He mostly lost it all at once. The beating in the first Golota fight took a lot out of him, then the rapid weight loss and horrible beating he...
He was on ***** street when his arm got stuck. He was on borrowed time.
But, whatever helps you sleep at night....
Tommy was in HS at the time
He may had a hard time beating Tony Tucker by that point in time.
He would have fought and been destroyed by Tyson sometime in 87 in a unification natch, if he still held the IBF title.
Lol. Rooster's Norris OCD resurfaces.
Norris was very good.
What kept him from being great were an average defense, a below average chin and a...
Davey Moore was shot by the time he died He was derailed by a lack of defense and a highly motivated Duran.
He acted like a disgruntled ignoramus with a huge chip on his shoulder. Not surprised he is overlooked.
Great thread idea
I'll go with **** Eklund on points
Is it on your phone?
Upload it as your profile picture. That's how I got my mug on here. LOL.
I doubt Leonard loses any sleep over anything Duran related.
He fought extremely gallantly in the first Duran fight - standing and trading with...
Rooney was speaking some truth. Too bad Tyson didn't listen to him.
Nice Contrast in styles. Roger didn't throw a lot of punches. But he had great ring generalship and an array of weapons. He should be able to...
He was dropped by Tony Tubbs
In the fight that mattered Leonard knocked out Hearns. The Hagler fight was very close, but he got the nod. He evened the score with Duran,...
Duran is clearly in denial.
Ali couldn't move around for 15 rounds because of a conbinatiicn of Joe's pressure and Ali's aging legs. If he could have, it would have been less...
Very selective in matchmaking all the he way up to the Romero fight. Went after the WBO title first
He was very slick and had the ability to shut down the opponent while putting fans to sleep. Hence the nickname " The Spoiler." Thrown in tough...
Hearns by decision.
Where's Wass. He should be spewing his venom in this thread. Lol.
I wouldn't go quite that far.
But, I would say that was his peak or absolute prime.
The reasons for his decline from this peak were mounting...
Very true, but it was a one off.
He looked to be back to his old self, but went inactive for over a year, and any confidence he had regained,...
This is rather straightforward
Camacho's prime was roughly 82-87.
The Rosario scare in 1986 affected him psychologically, and he became more...
Zab Judah is still fighting?
Another example of not knowing when to quit.