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Old 01-06-2012, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by jrosales13 View Post
Arum has outlasted King....That tells me that they're completely different. Their resources are/were not the same.
But they didn't start at the same time. When Arum started getting involved in the boxing business, King was already on top and had a much more impressive roster of fighters than Arum has ever had.

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Originally Posted by Left Hook Tua View Post
that's because don king concentrated on his heavyweight monopoly.

don had fighters in many division but his bread and butter was the heavyweights.

what happened to the heavyweight division the past decade?
How can you say he concentrated on his heavyweight monopoly when most of his fighters weren't heavyweights? Wilfred Benítez, Roberto Durán, Salvador Sánchez, Wilfredo Gómez, Alexis Argüello, Julio César Chávez, Aaron Pryor, Ricardo Lopez, Félix Trinidad, Terry Norris, Carlos Zarate, Azumah Nelson, Mike McCallum, Gerald McClellan, Meldrick Taylor, Marco Antonio Barrera and Ricardo Mayorga.
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