Ingo had way more to his game
Johnson himself said Corbett had quicker feet.
There's a big difference between picking someone to win because their resume shows them to be better, and thinking the resume wins the fight.
There's no conspiracy, but the official judges are often clearly biased
No one actually believes that strawman.
The contention is that resume is the best, or atleast an important, way to judge how good a fighter is...
This is so dumb. Just because some irrelevant org doesn't recognise a champion doesn't mean ****.
I could make an org and start recognising...
Honestly I keep changing my mind on this one
Hearns doesn't belong on the list IMO.
He only did it because of multiple belts per division
You do know that's a totally different Young Corbett?
Also I'm near certain it's fake.
Just think he's often overlooked and underrated
I think there's a fair argument Liston did better than Foreman against Ali, despite fighting a vastly better version
Tommy Ryan deserves consideration
Starting to think his career is just going to fizzle out.
Really the winner will still need to fight Joshua, who's much more deserving than Wilder, with much better wins.
It's all rather questionable,...
And his scientific diet from Homer Simpson
Ruiz is too modern and scientific, he pioneered doing roadwork in a Walmart scooter, instead of using cave man legs to do it.
In seriousness I...
I think the bigger question is would Tunney beat Sharkey who peaked earlier than Schmeling
For an early one, Kid McCoy fits the bill
It's much more fitting than matching him with Ali or Louis
How many punchers of Moore's caliber did he face though?
Not sure. I think they'd both win some in a series.
The papers do mention Carpentier sparring Jeannette.
Who is he sparring at 18:34?
Edit: I think it's Italian Joe Gans