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Old 01-16-2013, 11:20 PM #22
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Originally Posted by Aztec Wanker View Post
Imagine how great his resume could've been if hadn't retired in '08.
Well depends on what he would have done with it. But wins over Cotto and Margarito would've certainly helped. But almost every great fighter misses a few en route to creating their legacy and that is why they are ultimately rated by their resume--who they fought and how they performed.
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