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Old 01-15-2013, 01:43 AM #6
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I wouldn't call Pavlik a "star" but he was a big name and dropped off pretty fast. A lot of pre-PPV guys can go away pretty quick after a loss (Lacy, Lopez, Jones, etc). To be a star though, you've already been winning for a while and people will still hang around for a few losses, expecting the old form to come back.
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