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Old 12-06-2004, 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Yogi
How about the greatest bantamweight of all-time, Eder Jofre, at the age of 37 (which is ancient for a fighter of that size), coming back after a three year layoff and winning the featherweight championship from Jose Legra...and then going undefeated for the rest of his boxing career?

There's others, but that's the first one that came to mind besides the ones you've mentioned.

P.S. Good post, Johnny!


thanks, you are right that is amazing that a 37 year old bantamweight can do that. considering that boxing is a young mans sport the lighter in weight you go.
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