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The potential is clearly there but it will be pivotal to see whether Conor hones his ability and maximises the potential he has. But coming from a lifelong ‘Dark Destroyer’ fan … Exceeding the career accomplishments of a 2-weight world champion in Nigel who beat numerous hall of fame fighters like Gerald McClellan and Iran Barkley. While it must be
said Conor is showing great promise and could perhaps challenge for a world title in the not too distant future.

On the other hand, It does seem a little too farfetched at this point as Nigel was one of those fighters who came from nothing and literally was one of those dangerous fighters who pack a big punch and have the mindset of having nothing to lose similarly to a Jack Dempsey, Roberto Duran or a Mike Tyson and that intensity is not something that can
be inherited in my opinion, especially when you have come from a privileged background and have grown up in expensive villas in places such as Australia and Spain. Are we really sure Conor will have the eye of the tiger when it comes to crunch time?

Are we really sure Conor will have the eye of the tiger when it comes to crunch time?

That’s the reservation on the man but for as long as it lasts, it is going to be an exciting
time for British boxing to follow his ongoing journey.


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