Or Buster got his mom's genes too
Ali wanted an easy fight as he was slipping and Spinks had the name recogition having won a gold medal
De Leon was pretty good in his 1980-84 prime
His weak chin failed him. After this fight he changed his style to protect it.
Spinks was able to do it because :
- He was tall for a LHW with a pretty long reach.
- He utilized his funky movement...
Tarver has physical advantages. Calzaghe is much busier.
If Tarver moves and boxes he can win a decision
For me the best one is Matthew Saad Muhammad v. Lopez 2
Marvin Johnson is #1 in my opinion because of the quality of the opponent and how Spinks took him out with one shot.
Even if he quit after the first Golota fight hed be in better shape.
He took a hellacious beating in the second fight.
I think a priime 135 lb. Duran would have run over Whitaker. Just too strong and powerful.
Yeah it was but he did beat Coetzee for the WBA title and at the time he should have fought Holmes he was prime. But he was a headcase and came in...
But you stopped at 1980.
How do we know he makes it to 1985 if he's the only champion and he has to fight Tate, Thomas, Coetzee, Dokes Page,...
Chavez decision. Chavez was basically at his peak and Whitaker was not at his yet
Pernell Whitaker against Hurtado. Oh OP already stated same. Well that's the first one I thought of
Iran Barkley: "I didn't have time to bleed:
Hagler by decision. Hes way too physicallly strong for a blown up Mayweather. And Mayweather was not a busy fighter at 147 and wouldnt be at 160.
The quality of the writers that Ring Magazine uses has obviously deteriorated.
Tucker's "Ignominous" record is nothing of the sort if put in...
talk about beating a dead horse. I bet his thread has been done ten times
Wasnt Troy Waters @ 154