Re: George Foreman: What Was, What Could've Been, Nothing Short Of Mind Boggling part
What could have been? A schooling against Holmes and a few other losses if he didnt quit after Young.
Foremans record against ranked opposition is only: 7-5. Out of those 7 wins you have the likes of second tier types like Peralta and Chuvalo. Is that the record of a man who deserves to be above more consistant dominant types with deeper win sets and a higher winning percentage? Foreman is a hard 1 to rank, but I do feel he gets overrated for his stagering power and strength, while his skill/defense/footwork all give him seriously problems against skilled boxer types