mosely, not without problems but he`d constantly land the better punches & he`d land more of them too.
One thing about Duran is he could be in a firefight wiyhout taking too many shots himself, clean shots that is.
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Buchanan was one of the most skilled and definitely the toughest man that prime Duran ever fought. Ken deserved a rematch and though he would have probably lost, it would have gone the full 15 rounds IMO.
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