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Old 01-29-2013, 10:26 PM #12
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No matter how much red k Barnburner gives me, Ray Robinson would beat him worse than Leonard did. Maybe stop him.

As for heavyweights. Holyfield would hit too hard for him. Weight classes exist for a reason.


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Originally Posted by likeamulekick View Post
also does weight gain have a massive impact on being able to take a punch? You gain a bigger neck and traps that act as shock absorbers which help but the head pretty much stays the same
More weight = more mass for the force to dissipate over.

Yes, weight plays a fairly major role at the professional level.

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