Re: My 50 Greatest boxers of all time
Four major points I'd pick out on.
Tunney above Greb - I definitley feel this could be argued although I may not personally do it. It's certainly close though
Whitaker not in the top 50 - I think he's top 30 shoe in, arguably top 20
Holyfield as low as he is - definitely a too 25 p4p and deserves to be above Holmes for sure
Holmes as high as he is - someone who's best win was a split decision while near his prime or in his prime against a shot Norton or a green Witherspoon. Far too untested to be put that high, especially when he never looked liked win against his best opposition