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Originally Posted by IronDanHamza
Of course. Of course he struggled in that fight. He was damn near stopped.
But, he avenged the performance in pretty impressive fashion, No?
Has Berto done that with his poor performances?
The first Andrade fight is pretty much the only time Bute has stuggled, No?
As opposed to Berto, who has literally struggled to an extent every single time he has faced an above average fighter.
The only fighters Berto has fought who are above average are Collazo, Quintana, Ortiz and Zaveck. And each time he hasn't looked good at all.
As opposed to Bute who's wins are as poor as Berto's. But, Bute has either;; dominated them or the one time he struggled he rematched him and dominated.
That's the difference.
He wasn't almost stopped. He was stopped got got a blatant home town win. That is categorized with the likes of Martinez koing Cintron, then beating him on points, only to come away with a draw. And like King Kong eating about 20 low blows & coming away with a ballshot kd.
Bute did great in the rematch but the man should already have a ko loss to a fighter that's C-level at best. Berto has never been stopped, or close to it by a fighter of C-level. That's the difference.