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Re:European vs. American fighting style. 9 years, 7 months ago #41

  • DOG.1
i agree,the cruiserweight division is hot at the moment,for some reason there hasn't been that many outstanding fighters in the cruiserweights,the only ones i can think of are QAWI & HOLYFIELD.im sure there are others,but i cant think of any.
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Re:European vs. American fighting style. 9 years, 7 months ago #43

  • Rob Pilger
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James Toney was a great brief one and he would've whipped Qawi's ass!!

Re:European vs. American fighting style. 9 years, 7 months ago #46

  • DOG.1
NEVER ROB!
i admit QAWI was better at lt heavy than cruiser,only stopped twice,in 2nd fight with HOLYFIELD & at heavy vs BIG GEORGE when he run out of gas.1st man to put SPINKS on his ass(even if he was stood on spinks's foot when he landed punch)
TONEY was a great fighter,i remember his 2 fights vs MIKE McCALLUM cant remember if they was middle or super middle?

Re:European vs. American fighting style. 9 years, 7 months ago #49

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Toney was a throw back fighter. He would chop Qawi up and then down. Qawi wouldn't be able to hit James clean and James would counter his ass and use angles all night that would frustrate the bullish Qawi. James beats Qawi similar to how he beat Iran Barkley. Tearing his fucking ass up.
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