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#26
Posted: 7/30/2012 8:08:22 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by BigPapa21:

My November Comment:
"Although his opposition was questionable, it's clear to many he has excellent composure for a young age besides for such exceptional skills!  Due to his competition I wouldn't put him in the top 10 yet, but in a short time he will be near the top of the list!"

I think Broner is doing the laughing now.

funny how you bring this up. you also commented that bute would beat frock easily...or amir khan at # 5!!! A little highly regarded at the time...



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Posted: 8/1/2012 10:39:55 PM
"funny how you bring this up. you also commented that bute would beat frock easily...or amir khan at # 5!!! A little highly regarded at the time..."

Yes Khan at #5 was clearly off. Read my analysis between Froch and Bute and I clearly stated Bute had fought no one and that Froch fought the very best and was on a another level. I did a recap after this list and stated Froch to be more than I anticipated, before Bute. You can check the archives for the write-up as I said Bute telegraphs his punches and any decent professional should wipe-the-floor with him (Froch included). Yes I had Khan at #5, and after Peterson I felt it was no fluke and he was more hype, but I clearly over-rated him. Bute I over-rated but clearly adjusted within a few weeks later after more video replay. Thanks for the input Papa!
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