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Old 01-30-2013, 02:59 PM
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Originally Posted by yoz View Post
Or should he fight one of the HW contenders (e.g. Pulev, Fury, Price, Helenius, Povetkin, Haye)?

He's aged and is clearly post-prime; but he's still WBC champion. So, does he 'deserve' an 'easy' farewell fight?

Your thoughts, please.



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If he's satisfied with his middling, mediocre resume than sure.
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