Aaaa, I know wat you are tinkin.
But I meant te second one :smoke
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Wat you are implyin is tat te number of rounds doesnt affect ow a fiter paces imself and te result of is efforts. Marciano could not ave stopped...
Its a nice spin but not applicable.
Marciano needed to et Walcott out of tere at a certain point. Tat point would ave come earlier if it was a...
Te number of rounds affect a fiters sense of urency.
e was better because e was twenty pounds eavier. It is debatable, but I tend to aree.
But pound-for-pound - Marciano was as scary or...
Burley KO5 :lol:
Mason ad a serious cranium. Few men ave ad a skull so massive.
Dont know man, Ive read about im walkin te block on is ands and oter suc impressive feats. e was pretty massive for a lit eavyweit.
Of course. I would never say aler was stroner tan LaMotta, owever, Tier as te credentials.
LaMotta seemed a bit top eavy to me and not as...
Not sure about LaMotta. To me it seems like most of is mass is in is ead. Never looked like e was carved out of stone and proportioned like Tier.
I aree wit tis.
About as even as it gets really. I went for the slightly more robust Robinson. Think how devastating his highlight reel is and remember that much...
I agree. But Charles faced and beat enough styles of tricky punchers for me to believe that he could cope. Jones was exceptionally quick but...
True that. Anyway, in the late forties, Charles was probably the best ever at 175lbs, at least I think so.
Charles has real credentials when it comes to boxing smart. Charley Burley tried two strategies and Moore used up all of his tricks yet success...
What's the greatest ever fight duology? I reckon Basilio-Robinson. Laguna-Buchanan was nice.