Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by Austinboxing, Jul 15, 2021.
He should in my opinion.
What were the weights?
It’s in order. 8 divisions.
None of what you wrote happened.
He didn’t lose so many rounds against McCallum.
He certainly didn’t lose the first 4 straight.
There’s only you on the entire planet that thinks that Griffin schooled him.
You are living in a fantasy.
Clearly not. Griffin was the better fighter as we can clearly see in the fight.
Many writers scored each of the first 4 for washed up McCallum. And rightly so. Watch it. It’s plain to see.
Afraid not, many writers also wrote how Griffin was out-feinting, out-boxing and ‘exposing’ former IBF 168lb titlist Jones round after round after round.
I imagine the truth is hard to get your head around when you have a severe autistic obsession/delusion.
He was behind on 2 cards and was on the verge of getting knocked out.
One can only imagine what a prime McCallum would’ve done with him.
Or if Frank Liles could repeat in the pros what he did in 88 - sent Jones over heavily and bash him on points.
Yeah, everyone else is deluded except you.
Causing a great fighter issues doesn’t constitute as a schooling.
I don’t have to watch the McCallum fight.
Roy won just about every round.
Nobody but you had Mike winning the first 4 rounds straight.
This is almost as bad as when you were absolutely adamant that a documentary didn’t exist, before immediately telling me what channel it was on.
You’re too much.
No he wasn't the better fighter as Roy KOd him
Everyone had MM winning the first 4. I’m sure even HBO though haven’t watched it in years. And that’s because he did win those rounds.
No shame. McCallum was simply better than Roy Jones and that’s no shame at all.
So you’re going more on H2H and film footage.
Floyd looked awesome at LW.
After forcing him in the ring cold? Couldn’t beat him fair and square (because he wasn’t good enough).