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Old 12-21-2012, 08:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Deathknight88 View Post
Hearns will and should rightfully be a 80-20 favorite. I'm not saying Hearns was overall better than Floyd, but a 6'2 WW with great boxing skills combine with great power is just too much for any version of Floyd(especially as people already know Floyd was a natural 130-135)

Everyone else, Floyd should be a favorite or slight favorite. Duran is a toss up. But I can see him winning both fights (or losing both).
I think Hearns beats Floyd, but I think that version of Duran loses to an 07/08 WW Floyd...Floyd wouldn't have made the mistakes against Duran that Leonard did in their first fight, it is just a different mentality. It would look like Duran-Leonard II in both fights. Would Duran make a match of it, of course. Would Floyd lose? Probably not, he is so good at scoring points.
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