Originally Posted by rossco666
How could i forget
Ive even got the trilogy boxset
There's that many tho Craney. Ibeabuchi vs Tua is another.
Quillin-N'dam the other week was a f*cking barnstormer.
Back to the topic: There is an art to a KO to, we all like to see a KO, I mean look at Marquez KO of Pacquiao. It was more than just a punch, it was sublime technique, perfect timing, perfect positioning, perfect accuracy, executed to perfection, the punch had all Marquez's body behind it. He waited and waited and waited like a bird of prey, to get it so it counted in the way that it did.
But lets be honest, how often do we see a punch like this? The last time I saw such a brutal KO was Martinez-Williams.