Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 10/14/14
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Paul Williams was one of the most avoided fighters of his generation, a two-time WBO welterweight champ with a 41-2 record, and was feared not only for his imposing size and reach advantages, but also for his punch output. Yet Williams was notorious for having difficulties with fellow southpaws, and his career was highlighted not only by notable wins but also by some less-than-stellar performances. With Williams' career likely over after a motorcycle accident last weekend left him paralyzed from the waist down, we look back at The Punisher's most memorable moments. Antonio Margarito (2007) Margarito was a feared welterweight champion making the eighth defense of his WBO title in July 2007 at Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. The Tijuana Tornado was the justifiable pick as a 6-to-5 favorite, but the Punisher ratcheted up the volume on his already high shot output, averaging more than 100 punches per round, smothering Margarito's work on the ropes and in the center of the ring. ...
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