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Old 10-11-2012, 12:52 PM   #18
Stevie G
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Default Re: Fourth and fifth best heavyweights of the nineties ?

Originally Posted by NoNeck View Post
Tyson at 4. Moorer at 5.

On a sidenote, Oliver McCall had a similar but thoroughly better 90s than Foreman. A prime athlete crazy person/crack addict doesn't get the same love as a jolly old guy.

--Lennox KO>Moorer KO

Foreman's victory over Moorer is regarded as some triumph of perseverance. Really, it's a one punch knockout of a fighter with a shaky chin who was beating him. McCall had a one punch knockout over a much better fighter in Lewis.

--wins over Seldon, Holmes, Damiani, green Maskaev> loss to Holy, controversial loss to Briggs, controversial win over Shultz, and a win over Adilson Rodriguez.

Welcome to the site,NoNeck

Good view. I think I've settled on Moorer as number five now.
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