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Old 09-12-2011, 09:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Freedom. View Post
During the fight on Saturday, Max Kellerman was going on about the Klitschkos' size advantage.

Teddy Atlas always brings it up. I see Michael Rosenthal going on about it in the front page story of the Ring website.

But then, if height is so important, why is Tye Fields not a more successful HW?

Why isn't the tallest HW Julius Long champion?

Why did Chambers beat Dimitrenko, who is taller than Wladimir? Why did Dempsey beat Williard?

Is size so important, or is it how you use it?
For that matter, why did Adamek beat Arreola, Michael Grant, and Kevin McBride, all far bigger than him?

Yet against Vitali he couldn't do a thing.
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