A recent interview with Thomas "Hitman" Hearns, one of the best boxers of the 1980s, concluded that he was only returning to the ring at the age of 47 to avenge famous defeats at the hands of Marvin Hagler and Sugar Ray Leonard.
Dr McNamee said, "You have to admire a commitment to excellence that is so great that who he most remembers is not a great career but two blemishes. You would say that Hearns is lacking balance."
You posted this in another forum. Now I think Pete doesnt ask for much, cos he just simply wanted to achieve his goals regardless of how he did it and regardless of how many losses he suffered along the way. I dont know if He will remove the SINGLE blemish on his career which is the French Open. Its not Whether he CAN comeback, it is a matter of WILL he, Does he WANT to come back, and I dont think he wants to even consider it simply. I would love to be as positive as you when u said that u dont think he is finished and will do something great, but I just cant believe it because I dont think HE WANTS TO put his heart into it.