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Old 01-07-2013, 10:00 AM
Ray Corso
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Pryor was the stronger fighter and Prior had alot of experience in the amatuers fighting at a high level. He beat Hearns, Leonard and all the other soon to be stars. Lexie was very predictable and to Pryor he probably looked slow, especially in his foot work!
I remember Pryor moving freely and pretty much dominating the movements of the fight! Anyone who stands in front of Lexie would be in trouble but if you gave him different looks he got sort of "mechanical" in his movements. He had to "reset" to punch if not he was awkward and his punch had no power!
Lewis was very good at breaking down fighters in the corner. I worked in his corner twice ( I think) maybe more and he was organized and a dominate figure. That works on some fighters but is disasterious with others.
Either way Pryor beats Lexie everytime, he just had his number! Ray.
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