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Old 08-12-2011, 01:15 PM #11
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Originally Posted by Clegg View Post
I would guess that he was better than Mickey Rourke.

No one should make a comeback in their 50s. Despite what Foreman and Hopkins have done, very very few should be fighting in their 40s.
Danza was a boxer who was discovered, and became an actor. I believe it was the othe way around for Rourke.

Danza was a real fighter, Rourke was a novelty.
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