|04-03-2010, 03:04 PM||#4|
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Archie Moore vs Yvon Durelle and Gatti - Ward 1
Unbelievable amount of heart and determination shown in both fights.
|04-03-2010, 03:08 PM||#5|
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Gatti-Ward I, obviously. That fight was like Creed-Balboa without screenwriters. Cotto-Margarito was very inspirational at the time before the questions came up about the cheating. Still a fantastic fight. Vasquez-R. Marquez III was inspirational, as was Pacquiao-JMM I. Both fighters in both fights showed tremendous heart and skill.
|04-03-2010, 07:43 PM||#6|
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Benn vs McClellan
Eubank vs Watson 2
Two (sadly tragic) come from behind wins, that just left viewers open mouthed.
I'll second Moore vs Durelle too.....
|04-03-2010, 08:11 PM||#7|
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Vinny Pazienza coming back after breaking his neck to beat Luis Santana was very inspirational.
|04-03-2010, 11:47 PM||#8|
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He's not one of my favorites by a long shot but it was hard not to get excited when Bernard Hopkins schooled Pavlik and Tarvar in fights where he was an underdog.
I always get real pumped up when I watch Joe Calzaghe go to work on Jeff Lacy, I really did like watching that guy fight.
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