May well be debatable whether they were the among the hardest ever thrown but they sure looked brutally spectacular if nothing else.
In no particular order of preference.
Julio Cesar Chavez
So is he going to reveal who shot him? That’s about the only revelation about his life that holds any interest for most boxing fans.
Reminds me of a conversation I once had with a friend who you would definitely say was a causal boxing fan.
“what’s your favourite boxing...
Isn’t there more than one MMA organisation other than the UFC?
There are not many viable countries that could stage it, that hasn’t being hit by Covid 19 in some form.
I wonder who would be more effective, Leornard fighting at Junior Lightweight or Chavez fighting at super middleweight?
That would probably kill him, Fergy.:bash:
Maybe fellow Brit, Michael Bentt.
I have to admit I really don’t like rewatching fights when one boxer dies in the aftermath or is permanently injured as a result of the bout.
Fighters with the fastest handspeed that I’ve seen live in person or live on TV in no particular order
So is the story that Muhammad Ali’s great grandfather emigrated to the US from Ireland in the 1860s and settled in Kentucky, true or not?
Wlad vs Haye. The biggest most hyped fight of 2011. With all the prefight build-up, it seemed a knockout would be guaranteed, one would definitely...
So .....someone is going to have to explain to me what a hipster opinion means? I heard of hippies but that was waaaaaay back in the 1960s ...
British National treasure, Sir Henry Cooper didn’t think so. :nonono
Tyson too fast with both hands.
Is he going to fight this year?
Have you seen his films?
Rocco Francis Marchegiano.
Never heard of this boxer but with a name like that, he’s got to be an Italian.
Like most brits about to retire and looking for a quiet uneventful place with a warm relaxing climate to see out their remaining days in a rocking...
Having married quite young, Muhammad Ali was still a married man when he finally passed away more than 50 years later so he had a long married...
He actually turned 23 this week, but I guess that’s still very young for a heavyweight.
I think even Alan, looking back had a chuckle when he realised what he said. :lol:
It’s a sad loss for boxing in general.
Yes that’s the modern boxing trend now.