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Old 08-04-2012, 01:35 PM #15
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Originally Posted by timboslice708 View Post
My point being is that many of his super hardcore fans believe that he is the perfect fighter, when in fact he is not. There are style that are better than Floyd's. The closest thing to a perfect fighter is Sugar Ray Robinson and prime Roy Jones Jr.
Floyd fights very much like Ray Robinson~ closer than either dude who stole his nickname.

If you can't see the Ray Robinson in Floyd you ain't looking close enough or don't know enough about Robinson to be throwing out his name in a boxing conversation~
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