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Old 10-23-2017, 07:14 AM #7
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Originally Posted by OctoberRed View Post
I won't count the McGregor fight for obvious reasons.

There is some debate over which fighter had the better overall resume.
LOL at people still salty over that MayMac fight. Don't really see the big deal in counting that fight as a fight. And if we are not counting sh^t how you are not counting the fact that Rocky turned back to amateur after his first pro W & took an amateur L before turning back pro again. Maybe Rocky should really be 48-0 since he quit pro boxing to go back to amateur boxing took an L & then turned back pro. If Floyd's situation is sketchy with fighting a guy with a 0-0 record shouldn't Rocky's situation be looked deeper at what should or shouldn't count?

Also its worth noting that because NY had a bs rule a fight Rocky had that woulda been a draw in every other state, got made a W for Rocky due to a tiebreaker rule.

As to the debate idk that many people who know boxing are disputing "the better overall resume". Floyd's resume has numerous quality guys on it & a few HOFers & a couple legends or near legends. Rocky beat some quality names, but almost all of them were in their elderly boxing years & he gots a few quality guys beyond that.

Also to go stat-ish Rocky fought 12 (just under 25% of his resume) guys with a non-winning record. Floyd fought 7 (14% of his resume) guys with a non-winning record. That says right there that Rocky's resume is more manufactured than Floyd's.
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