Originally Posted by Sapunka16
What about D.J. King
? He's been having a bit of a disappointing season, but he has a win against Thornton in preaseason, and drew with Boogaard last year in a pretty good fight (some even think he beat Boogy). I don't think anything Neil has done is more impressive than that. John Scott
could also be ahead of Neil.. Compare their fights against Westgarth.
You could argue D.J. King
ahead of Neil, I won't argue that, but King has been poor this year, I don't think there's that much difference. No way is Scott worthy of top 10 yet, he needs to fight someone in the top 5.