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Old 05-12-2015, 07:35 PM   #1
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Default What are boxing's "unbreakable records"?

What boxing records will never be beaten, or are very unlikely to be broken? For example Len Wickwar's # of wins, or Archie Moore's # of KO's
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pacquiao's 8 titles
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Old 05-12-2015, 07:37 PM   #3
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Youngest Heavyweight Champion of the World, Mike Tyson at 20 years and 4 months old.
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Number of rounds fought in a single fight- 276
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pacquiao's 8 titles
that ****.
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Old 05-12-2015, 07:42 PM   #6
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Number of rounds fought in a single fight- 276
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The longest boxing match (with gloves) in history was 110 rounds long.
It began around 9 p.m. on April 6, 1893 and ended the next day well after 4 a.m. Andy Bowen and Jack Burke fought for seven hours and 19 minutes in New Orleans, La. before the match was eventually deemed "no contest" when the fighters were too exhausted to continue. That decision was later changed to a "draw."
Why wont he just knock him out?
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Old 05-12-2015, 07:43 PM   #7
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Imagine that now fight till one is ko or they cant continue through exhaustion
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that ****.
okay, so if it's ****, someone will come along and easily break it, right?
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Chavez 87-0, most title victories, defenses. Louis and Chavez tied for most title KO's.
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a) Wilfred Benitez becoming World Champion (proper World Champ, not ABC rubbish), at age 17.

b) Lomachenko being 402-1 with the loss avenged twice, including WSB.
Lomachenko did this in an era where the average win loss ratio for medalists in the 2012 Olympics ranged from 80:20, to 40:60. That's how mindblowing this stat is.

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131 knockouts,The Old Mongoose.
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Old 05-12-2015, 07:57 PM   #12
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222 Bouts Without Being Stopped: Harry Stone
131 Knockouts: Archie Moore
44 Consecutive Knockouts: Lamar Clark
3 Concurrent Lineal Titles: Henry Armstrong (Equivalent to 5 with today's divisions)

Most Knockouts in Lineal Title Fights
Most Lineal Title Fights
Most Wins in A Year
Longest Undefeated Streak
Longest Winning Streak
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Being THE undisputed champ at four lineal weight classes all at the same time. (Henry Armstrong was robbed against Ceferino Garcia, so it should be four not three).
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Being THE undisputed champ at four lineal weight classes all at the same time. (Henry Armstrong was robbed against Ceferino Garcia, so it should be four not three).
Was Garcia the lineal?
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Being THE undisputed champ at four lineal weight classes all at the same time. (Henry Armstrong was robbed against Ceferino Garcia, so it should be four not three).
Which would be equivalent to SEVEN in today's divisions.

That would be like Rigo or Lomachenko beating Crawford and Floyd before being robbed against Cotto
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