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Old 07-31-2012, 04:31 PM #8
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I don't call guys that find ways to lose underrated~


I would say Robert Guerrero most guys who win a belt at 126, grab a couple straps between, then win a belt at 147 would get tons of love even if he hasn't fought tons of great opposition. Just going from 126 to beat a top ten guy at 147 is rare as hell but he doesn't get much love at all. In fact is all I hear is how he needs to prove more~
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