I think the 1978 version wins.
He's lose 11 of the 15 rounds but get a split decision.
I still think guys like Carlos DeLeon and Dwight Qawi beat him. He was an average fighter who had one hell of a night in 1978. Good for him.
I'm middle of the road on this topic if the issue is the year of 2003.
Might have been able to beat a shot and unable to punch Holyfield if...
Life isn't perfect, then we all die.
Leonard against Hagler.
Leonard had LaLonde at 168 lb.
The Hearns rematch was a catchweight of 164, with a $1,000,000 deduction for
ever pound Hearns was over....
De La Hoya by decision
The Retired Boxers Foundation is reporting that he passed...
Spinks had $13 million reasons to protect his ass for as long as he could before fighting Tyson.
Fun to watch. Clueless against Hopkins, Wright and Jones.
I'll pick Spinks. Better fighter. But the size difference would have been interesting.
The Mancini book is terrific. Great read.
He was a much better fighter than some give him credit for being. With his style, his prime was...
That's exactly the first one I thought of, in terms of getting up before 10 from a hell of a punch.
Steele should have stopped it immediately....
You Klitschko people have to let it go.
I think if Mayweather didn't want to deal with Pacquiao he wouldn't have wanted to be in the same country as Hearns.
It was a terrific moment.
Keyboard warriors suck
Pretty much got it right on target with this one.
It's just an opinion. GO **** yourself if you don't like it.
It reminded me of Ali vs. Frazier 3. Too bad there wasn't a rematch of this instant classic.
1. Sugar Ray Leonard
2. Sugar Ray Robinson
3. Jose Napoles
4. Thomas Hearns
5. Kid Gavilan
1. Sugar Ray...
Monzon beats Duran for sure.
I'd pick Leonard and Hearns to upset Monzon.
I 'd pick Monzon to edge Hagler.