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Is it fair to say that Floyd never defeated fighters as great as Crawford, Stevenson, Davis, Ennis, and Spence?

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  • Is it fair to say that Floyd never defeated fighters as great as Crawford, Stevenson, Davis, Ennis, and Spence?

    Prime for prime would you say the fighters listed above are better than the version of fighters Floyd fought: Manny, Judah, Madianna, Cotto, Oscar, Mosley, Castillo, Canelo, and Corrales. A friend made this claim so I wanted to get your guys's perspective.

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    What the hell kind of crack are you smoking where you have Tank Davis and Boots Ennis above the likes of Pacquiao, De La Hoya, Judah, Mosley, Cotto, Gatti, Hernandez, Corrales, Castillo, Marquez, etc?

    Floyd: 24-0-0-0 vs world titlists
    Crawford, Spence, Davis, Ennis, and Stevenson combined: 24-0-0-0 vs world titlists
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    • #3
      Originally posted by famicommander View Post
      What the hell kind of crack are you smoking where you have Tank Davis and Boots Ennis above the likes of Pacquiao, De La Hoya, Judah, Mosley, Cotto, Gatti, Hernandez, Corrales, Castillo, Marquez, etc?

      Floyd: 24-0-0-0 vs world titlists
      Crawford, Spence, Davis, Ennis, and Stevenson combined: 24-0-0-0 vs world titlists
      from a skill point of view, not accomplishments.

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      • #4
        We could have seen Floyd v bud and spence. But he was engaged fighting berto and maidana and and tenshin.
        They'd be toughest challenges and fights for Floyd if he'd have them, that's why to people who were desperate for floyd to lose it was like a dagger in the heart every time Floyd chose to fight berto, maidana and guerrero, instead of thurman, spence, brook, bradley
        Last edited by hugh grant; 05-27-2022, 02:47 AM.
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        • #5
          100%

          Every fighter Floyd ever fought he waited until the were past prime.

          Even the likes of a 37 year old mosley Floyd didn't want none after the marg fight, he had to wait till mosley was 40.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
            100%

            Every fighter Floyd ever fought he waited until the were past prime.

            Even the likes of a 37 year old mosley Floyd didn't want none after the marg fight, he had to wait till mosley was 40.
            When was Floyds prime and at what weight ?

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            • #7
              2013 Canelo solos the quintet.

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              • #8
                Oscar De La Hoya, Cotto would be tough fights for Crawford and Spence Junior.

                I would give De La Hoya a serious chance of beating them both.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
                  100%

                  Every fighter Floyd ever fought he waited until the were past prime.

                  Even the likes of a 37 year old mosley Floyd didn't want none after the marg fight, he had to wait till mosley was 40.
                  Absolutely

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Sheldon312 View Post
                    Prime for prime would you say the fighters listed above are better than the version of fighters Floyd fought: Manny, Judah, Madianna, Cotto, Oscar, Mosley, Castillo, Canelo, and Corrales. A friend made this claim so I wanted to get your guys's perspective.
                    Its a legit claim Floyd thought nobody would get hip to his cherrypicking strategies. Its some good fighters on there but the better guys Floyd avoided until they were slower versions of themselves.

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