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Old 05-10-2011, 03:23 PM #1
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Default What's the criteria for a great trainer???

With all the threads discrediting trainers it seems that consensus around here for a great trainer is

1. Had to have built fighters from scratch. Having blue chippers like olympic and former champs automatically disqualifies.

2. Must have trained more than 1 or 2 fighters into greatness.

According to nsb standards Nacho Beristain is the greatest trainer of all time building a whopping 17 world champs from scratch while noone else even comes close to qualifying as a great trainer.
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