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Old 07-12-2008, 11:04 AM   #46
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Holman Williams:
Charley Burley
Lloyd Marshall
Archie Moore
Eddie Booker
Coca Kid

Jeff Clark:
Sam Langford
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Joe Jeannette
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Old 07-12-2008, 12:38 PM   #47
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I`ll go with my favourite boxer ever..... Muhammad Ali.

Sonny Liston x 2
Joe Frazier x 2
George Foreman
Archie Moore

OK, I know there are only 4 there but the `x 2` must count for something & if you look at the other guys he beat that were very good but not ATG fighters like Terrell, Norton x 2, Shavers, Williams, Quarry x 2, Bugner x 2, Ellis, Patterson x 2, Chuvalo x 2 & Cooper x 2.

Ali`s resume will stand the test of time with anyone in any weight class.

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Old 07-13-2008, 03:12 AM   #48
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For just the names on their resumes, Hector Camacho should be considered:

Roberto Duran
Ray Leonard
Edwin Rosario

and then the other two can be chosen from:
Bazooka Limon
Ray Mancini
Cornelius Boza-Edwards
Jose Luis Ramirez
Greg Haugen
Vinny Pazienza

Duran and Leonard were horribly past their primes, but they're wins over a gauranteed top 10 and a likely top 10.
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Old 07-13-2008, 03:18 AM   #49
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Also, Evander Holyfield:

Mike Tyson
Riddick Bowe
George Foreman
Larry Holmes
Dwight Muhammad Qawi
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Old 07-13-2008, 07:23 AM   #50
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For just the names on their resumes, Hector Camacho should be considered:

Roberto Duran
Ray Leonard
Edwin Rosario

and then the other two can be chosen from:
Bazooka Limon
Ray Mancini
Cornelius Boza-Edwards
Jose Luis Ramirez
Greg Haugen
Vinny Pazienza

Duran and Leonard were horribly past their primes, but they're wins over a gauranteed top 10 and a likely top 10.
I think mentioning Duran and Leonard is ridiclious.
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Old 07-13-2008, 07:37 AM   #51
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Holman Williams:
Charley Burley
Lloyd Marshall
Archie Moore
Eddie Booker
Coca Kid

Jeff Clark:
Sam Langford
Kid Norfolk
Joe Jeannette
Battling Levinsky
Peter Maher
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Old 07-13-2008, 12:17 PM   #52
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A few that I can think of and a few missed:

TEDDY YAROSZ:

Archie Moore
Billy Conn
Lou Brouillard
Ken Overlin
Lloyd Marshall
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Old 07-13-2008, 12:18 PM   #53
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GENE TUNNEY:

Jack Dempsey
Harry Greb
Tommy Gibbons
Battling Levinsky
Georges Carpentier
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ROCKY MARCIANO:

Joe Louis
Jersey Joe Walcott
Ezzard Charles
Archie Moore
Harry Matthews
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HARRY GREB:

Gene Tunney
Mickey Walker
Tommy Gibbons
Tommy Loughran
Jimmy Slattery

(actual victories--no newspaper decisions)
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JOEY MAXIM:

Sugar Ray Robinson
Jersey Joe Walcott
Floyd Patterson
Jimmy Bivins
Gus Lesnevich
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Old 07-13-2008, 12:32 PM   #57
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YOUNG CORBETT III:

Mickey Walker
Billy Conn
Gus Lesnevich
Fred Apostoli
Ceferino Garcia
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Old 07-13-2008, 03:00 PM   #58
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I`ll go with my favourite boxer ever..... Muhammad Ali.

Sonny Liston x 2
Joe Frazier x 2
George Foreman
Archie Moore

OK, I know there are only 4 there but the `x 2` must count for something & if you look at the other guys he beat that were very good but not ATG fighters like Terrell, Norton x 2, Shavers, Williams, Quarry x 2, Bugner x 2, Ellis, Patterson x 2, Chuvalo x 2 & Cooper x 2.

Ali`s resume will stand the test of time with anyone in any weight class.

my sentiments too mate
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Old 07-13-2008, 03:03 PM   #59
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Stick to the General Forum. His resume is possibly not in the top 80 or so of all time. And that is the truth, if you compare him to guys like Billy Petrolle, McLarnin, and the less thought of guys.
Couldn't agree more this time Sweet Pea.
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Old 08-03-2008, 06:14 PM   #60
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I'll probably get crucified, but how about Oliver McCall?

For a B/C level guy, he's got...

Lennox Lewis
Larry Holmes
Oleg Maskaev
Tony Tucker (Robbed)
Francesco Damiani (Who was an amazing amateur who beat the shit out of Tefilio Stevenson)

On top of those wins you could include an unbeaten Bruce Seldon and a 40-1 Henry Akinwande or Przemyslaw Saleta.
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