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Old 01-25-2013, 11:43 AM #1
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Default Barely Winning Means More Than Dominating

fighters get more credit in the long run for struggling and winning, because people will assume the level of the fighters they faced are high. People don't believe in super fighters. If you easily win then your level of competition is bad. Roy jones, Klitschos, young tyson and etc. Conclusion Fantasy fights are stupid. ****riders of oldschool fighters will never be convinced. ranking resume is foolish because without a seeing the fighter in the ring with that fighter or an opponent from hat fighter resume there is no way to get accurate calculations.
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