How many times have we seen a result or someone brings up a win like it was a big deal, that was an eyecatcher? Until of course, we read between the lines and say, "Nah, hang on a second..." Here are a couple just to get things rolling. 1) Duane Bobick KO7 Mike Weaver - Duane had quite the resume over B-level contenders such as Scott LeDoux, Bunny Johnson, Larry Middleton, Chuck Wepner, Randy Neumann, etc. But the eye-catcher was his win over Weaver. However, one need only look at weaver's record at the time to realize he was still in his early journeyman phase where he wasn't taking the career seriously. 2) Bob Baker W10 George Chuvalo - this win has always been mentioned as one of Baker's great wins at the tail end of his career, but Chuvalo was a 12-1 novice and his camp probably thought it would be great to have a name like Baker on the resume. But Bob still had a bit in the tank. It would be a good few years before Chuvalo broke into the big time. 3) Lou Nova W6 Abe Simon - again, I have seen Simon's name brought up as this big win on Nova's record. But hang on and look at the fact that it was a 6 rounder. Nova was 7-0-1 and Simon was 13-0. A good win for two prospects maybe, but not 2 contenders. They were both just pups. Let's hear some more.