Best resumes of all time.

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  1. box33

    box33 Active Member Full Member

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    And with better management & less politics involved it most likely would have been higher.
     
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  2. heerko koois

    heerko koois Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Hector Camacho is up there i think
     
  3. Richmondva804

    Richmondva804 New Member Full Member

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    Yall can't have this discussion and not have Floyd's name he beat everybody in there Era when all of them were champion
    Mosley (had just beat Margarito)
    De la hoya
    Ko An undefeated ricky hatton (I think that's his best win)
    Corrales
    Castillo (he won the first 4 in the first fight can't say he lost all 8 after that)
    Canelo (gave the face of boxing rn his first lost
    Marquez
    Pacquiao ( beat Pacquiao when they were still pretty much 1 and 2 yea they weren't in there peak prime but Pacquiao still became world champion
    Tbe and 50 and 0 for a reason
     
  4. drenlou

    drenlou Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Very good but not quite the best, knaw mean?
     
  5. Themessiah

    Themessiah El Jefe Full Member

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    Ezzard Charles beat
    Archie Moore 3x, Walcott 2x Joe Louis Charles Burley 2x, Marshall 2x, Bivins 4x, Joey Maxim 4x
     
  6. Punchdrunk1

    Punchdrunk1 Active Member Full Member

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    Floyd gets slated saying he cherry picked blah blah blah but his resume is as good as it gets (barring Wilder obviously)
     
  7. Oneirokritis

    Oneirokritis The Scourge of Stupid Idiots. Full Member

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    Lots of people sleep on Ezzard Charles, or at least used to.
     
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  8. Ph33rknot

    Ph33rknot Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources Full Member

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    He's been ko'd by all the big names
     
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  9. Jacques81

    Jacques81 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Harry Greb has to rate, especially with that big ole win over Tunney and countless others...

    Pacquiao for sure.

    Ali.

    SRR
     
  10. exocet76

    exocet76 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Very difficult to say really.
    The old timers are in a one belt era or two also fighting far more often. So it's difficult to compare.'
     
  11. Levook

    Levook Active Member Full Member

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    Harry Greb had Tiger Flowers Maxie Rosenbloom Mickey Walker Gene Tunney Jimmy Slattery Kid Norfolk Jack Blackburn Al McCoy George Chip Jack Dillon Battling Levinsky Willie Meehan Mike & Tommy Gibbons & there is more.
     
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  12. Grinder

    Grinder Dude, don't call me Dude Full Member

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    ....and Langford was avoided. Imagine how impressive his resume might have been.
     
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  13. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Life ain't fair.
     
  14. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    John Henry Lewis and Jimmy Bivins are worth putting in the first tier of his wins as well.
     
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  15. ikrasevic

    ikrasevic Икрашевић Full Member

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    Yes. And thanks.
    I had completely forgotten John Henry Lewis.
    And then Joe Louis' resume would look like this (IN THE ONE BELT ERA):
    - 6 heavyweight champions (score 7-1)
    - 2 lightheavyweight champions (score 3-0)
    heavyweight:
    Jersey Joe Walcott x2
    Max Schmeling (1-1)
    Jim Braddock
    Jack Sharkey
    Max Baer
    Primo Carnera

    lightheavyweight:
    Billy Conn x2
    John Henry Lewis
     
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