|05-06-2011, 01:23 PM||#1|
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What does a Pacman victory do for Mosley's legacy?
Many say his legacy was somewhat stagnant after back to back losses to Forrest, then to Wright in his and their primes. It took a major Hopkins'esque revival with Collazo, Vargas and ultimately the "invincible" at the time Margarito.
Loss to Floyd and lackluster draw with Mora have put him in more of the stagnant realm even though he's already been a first ballot HOFer and known as a great fighter.
Would a victory here make him an even greater fighter? Or will it be tainted with claims of Pacman getting "older", "slowing down", distracted, Pacman being smaller (because you know Roach will come out and say Pacman is REALLY a lighterweight/jr welterweight), not having fought many fast fighters etc.
I personally believe Mosley would get all the credit.
|05-06-2011, 01:24 PM||#2|
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if mosley beats manny the (8 division champ,fighter of the decade)at 40 years old..it would make him p4p again and greatly increase his legacy
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