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#1: What if by Scar TKO....................

Posted on 2006-07-17 06:21:06 by TIMOTHY DONATELLI

Who wins a Heavyweight fight between = Sonny Liston and David Tua? I know
some of you are laughing, probably because you don't see Tua having a chance
at all, but your wrong!

David Tua showed against = John Ruiz, Michael Moorer, Fres Oquendo, Hasim
Rahman, and Ike Ibeabuchi that he's a very capable Heavyweight. Even though
he was dominated by Lennox Lewis, Liston wasn't a giant like Lennox. Tua was
even able to keep up with slick and elusive Chris Byrd for much of thier
fight.

Liston was a beast and probably the most feared fighter of his time before
the "Greatest" came along and beat him twice.

I also believe that David Tua has one of the best chins in HW history.
Lennox Lewis barely hurt Tua. In shape and focused, Tua always had a high
punch output (Tua-Ibeabuchi broke the compubox record for punches thrown in
a HW fight) and seemed to throw more punches per round than did Liston (from
the footage of Sonny I seen).

Liston had a better jab than Tua, but David punched harder or at least just
as hard as Liston.

In a 12 round fight, I'll take Sonny Liston to get off the canvas in round 5
and squeaking out a majority decision points win over Davis Tua.

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#2: Re: What if by Scar TKO....................

Posted on 2006-07-17 08:10:03 by Loki

On Mon, 17 Jul 2006 00:21:06 -0400, "TIMOTHY DONATELLI"
&lt;<a href="mailto:steved2005&#64;comcast.net" target="_blank">steved2005&#64;comcast.net</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;Who wins a Heavyweight fight between = Sonny Liston and David Tua? I know
&gt;some of you are laughing, probably because you don't see Tua having a chance
&gt;at all, but your wrong!
&gt;
&gt;David Tua showed against = John Ruiz, Michael Moorer, Fres Oquendo, Hasim
&gt;Rahman, and Ike Ibeabuchi that he's a very capable Heavyweight. Even though
&gt;he was dominated by Lennox Lewis, Liston wasn't a giant like Lennox. Tua was
&gt;even able to keep up with slick and elusive Chris Byrd for much of thier
&gt;fight.
&gt;
&gt;Liston was a beast and probably the most feared fighter of his time before
&gt;the &quot;Greatest&quot; came along and beat him twice.
&gt;
&gt;I also believe that David Tua has one of the best chins in HW history.
&gt;Lennox Lewis barely hurt Tua. In shape and focused, Tua always had a high
&gt;punch output (Tua-Ibeabuchi broke the compubox record for punches thrown in
&gt;a HW fight) and seemed to throw more punches per round than did Liston (from
&gt;the footage of Sonny I seen).
&gt;
&gt;Liston had a better jab than Tua, but David punched harder or at least just
&gt;as hard as Liston.
&gt;
&gt;In a 12 round fight, I'll take Sonny Liston to get off the canvas in round 5
&gt;and squeaking out a majority decision points win over Davis Tua.

The Ali fights destroyed the legacy of Liston, and not as much because
he lost as much as the outcomes smelled as fishy as the Bush victories
in 2000 and 2004.

Liston was a monster. On my own greatest list he checks in at number 6
(behind Ali, Louis, Holmes, Johnson, and Dempsey). Assuming that the
fight was kosher I do not see David answering the bell for the 6t
round.

Of course with Liston, that is a pretty big assumption...

I imagine a Tua/Shavers bout being one for the ages and if they fought
10 times, I see them each winning 5. But Liston destroys both of them.


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