I consider Larry Holmes as the 3rd greatest heavyweight after Ali and Louis. He would defeat Rocky by decision after a tremendous battle. Larry’s...
I rank Benny Leonard no. 6 all time pound for pound and no.1 at lightweight, with a slight edge over Roberto Duran.
White Bomber, how do you see Dempsey matching up against a 175 pound Holyfield?
Dempsey was great but saying that he had an iron chin is a stretch. He was stopped in one round by Fireman Jim Flynn and knocked down twice by...
I believe that Charles, Spinks, Moore, Conn, and Loughran would give him a good fight. Also Holyfield. I would give Evander the best chance, but I...
Rocky was a better fighter but would be at quite a disadvantage in size. Marciano might land a couple of good shots but would run into jolting...
Mike Tyson in his prime bordered on being great. Certainly not unbeatable. If he had keep himself together, he might have become the greatest...
Robinson, as great as he was, couldn’t stop Tommy Bell or Gavilan and he fought both twice. I don’t see him stopping Leonard.
Azumah Nelson was one of the best. Fine boxer and a great puncher.
White Bomber, who would be on your top 15 list from the ‘80s?
It’s really remarkable how he declined so quickly. I don’t know if he had issues making 147 or what. He seemed to be on his way to all time great...
Hello Chris. Spinks over Hagler? Hearns over Sanchez? Very surprising. Of course no. 1 is the obvious choice.
Olu, Curry was certainly a terrific fighter. I’ll never forget his beautiful ko of Milton McCrory for the undisputed welterweight championship.
Yes. Yes I am. I love Loma! I get so turned on watching him fight. Gives me a warm feeling inside!
Make Azumah 11a. !
The best of that decade—
1. Sugar Ray Leonard
2. Marvin Hagler
3. Pernell Whitaker
4. Julio Cesar Chavez.
5. Larry Holmes
6. Salvador Sanchez
Haney vs. Davis would be such an interesting clash of styles-pure boxer vs devastating puncher. With Haney’s jab and boxing skills I would give...
I would have liked to see what would have happened in a Loma-Lopez rematch. I would definitely go with Loma in that one.
I’ll say that Lomachenko wins all of those fights, by decision or knockout.
Pimp C, we know styles make fights. Kamboses counter punched an overly aggressive Lopez who seemed too intent on a knockout. Against Haney, Devin...
Devin Haney deserves all the credit in the world for a masterful display of boxing.
I don’t know if Haney will be great, but he’s certainly very good.
Amen to that.
Lomachenko is great, but Haney’s far better than average.
Let’s hope that Lomachenko can return in one piece.