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Old 01-12-2013, 01:16 PM
crold1
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I totally agree with your p4p rankings, Pac is definitely above Floyd. - Neutral 
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Originally Posted by CLubberLang View Post
I feel what your saying. I guess I am just finding it hard to figure out whether the list is a "best of the belt holders" list or a list of "the best belt holders with one defense or more". If the later is the case I would definitely have Donaire and Ward above Huck. As far as John goes, he did beat JMM, whether fair or not. He got the W like Bradley and if nothing else he was respectable in that fight. Plus something has to be said for longevity as well.
He beat Marquez like six or seven years ago. I'm trying to balance it out; who are the best divisional champions; who are the guys who best represent what a champ should be in the various divisions...that sort of thing.

John was on the 2009 and 10 lists: http://www.boxingscene.com/not-pound...mp-2011--44058

Dropped last year when Gamboa won a unification match first: http://www.boxingscene.com/not-pound...mp-2011--44058

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