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Old 04-08-2011, 06:02 PM #5
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Given their size, probably pretty good. Well, Vitali at least. Wlad's chin would be a likely cause of problems against a lot of the top guys. A young Tyson? Forget it. Wlad simply wouldn't last. I think another relatively small guy in Frazier would get to him too. But Vitali is durable, has a difficult style and would hold his own against several of the top guys, I think.
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