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Old 07-24-2012, 09:01 AM #2
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Pac might well have lost to Pernell even at that stage just due to it being a bad matchup. Pac and Chavez would have probably ended the same way it did with Oscar, on cuts in Pac's favor. Pac would have most likely lost to the 2001 Shane. The Tito fight would have been great, I'd go with Tito's size and superior power...maybe.. Bernard...obviously in Bernards favor. Pac would probably knock out Vargas, as all the greats of the era did. Ike Quartey would hav been nice, I'd go with Pac. Floyd...we all know is the favorite if he fought Pac, that wouldnt change. I think Pac gets through everybody else....if they fight when Oscar fought them. I dont think Felix Sturm would get beat by Pac but only cuz he's huge..so that one isnt really fair. :|..

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