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Old 09-29-2012, 01:45 AM #21
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Originally Posted by A-Wolf View Post
I'll have to disagree on basic principle. People will at no point ever say that about Floyd IMHO. Not the establishment anyway. The Fab 4 elevated each other. Floyd has Pacquiao, maybe Martinez, but not Duran and/or Leonard, Hearns, Hagler. On top of which, Floyd leaves many questions as to whether or not he would have faced contemporaries like that had he fought during the same era.. Although I do support enthusiasm for any fighter.
Floyd and Manny are both around the Top 30 All-Time in my book.

Leonard, who I think is the greatest of the fab 4, is around the Top 10 in my book, maybe just outside it. Benitez, Duran, Hearns, and Hagler. He is truly quality over quantity.
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