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Old 09-22-2012, 01:52 AM
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Originally Posted by THE ИATAS View Post
guys with that high of KO's usually means they haven't fought quality opponents yet or not that many quality opponents.
Very true, but it still shows a certain attitude.

Look at British prospects & you'll see the kayo %age is around 40%. Look at Argentinian & it's 80%, even after they step up a level.

Schooling, hunger etc.

Not saying that KO fighters are better, it's just fun to know who they are.
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