Just even trying to get a consensus top 10 is going to be a shambles. I’ve tried to write a couple out and I’m far from satisfied with any attempt...
Al McCoy or Kid McCoy, not sure which one isn’t on there
Sandy Ferguson although again, probably better known for losing to virtually everyone
Although he had a lot of loses Lee Q Murray might deserve to get on that list
Prepared Lewis would box his socks off taking minimal risks
I love Nelson, but I’m going with the general consensus that he gets beaten down the stretch with Chavez coming on strong late and may even get a...
I’m backing Monzon, great big fighter beats a great small fighter
God damn! That’s a tasty list
I would say that might have had something to do with the fact that Foreman was 260 pounds at that point. A good 35/40 more than his prime weight
Oh my god, could you imagine!!!
15 rounds at 175. Who you got?
It would be like Kovalev, although a less skilled boxer and still 2 years younger, jumping up to Cruiserweight to fight Uysk. If they met in the...
Rigo vs Donaire
I think he had little to gain and a lot to lose to be honest. He had such a fantastic resume considering the small amount of fights he did have,...
Which one was the sexiest?
Post exile Ali has little chance with Louis, based on the pure fact his main defence was his chin in the 70s, it was a bloody good chin mind you,...
Maybe unlucky. Adding Ibeabuchi to his already impressive resume would gain him a few extra brownie points
a 180lbs fight night Álvarez does very very well. Same day weigh ins he’d pick up multiple loses
Who did Ron Lyle and Jerry Quarry actually beat to suggest they’d be able to handle Fury?
And if this is a level of difference compared to how...
You’re blinded by the 70s era if you seriously think Quarry, Young or Lyle beats Fury when he’s at his peak.
Depends on his mind set, I don’t see why he couldn’t beat Ali, especially towards the later years, but his stay at the top could be very short...
In a couple of years I’d happily make a pick. It’s far to early but I’d lean towards a close decision in Ruiz’s favour as of now
I love McCallum and he’s one of my favourite fighters but I think Hopkins find a way to neutralise his man and get the job done
A big problem here is that fighters that are the fighting in the ‘same’ weight division, are actually fighting sometimes 3 divisions up on fight...