Terry Norris vs Julio Chavez Sr. at 147

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Prime Chavez Sr. vs Prime Norris at 147

  1. Chavez Sr. beat Norris

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  2. Norris beat Chavez Sr.

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  3. Not sure who beat who

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  1. Pimp C

    Pimp C Stay Dangerous Full Member

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    Norris is too big for jcc he would beat him as long as he wasn't drained at 147.
     
  2. Serge

    Serge Ginger Dracula Staff Member

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    I think Norris is simply too big. Sure if they were the same size JCC wins but he came up from the leprechaun divisions and Norris was a big, strong and compact career 154 pounder with serious fire power who could've likely won world titles up at 160 if he wanted to.
     
  3. thanosone

    thanosone Love Your Brother Man Full Member

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    No way. Chavez was a natural 135/140. Duran looked like a natural 147/154 in the first SRL fight. Duran uses to balloon up to 200 lbs. Chavez used to walk around at 160.
     
  4. Reinhardt

    Reinhardt Boxing Addict Full Member

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    You do know what size means right? both fought at lightweight, both were 5'7 with a reach around 68 inches.
    P.S. what in the world does the fact of Duran ballooning up to 200 pounds mean? He was far more undisciplined that's all.
     
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  5. thanosone

    thanosone Love Your Brother Man Full Member

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    I didn't mean to upset you. Duran just seems to have a bigger frame. Chavez looked small even against Pea and Taylor. Duran was the same size as Hagler in their fight.
    Norris would have murdered Chavez even at 147. Even a weight drained Norris would be the bigger man against Chavez.
     
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