1. Fury 2. Wilder 3. Whyte 4. Ruiz 5. Parker

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  1. Dangerwood84

    Dangerwood84 Member Full Member

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    Hopefully Usyk cleans up, big possibility, I would think. I also think Parker is underrated right now but don't you think he seems to lack a bit of 'mongrel' as we used to call it....lol! Especially when he fought White, he could have gone in for the kill a couple of times. I think he's too nice! The talent is there, just tweak the in ring mentality, I still think he beats Wilder.
    I can't agree about Povetkin and Pulev. Yeah Povetkin is past his best, he's up there in age now. Pulev is still solid, he's always been solid, never was a 'world beater'.
     
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  2. 6'4south

    6'4south Well-Known Member Full Member

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    1. Wilder
    2. Ruiz
    3. Joshua
    4. Fury
    5. Whyte
     
  3. Rockradar

    Rockradar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    My top 5..

    1. Fury
    2. Wilder
    3. Ruiz
    4. Joshua
    5. Whyte

    5a. Parker :)
     
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  4. N17

    N17 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    You won't be saying that in 18 months when AJ and David Price are going toe to toe on Sky PPV

    Eddie Hearn saying once again "This is last chance saloon for both men, I don't know where the loser goes from here"

    Adam Smith shouting down a mic "AN ALL BRITISH SHOWDOWN... BETWEEN TWO HUGE PUNCHERS"



    I reckon they'll call the event "Bangers and Gash"


    Hmmmm I wonder who will gas first? o_O
     
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  5. smiffyinoz

    smiffyinoz Active Member Full Member

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    Based on recent performances, was is Parker in the top 5?
     
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  6. Rockradar

    Rockradar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    You pick your top 5 in this thread lol.
     
  7. Tramell

    Tramell Active Member Full Member

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    1. Wilder- average 2 or more fights a year (4)yrs. Hardest hitter in a long time for HW's. Well timed shot dropped Brezeale as he had his left hand up to his chin at 59 seconds, went to throw a left hook, 57 seconds he's on the canvas. That is accuracy, speed & power to get that done despite the ref broke them up at 1:01 left. Oh yeah, I watched it a dozen times!!!! Despite more skilled in the top 10, they couldn't get his belt, so they can't get my ranking! Skills matter little if the chin or will or endurance aint there.

    2. Ruiz- Outboxed, outslugged pushed back an in shape champ with 4 belts. He could be 3, but I'll go 2 as well.

    3. Joshua- One loss shouldn't drop a man too far. Fat aside, he lost to a well schooled boxer based on equilibrium shots (top of head/behind ear) He may be chinny, but he didn't get dropped that way.

    4. Fury- Ranked him #1 going in against Wilder, can't call it a schooling because he landed 2-4 punches a round more. Both landed less than 100 punches. Dropped him to #4 when he decided to cry about a decision, then walks away from the rematch.

    5. Whyte/Parker/Usyk...I dunno Each could hold it down.
     
  8. _Scott_

    _Scott_ Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Delete your account please.
     
  9. nickpoppunk

    nickpoppunk Unbelievable Bentekkers Full Member

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    why is fury in the top 5's?