Thread: Tarver's legacy
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Old 09-17-2009, 06:33 PM #6
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Originally Posted by Spray_resistant View Post
Almost no one knows who Harding is and Johnson is unfamiliar to casual fans....his connection to RJJ is the bases of his legacy and fortunately for him though he came out on top. That is actually why he is so unpopular because he ko'd mr. un-ko-able. Had he started earlier we could have seen plenty of great fights, I wonder how he would have done against Toney, or Daruisz Michalwhatever.
Yeah, Toney vs Tarver would be a fun fight. But unfortunately Toney was crap at 175 and lost all his major matches there. Mostly because he didn't train sufficiently. I don't think its fair to say Tarver will be remembered ONLY for that knockout over Roy Jones. He will be also remembered as an exciting fighter, at least from '97 to 2005, and a COLORFUL guy.
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