Why ask the question then?
You can't be serious.
He still entered the ring at 190 no doubt
He weighed in at 160 before that and entered the 185 typically
A peak Lacy?
McClellan was a million times more talented than Steve Collins.
G-Man was a cruiserweight making middle, and Tommy a former welter
There was a clear knockdown of Collins from Eubank in R2 not counted by the ref, Collins won the round on all three cards! The scored knockdown of...
Massively controversial. But for no reason whatsoever. Eubank easily outboxed him before his legs went in the last few rounds from the weight making.
His opposition is hideously ****.
Fury is in a far, far better place physically now. I wish Wilder good luck.
Watson was far from robbed. He didn't do anything.
Eubank V Collins
Toney is too small
He didn't. G. Rocci was like rock from head to toe, looked like a damn giant at 168!
Robbed blind in both Maske fights and first Dariusz M fight....
Fury always loses his head at points in a fight. He's mentally quite weak in that respect.
The LaPorte and Taylor performances of McGuigan were fantastic.
Just some food for thought.
Breland may know what they're teaching Tyson.
McGuigan was the best, but his prime was only a handful of fights for a couple of years.
Ali, Tyson, Bruno and Eubank are the big four in the United Kingdom
Tyson and Eubank were often on the front and back pages of the then-heavily...
Tyson. By far. He cleaned out a division in no time, Floyd never came close to.
Benn would've smashed him to bits. Early.
'He looked like he flipped pizzas' - Eubank
Apparently he bit Chris Eubank Sr's ear in a fight at a Bronx gym when Eubank was 16 or 17 and Atlas about 30