Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by Brockton Rock, Oct 18, 2020.
15 rounds 50s rules
Who takes this clash of the titans when both are slightly past their best?
"Slightly past their best"?!
I am no Langford expert, but it appears that within 7 months between 1921-1922 he was 4-10.
Some of his opponents having very undistinguished records.
In 1923 he was 40 years old + literally mostly blind.
Frazier was slightly past his best-almost a decade before the time when he last fought at the end of 1981.
He was retired for over 5 years. He also was legally blind for years.
He was gifted a draw against a mediocre fighter Jumbo Cummimgs.
These guys were greatly past their best, & Frazier who I know better was the very definition of washed up.
I do not understand the fascination of matching really debilitated versions of great fighters.
Why focus on guys who are greatly damaged & all their skills are nearly completely gone?
But in this case you claim they are just slightly decline-which greatly reduces your credibility.
I wouldn't want to see it if I could!
Agree with this!!! Why do you guys continually waste space with these garbage threads? Is it for attention?
Tell 'em how you really feel!!
What about 2020 Mike Tyson vs 2020 Roy Jones, Jr???
If they agree not to hurt each other, then I will watch!
They were way past "slight passed their prime" both were both totally shot at this stage of their respective careers. Y even make this thread.
It's fascinating I think, both are completely shot so it comes down to who wants it the most, would make for a great battle.
Langford by 1 punch KO once he feels his way in
PATHETIC. MAYBE BOXING ISN'T FOR YOU?