Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by cross_trainer, Aug 24, 2021.
It needed to happen, and today was the day.
15 rounds. 1970s rules and refs. Who wins?
Morrison could outbox him if he stuck to the Foreman gameplan.
If he tried to blow Carnera out he'd better get it right because if he gasses against Primo he's going to have a long pummelling ahead of him.
Yeah, unlike the Bowe thread, there's at least the prospect here that there might, conceivably, be some path to victory for Carnera given enough luck.
Morrison destroys him
Had to happen!!
I see it the other way round to be honest.
If Morrison plays the long game, Carnera will probably take him out late, while ahead on the score cards.
If Morrison gets stuck in early, he might be able to force a TKO.
My favorite part of the Tommy Morrison Myth is that he put on a master boxing exhibition in the Foreman fight. He ran, ragged, from an old man that never learned to cut the ring.
Agreed. An older, fatter, way out of shape Foreman to boot.
The Foreman gameplan..
Only works against Foreman because only he is that old and slow.
hahah damn this is a hard one honestly. my first instinct was Morrison but now i'm second guessing
Dempsey and Willard all over again..
I see you backed out- coward
Your first mistake was in the first sentence. You can’t draw fourth honest arguments with a dishonest thread. The magic of Carnera-Bowe and Vitali-Evander was they were innocent looking.