|06-16-2011, 05:56 PM||#11|
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|06-16-2011, 06:21 PM||#12|
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Spinks is a poor example for this especially considering he was past it.
ATG ?, Castillo ?.
|06-16-2011, 06:40 PM||#13|
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I think it's difficult to judge match ups saying 'what if so and so was this weight how would he fare against so and so'
Because were talking away a huge part of Tyson's game which is sheer strength and power.
There is no way of judging how he would fare against someone at 147 because we simply don't know how Mike would be at 147.
Mike Tyson was often against fighters who tried to outbox him. Albeit they weren't great fighters but they were solid fighters and he always destroyed them.
He was very good at cutting off the ring.
Mike's main issue was fighting people who weren't afraid of him and would hold there own against him. Mike had a real problem with this mentally.
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