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Tyson Wins 6 28.57%
Ali Wins 15 71.43%
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Tyson vs Ali
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jaden101
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Yeah the heavyweight division is garbage. The better fighters are found at the lower divisions. To me the best one has got to be the junior lightweight division. You got Pacquiao, Barrera, Marquez, Morales, Soto, Guzman, and Valero. Now that's a lot of talent in one division.


yeah true...alot of talent around between light welterweight and light middleweight as well

De la Hoya
Hatton
Tszyu
Mayweather Jnr
Cotto
Spinks


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yeah true...alot of talent around between light welterweight and light middleweight as well

De la Hoya
Hatton
Tszyu
Mayweather Jnr
Cotto
Spinks


By the way, who are you goin for in the Mayweather vs Oscar fight?


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By the way, who are you goin for in the Mayweather vs Oscar fight?


given thier records i'd have to go with mayweather...De la Hoya was once great but he's been faultering these last couple of years...beat from hopkins...beat from mosely...twice if you go back to 2000....

recently De la hoya lost to baldomir...mayweather beat baldomir....

i think the 4 years age gap will tell...


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ya...but you all should look at the Jones Jr vs Ali Thread that i made!smile


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given thier records i'd have to go with mayweather...De la Hoya was once great but he's been faultering these last couple of years...beat from hopkins...beat from mosely...twice if you go back to 2000....

recently De la hoya lost to baldomir...mayweather beat baldomir....

i think the 4 years age gap will tell...


De la hoya never fought Baldomir, and while I lean towards the thought of Mayweather winning it'll be closer than what most people think. De la hoya has size and power, not to mention he's doing everything he can to train for this fight. De la hoya took in one of the best trainers today in Freddie Roach, and has Mosley as his sparring partner. If there's anyone who can mimic Mayweather's speed in the ring it's Mosley. What De la hoya has to do is cut the ring and constantly pressure Mayweather. If he does this throughout the fight, he might land a big punch or combination that will put Mayweather's chin to the test.


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De la hoya never fought Baldomir, and while I lean towards the thought of Mayweather winning it'll be closer than what most people think. De la hoya has size and power, not to mention he's doing everything he can to train for this fight. De la hoya took in one of the best trainers today in Freddie Roach, and has Mosley as his sparring partner. If there's anyone who can mimic Mayweather's speed in the ring it's Mosley. What De la hoya has to do is cut the ring and constantly pressure Mayweather. If he does this throughout the fight, he might land a big punch or combination that will put Mayweather's chin to the test.


bugger...i must've read boxrec wrong...

one thing...it'll be an ace fight...i've only caught 1 or 2 fight from each in the past cause UK tv in the last few years has only focused on a handful of UK fighters...calzaghe, A harrison, S harrison, hatton and kahn.

so few fights with no UK fighters get shown except on some obscure cable tv channel at 4 in the morning.

will be a great fight...De la Hoya...training hard as you say, may have a chance to redeem himself...hopefully it will be a great fight but the problem when 2 great fighter face off...they tend to be quite guarded...


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I think a lot of people have forgotten what Tyson looked in his prime. People equate Tyson to what he was as of late: A one-punch gambler with very low stamina.

But Tyson in his prime was a completely different animal. He used lightning fast combos (not just single power punches) had incredible defense (one of the best in heavyweight boxing) and was able to continue through later rounds and still score knockout victories.

Ali could probably get a win by outsmarting Tyson, but Ali would be really pushed to his limits to eke out a win. Prime tyson wins 7/10 over prime Ali.


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