Good stuff there, RMII.
Bowe would be on him like stink on ****.
Holyfield, every punch in the book, would stop that Foreman. Wide open, should have got got before. Right lead, Holyfield.
I can't see any reason to pick Frazier, except for nostalgia, being dear to your era. Lewis was even bigger than Foreman, with an...
Not in the slightest.
Holyfield did not look unimpressive against Foreman and Holmes.
He looked impressive in the first Bowe fight, too.
Lead by Holyfield. He had to fight them all, pretty much. With some super heavyweights sprinkled in.
Past prime 30 yr old Holyfield was getting his second wind against the cheap shotting Bowe (that 10th rd. knockdown was so clearly from a rabbit...
It's pretty well known that Holyfield (light heavyweight) slapped Tyson (heavyweight) around at the '84 Olympic tryouts.
So I would say Holyfield...
Bowe ate copius left hooks from Holyfield. Three fights worth. Take that for what you will.
He wasn't a great middleweight either.
I didn't notice it.
Glen Johnson knocked out Jones
Marciano KO 2
I thought Holyfield would have KOed him in early/mid '90's.
Maybe through the ropes. Ringside.
I think Johsua knocks him the **** out.
How old was Tyson when Douglas KOed him?
Holyfield is better than both of them, lb4lb. to wit: he would have ko'ed Lewis in 93.. I have no doubt. And he definitely ko'ed Tyson in '96...
I thought Froch had a tunnel vision on Calzaghe like Holyfield had a tunnel vision on Tyson.
I think Froch would have found a way.
Coming after Ali, his reign was very boring.
Ali ran like a gazelle up there to save that man (0:33).
He had the touch with children. And kings. And queens. And intellectuals. And slow minded. And capitalist. And communist. And Muslim....