3 Division Champions, who's the best

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  1. mcvey

    mcvey Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Lets look at these statements.
    "Ambers was not at his best"
    Berg
    McLarnin
    Petrolle
    "Were half decent"
    They were great fighters, you are an imbecile!
    Ambers was 45-1-5 in his next fight a couple of months later he beat Fritzie Zivic!

    "Chocolate was blown and washed up when Canzoneri beat him"
    Chocolate was 21 years old,he would have a further 84 fights over the next 7 years , winning70 of them and capturing 4 versions of world titles along the way !
     
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  2. Ra's Al-Ghul

    Ra's Al-Ghul The one and only! Full Member

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    Are you actual able to read? I doesn't look so, but rather are you the most hypocrite user in any community I attend.

    Will you serios deny you pretend Hawaii is a state of the continent North America (which implies either North America is a country or Hawaii is independent)?
     
  3. Ra's Al-Ghul

    Ra's Al-Ghul The one and only! Full Member

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    Ambers was dethroned by Amstrong and in Welterweight not in his natural division, but Zivic was a journeyman-champion.

    Berg was just a contender, Petrolle maybe a worse one (or gatekeeper) and McLarnin a paper champion rather than a legend (is not in my top 40 of Welterweight), but also not a natural lightweight, so is irrelevant for his standing there.

    Chocolate was natural featherweight, so he was physical outmatched and in clear disadvantage (like Gamboa against Crawford), therefore he was not that competitive than in the lighter weight-classes before.
     


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