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Old 11-05-2006, 06:33 PM
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Originally Posted by LoftyDog View Post
Just like Baldi had...how did that work out for him again?
Baldi had 13 knockouts in sixty something fights, you call that power? no, he truly has no power and that was just people trying to hype up baldomir. Also he didn't have the necessary size advantage because he has a shorter reach than mayweather so his only chance would be to get inside and that is simply impossible because he can never catch him.

Margarito, on the otherhand, has been knocking out all his opponents many in the first round and increasing his knockout percentage against full size welterweights. also he does have a longer reach which means mayweather couldn't just try to pitter patter at a distance because to do so he would have to be in margarito's range.

what this means is that mayweather would be in a MUCH MUCH greater danger of being hit by a punch that stuns or knocks him out.

Baldomir was never all he was made out to be, low win percentage, low ko percentage, low workrate, not much stamina, all things leading to him not having a chance.
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