Muhammad Ali: Easy Handpicked Fights “Can Ruin A Fighter”
The Greatest of all, Muhammad Ali stated this very interesting quote which was chronicled in Alan Goldstein’s “Muhammad Ali” coffee table style photo book.
This obscure but logical theory explains the sudden demise of Roy Jones Jr. who coasted his way through several years of very easy fights but then found himself ill-equipped to deal with the difficult challenges posed by Antonio Tarver and Glen Johnson.
This Muhammad Ali theory also explains the downfall of Floyd Mayweather Jr. who actually must sense his own mortality and this is why he adamantly refuses to step into the ring to face the high-risk challenges of Manny Pacquiao, Miguel Cotto, Antonio Margarito, Paul Williams and Sergio Martinez.
So Al Haymon should realize that all these easy fights he sets up for Andre Berto and his other manufactured pretenders are only going to blow up in the end.
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Ali sculpture by Illinois-based artist Barrymore Alan Moton.