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Old 07-29-2007, 06:47 PM   #11
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Default Re: Non-heavyweights who could none the less...

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Originally Posted by Russell
KO them?

Fighters that moved up to heavyweight and could still KO their opponents a majority of the time. Who are they?

Even if they never did offically move up, if they still KO'ed heavyweight level guys, name them.

Wilde did this, or so I've heard.
Moore is certainly a good choice. He knocked out two olympic heavyweight gold medalists, Lovell and Rademacher, as well as men at one time or another ranked in the top ten heavyweights as Buddy Walker, Jimmy Bivins, Bob Satterfield, Alberto Lovell, Bob Dunlap, Phil Muscato, Bob Baker, Roger Rischer, Willi Besmanoff, James J Parker, and Alejandro Lavorante.

Bob Satterfield is another who carried a dangerous punch up to heavyweight, kayoing Lee Oma, Bob Baker, Cleveland Williams and John Holman, among others.

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