|11-02-2011, 07:53 PM||#1|
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What fights did the following look the best in:
|11-02-2011, 11:29 PM||#2|
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Hard to say with Charles as his best performances likely weren't filmed. Likewise Tunney whose best performance was probably the final Greb bout.
I'd say Monzon's best was Valdez II. After getting dropped early on Monzon gets off the canvas to dominate his nearest challenger with a textbook display. Jabs, hooks, uppercuts, body punches, all in combination. The ideal fight to retire on.
Moore's best that I've seen was the Durelle rematch. After almost getting blasted out in that amazing first fight, Archie figured Durelle out the second time and hardly put a foot wrong. Awesome fighter.
|11-04-2011, 07:09 PM||#4|
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Lloyd Marshall II
Walcott I (only the last two rounds exist)
The way he puts away Bernie Reynolds was impressive too.
His first fight against Benvenuti is worth a watch too. He put away Tom Bogs with ease, paced himself very well against Bouttier the second time and punished Napoles in the last two rounds with devastating 1-2 combinations.
I thought he looked as if he was going through the motions against Dempsey in the rematch until getting dropped. After that, it was one of his best efforts as Tunney really opened up on Dempsey.
He was younger against Carpentier and brutally dispatched him in the late rounds, but not without having some difficulties early on.
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