it’s mentioned in the commentary but I guess you did not want to watch the fight because you won’t want to have seen Shavers dealing with a similar size & shaped opponent to Williams who had equal wins at a similar level to him. I do not deny Weaver was nobody back then. He’s a name worth mentioning though. If Williams knocked out a debut Floyd Patterson or Ingo johansson you would be all over it. and within your right to mention it. it’s as close to a signature knockout win as Smith has. I don’t think you know much about Larry Middleton. If you watch him the guy is identical to Tony Tucker. He had a good career actually. He is at least the level of Williams best wins. He’s above Billy Daniels, Alex Metiff and john Holman. Middleton broke Joe Bugners jaw and beat him out of sight in London. He gave Jerry Quarry and Ken Norton very good fights. Close fights. He lost to a prime Quarry by just a quarter of a point. On that form I think he could match Machen and Terrell in 50-50 fights. Smith was fighting Clark for the California State title. It is the identical level as Cleveland competing for the Texas State title against Terry Daniels..a win on par with anything Williams achieved. so it is the exact same comparison here. The recent loss to Shavers ended a very good run that had gotten Clark an Indian summer world rating in one of the best eras in heavyweight boxing. If the comparison is Williams, then it’s a solid win. Don’t forget Smith actually knocked Middleton out. Whereas your guy Williams is the best puncher without a signature knockout win.