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Old 09-26-2007, 02:42 AM   #31
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yeah Felix Savon has a great record - i saw him win gold in sydney and it was a truly great moment
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:05 AM   #32
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Mario Kindelan was very good.
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:29 AM   #33
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Audley has to be up there somewhere.

Matter of fact he is still looks like an amateur today, and he is fighting pros!

He has ups and downs, but who hasn't?

A-force all the way!
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:35 AM   #34
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Felix Savon
Nino Benvenuti
Mark Breland
Jesse Valdez
Teofilo Stevenson
Eric Griffin
Mario Kindelan
Sven Ottke
Victor Ageev
Felix Savon
Nikolai Korolev
Kostya Tszyu
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:51 AM   #35
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There is a few great Amatuer careers
here are some.

Kid Chocalate (CUB) 100-0
Nino Benvenuti (ITA) 119-1
Jose Napoles (CUB) 113-1
Marvin Hagler (USA) 55-1
Terry Norris (USA) 291-4
Meldrick Taylor (USA) 99-4
Bernard Hopkins (USA) 95-4
Oscar Dela Hoya (USA) 223-5
Sugar Ray Leonard (USA) 165-5
Vlad Klitschko (UKR) 134-6
Bernard Taylor (USA) 481-8 *not to bad a record
Al Minter (USA) 312-8
Tommie Hearns (USA) 155-8
Kostya Tszyu (RUS) 259-11
Virgil Hill (USA) 250-11
Donald Curry (USA) 400-16 *Not a bad career
Joel Casamayor (CUB) 330-30

there are a few to ponder on.
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:57 AM   #36
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Has to be Casamayor, he had at least 330 wins. Imagine what could've been if he came straight to the States. *sighs*
Bernard Taylor had 481 wins and Donald Curry had 400 wins and both men had less losses aswell.
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Old 09-26-2007, 07:51 AM   #37
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Curtosy of BoppaZoo in the Aus forum

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Here some Records of Amatuer Records of some of the stars in Boxing.



Jose Napoles (113-1)

Oscar Dela Hoya (223-5)

Vernon Forest (225-15)

Sugar Ray Leonard (165-5)

Don Curry (400-16)

Al Minter (312-

Shane Mosely (250-16)

Joel Casamayor (330-30)



Kostya Tszyu (259-11)
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Old 09-26-2007, 07:59 AM   #38
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Felix Savon
1985 jr world heavyweight champion
1986 central american & caribbean heavyweight champion
1986 world heavyweight champion
1987 pan-american heavyweight champion
1987 world cup heavyweight champion
1989 world heavyweight champion
1989 world championship challenge heavyweight champion
1990 central american & caribbean heavyweight champion
1990 world cup heavyweight champion
1990 world championship challenge heavyweight champion
1990 goodwill heavyweight champion
1991 pan-american heavyweight champion
1991 world heavyweight champion
1992 world championship challenge heavyweight champion
1992 olympic heavyweight champion
1993 central american & caribbean heavyweight champion
1993 world heavyweight champion
1994 world cup heavyweight champion
1994 world championship challenge heavyweight champion
1994 goodwill heavyweight champion
1995 pan-american heavyweight champion
1995 world heavyweight champion
1995 world championship challenge heavyweight champion
1996 olympic heavyweight champion
1997 world heavyweight champion
1998 central american & caribbean heavyweight champion
1998 world cup heavyweight champion
1998 goodwill heavyweight champion
2000 olympic heavyweight champion


what was his actual win loss record??

surely he must be fighting pro now??
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Old 09-26-2007, 08:49 AM   #39
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what was his actual win loss record??

surely he must be fighting pro now??
362-21 - cant verify for sure though
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Old 09-26-2007, 09:36 AM   #40
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Probably **** McTaggert.
I met an old Guy at a show in Scotland last season who modestly mentioned that he boxed as a youth. It turned out to be the man himself.

of his 634 fights he won 610, he qualified for three Olympics, winning Gold in 1956. In 1960 and 1964 he lost out to the eventual Gold medalists. (He won a bronze in 1960).

He has to be up there
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Old 09-26-2007, 09:43 AM   #41
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There is a few great Amatuer careers
here are some.

Kid Chocalate (CUB) 100-0
Nino Benvenuti (ITA) 119-1
Jose Napoles (CUB) 113-1
Marvin Hagler (USA) 55-1
Terry Norris (USA) 291-4
Meldrick Taylor (USA) 99-4
Bernard Hopkins (USA) 95-4
Oscar Dela Hoya (USA) 223-5
Sugar Ray Leonard (USA) 165-5
Vlad Klitschko (UKR) 134-6
Bernard Taylor (USA) 481-8 *not to bad a record
Al Minter (USA) 312-8
Tommie Hearns (USA) 155-8
Kostya Tszyu (RUS) 259-11
Virgil Hill (USA) 250-11
Donald Curry (USA) 400-16 *Not a bad career
Joel Casamayor (CUB) 330-30

there are a few to ponder on.
These records are NOT accurate!!!! Hopkins didnt even fight anything abiut Junior Olympics!! Hagler's record...NOT accurate. Norris..??? Nooooo...I dont know where you guys get these records from but they are NOT accurate
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Old 09-26-2007, 10:30 AM   #42
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Konstantin Tszyu
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Old 09-26-2007, 10:32 AM   #43
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Joe Calzaghe - 109-2 and the 2 were highly disputed.
Do you **** dogs???

We are talking GREATEST....

Where is his world amateur title?

Where is his Commonwealth games gold medal??

Where is his olympic gold medal??

Oh **** he dont have any of those..

If we are talking amatuer it has to be Savon..

3time olympic gold medallist plus multiple world champ..

What you guys think his chances would of been if he had of turned pro??

Seen him absolutely school Shannon briggs among other furture top line heavyweights..

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Old 09-26-2007, 10:47 AM   #44
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Teofilo Stevenson is up there
Brooklyn....I scrolled through this thread to make sure Stevenson got a mention! Man, that guy was the original TERMINATOR.

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Old 09-26-2007, 02:58 PM   #45
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Bernard Taylor had 481 wins and Donald Curry had 400 wins and both men had less losses aswell.
I guess in the amateur ranks it is all about numbers...it doesn't matter who they fight.
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