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The G-Man.

"Yes it's true that Gerald beat Roy as an
amateur, he beat him soundly at the Golden
Gloves in 1988 when he went right at Roy and
traded as was his style back then. But Gerald
decided to put in the work to switch and turn
professional rather than go to the Olympic's, he
wanted a jump on Roy because they were seen
as potential rivals for when they got into the pro
ranks. But it was Frankie Liles and Tim Littles
who got most of the attention in the late 80's
and early 90's, Gerald and Roy didn't actually
get much attention until they built up their
knockout streaks and because Littles and Liles
didn't have their re-match quick enough. Then
the attention centered onto Gerald and Roy, and
they were seen as the two guys who would
dominate as the top two fighters of the 90's,
and it just so happened that they were the same
weight. Roy won his IBF title at middleweight in
the same month that Gerald won his WBC title
at middleweight, and they were genuine friends
outside of boxing. Gerald would never have lost
a boxing match in the 1990's if he had stayed at
the Kronk."

- Emanuel Stewart
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