Marciano vs Louis is an obvious choice.
Camacho vs Leonard
I know many here don't like Sugar Ray Leonard, but I must confess I felt sad to see...
I wish Ken Norton had won a world title by winning officially the Third Ali fight. I think he deserved the nod. I like Norton a lot and I think...
I'm surprised that no one has mentioned Joe Louis yet.
Yeah, Holyfield's headbutt happened, but for comparison, that one in Tyson vs Williams (another one punch knockout I love) was much more...
Holyfield vs Buster Douglas is another of my favorites.
Buster Douglas delivers a pathetic lead uppercut, Holyfield deflects it and
I love this one! A perfetct right hand by Arguello. The sound of the punch is scary.
I don't get tired of watching this knockout.
In fact, Seldon was so scared of Tyson that night that he was already knocked out whe he entered in the ring.
Terrible news! One of the classiest boxers ever.
Terrible news! R.I.P. Sweet Pea
Both Ali and Frazier should retire after Manila.
Thrilla in Manila has definitely proved the greatness of these two fighters, and should be...
I choose Foreman because I think I can Rope a Dope him just like Ali did....:D
P.S. : I am 5,74 ft and weight 187 lbs.....
Prime Joe Frazier was, along with Rocky Marciano and Henry Armstrong, the quintessence of the pressure fighter.
Greb vs Tunney I
It's hard to say that boxing has directly affected Ali´s health. Parkinson's disease seems to be partly related to the genetic factor. One thing,...
Joe Jeanette KO 50 Sam Mcvey
"McVey had Jeanette down 27 times during the course of the FIFTY ROUND fight!
Joe’s most memorable fight occurred...
Whiterspoon - Eklund deserves a mention
RIP Smokin' Bert Cooper.
Harold Johnson and Eder Jofre were oudstanding in terms of textbook technique.
Sullivan vs Corbett
Greb vs Tunney 1
Burley vs Moore
Graziano vs Zale 1
Marciano vs Ted Lowry 1
I did not know there was footage of Choynski in action!
Bob Foster deserves a mention
Great choices, scartissue ! :thumbsup:
I love especially the Curry's knockdown: a lightning left hook that McCrory did not even see when he was...