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> "in his prime"...."past his prime ", golden years
post Jan 20 2014, 09:01 PM
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QUOTE (klonopinz @ Jan 20 2014, 08:49 PM) *
who ever said competition level is correct IMO, because that will test all the other factors at the same time. to be fighting elite competition means you still got some goods, as long as you got some form of the goods, you aint past your prime imo

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post Jan 21 2014, 12:13 PM
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QUOTE (sduck @ Jan 16 2014, 11:02 PM) *
In this order:
Activity level
String of wins
String of losses
Competition level

Age plays the biggest factor because it determines how far you are in your career.
Health is second because that's what matters most in determining someone is at their best or not.
Activity Level is third because the further you are in your career, the less you fight, naturally given your age and state of health.
String of wins is fourth because winning factors in your state of health, whether it's good or bad.
String of losses is connected to string of wins, and usually determines that a fighter is in a downturn of their career.
Competition Level is second to last, because it makes little difference in determining if you're in your prime or not. You have someone like Bernard Hopkins who's no longer in his prime, but still fights detailed competition.
Lifestyle is last because how a fighter lives his life means nothing inside the ring; unless of course he's an addict.
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