Originally Posted by Pastrano
Just that, if he really was the hardest hitting fw EVER, then he'd stop even McCullough. Why not, Larios stopped him...even if that was a past prime McCullough. Naz bragged so much that he would be the first to do it, but he didn't.
Stopping Wayne McCullough was no mean feat. In his prime, he never would have been fazed by Larios. He basically went chin first into every bomb Erik Morales could throw at him (and Morales wasn't the hitter that Hamed was, but he could still crack like hell and was much better at landing those shots) and was basically unbothered over 12 rounds.