If Watt would no have intentionally head butted O'Grady and got away with it Sean would have beat his ass.
Rahman was solid, but limited perennial contender with 2 brief periods as title holder.
Rahman came on the scene when he fought redhot prospect...
Sounds more like "Charlie Z".
This. Rahman was a very limited fighter, and simply landed the punch of a life time against Lewis. He was basically a jab, jab, right hand...
Broner and Kahn. Amazingly they keep losing key fights, yet continue to get big paydays. Broner loses every big fight by decision, were Kahn...
I agree. I think Spinks would simply be too smart for Ray. As for Marion Wilson, I think he had one of the best chins of all time.
I suggest you by the book "Hard Luck" based on Jerry Quarry's life/career. I really good read. You can pick it up fairly cheap on eBay.
I go with Quarry. I think he would be too strong for Johnson.
You simply have no understanding of different body types.
Too busy attempting to make witty remarks I suppose.
Kownacki's work rate would eventually wear down Pulev, as Pulev does not have the power to Konacki off of him. Possible late round stoppage.
Heavyweight journeyman Marion Wilson.
Jr. Middleweight / Middleweight Jesse James Hughes.
This. I pick a slim, young version over any version of M. Spinks.
Are you kidding? Quarry would broke half of Bugner's ribs if he would have fought Jerry that way.
Didn't we have this same thread and video a couple of months ago?
Palomino by decision. Carlos boxes his ears off and out toughs him when he has to.
Bonavean KOs Moorer in 4.
A real good pick. To me Earnie comes in behind Tua in being overrated. Shavers could certainly punch, but it is not like everytime he landed his...
My first choice also. Posters on this site put him of a pedestal, when in fact he was a short, often fat, limited boxer who could punch.
Jerry Quarry. Win, lose or draw I was always a follower of Quarry.
Haye would be best to SELL those names to Fury, as David most likely could use the money.
Two of my favorite heavyweights. Both were wildly inconsistent. But at their best I think Quarry beats Weaver by decision.
Three months of training is more than enough to get into shape. If anything, AJ can now say he was "over trained" if he gets KOed again.
It was a really good give and take fight. What sticks in my mind is the Phillips looked like he weighed at least 12 pounds more than Tszyu.
A bit of a toss-up fight for me. Tucker had very good skills, he was a good boxer, decent puncher, good chin. Morrison was a powerful puncher,...
Frazier stops Lyle in middle rounds. Lyle would do well in the first couple of rounds, then Joe would eat him alive.