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Old 12-09-2012, 06:27 PM #1
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Default How detrimental to a career is being knocked out cold?

I cant remember many fighters from the past who came back to reclaim glory after going to sleep. In recent history it's been world shattering. We have Hatton, Khan, PWill, Diaz and now Pac. Will he be the one to make a full recovery in his psyche and career? Fighters tend to fade away quickly following brutal unconcious KO's. Are there any real success stories after short naps in the ring?
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