Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by anjawnaymiz, Jun 9, 2021.
Michael Brodie (I don't count the WBF)
Early in their careers i lf i had to choose i would have thought if there was gonna be a champ between fury and price i woulda picked price...
Little did i know that price had hamster lungs, china and lacked composure. And that tyson would improve tenfold! Everything price lacked tyson showed he has in abundance.
In the UK in recent years..
Luke Campbell springs to mind, Olympic Gold Medalist.
Whenever a boxer has more gold than a rapper you always expect them to do something in the pro game.
He looked decent starting out but maybe he just turned pro too late.
Edot: I dont know why the font is highlighted like this
"Beltholder" is more accurate.
Solis irritates me to this day. His comeback from the knee injury was absolutely pathetic.
This post is wrong on a lot of levels. First of all, Mugabi fought in the multibelt era after 154 was created.
Second of all, he won a belt at 154
I saw big potential in Audley Harrison and David Price.
I also watched Ricardo Williams toil away for too long, expecting him to eventually get it together.
Zahir Raheem had an easy time with Erik Morales and still failed to win a belt.
Steve McCrory. Steward said he was one of the most talented fighters that came through Kronk.
Solis and Audley Harrison I thought would at least be factors in the division for some years. Both fell over much earlier than I expected.
Long before he turned pro I assumed Ivan Dychko would be challenging for a belt at some point.
Ruddock after I saw him decapitate Dokes.