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Old 05-14-2011, 10:11 PM #18
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I would go with Chris Byrd. He was very fast and very skilled, I really enjoyed watching his fights with Tua, Holyfield, Golota, McCline etc. The guy was so fluid in the ring and is very underrated by boxing fans considering what he did in the Heavyweight division for a guy who was always much smaller than his opponents. Wlad being so much bigger and very cautious was a stylistic nightmare for him because Byrd liked to counterpunch, Wlad didn't let him, he made him take the lead and that's where the size difference came into play.
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