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Old 02-12-2013, 01:10 PM #6
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Originally Posted by TBear View Post
Do you think he wanted to go through that again? Even though he lost on cuts, he still suffered a beating. Had he beat Hamsho the next year we would have seen a rematch probably though.
Hagler was controlling the fight, but Minter had some moments as well. That fight very well could have been a 15 round battle with a close decision.

The Hamsho loss certainly did him in for good, though.

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Originally Posted by Barnburner View Post
I doubt Hagler would have given Minter a rematch after the post fight ruckus.

He was a stubborn guy, and held that against Minter for years.
That wasn't Minter's fault! The Pacers still play the Pistons in Detroit every year.
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