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Old 01-07-2019, 04:14 PM #21
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--- Rocky was the regular WBA champ with Callum Smith winning the WBSS tourney and all the super belts.
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Thomas Hearns. No doubt about it.
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Hard for me to see Mayweather beating Tommy Hearns, it is a bad styles match up for him. I don't think he is going to go all out in pursuit like leonard did, and he wouldn't have those extra rounds being a 12 round fight
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Default Davey Day is your man to beat Mayweather and Duran

Day sent Armstrong to the Hospital, pummeled Lou Amber's, KO Pedro Montanez. Beat Angott. N.B.A. stripped Amber's of his title for not fighting Day. Canzoneri, Jenkins and Zivic avoided Day. Sugar Ray Robinson 19 yrs old was coming up and beating all the Lightweights, he was scheduled to fight Davey Day in November 1941 and backed out. Bob Montgomery was substituted, and winning by a KO in 1st rd. Day starting fighting in 1931. Had over 300 fights amateur / pro and never suffered a cut eye. What Champions could say the same. There are several vintage pic and exhibit card on Ebay with 3 days left for auction. Seller is GOLDSTARSTAMPS search of
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Broner at 135
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Don't understand how anybody can believe any pre-70s fighter could beat Mayweather. Only fighter in my opinion who'd have a genuine chance is a prime Duran.
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Hearns would give Mayweather fits with those long arms. Leonard was slick enough to do it. A in-his-prime Paq is fast enough to do it. A prime Oscar does it. Heck, Pernell Whitaker does it.

But my one pick? Roberto Duran does it at 135 and 147.
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Old 01-12-2019, 10:52 PM #30
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Hearns would give Mayweather fits with those long arms. Leonard was slick enough to do it. A in-his-prime Paq is fast enough to do it. A prime Oscar does it. Heck, Pernell Whitaker does it.

But my one pick? Roberto Duran does it at 135 and 147.
Hell, no 5'10 purebread Benitez couldn't, natural FW pac, Lw floyd or Whitaker aren't going to. Hearns was a monster at 147 - Floyd pr Pacquiao wouldn't be able to hurt him or even land all that much, those guys would have stayed in the lower weights. Hearns is getting massively underrated here lol - they would be running all night in survival mode.

Leonard was bigger, lengthier and had a hell of a punch at 147 - i would say he was even faster then all those guys as well. And even still, Leonard was losing most of that 15 round fight, and he finally got him, also Hearns didn't really go down they stopped the fight. In his prime Hearns was tough.
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