Re: Most dangerous fighter in each weight class from the neck up.
I think Hollyfield deserves a mention. I was most impressed with the way he fought Lewis, the way he took advantage of his reluctance to get heavily involved, the way he slowed the fight down to the maximum degree. I have Lewis winning both fights, and I thought he spoiled a bit, but I was most impressed.
De La Hoya fought the only fight he could have against Mayweather to get himself a win. I thought that was ring general ship at its very best.
But far and away the p4p no.1 in would be Archie Moore.
As an aside, can anyone think of a fighter who lets himself down in this department?