Originally Posted by lufcrazy
Declaring any pick for Hagler as being warped by personal bias. I'd like to think I'm a bit more objective than that.
I'm saying he achieved less in the mw division than Hagler did but achieved more overall than Hagler did.
I believe you do Greb a disservice by thinking of him as just a MW. It is my humble opinion he was even greater as a LHW.
Did less than Hagler did as a middleweight ? I think not. Just get a copy of "the Fearless Harry Greb", and you will see the terrific middleweights that Greb licked...Dozens of the top MWS of his early and middle years...And some of Britain's finest also...He loved to fight so he would tackle bigger men to keep busy, any size, any style, any colour to keep active....But when required he trained more to get under 160 to defend his crown...
The thread reads "Greatest MW once and for all", not who achieved more>
And Greb's MW challengers were as good if not better than you think...