Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Starched Him, Feb 8, 2019.
Over the Span of 1 Decade?
I was just wondering say a Fighter fought 11 people over the past decade,
out of that 11 5 of them came off a loss, and this fighter also has lost 4 out of those 11 fights.
Can he be and all time great?
Depends what the the fighter did before, and who those 11 were ....
But to answer your question, yes of course it's possible. Roy Jones Jr's record over the last 10-11 years looks like that, and he's an ATG
Most definitely...Only transvestites moan about L's, all the past greats had loses and went on loss streaks before retiring
They are the guys his legacy is built on
So you wanna stick to the subject or your alternative life style
course, jones is at least a mid tier ATG, yet in the last decade he has picked of many losses in what are really exhibition moneygrabs for him from calzaghe to enzo
He did stick to the subject. Just interjected a little humour
Listen fella, its a pathetic thread that a 8yr old could answer, totally obviously it means jack ****..Are they prime at the end ???? NO
How dumb is this thread Beouche lol
If you cant answer your own question, then you do not follow boxing history. Examples: Roy Jones (as stated), Erik Morales, Roberto Duran, SRR, Evander Holyfield).
Thank you...........You can tell the guys that know nothing of boxing.
Hell, the boxer considered the greatest ever had 20 losses (post prime)
It doesn't erase the fact that SRR was 120-1 in his prime......The only HOFers that I know of that didn't linger around too long to take lumps are Ward and Lennox and Floyd of course. Pretty much every boxer stays around too long and soils their record. It's almost a time honored tradition for a boxer to say "hey let's see how much damage I can do to my win/loss record before I retire".
this thread is **** IAO
It matters who he fought and how much. Probably not. but one decade is a long time in a boxing career.
Your threads weak. Everyone knows who you're talking about. Yes he's an ATG. Deal with it.