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Old 02-08-2013, 12:34 PM #1
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Default When is it OK to duck a fighter?

I know most will say never and rightfully so but at a certain point in a fighters career there are opponents out there that are to high risk, very low reward. Take for instance Miguel Vasquez and Carlos Molina, if a fighter beats one of these guys chances are they looked bad doing so and will be questioned in their victory, if they lose, theyd never live down losing to a feather fisted boxer. So is it OK to duck or avoid fighters like this?
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