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Old 09-25-2012, 01:12 PM #29
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I agree that Bowe's victories over Holyfield trump anything that Vitali's done. I just wish Bowe would've fought Tyson and Lewis. The dichotomy of Bowe's career was something else. He looked good against a great champ like Evander but struggled against Golota. As Eddie Futch said, Bowe lacked focus and he was lazy that's why he would come into fights out of shape. He could have been so much more if he had discipline.
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