|02-18-2011, 02:32 PM||#1|
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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: South of London
HTWAT (Joe Frazier/Evander Holyfield)
What if all the Queensberry Rules Linear Heavyweight World Champions had fought each other (in their prime) under London Prize fighting Rules?
Let us say each fighter gets six months training to learn the art of bare knuckle fighting before the competition begins.
Obviously one or two of these fighters has fought under London Prize so you may feel they have an advantage.
The draw was done on (total) length of reign (in years), with the tie breaker being listed alphabetically.
There were 35 generally recognized Linear Champs, so for all those who reigned for less than a year, I listed them on their actual length of reign thus, the bottom six, need to go though a preliminary round, to get to the main draw.
I will only vote, to break a tie, once the poll has closed.
To avoid clogging up the board, I will only list four contests at a time, with a 48 hour time limit for people to vote.
|02-18-2011, 07:25 PM||#5|
Join Date: Oct 2004
Re: HTWAT (Joe Frazier/Evander Holyfield)
Joe Frazier, slightly better, but i dont think it really matters, neither fighter is really going to give in or go down for such a long count, and such a war would finish eithers chances of progressing to round 2, imo. A career ender for both either way. But i see both corners calling it a draw after 100 rounds. With Frazier perhaps having a slight advantage on points, if there were such a thing.