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Old 02-21-2013, 12:13 AM #9
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Originally Posted by Mr. Fantastic View Post
If he can make the weight, I have no problem if he fights at 135. Seems like the more names/challenges are at 140 though.
The problem is he's obviously much more talented then the weak comp at 135 so why stick around in a weak division when he can make much more money fighting higher profile fights against better comp @ 140. As a fan why would you want to see a fighter fight tomato cans?
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