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Old 12-09-2010, 12:50 AM
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Originally Posted by JAB5239 View Post

I agree. But fighting from 106 to 150 successfully is still very impressive. There just are many fighters in history who have started that low and were successful even 20lbs north of there. The top 10 and GOAT talk is crazy, but I think a strong case can be made for top 25 to 40 range. It'll be easier to gauge once his career is over.
It would be impressive... If he didn't start his career at 15 years old when he was only 4'11. He was an adolescent and once he matured into in adult, I think it's safe to say he was a comfortable featherweight. I don't think many people take that into account.

I just have not been very impressed with Manny Pacquiao the last couple years, and every time his next fight is announced, I just get angry. Then he demolishes a guy inside of a couple rounds, or wins 12 rounds to 0, and everybody throws a parade. To have a decent debate in NSB is impossible, that's why I am wondering what the level headed fellows in the boxing history have to say about this case.
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