1. Katsunari Takayama
2. Roman Gonzalez
3. Juan Fransico Estrada
4. Manny Pacquiao
5. Jessica Mccaskill
6. Julio Cesar Martinez
7. Naoya Inoue
He would be great but not as great as a hypothetical version of Archie Moore who beat all of his major opponents.
I remember the Johnny Tapia doc being good. Crying Fist is really good too.
I think Lew Tendler is the first southpaw on film but southpaws with no film exist like Tiger Flowers.
Round 7 of this fight is my favorite round of all time.
It's also unfair when ranking lower weightclass boxers too. Because so many great little guys don't end up being in the hall of fame.
I'm going with Wonjongkam vs Naito. I felt like the matches overall were more entertaining and Naito winning the title over the very same guy who...
That's basically what happened to Jimmy Mclarnin.
Skip to 7:50
I think Lomachenko wins but I'm rooting for Nakatani.
Why do they have Beppu on the rankings but not Toyoshima who beat him?
I personally would really like to see Hiroto Kyōguchi vs Kenshiro Teraji or Julio Cesar Martinez vs Junto Nakatani.
Edit: Forgot Gonzalez vs...
Yaegashi did this twice.
Duran is the definition of this idea.
Although Tatsuyoshi's losses to Zaragoza weren't bad I doubt that people expected...
How do you think he would do against some of the top level lightweights? Is he better than Masayoshi Nakatani?
Tatsuyoshi would win and I'm totally not biased.
Benton's prime was in the 1960's and saying Ezzard Charles looks ok on film is a huge understatement imo.
Who ranks higher on your all time list? Yoshio Shirai or Shoji Oguma?
Joe Tatsuyoshi - Sirimongkol Singwancha
Willie Pep - Sandy Saddler 2
Sam Langford - Tiger Flowers
I think Charles trying to get up after getting blasted by Jersey Joe in the third fight proves he had a great will to win.
He has the most consecutive welterweight title defenses in history. That's pretty dominant.
Emile Griffith fought on his birthday 4 times I think.
Greatest boxing rivalries?