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Old 10-11-2012, 12:30 PM   #16
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Default Re: Fourth and fifth best heavyweights of the nineties ?

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Originally Posted by Stevie G View Post
Tough,is n't it Mr Magoo ? It's like rating the eighties bunch. You have Holmes then Tyson or vice versa,then it gets messy.
Yeah its pretty difficult.

Moorer had some good wins over Holyfield ( not at his best on that night but still ), Alex Stewart, Bert Cooper, Axel Schultz, and Frans. He ended the 90's with something like a 39-2 pro record and the claim to winning the lineal title. Foreman's record from 1990-1997 was 12-3, with wins over Michael Moorer, Adilson Rodriguez, Axel Schultz, Lou savarese, Alex Stewart, Pierre Coetzer and a shot Cooney to go along with winning the crown. Not too bad either.. Tyson's record was 9-3 for the decade and had wins over Ruddock, Stewart, Bruno and Seldon, plus recaptured two thirds of the title in his comeback... Kind of a tight spot comparing those three.
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