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Old 09-28-2012, 09:10 PM
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If JLC wanted to win he should have done more in the first half of the fight, because he didn't win more than 1 round in the first 6~ and Floyd won at least 2 of the last 6.

JLC came on which gave the impression of him being better off, but Floyd fought his ass off to hold on. When you look at Floyd as a fighter that is the most impressive thing about that fight, JLC was a damn good fighter and he was coming on strong but Floyd kept his cool and fought him off basically to a stand still at the end. People always look to this fight as a cut down of Floyd but really it is a very impressive performance, because people think he is an easy guy to break but that fight showed he clearly is not.
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