OMG lol BRRRO... The point is that Roy Jones fought at 154 whether it was once or 100 time, he fought as low as 154, moved up through 160, 168, 175, 190, all the way to 200+, and won. Jones spent 5 years fighting at MW and climbed through 4 more weight classes to become champion. Pacquiao spent 13 years fighting at SFW or below and climbed through 4 more weight classes to become champion. Duran spent 8 years fighting at LW and climbed through 4 more weight classes to become champion. See a pattern? I do. What point are you trying to make here? I'm sure all three will reach HoF status. They were well known, and did decent for their times. Golovkin's best win is a razor close fight vs Jacobs. Margarito's best win is a clear but brutal war against Cotto, and Joh Ruiz best win is against Evander Holyfield. One fighter is not even HoF material, moved up 13 lbs to face GGG in his first fight at MW, and had it not been for his glass face would have given GGG a hell of a fight. Another fighter is arguably in the top 5 ATG, hit like a mule at any weight, had ATG defense, ATG skills, and more talent in his right testicle than Brook could ever dream of. That is the difference. What?! You said "Duran has virtually no chance at beating GGG, saying otherwise would be ridiculous." I simply disagreed, and stated I found it funny that you think the idea of Duran beating Golovkin is ridiculous. I can totally see Duran using his skill and talent to beat the limited Golovkin. Golovkin has not done anything to show me he could beat a legend like Duran. I would probably even favor the Duran who beat SRL to outclass Golovkin. What's ridiculous about that? Duran is an absolute legend. You think a prime, in shape, beast like Duran would let a slow, plodding, telegraphic puncher whos best punches are from above bother him. I can see Duran getting on the inside and brutalizing GGGs body. No jab is going to stop Duran from getting in. GGG can't move like Leonard or Hagler. I then showed you examples of fighters who spent their primes in weights only to move up years later and win titles at the higher weights. Also, doesn't Golovkin weigh in at 170 on fight night. How would Duran be at a 20 lb deficit? Unlike you totally discounting Duran, I don't completely discount GGG in this fight scenario, but I haven't seen why GGG would beat someone as skilled as Duran. He couldn't even beat Canelo, and got lucky against SD.