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Old 01-25-2013, 01:39 PM #90
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Originally Posted by Mneronava View Post
So it's a bit of an unfair question because there careers are very different. As champs I'd say manny fought more, so he took more risks. .
If Floyd fights Guerrero (who I'm not a fan of) or Canelo this year-I'd say he risked more.
Fighting Guerrero when you are so called the best fighter in the world isnt a risk its the norm and accepted part of boxing. Miguel could fight Guerro as could trout and they do, as they are pro boxers.

If Floyd fought Sergio at 160 you could argue that is a bigger risk than Pac has ever taken, but you still couldnt put a case for FLoyd taking MORE risks. Stepping into the ring regularly with the kind of tough opposition Pac has year in year out, is riskier than Floyds casual approach.
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