sounds like something Tony Galento would say as well
what a great man and rolemodel
A nicer man would've been the heavyweight champ, beyond that not much. Either Liston wins the rematch or Ali sweeps Floyd.
A shame, that Floyd couldnt replicate his brother's achievement
Hagler was an iron man. He could've handled it until he bought the famous silk pajamas
I'm kidding, im referencing his more successful african contemporary Ike Ibeabuchi, and later on Samuel Peter
Would've been better if he was from Nigeria
Marciano below Corbett rattled me to my ****ing core
Imo Frazier wasn't at his best at that point, combined with the fact that Charles gave a better version of Frazier in Marciano hell, I'd pick...
While Ingemar is the overall better fighter, this might be a bad stylistic matchup for him
Either Ingo UD or Briggs KO
Hearns within 3, and Pacquiao would be OUT out
Also Wilder doesnt need Tyson to showboat to KO him. Fury is shot and declining daily due to his years with cocaine, alcohol and...
Hagler knocks him out and thats final
Foreman, and Foreman
Foreman knocked out the better competition and was more consistent. Going into Zaire he was 40-0 37KOs and hadnt gone to the...
Ref/Corner after alot of knockdowns
Gans is a brutal puncher
uh, its called healing?
Braddock's prime was '34 to '37. He didn't have a left hand in his early career. All of his losses before Corn and after Loughran are null and...
"Regularly" he dropped 4 decisions and it wasn't due to inconsistency, he hadn't reached his prime
Yes he was starving. Before the Corn fight he...
Because of being starved and injured during the great depression, not of his own laziness
I bet $500 one of those fighters at the end are Dempsey
Braddock, Braddock beat multiple contenders and didn't succumb to his own sloth and gluttony after winning the title, giving Louis one of his...
Andre Ward's prime wasn't as good as their past prime, was it?