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Old 07-03-2012, 09:55 AM
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Originally Posted by Bible of Boxing View Post
U can't train a fighter to beat mayweather, it takes a certain type of fighter, the type of fighter who gave floyd the most problems were technical pressure fight who bang to the body and work behind a jab and have respectable power, jlc, miguel cotto, oscar although he was wasn't a infighter he tried and wasn't succescful because that's not his style of fighting, but as we speak their no fighter and hasn't been since floyd made his run that is an elite inside fighter besides cotto who we all know been on the decline since his beating from margarito, if I had to pick a type of fighter to beat him it would be along the lines of julio cesar chavez and roberto duran, just my opinion
I honestly don't even know why you quoted me, because nothing in this post suggests that you were making a point for or against what I said.
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