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Old 05-11-2012, 02:23 AM
wmute
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Originally Posted by Spartacus Sully View Post
id say it kinda belongs, the idea of textbook boxing is a historical idea thats been around for quite some time, giving those with good knowledge of the history of boxing a better idea of what textbook is. so essentially your comparing something from the past (textbook) to something of the present (mayweather) which dosnt make this very diffrent then a marciano vs klitschko thread.
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Boxing Forum > Boxing Forums > Boxing History > How Textbook is Floyd Mayweather?

Remember when this used to be the history section?
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Originally Posted by Capaedia View Post
I don't blame them.

Even in here we've already had someone allege that Cotto exposed Mayweather. In NSB you'd be lucky for it to just be that.
Ppl, go check out my new thread (in BH) I think I have a solution for this.
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