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Old 01-06-2013, 01:34 PM
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Default How would Tommy Hearns have fared against the following fighters?

vs Sugar Ray Robinson at 147
vs Kid Gavilan at 147
vs Aaron Pryor at 147
vs Duran at 147
vs Tito Trinidad at 147
vs Ike Quartay at 147
vs Marlon Sterling at 147
vs Mike McCallum at 154
vs Terry Norris at 154
vs Julian Jackson at 154
vs Herol Graham at 154 or 160
vs Sumbu Kalambay at 160
vs Michael Nunn at 160
vs James Toney at 160
vs Sergio Martinez at 160
vs Bernard Hopkins at 160
vs Marvin Hagler in a 1986 rematch

Watching Hearns when he would box and move was like poetry in motion, Tommy often took risks he didn't have to, and I could see him running into trouble against guys like Norris, Quartay and Trinidad if he becomes reckless. I honestly think Tommy on his best night is capable of beating all the aforementioned fighters as one offs.

What do you guys think?
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Old 01-06-2013, 02:05 PM
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vs Sugar Ray Robinson at 147
vs Kid Gavilan at 147
vs Aaron Pryor at 147
vs Duran at 147
vs Tito Trinidad at 147
vs Ike Quartay at 147
vs Marlon Sterling at 147
vs Mike McCallum at 154
vs Terry Norris at 154
vs Julian Jackson at 154
vs Herol Graham at 154 or 160
vs Sumbu Kalambay at 160
vs Michael Nunn at 160
vs James Toney at 160
vs Sergio Martinez at 160
vs Bernard Hopkins at 160
vs Marvin Hagler in a 1986 rematch

Watching Hearns when he would box and move was like poetry in motion, Tommy often took risks he didn't have to, and I could see him running into trouble against guys like Norris, Quartay and Trinidad if he becomes reckless. I honestly think Tommy on his best night is capable of beating all the aforementioned fighters as one offs.

What do you guys think?
Robinson and Toney get him IMO. No way Tommy sees the bell in those two.

Gavilan, Hopkins, Nunn and Hagler 1986 are tough calls.

The rest he can beat. I would love to see the Nunn and Gavilan fight.
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