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|View Poll Results: Whose the best light welterweight of all-time?|
|Julio Cesar Chavez||27||45.00%|
|Jack (Kid) Berg||0||0%|
|Voters: 60. You may not vote on this poll|
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No contest. The Hawk
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I say Chavez just based on who he fought. I do agree that Pryor would probably beat Chavez if they ever fought
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Chavez might lose some early rounds, but Pryor's defense against a sharpshooter like Chavez would kill him. He would be a broken man by the late rounds.
its unfortuante that Cervantes doesnt get more recongnition in polls like these. He was a damn good fighter, and only got around to fighting Pryor when he was past prime.
Last edited by Steak; 07-03-2011 at 04:47 PM.
Days Of Glory
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Pryor for me, dude was a Hurricane and i feel like lately he aint been getting his due respect
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Gotta go with Pryor.
Prime for Prime I think he beats evryone on that list.
Arguello was clearly on the slide when they fought. But I honestly believe if Arguello had a lesser fighter in front of him he would have become a four weight world champion.
Because of styles I think the Arguello of the first fight would stop Tzsyu or Hatton and I think he would pose problems for 140 Chavez.
My number 2 on that list is Antonio Cervantes I seem to be one of the few people that thinks he beat Benitez.
Also Cervantes title reign was very good.
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