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Old 01-07-2013, 01:38 PM
boliodogs
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As a rule a boxer is at his best between from age 24 to 29.That is when they are the strongest and fastest and have had some experience as a fighter. Smaller fighters like Pacquiao seem to go past prime sooner than larger fighters. Also a fighter that goes to war most fights does not usually have as long a prime as a defensive boxer. I think Pacquiao started to pass his prime about the time he turned thirty years old. He is still a very good fighter but not as good as he used to be.
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