Marvin Hagler had one of the greatest title reigns in boxing history at any weight but he often comes off worse in all-time middleweight lists to Carlos Monzon. Most acknowledge that there isn't much in it and Hagler's loss to Leonard and Monzon retiring undefeated plays a big part in people rating Monzon that little bit higher. But Hagler's pre-title opposition in the mid-late 70s was pretty good. Do you think this tips things in his favour at all? He was still learning in the 70s but showed he was excellent in rematches and some of the guys he beat might have got title shots had they not met Hagler. What do you think of Hagler's pre-title opposition and is it enough to edge him marginally ahead of King Carlos in the all-time middleweight list?