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Old 10-08-2009, 01:58 PM #1
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Default If Toney fought Hearns at 160/168?

Altho Hearns was at his best at 154, he still was a dangerous contender at both 160 and 168. And Toney we don't have to talk about. Who'd win?
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Altho Hearns was at his best at 154, he still was a dangerous contender at both 160 and 168. And Toney we don't have to talk about. Who'd win?
Toney struggled against taller fighters. Hearns being 6'2 with amazing reach would give him trouble with that jab from the outside. Toney has his moments but Hearns UD.
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Altho Hearns was at his best at 154, he still was a dangerous contender at both 160 and 168. And Toney we don't have to talk about. Who'd win?
When you look at Toney there is too many IF's. He was so inconsistent at times with his training. But I think with a fight vs Hearns he would have to be at his best to beat him and he would know that. Hearns would probably take the early rounds but I see Toney winning late in the fight with a stoppage. Catching Hearns with a counter right.
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