Me too djanders:thumbsup:..."Boring" can oft times be fascinating to me....even over a full 15 rounds IMO
Nevertheless one of the very best.
He's always been a ghetto punk\thug to me... a thuggish lout so to speak. I rejoiced when Jones Jr outclassed him.
I've always despised Toney..I've never liked him....so there's no favoritism going on here....I think that Toney would have thoroughly outclassed...
No, he's better.
Jose Napoles was Esteben DeJesus (better actually) squared.
And he was excellent...and painfully underrated in this forum for years.
And he couldn't see out of the other.
Think of a cross between Young George Foreman, Tommy Loughran and a smidgeon of Jake Rodriguez and Mario D'Agata, that would be me.
His name may have been Moon, but he'd be "POW"...on the moon (thanks Jackie Gleason) when Zamora hit him
Zamora was the bantamweight equivalent of Pipino Cuevas.
That may be true, but you just don't endure the kind of power that Zamora laid on you.
Locche and Pep
Lewis is the smartest, most talented, coordinated, and dangerous big man I've ever seen...so to answer the thread question...I say yes.
One of my favorite fights...ever.
He should learn to stretch something, anyway....(just kidding GC)
Shavers didn't floor the great Ron Stander...who was a lower case Bonavena, to be charitable.
Frazier couldn't budge Ringo at all,...and I think...
Probably right on the money Richard...closest thing to what I'm about to type.....
Great interview...thanks Bokaj
EE, glad to see Graham and Giardello...2 guys who I wish showed up here at least as much as Carnera.
I know I've left a few out...so I'll be back with some more good guys of mine....like Joey Giardello, Dlck Tiger and Gene Fullmer.
Besides Floyd Patterson, I've always admired, and had some sympathy for Eddie Machen...I'll always admire his fearlessness vs a prime 1960 monster...