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    Always wondered how many people took a bet on Buster like was he a 40 to 1 right mean if you through grand down just made 40 gs. That fight changed a lot of people lives that night and not just for boxing fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    25 FEB 1989 Tyson v Bruno

    Tyson was a dirty fighter with some low blows and late punches and yet Bruno had a point deduction.

    Bruno took some bombs and did not have a glass jaw.

    Tyson showed the first signs that his outside life was impacting on his performance in the ring.

    I was listening to this fight on the radio as Tyson moved to sky from ITV.
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    Duran in top form here. Lampkin was left in a bad way but would resume career briefly. Can you imagine guys traveling for 15 rounds and fighting in that heat today.

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    That was one hell of a battle. Lampkin got the double whammy between the left hook on the button, and the exhaustion he must've been feeling by the 14th round.

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    3-6-76: Wilfredo Benitez beats Antonio "Kid Pambelé" Cervantes for the WBA super lightweight championship to become the youngest ever to win a professional world title at 17.




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    April 14 1990

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    14 APRIL 2007 Pacquiao v Solis

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    14 APRIL 1998 Vargas v Ellis

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    I love Vargas and that uppercut was a beauty that finished Ellis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    3-6-76: Wilfredo Benitez beats Antonio "Kid Pambelé" Cervantes for the WBA super lightweight championship to become the youngest ever to win a professional world title at 17.



    He was the most gifted fighter to come from the island consider him to Sugar Ray best win because it put him on the map after words he just stayed in the game way to long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr140 View Post
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    3-6-76: Wilfredo Benitez beats Antonio "Kid Pambelé" Cervantes for the WBA super lightweight championship to become the youngest ever to win a professional world title at 17.



    He was the most gifted fighter to come from the island consider him to Sugar Ray best win because it put him on the map after words he just stayed in the game way to long.

    Yeah he did. Some of those later knockout losses he suffered were sooooooo unnecessary. Pity he didn't have someone keeping him from doing that. Age-old story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
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    3-6-76: Wilfredo Benitez beats Antonio "Kid Pambelé" Cervantes for the WBA super lightweight championship to become the youngest ever to win a professional world title at 17.



    He was the most gifted fighter to come from the island consider him to Sugar Ray best win because it put him on the map after words he just stayed in the game way to long.

    Yeah he did. Some of those later knockout losses he suffered were sooooooo unnecessary. Pity he didn't have someone keeping him from doing that. Age-old story.
    Well did not help he had been fighting top notch guys since he was 16 people say he was not old when he stopped but the miles had been there since he was 20 years of age pretty much.

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    Its cool that people keep this thread going. Iaminuit was as hardcore a fan as they come.
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