If we accept Sugar Ray Robinson as the greatest Welterweight of all time (and he quite possibly is), is there a fighter alive, you would confidently back to come as close to beating Sugar Ray, as Marty Servo actually did. In their first fight, Servo lost by unanimous decision but only by 4 rounds to 3 on one judges scorecard. In the rematch, Servo lost by a split decision (meaning one judge thought he won) and actually won on the AP scorecard, so a few year earlier in the ND era, he would have one the championship match against Sugar Ray. Both versions of Ray Robinson were pretty much prime versions. So, if your life depended on it, which fighter would you back to take the place of Marty Servo in these two fights and come out with better results? or would you simply take Marty Servo and say that no one else could have done as well, meaning that technically speaking Marty might be the second best welterweight ever.