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Old 07-08-2011, 02:06 PM
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It is not hate. We are doing an in-depth discussion to Kotsya's inclusion to the Hall of Fame. If he made it in then surely Ricky Hatton must be a shoe-in too since he beat the man and became the Lineal Champion of Junior Welterweight. Also, as a bonus he won a Welterweight title along the way too.

Looking at Hatton's resume some BS forum members are going to say nothing but good things because Hatton did fight the best which is the only thing missing in Kotsya's resume. If Kotsya fought Oscar de la Hoya, Prince Naseem Hamed, Sugar Shane Mosley, or even Miguel Cotto (who was the WBO Junior Welterweight champion) in 2004 - 2006 then his resume would look more Hall of Fame worthy.

Look at Hatton's and Kotsya's records, Hatton edges Kotsya's because he beat the best and got beaten by the two best P4P fighters. The only complain we have is that Kotsya's resume looks average in all honesty.
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