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What is the minimum height needed to be a legitimate threat in todays heavyweight division era?

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  • #11
    If you've got the skills, and put in the work, I'd say about 5'5"...

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    • #12
      Originally posted by HitmanTommy View Post
      I figured out the minimum height for all the other divisions, but I'm having trouble with this one.
      Still like 5”10, imagine what a prime Tyson would do to AJ for example.

      There just aren’t many talented smaller guys in this era.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by W1LL View Post
        If you've got the skills, and put in the work, I'd say about 5'5"...
        Tommy just wants to know if he has a shot as a 5'5 232 pound man himself

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        • #14
          Originally posted by YoungManRumble View Post

          Tommy just wants to know if he has a shot as a 5'5 232 pound man himself
          They used to call him "Lights Out" on the school bus. I'd say he has a shot.

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          • #15

            This implies we've seen a smaller HW who were very good lose to a size disadvantage. Who you gonna claim? Haye? Pov? Sultan? These guys would have been champions in an era before the WBO exists? Prime Holmes vs Prime Pov isn't just as lopsided for Holmes as it was Wlad? Sultan could have done 12 with prime Bowe?

            HW's are ****ty enough ro believe the biggest ought to win, I'll give you that. There's not really a HW alive who knows how to give up significant reach and still win. Because they're **** boxers.

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