Originally Posted by Stonehands89
Leonard isn't much behind Monzon by my measure; which isn't just an exercise in "hmmmm let me see, if we put this guy here, and this guy over here..." -it's measured via scores in a criteria that include Dominance and Longevity. Leonard can't score high in either. A great fighter, oh yes, but not among the greatest who ever lived. Top 10 for him is kooky. Too many monsters in the past 90 years that exceed him.
You're one of the few who actually has a system in place that is consistent and far less subjective than most, and you know I respect your opinion anyway. Plus, Roberto Duran at No. 5 is always Ace -- If following your post-1920 format (which I've heavily considered), that's where he'd be for me.