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Old 05-24-2019, 11:35 AM #14
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Originally Posted by WhatDisButtonDo View Post
Floyd, pretty easily.

He's faster, has a higher ring iq, hits harder at that 130-135 weight class. Also he has a much longer reach.
Plus, I can see Floyd hurting Loma but not vice versa.
This is pretty accurate to be honest. It's not an insult to Loma, but the length and size difference are a major factor.

Loma was special and peaked at featherweight, a weight Floyd was always too big for even as a young pro, in fact even though Floyd won his first belt at 130 (sf), that weight was not sustainable for him he was killing himself. The only reason Loma actually moved up from 130 is to seek out challenges, his career is in fast forward because of when he's gone pro. As a lightweight he looks very beatable and small, his body hasnt naturally evolved into that higher weight, it's because of his immense talent that he's still a force.

I think Floyd would nullify Loma, similarly to how Loma himself did to Rigo.
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