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Old 01-16-2013, 07:04 AM
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Originally Posted by P4P_No1 View Post
I'm not twisting your argument mate.

You said you believe because of how Vitali "dominated" his opponents (like Sanders, Williams, Arreloa, etc) and because of how he performed against a faded, unfit and unfocussed Lewis; he would have been competitive against a prime Lewis.

The level of Lewis opponents compared to Vitali's was much higher too. Beating people like McCall, Rahman, Golota, Tyson, Bruno & Holyfield ****s on anything that Vitali has done.

That just doesn't make sense.
Lewis has the better wins, I wasn't arguing against that. Ok so what do you think would have happened if they fought in their primes?
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