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Whos career was better Amir Kahn or Danny Garica ?

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  • #11
    The original question being who's career was better I'm gonna go with Khan. He made more money and that's what a career is about.

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    • #12
      Amir Khan had the better career

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      • #13
        Danny had the better resume but Khan had the better career. Khan's opponents were all primed while Garcia's opponents were all cherry picked. Amir Khan took on more risky opponents than Danny Garcia.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by MikeyMike100 View Post
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          What do you mean by this?
          It is not a good post.

          What matters is when fighters fight.

          Overall Amir Khan world wide has been one of the premier fighters in boxing. He has overachieved, and had a great career. He has better wins than Danny Garcia, but worst loses.

          I would say they are level, only because of Amir Khan's Olympic Silver Medal 'There would be no issue if people rated Garcia's overall career better'.




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          • #15
            Dsg !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...................... ..
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            Last edited by Brother Mouzone; 07-30-2021, 07:52 AM.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
              Danny had the better resume but Khan had the better career. Khan's opponents were all primed while Garcia's opponents were all cherry picked. Amir Khan took on more risky opponents than Danny Garcia.
              Yeah, Thurman, Porter, Spence are all high cherry picks.

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              • #17
                Garcia better wins

                and didn’t lose as bad either

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by JakeTheBoxer View Post

                  Yeah, Thurman, Porter, Spence are all high cherry picks.
                  This only signifies that he was a protected fighter. His only three losses came to good fighters in their primes. He only has two wins against good opponents in their primes on his resume and they are Amir Khan and Lucas Matthysse

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by JakeTheBoxer View Post

                    Yeah, Thurman, Porter, Spence are all high cherry picks.
                    Mattyhsse, Peterson and Khan can he added to the list…. In fact, Khan was the big favorite in that fight.

                    The fact Danny KO'd Khan counts a lot here when neither were great fighters. Khan has some good wins but so does Danny and Danny has the tiebreaker in actually beating Khan in brutal fashion.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

                      This only signifies that he was a protected fighter. His only three losses came to good fighters in their primes. He only has two wins against good opponents in their primes on his resume and they are Amir Khan and Lucas Matthysse
                      You really didn't follow Danny's career until he fought Khan huh? He was put in tough fights coming up that he could have easily lost. Danny fought top competition at 140 and 147. Even destroyed guys like Granados who at that point never were beaten down. You are letting fights vs the likes of Salka cloud your memory regarding Danny's career. He lost vs Porter and Thurman, but those were competitive fights. His only clear loss was to Spence, who is a P4P fighter. Khan was getting KTFO and dropped in fights he was big favorites in.
                      mxtali likes this.

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