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    Default What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    My pick is John Molina. Win or lose, it's always life and death and a real thriller.

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    Default Re: Waht fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Brandon Rios and Arturo Gatti come to mind

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    Default Re: Waht fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Gatti is a good call. He even made Mayweather look exciting.
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    Default Re: Waht fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    I would have to make a case for Johnny Nelson , he was never in a dull fight.
    If we are honest with ourselves , they were just BLOODY AWFUL .



    Rocky Lockridge was never in a bad fight , his 2 fights with Tony Lopez especially.
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    Default Re: Waht fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Gotta go with Mike Tyson, off the top of my head i think it was only Bonecrusher Smith who tamed him at his peak and went the distance.
    Other than that he was either banging everyone out or getting banged out himself.

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    Default Re: What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Dennis Andries defies logic, he had been through so many exciting wars and punch up's for one fighter.
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    Default Re: What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    ​Smoking Joe Frazier was never in a dull fight.
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    Default Re: What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Quote Originally Posted by X View Post
    ​Smoking Joe Frazier was never in a dull fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Dennis Andries defies logic, he had been through so many exciting wars and punch up's for one fighter.

    very fine choice. no wonder you are the "Master."

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    Default Re: What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Cotto. Win or lose his fights were never dull.

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    Default Re: What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    I'm with everyone else on Gatti obviously.

    Emmanuel Burton/ Augustus? He was also fun to watch.
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    Default Re: What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    I'm with everyone else on Gatti obviously.

    Emmanuel Burton/ Augustus? He was also fun to watch.
    Good on Augustus as a showman and gave Floyd fits. Turned me off a bit when all the talk of him taking a dive happened, forget the fight but the 'ko' was pretty ehhh .

    Poor guy's lucky to be alive right now. not to long ago he was walking around down here and was shot in the head. And lived!

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    Default Re: What fighter is best described as never having been in a dull fight?

    Rocky Marciano
    Erik Morales
    Paul Williams
    Joe Calzaghe
    Mike Tyson

    and as previously mentioned, Miguel Cotto.

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