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Old 02-21-2013, 10:58 AM
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Originally Posted by ShoulderRoll View Post
Bowe's win over Holyfield in the first fight will go down as more impressive than any win on Wlad's resume.

As a fighter Riddick also had the more complete skill set. He could box from the outside but he could also infight tremendously well too. Which was amazing for such a big man.
Agreed.

bowe's wins over pinklon thomas, tubbs and seldon are equivalent to wlad's best win. Bowe was a champion when the division was significantly better.

Wlad has defended the title longer. but bowe beat a great chanpion to win the belt.
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