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Old 06-09-2016, 12:31 PM
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Default Lennox Lewis vs. Michael Moorer in 1994.

Who would have won if Lewis fought for the lineal title? This is before Lewis was trained by Steward.
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Old 06-09-2016, 05:53 PM
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Who would have won if Lewis fought for the lineal title? This is before Lewis was trained by Steward.
Of these two fragile babes, Lewis may have the slightly stronger chin. This is a who-lands-good-first scenario. Hard to say who would land good first pre-Steward. Afterwards is no problem.
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Old 06-09-2016, 06:44 PM
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Lewis had reach and speed ,he would be no Foreman ,and be used as a heavy bag . One over hand right hand and Moorer would fold ,he would be far to stationary for Lewis . Lewis would not have under estimated a south paw and he would have done his home work.

Lewis fragile ?How many clear shots did Tyson land on him? Did you see that giant left hook Holyfield landed on him? How about that bomb Vitali hit him with?

Has he ever been dropped by a 190/195 pounder with a 25 %k.o record ? What about completely knocked out by a faded 197 pounder ?Maybe you have the wrong Lewis ?

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Old 06-09-2016, 08:36 PM
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No sure bets in boxing especially with a heavyweight who has been KO'd by journeymen fighters. seems he under estimated them........ However I don't hold Moorer in very high esteem either.
He had "old" George beat if he remained mobile but he had to step in front and get knocked out!
Lennox had more boxing skills than Moorer and was a stronger character too!
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Lewis DID fight for and win the lineal heavyweight title, when he beat Briggs. If he got to fight Moorer, he would've also won. He'd use his reach and those right hands and uppercuts to hurt Moorer and win a decision.
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Who would have won if Lewis fought for the lineal title? This is before Lewis was trained by Steward.
Lewis, decision or late stoppage.

He may have had a iffy chin but he was always mentally ready. Moorer had huge psychological issues.
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