|07-20-2011, 11:10 PM||#1|
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Gerald McClellan vs Evander Holyfield
at their best weights, what happens?
|07-20-2011, 11:26 PM||#2|
Gonna be more suspicious
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Holyfield stops McClellan in the first round. They were two divisions apart, so the whole concept of this matchup is ridiculous.
|07-21-2011, 01:45 AM||#3|
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McClellan I believe had the frame to fight at 190 pounds, but his size, strength and power advantages would have been nullified and his lack of defense and stamina would have been exposed by bigger men. The cruiserweight division of the 1990s was weak enough for McClellan to have potentially held a belt at that weight, provided that he put on weight correctly without taking too much away from his speed, but matching him against a man of Holyfield's calibre is simply put ridiculous. He would not have stood a chance.
|07-21-2011, 03:41 AM||#4|
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McCellan balloned up to close to cruiserweight by fight time for many of his fights but I agree he would not have stood a chance.
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