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Who/whom + who relative clause

Is the following sentence grammatical? "Whom who was in his prime has Floyd Mayweather fought in his career?" I want to question whether Floyd Mayweather has fought any boxer during the boxer's best,...
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“for students who” or “for students whom”?

Which of the following example sentences is correct? (one uses who and the other uses whom) This has caused a problem for students who, up until recently, were in good shape. or This has ...
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Who or whom in “by other people whom I know”?

Should who or whom be used in the following sentence? All the swans seen by other people whom I know have been white. My first thought was whom is correct because it's part of a prepositional ...