|10-22-2011, 02:53 PM||#151|
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|10-22-2011, 08:05 PM||#152|
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I'm not saying Roy would win, at all. But even not going twelve rounds I think he would do much the same thing Haye did and make Wlad look very average for as long as it lasted.
Roy may have picked Ruiz to beat because that was the guy he could beat, but Ruiz ended up being one of the more consistent heavyweights of the 2000s. Roy beat him more convincingly than many others did.
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Jones would not be competative with Wlad. Seriously, get that idea out of your head now.
|10-22-2011, 08:48 PM||#154|
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Roy is way over hyped because of his Highlight reel (much of which were against stiffs) and he would be limited by size against the klits.
Roy was 5'11 and I believe about 198lbs when he fought ruiz? Just too short and too physically small.
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