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Old 02-09-2013, 10:47 PM
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Originally Posted by hayZ View Post
Best: 147. Pac/May/Marquez/Ortiz/Bradley/Berto/Guerrero/Alexander. It was 140lb until some of them moved to 147lbs. SMW was also good but most of them actually ageing now and Ward has beaten all of them pretty much.

Worst: 160 probably.

What you guys think?
I actually think 147 is one of the most unstable divisions in boxing. Pac/Mayweather/Marquez are going to retire soon, and when you take them out of WW picture, it looks pretty lackluster. Ortiz is inconsistent, Berto is nothing special, Bradley/Alexander/Guerrero are not that entertaining (Devon is the worse), and Brook still has yet to have a signature opponent. Brook seems to have the most star potential out of the current crop of young WW's.

I think 122lb is pretty good because there's a combination of young guns on the rise and already-established talent: Donaire/Rigo/Terrazas/Santa Cruz/Quigg/Frampton/Bakhtin/Vasquez/Romero/Mijares/Darchinyan.

154 is good because almost everyone at that weight is in their prime. 154: Canelo, Trout, Lara, Vanes, Kirkland, Molina, Andrade, Rosado, Baysangurov, Rabchenko, Thurman.

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