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Hagler would beat him badly. Really weird match-up… I’ve been I wanna be the one who has a beer with Bigfoot shirt watching more and more clips of Jack Johnson boxing, and although his style was groundbreaking (around 30 years ahead of his time), I don’t think it would be quite effective in the 1970s and 80s. So, it depends on which rules are involved. In a 1910s kind of boxing bout, JJ is the clear favorite; in the 1980s, I’d have to favor Spinks by decision. Either way, I guess it wouldn’t be the most exciting fight.