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Old 02-13-2013, 12:33 AM #8
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Williams sloppiness would worry me going into this fight. He has the tools and the style to give anybody problems of course. But he makes a lot of mistakes too. Yeah Williams had a reach advantage but he didn't fight tall. He threw punches in bunches but how much would he be able to land against the sharpest defensive fighter in the game?

I think Floyd is too skilled to lose to a guy like that. He will be in and out of range, counter him and eat him up on the inside.

Williams gives him problems but would lose on the cards.
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