Re: Who Looks Most "Beatable" in the 1970s: Ron Lyle, Earnie Shavers, or George Foreman?
Depends on what kind of boxer I had. If I was managing a Puncher. Then it would have to be Lyle first. he was vulnerable to the Counterpunch himself & my fighters chances were pretty good that, we might land the homerun punch first. The later match would have to be Shavers, who by that time was slower and had a leaky defense.
If I had a boxer, then Shavers first because he was alot slower & could have been outboxed. Later Lyle, because he himself was slower & his homerun shot was wide & predictable. But in both instances, I wouls steer wide of Big George Foreman.