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Old 01-16-2013, 06:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Someone88 View Post
Include Sanders as well. But none of Vitali's opponents are at the level of Lewis, I'm not saying that but it's how he beat them. I ask you the same thing, who has Lewis beat other than Holyfield that is at Vitali's level? We're excluding Vitali because you're talking about a prime Lewis.
How he beat them?

Golota, Grant, Rahman, McCall, Holyfield.

Christ even Bruno and a faded ass Tyson is better than anything on Vitali's win list lol and probably would have caused him trouble.

There's no win or opponent on Vitali's resume in my honest opinion that makes me (or the majority of the sensible boxing world) think that he's on Lewis' level.

I'm struggling to understand what makes you think that Vitali in his prime and Lewis in his prime were on similar levels? Could you explain that? What performances makes you think that? What win makes you think that?

At least answer that.

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