Originally Posted by DanboSmitty
He;s what age 28 now? There is definately a lot of time for him to cement a legacy like what your talking about, but I don't think he'll be anywhere near consideration for top 10 of all time.
Ward has like 10 years left, and he's already done so much
Carl froch, Arthur Abraham, chad Dawson, mikkel Kessler, I mean that's the basis of a very good resume, and he's still got time.
Forget about him ever losing, it's not going to happen, it's just how many names he can get on his resume now