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Old 01-02-2013, 11:18 AM   #6
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Default Re: Top Ten Heaviest Heavyweight Punchers

Given the new empahsis on power lifting, is it credible to consider that the 10 biggest punchers might just come from post 1990? I think they might.

Just some random comments, but regarding Marciano, i think that his power (while still top shelf) is more an accumulative power that comes from the fact that every punch is thrown with proper technich and body behind it, and the fact that it is as good in round 12 after 100 punches around have been thrown asi ti si in round one. AS opposed to say Wlad, who must suffer as he tires, but whose round one hits are absolutely lethal when he does let them go.

If it just pure heavy hands, i am going to have to go with the likes of
Lennox, Wlad, Tyson, Foreman, Ike, even guys like McCall, Bowe, Rahman, Brewster, Sanders. I think that size might matter on this one.

Delivery is a different story.
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