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Old 12-09-2012, 06:32 PM #5
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Originally Posted by inITtoWINit View Post
Lennox Lewis. Although he had the luxury of being tall with a long reach, so he could fight more measured and careful.

In terms of aggressive fighters, I don't really know.
Oh yeah. I totally forgot about that. Thats probably the best example. I cant remember if Wlad was unconcious in any of his losses. Can you remember any smaller guys that recovered?
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