Originally Posted by MrMagic
Wladimirs record is hardly deeper than Vitali, let alone Lennox.
Lennox's resume is mainly comprised of slower, orthodox sluggers and a couple all-arounders like old Holyfield.
Wlad's fought faster fighters, sluggers, slick defensive fighters, spoilers, and counterpunchers. He also fights southpaws, which Lennox didn't do. And, he's got nearly 20 more wins than Lennox.
more wins + wider range of styles defeated = deeper resume.
If you want to argue that Lennox has a better resume on the top end and is therefore better overall, that's a different argument. But Wlad's got him on depth.