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Old 01-06-2013, 09:04 AM
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i agree. either move up, move down or shut up.. ppl go "ohh but sometimes its more fair".. **** that. boxing isnt fair and neither is life.

the biggest problem in boxing today is there are too many divisions and titles and the best fighters dont fight eachother. catchweights make that worse. less fighters look to clean out their own division because of it.

as if all the divisions and titles arent enough to keep track of but ppl are moving around making up their own weightclasses whenever they feel like it and for what? giving up weight shouldnt be a problem in teh first place. a good fighter can neutralize his oponents size with skills, old school fighters gave up weight all the time.

"if you are gonna fight a guy for his title go to his weightclass. how you gon tell a champion to meet me at 58 or meet me at 57 and his title is 160?"

truer words have never been spoken.

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