I'm going with Lewis by a close decision.
Ali wins a hard-fought decision.
Was Spadafora actually a good fighter that never reached his potential or just a hypejob?
1 Adrien Broner
2 John Ruiz
4 Oscar de la hoya
5 Michael Moorer
6 Floyd Mayweather
7 Hector Camacho
8 Pernall Whitaker
Then we get Lewis Holyfield 3 in 2000.
Spoon destroys him. Spinks was done as a serious fighter after Holmes.
I'm going with LeDoux by stoppage he's a level above Thunder.
A decent regional clubfighter.
A fighter who fights in regional area. Conroy Nelson and Peter McNeeley are good examples.
I know he has kids with his second wife. Which was years after the Golota fights.
I think he was never the same after Golota.
No doubt Foreman destroys Berbick by that point.
Weren't Berbick and Foreman supposed to fight on HBO in 1990?
If 2000 Holyfield gets the hungover partying Morrison from the Bentt fight then yeah he destroys him.
Jones by Decision. No Way is he going to stand toe to toe with Foreman.
I'm going with Holyfield by a close decision.
Who takes and how?
He also had years of ring rust and inactivity.
Andrew Golota and Bruce Seldon.
2005 Tyson easily destroys Mcneeley.
Jones. Hamed wasn't losing to journeyman fighters that he would have easily dispatched in his prime.
Ali and younger black at the time viewed Louis as a sell out.
If Holmes beats McCall he probably fights Foreman and gets robbed because Foreman is so much more popular with the public in general. He still...