100% right about Pep and McLarnin. I'll add them now.
Sam Langford's Notable Wins:
When he was older, yes, it was damn near impossible to put him down.
But I am talking about the 70s Foreman who wasn't as durable.
Gives Ali a pretty tough fight but loses a decision.
Frazier is dropped multiple times but survives and stops him at around the 8...
Of course he'd say that as Wilder being the biggest puncher in heavyweight history, would make him recovering so quickly from the 12th round...
Hagler was a bit small for a middleweight.
Larry Holmes' Jab
Joe Louis' right cross
Tommy hearns' Jab and left hook to the body
Mike Tyson's uppercut
Deontay Wilder's straight right...
I Wouldn't say he would dominate this Welterweight division, but I think he would prove to be the best Welter of the current era.
Haye by a wiiiiiiiiide decision.
Hopkins, Mayweather and Pacquiao
1900s- James J Jeffries
1910s- Jack Johnson
1920s- Gene Tunney
1930s- Joe Louis
1940s- Joe Louis
1950s- Rocky Marciano
1960s- Muhammad Ali
Usyk by late TKO after a war of a fight
Some will give him credit, others will say that fury's coke binge took too much out him.
Frazier by devastating 4th round knockout
Liston even past his best was too hard a puncher for Patterson to beat him IMO
I like Patterson, but I don't think he could've ever beaten any version of Liston.
Kid Gavilan, Willie Pep and Maxie Rosenbloom
Hw-Holmes, Liston, Walcott
Cw- Holyfield, Qawi, Mormeck
Lh- Charles,Moore, Pastrano
Smw- McClellan, Ward, Toney
Mw- Turpin, Hagler, Robinson...