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Old 11-25-2012, 03:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Fasttimes View Post
Julio C Chavez
Ike Quartey
Oba Carr
Felix Trinidad
Shane Mosley
In terms of overall resume, very very few people had it tougher than Oscar. One of the TOUGHEST resumes to go through. Floyd and Pac would have dropped multiple losses.

Even SRL/Hearns might have dropped at least one (Possibly to Hopkins)

But during a 2 year stretch,it's very hard to make a case that Oscar's run was tougher or more impressive than Ray's.

This is the run you are talking about :

Julio Cesar Chavez 100-2 W
Ike Quartey 34-0-1 W
Oba Carr 48-2 W
Felix Trinidad 35-0 L
Shane Mosley 34-0 L

Pretty ****ing grueling: But a lot of those fights were close fights and 'technically' Oscar lost 2 of them. Chavez was past his best as well. Tough run but not as impressive.
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