Arguello lost his chance when he lost to Fernandez. Duran pulled out of a signed fight with Benitez due to an injury, and the Pryor and Cervantes fights were only discussed, never finalized. Pryor wanted it in '82, whereas Duran was already done with ever making 147 again, let alone 140. I think it could've happened after Pryor had beaten Cervantes, but it's not likely. And BTW, I was only saying that Duran could've been EVEN greater. It wasn't a criticism. Also, Duran was fighting at 140 every few weeks during his prime anyway, so weight wasn't the problem, it was the timing. Duran's prime was from the first DeJesús rematch to the first fight with Leonard. Nor do I, Ali was a certified ATG. I thought Norton and Young beat him, but I'm hardly torn up over it.