I am thinking 2-1 Louis somehow.
Louis was better, but going 3-0 against Holmes is a big ask.
Don't try to find a correlation between punching power, and a fighters physique, because you won't succeed.
The two hardest punching...
You have to lose the title first of course, so it is a qualified compliment.
Having said that, maintaining elite form over time, is harder than...
He would have almost no chance of maintaining a decade of consistency.
He was Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year in 2005, and in my opinion he deserved it.
No, but he would have probably beaten him!
Being ripped or huge is no guarantee of being a puncher.
If it was then why has no strongman competitor ever got anywhere in combat sports?
Greb is a classic example of somebody who did not have a suitable weight class for him.
He struggled to make middleweight, but he was a midget...
I think that he was a smart dirty fighter.
By that I mean one who knew how to do it to his advantage.
If we transported the current weight classes into his era, then he would have found 168lbs very well suited to him.
Are we adjusting for inflation?
If so then there is an incredibly deep field of competition!
Probably just a neuromuscular thing.
When they both knocked out Audley Harrison early, it was seriously debated which of them would be more successful!
I assume that he is joking.
At the risk of stating the obvious, none of these men would have got very far, without good defense for what they were.
Take out any of the dominant champions, and you get some more short tenure champions.
Take out all of them, and a lot more heavyweights hold...
Gans has obviously got it on paper, but McFarland was a monster head to head!
Like most here, I would favor Spinks with certain reservations.
I suspect that it was never likely to happen in practice, because Bruno would...
Coming straight at Louis has always struck me as being a really bad idea!
The man excelled at using his opponents forward momentum against them.
I think that Williams would definitely try to use his reach and power to counterpunch Foreman.
I am not calling an upset here, but I am...
Depends whether you are interested in his life or his boxing career.
I actually think that Williams has the style to give Foreman some problems.
I have to favor Foreman of course, but it might be a more...