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It had its weak points

Mosley performance in loss to Wright raises questions

By Ron Borges
Globe Staff / March 15, 2004

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LAS VEGAS -- He simply wasn't strong enough. Only Sugar Shane Mosley knows why. Perhaps it was that Winky Wright was the naturally bigger man, a legitimate 154-pound fighter, while Mosley was a blown-up former lightweight at 154 when his ideal weight is perhaps closer to the 147-pound welterweight division. (Full Article: 821 Words)

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