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Old 07-07-2012, 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted by GrandpaBernard View Post
He began his career at 17 years of age weighing less than 120 pounds but managed to be effective all the way up to middleweight. Was it just skill that allowed him to be that effective?
Skill and experience. He was a natural Lightweight that started to eat his way out of the division as he got older (ballooning up to well over 200 pounds between fights). A newer example would be James Toney.

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