I'm not a boxer, I'm just pointing out that their legs are very 'in shape' just adopted for crazy footwork all day.
Obviously that's not really given either, see also David Tua and his legs.
I never said that boxers' legs weren't in shape. My last post explains how they very much are, and you're right, it's not a given that a boxer will automatically have skinny legs, but it is a noticeable trend, or at least it has been in my rather anecdotal sampling.
Actually, their legs aren't even really skinny. They just look skinny compared to their massive arms.
Not that I suppose it really matters much how they look as long as they do what you want 'em to do.
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Originally Posted by ThiagoMartell
Kelb, recently it looks like you're the Avatar of Reason in these forums, man.
Originally Posted by LTwerewolf
[...] bringing Kelb in on your side in a rules fight is like bringing Mike Tyson in on your side to fight a toddler. You can, but it's such massive overkill.