Jim and Wilt were great athletes, and Wilt even beat Jim 3 times when they raced against each other at a party in LA in the early 60's
RIP Buster. Sad, a lot of the cats passing away, hoping he makes it to a better place.
Mac would win probably in a couple of rounds. And he would probably have beaten Norton too.
You know the right people, anything is possible.
Conn gets coldcocked by Foster in the 14th in a great fight.
Foster stops Galindez anywhere from 12 to 14. He could possibly floor him, but a cuts stoppage is most likely.
Good deal, however Sal knew what the deal was with 'bio and left him alone.
Liston by 5th round Kayo. If Golota acts up, he gets it worse.
Barry gives a competitive fight early on, but Salvador comes on strong in winning a 13th round TKO.
Bennie Briscoe, and Tex Cobb.
If he was trying to get at Alexis Arguello that speaks volumes, don't think Salvador had Eusebio on his high list of priorities.
Turpin could have beaten LaMotta, but everything would have to be on point. And, in a lot of ways, it may not have been.
Oscar by split decision. Norton could win this, but, I have a feeling he won't.
And now we can see why Salvador may have had reservations about fighting Eusebio.
Dennis edges it.
Page by UD.
Jimmy by UD.
Pedroza by close unanimous decision, it would be a war, but Pedroza had more than enough to deal with Alexis.
Bruno would take this in an 8th round Ko. Good brawl beforehand though.
Cobb weatheres the early storm and stops Cooper in 9.
I think Ray pulls off a decision win, but he would have to work for it. And, of course, the sugarman will make sure things are in his favor if it...
Ike, probably around the 5th rounds. If Gerry had developed a little more, maybe he could pull out a decision win.
I think Julio stops Esteban late from 12 to 13, but it would be a good one early. Just too strong for him, just like he was for Rosario.