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2/12/13 5:48 AM
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Jack

Its time for James Toney
2/12/13 5:50 AM
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2/12/13 5:51 AM
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Jack Slack
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Its time for James Toney

Dude is a textbook of old school tricks. I'll wait until he fights Shamrock ;)

2/13/13 4:26 AM
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he never relied on a traditional defense, like you see with Toney, Hopkins, Mayweather...guys like that can fight into their 40's and be highly successful because of their defense. Roy relied on pure athleticism, he made mistakes others couldn't get away with because they weren't as gifted.
2/13/13 1:46 PM
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That's the crazy thing about Anderson, he's near 40 but his reflexes are still in tact. Im not sure whether his defense would be considered traditional or not though, he seems to be be able to go between orthodox and unorthodox games in both offense and defense.

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