You're wrong! Castillo put a beat down on Floyd in their first fight.Haymaker said:OK, I'll put up for PBF, but only because no one can come close to beating him. Although I think Roy had faster hands and beat bigger punchers, PBF's defense is flawless. However, I do think Floyd has a few things to prove before he cements his legacy and retires. If he can take control of a saturated welterweight division and still retire with a 45-0 record, he should prove to be the better of the two.
Almost 100% agreed with what you posted. There's certainly no question that at this minute Floyd is a few level's above RJJ.PrettyBoyFloyd said:I've been working my ass off and haven't been able to be online as frequently as I like. I voted for Roy Jones Jr. As of right now Roy was a better FIGHTER in his prime. If you asked who was the better boxer as of right now I would give it to Floyd by a landslide. Floyd is one of those guys who is so technically sound that age will seem to creep up very slowly on him. Yes, his speed/reflexes will eventually fail, but will it hurt him nearly as much as Roy? No. Floyd has a solid base slash core of boxing knowledge. For this one my vote went to Jones Jr.