No Mas No Big Deal

BY The Sweet Science ON September 10, 2012
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"I thought Chad would have quit after round 7 or 8 because things weren't going his way. But his 10th round resignation is acceptable. He'd certainly taken enough of a beating to call it quits....anything more would have been false bravado and he would have been sacrificing his future in the sport (which has already been severely compromised).  Chad should have cherry picked a journeyman to test his ability at 168 pounds, or at least made the weight and tested himself in the privacy of his training camp before announcing the fight.  But honestly.. I think the weight was only a partial factor, the biggest factor was the skill of Ward." ---Brown Sugar says Dawson no mas totally within the bounds of reason

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