Originally Posted by lufcrazy
I have them both top ten but I think top three is clearly ward, Jones and calzaghe.
The top three are Eubank, Benn and Toney.
Nothing Ward, Jones or Calzaghe did at 168 can top the performances of Eubank-Watson II, Eubank-Rocchigiani, Benn-Eubank II, Benn-McClellan, Toney-Barkley and Toney-Littles, considering the quality of opposition. Eubank, Benn and Toney were a million times more active, too - real throwback stuff.