Just to clarify, do you mean best boxers who are Thai? Or Muay Thai fighters?
Samart Payakroon is considered by some to be the greates striker who ever lived.
Zack was my first boxing coach, he really showed me how talented they are at his level, even with the record he had.
Toney could still manage a decision against, that I'm sure of.
Naz had some sick leaping punches, not all hooks though.
Power, hanspeed, accuracy, and timing. He was a decent boxer which he used to set up his knockouts.
That's almost as tall as Duran.
2 years ago, I couldn't make it anymore because I get off work later than the gym opens. I had to switch to MMA to be able to train, I love both...
By disqualification, the way Griffin did.
Frazier would smash Valuev's organs with his body punching, he wins by KO by body shots in the 11th round.
This might have been done already, but I didn't bother searching.
Two lumbering giants in one for the ages!
Take your pick!
It will always be questionable because of the Mosely controversy, but when I watch Collins vs Resto, it's not as easy to say that Margarito had...
We're at an impasse I see, it's all good though. I would say that they're both in the top echelon of great wins.
Chavez didn't have height and reach, but he had plenty of advantages in power, durability, and stamina. I'd say he was quite gifted naturally.
Douglas over Tyson is the biggest in my opinion. I don't care about all of the coke and hookers stories, they were expecting Mike to steamroll...
I don't subscribe to the notion that Lennox had a glass jaw, but the truth is he was knockoutable even at his peak. I imagine he could get stopped...
I think he would beat Cassius Clay, once he beat Liston and Muhammad Ali was born it was like a new person took form.
Wesley Tripplet, a 2-1 pro I used to spar with. He loved to beat on amateurs. He's in prison right now for 30+ years for beating his son with an...
A poodle, I thought.
Great with a high voice, but didn't reach his potential.
Honorable mention for aplomb.
Not a world title, he won a belt from the WBF or NABF, something like that.
I could see that, he had some elements of both.
I remember watching what was his 21st fight. He was 20-0 at the time with 18 KO's. They interviewed Durham who said that he had 9 KO's from the...