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    I say oscar delahoya, sweet pea, floyd mayweather, marquez, leanord
    DLH was considered to have explosive power all the way up to 140, good power at 147, then despite having almost all TKO wins at 154 his power started becoming a bit played down, he had good pop but not one punch KO pop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxer4life View Post
    I say oscar delahoya, sweet pea, floyd mayweather, marquez, leanord
    DLH was considered to have explosive power all the way up to 140, good power at 147, then despite having almost all TKO wins at 154 his power started becoming a bit played down, he had good pop but not one punch KO pop

    i just recall most people calling him a "good boxer" with few mentions of his punch other than perhaps the left hook, i feel like he had good stiff, hard punches that hurt guys, i honestly think if delahoya stayed focused he could have become one of the greats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxer4life View Post
    I say oscar delahoya, sweet pea, floyd mayweather, marquez, leanord
    DLH was considered to have explosive power all the way up to 140, good power at 147, then despite having almost all TKO wins at 154 his power started becoming a bit played down, he had good pop but not one punch KO pop

    i just recall most people calling him a "good boxer" with few mentions of his punch other than perhaps the left hook, i feel like he had good stiff, hard punches that hurt guys, i honestly think if delahoya stayed focused he could have become one of the greats
    he also had an underrated jab, and developed a pretty good right hand late in his career, the fact that he fought most of his career mainly relying on just his left as his power hand lets you know how much raw talent the guy had

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElTerribleMorales View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boxer4life View Post
    I say oscar delahoya, sweet pea, floyd mayweather, marquez, leanord
    DLH was considered to have explosive power all the way up to 140, good power at 147, then despite having almost all TKO wins at 154 his power started becoming a bit played down, he had good pop but not one punch KO pop

    i just recall most people calling him a "good boxer" with few mentions of his punch other than perhaps the left hook, i feel like he had good stiff, hard punches that hurt guys, i honestly think if delahoya stayed focused he could have become one of the greats
    he also had an underrated jab, and developed a pretty good right hand late in his career, the fact that he fought most of his career mainly relying on just his left as his power hand lets you know how much raw talent the guy had
    Oscar was a beast, he would have given maywaether and pacqiou hell in his prime

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