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Old 12-04-2010, 10:21 PM
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Old 12-06-2010, 12:05 AM
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De La Hoya leant foward a lot against smaller fighters, but he could compensate most of the time by being so quick. Also, whether this was a ploy or not remains to be seen.


uhh george foreman used to get a hard on watching oscar use his height and size and jab to stay tall and big and at a distance where he could be powerful


riddick bowe (mentioned earlier) had a tremendous jab

if he was fighting short it was because he wasnt in tip top shape



Jermain taylor was a big middleweight with a hard jab and right hand but he never fought tall


paul williams is perhaps the best recent example

he's an absolute monster and he's always rumblin like a barncat
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