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Old 08-03-2012, 03:58 PM
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Originally Posted by raskat View Post
SRR could be hurt and certain styles gave him a world of trouble. Randy Turpin. show SRR a beautiful, sharp, accurate jab and u ll give him hell. Turpin did just that and almost beat SRR twice.
That isn't why Turpin gave Robinson trouble. Turpin gave Robinson trouble because he was an awkward herky-jerky fighter (much like Michael Spinks) who was difficult to land cleanly on and impossible to look good against (much like B-Hop).

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