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Old 09-19-2018, 08:42 PM #74
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Originally Posted by Sid-Knee View Post
Ali had one of the worst defences in Heavyweight history. When you get hit a lot and lose to limited fighters such as Norton, Shavers ( Ali lost that one) and Frazier and the like, then there is no way he's coming out of the Lewis fight without a bad beating and a lopsided loss.

I think Calzaghe pushes Jones to the ropes and tees off all night. Calzaghe would take it on the inside where Jones couldn't fight and take a decision. I know a lot wouldn't agree with that, and I understand Jones would be the favourite, but I think Joe is all wrong for him. The southpaw Jab would also be a massive problem for him as well.
I was joking about these fights since Mexican Clown acts like every American fighter also represents Mexico and refuses to seperate them because he knows Mexico is embarrassingly behind Mexico in Boxing.

But I'll delve into those MM's. Ali wasn't at his peak for those bouts. Norton just had a style that was just a tough nut for him to crack. His mettle and greatness was really proven by the Foreman and Liston wins. His speed would have been really difficult not to mention his mentality in achieving big moments. Lewis' Achilles heel was that he could get complacent and his chin could fail when it did but he obviously wouldn't get complacent with Ali and Ali's punch wouldn't be too big a deal for him. It's a hard match for Ali given Lewis' schooling and technique but I think the best of Ali is a little quick for every heavyweight.

Calzaghe I am firm would beat a younger Hopkins and my guy James Toney due to his energy, underrated intelligence where he could at least compete with theirs and his determination but I think Jones had that perfect blend of speed and power that would make Joe think a little more and slow him down. Jones was something special in his prime. I'd have to go with the Mexican here in a good fight.
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