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View Poll Results: The Klitschkos vs Holyfield end of 2011?
Klitschkos 1 33.33%
Holyfield 2 66.67%
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Old 06-12-2011, 05:20 AM #1
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Default Klitschkos v Holyfield End of 2011??

The Klitschkos are the most dominate force in the heavyweight division in years. Since Lennox Lewis who would hold the title for afew years then lose to McCall and Rahman then regain there hasnt bn a dominate champion but now klitschkos. Holyfield for me is the fighter of the 90's in the heavyweight division he was the best cruiserweight champion of all time in my eyes, he went on to beat douglas for the title then fight everyone, Bowe, Foreman, moorer, holmes, Tyson, Lewis. He was beaten but won fights when he was the underdog. Foreman was a huge underdog in his late 40's when he fought moorer and came out with a KO. The Klitschkos are the best but could holyfield do a Foreman and shock the world? Every great fighter has one fight left in them?
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Old 06-12-2011, 06:49 AM #2
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No, at this point both Klitchko's easily outpoint him or stop him depending on the ref's temprement.

Foreman's come back was possible because, he maintained crushing KO power and very hard wearing down shots. The only reason he one against Moorer, had he had none of these Moorer would have outpointed him.
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