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Old 11-26-2012, 08:01 AM
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Vitali did brilliantly after his come back.
I actually think he peaked after he came back and it wasn't for the short period of time - either in retirement either after he came back...

It might be slightly easier for HW - they don't rely that much on speed which you loose first.

But also it is up to the fighter. Vitali looked almost in the same shape during his retirement. I don't like the fighters who put on so much weight instantaneously after they retire.
There is only a few fighters who will be in the good shape after retirement - those are real sportsmen.

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