Join Date: Feb 2011
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Originally Posted by New England
i'm still wondering why the **** olivares (pronounced "Olives" according to my autocorrect ^ ^ ) is in the top ten of your list
he's not a top ten punching FW
he's a top 5 punching BW, though.
he was a solid puncher at 26, but did his power really carry to the top ten of the FW division is what you have to ask yourself
the answer is clearly no
and on to erik morales...
wasn't even a terrific puncher.
he was a good hard puncher and a worker who had to break guys down and use his boxing skills and stamina
but he was NOT a power puncher in this context and doesn't belong ANYWHERE CLOSE to the top ten.
and this is coming from a guy who pitches a tent de pantalon every time erik morales is throwin down
juanma lopez was a much harder puncher at 122, and 126 than morales
he couldn't// cant do much with it, because his idea of sound defensive performance is taking punches on the chin but staying upright and banging his gloves together, and he also doesn't have morales' chin
but he's a harder puncher than morales could ever hope to be.
and not a top ten FW puncher in simple power punching terms.
if you aren't going to see it you aren't going to see it
like magic eye
but you're wrong if you think morales or olives are top ten FW punchers
I told you already, coz he stopped Chacon twice and hurt Arguello. Weak punchers don't do that, y'know.