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    Default Name a B-Level Interesting Scrap

    They're not the elite of their division, but if they matched up it would make an interesting clash. Kind of like Arturro Gatti and Mickey Ward. I just thought of one: Sam Peter v. Hasim Rahman. Anyone? Anyone?

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    Con boy vs Malinaggi. 1 has a glass jaw and 1 has no punching power. Should be an interesting scrap.

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    This might constitute a C-level fight, but I remember really enjoying Oscar Diaz - Mike Smith.

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    Default Re: Name a B-Level Interesting Scrap

    Rendel Munroe - Bernard Dunne
    Andy Lee - John Duddy

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    I know they were world class, but one fight they never made and could've made the participants some nice retirement money past their primes was Wayne McCullough vs Paulie Ayala. Perfect recipe for a great (pillow) fight. Featherfisted, threw a gazillion punches per round, durable, courageous... what's not to love?
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    Jeff Harding v Dennis Andries

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    Michael Grant-nikolia valuev

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    Sam Peters vs David Tua, two monster punchers with wide punches.
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    Well one that instantly came to mind that happened a few years back was Ebo Elder vs. Courtney Burton.

    That was one of the best fights I've ever seen.

    Elder's eye's were nearly swollen shut by the end and he went out there knowing he needed a KO to win and he did it.

    It was like something out of a Hollywood movie.
    "You knocked him down...now how bout you try knockin me down ?"

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    Antwun Echols/Edison Miranda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    Well one that instantly came to mind that happened a few years back was Ebo Elder vs. Courtney Burton.

    That was one of the best fights I've ever seen.

    Elder's eye's were nearly swollen shut by the end and he went out there knowing he needed a KO to win and he did it.

    It was like something out of a Hollywood movie.
    Does anyone have a link to this fight? I've wanted to see it for what feels like forever.

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    Are we going actual or 'dream' match ups?

    Alex Stewart vs Sinclair Babb was an absolute heavyweight classic...up there with any in the books.Ruddock vs Morrison great fight....Totally obscure here but Hector Monjardin vs Ben Lopez 1....one of the best action fights Ive ever seen!! Hector Lopez vs Sammy Fuentes 1 awesome war...Santos cardona vs Verno phillips 1,2...Elvir Muriqi vs Sammy Ahmad war...Letterlough vs Gonzalez left people fooking flinching in their sleep

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    Steve Molitor - Bernard Dunne

    I'm not sure if they're B-level fighters, I think they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFH View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    Well one that instantly came to mind that happened a few years back was Ebo Elder vs. Courtney Burton.

    That was one of the best fights I've ever seen.

    Elder's eye's were nearly swollen shut by the end and he went out there knowing he needed a KO to win and he did it.

    It was like something out of a Hollywood movie.
    Does anyone have a link to this fight? I've wanted to see it for what feels like forever.
    Sorry I do not.

    I just remember seeing it on FNF.

    It was action packed.
    "You knocked him down...now how bout you try knockin me down ?"

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    For a fight that did happen rather than fantasy, then the first that came to mind was for a british title fight a few years ago, both these guy's had a common friend, and both trained in Manchester at the time. If ya can call British title fight B class guess it is compared to World title, and these guys are yet to make it to the Big stage ; Jaime Moore v Matthew Macklin - Absolute barnburner of a scrap and well worth a mention
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