Originally Posted by jabsRstiff
He had a pretty damn good resume from 1984-1993! You do realize he fought as much as he did to stay sharp, right?
I'd like to see your top 50 just to see some of the guys you think had a better resume than he did.
I said that if my top 50 was based on resume alone, then Chavez might not make it.
Ranking him on skill primarily, coupled with resume, I have him as a top 25 all-timer.
I have no objection with anyone fighting a lot of fights... sure beats a guy fighting every nine months. It's just not a Greb-caliber resume, that's all.