|08-16-2011, 05:18 PM||#31|
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It will be difficult with the competition he faces. Staying undefeated against so called cherry picked opponents like DLH, Hatton, Marquez, Mosley, and possibly Ortiz, is actually tough as nails, but internet experts think it's easy or just hold Floyd to really high standards. Add in all the other tough guys Floyd fought, if Floyd sucked he could have easily had 2-3 losses by now with the competition he faced. It's gonna be tough to stay undefeated against a line up of Ortiz, Pacquiao, and Khan, all 3 would easily be favored against anybody they fight from 140-147, except Floyd. That would move Floyd to 45-0 if he beats them all, and that resume would be one of, if not the best active resume in boxing, overall.
|08-16-2011, 05:34 PM||#33|
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In Marciano's first fight with Roland La Starza, a 22 year old kid, the result was a split draw. But there seemed to have been some kind of "supplemental" points which the ref (5-5) could award at his option, and he awarded one to Marciano.....so Marciano was officially credited with a split W.
Stinks od "connections" to me......
So...along with all the other more than dubious evidence against a
"perfect 49-0", we have a likely obvious "fix".
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