Originally Posted by Seamus
All factors included, pound for pound, record, legacy... all of it.
Sugar Ray Robinson
Who else can the argument be made for to fit into this utmost top echelon. Armstrong comes to mind but a relatively short prime hinders him just enough. Ali certainly has a case. Duran has a case in my mind but again comes up just short. I don't think the dust has settled enough on the fighter of the past 20 or 30 years to properly place them but I suspect none qualify to threaten anyone in this group.
It's a great list ...
Langford to me is tops on any