|View Poll Results: Better resume? Froch the last 2 1/2 years or Calzaghe his entire 15 year career?|
|Carl Froch the last 2 1/2 years.||16||50.00%|
|Joe Calzaghe in his entire 15 year career.||10||31.25%|
|Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. P4P #1!||6||18.75%|
|Voters: 32. You may not vote on this poll|
|06-04-2011, 07:09 PM||#31|
It's not hard to find the boxing newbs (No_Ceiling + wazza)
|06-04-2011, 07:11 PM||#32|
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they were highly ranked and ranked for several years.
they're just not known names.
|06-04-2011, 07:17 PM||#34|
Lacy = Abraham
Really it's a whitewash and if you know anything about boxing you'd agree.
|06-04-2011, 07:28 PM||#35|
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- Eubank (past-prime)
- Robin Reid
- Richie Woodhall
- Byron Mitchell
- Jeff Lacy (prime, undefeated)
- Sakio Bika (prime)
- Manfredo Jr
- Mikkel Kessler (prime, undefeated)
- Bernard Hopkins (past-prime, but he's still schooling boxers today, so Calzaghe gets a lot of credit for this win)
- Roy Jones Jr (past-prime)
- Robin Reid (past-prime)
- Jean Pascal (prime, undefeated. went on to win lineal title at 175lbs)
- Jermaine Taylor
- Andre Dirrell (prime, undefeated)
- Arthur Abraham (prime?)
- Close decision loss to Kessler, arguably a draw.
Right now I'd say Calzaghe has a better resume, but after Froch beats Johnson AND Andre Ward, and gets a title win at 175lbs against a good opponent then I'd give it to Froch!
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