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Old 10-16-2012, 05:02 PM   #76
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Default Re: Benn, Jones, Jackson, McClellan: who hit the hardest?

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It took away from his timing and delivery
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??????

Nardeillo:
He trained like a madman for his fight with Nardiello and proceeded to give him a beating. Nardiello survived by
1: Holding and looking towards the ref for help
2: Kissing Benn hoping it would persuade Benn to take it easy on him
(and this is Reids best win?)
Nardiello team had seen enough and threw in the towel

Perez:
This guy was a last minute replacement, he basically survived by spoiling but Benn eventually caught up with him and stopped him

Malinga:
He scored a kd against him, something he was unable to do during their first fight

According to you it took away his power? If you want to go down the timing and delivery route then you are going to have to give specific examples, not just state something like its some kind of fact.

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The example was fine, it proves how the common opponent logic is flawed. You used Benn, Jones and Malinga, yet failed to acknowledge that Benn was a shell at the time of the Malinga rematch.
But so what if he was?
He still went 12 rounds with him when he was prime, or are you just going to ignore that?
He actually dropped him in the rematch or are you just going to ignore that as well?
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:05 PM   #77
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Rating power is pretty tricky, even when using common opponents.. A lot can be taken into account when rating how punches effect fighters other than just raw power. They always say the punch hurts you more when you can't see it coming.
I completely agree. Ko artist disagrees but keeps using some really dodgy examples and offers no better alternative.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:15 PM   #78
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Anyone who doesn't think Jackson hits the hardest really is a bit thick aren't they.
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