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Old 12-07-2008, 11:44 AM
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Default Does Pacs win mean Mayweather has to beat Calzaghe to get back the no1 P4P spot?

With only one fight at lightweight, Pac really moved up 3 weight divisions to face De La Hoya, with De La Hoya moving down 1 himself.

If Mayweather unretires, to gain back the P4P spot he undoubtedly would crave, would he need to complete a similar feat to Pac, and defeat a much heavier guy like Calzaghe?

If Mayweather moved up 3 weight divisions, and Calzaghe moved down 1, it could be contested at supermiddle.

Now I am not being silly, this fight would never happen, but would a similar feat have to be completed for Mayweather to regain his P4P no1 spot?
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