Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by cross_trainer, Aug 2, 2009.
Ali and Hamed have ugly styles? I think not
I'm really iritated watching Nigel Benn's bob & weave style
Gene and Don Fullmer had super ugly/dirty styles. Gypsy Joe Harris had a very weird style too.
sorry i thought it was Bizarre or ugly styles
Vinny Pazienza had a pretty bizarre style, wobbling and dipping around wildly on the outside, darting in for brief exchanges, all augmented by his unusual body shape and exuberant personality. Not a legend, of course, but I think his style was effective in large part because guys just didn't know what to do with him; his movement was so herky-jerky and unpredictable that they couldn't get into a rhythm and deal with him on normal terms the way they could against most every other opponent they had encountered.
By the way, great to see you again, Cross Trainer! I haven't been around these forums much in recent weeks, so I don't know if your return is old news by now, but this is the first I can recall seeing of you in what must be close to a couple years now.
How you list Ali man Ali's so pretty!
When I watched Sandy Saddler's fights with Tony Pep, I've always came out of thinking that Saddler style of fighting looked sloppy and ugly.
Willie you mean?
Saddler is a good example though
Yeah I meant Willie, I guess I said Tony because I happened to watch Floyd Mayweather Jr fight with Tony Pep a week ago.
yeh so many names are confusing haha i love watching a young mayweather hes brilliant.
Alfredo Escalara had a quite herky jerky style not necessary ugly though
Pat Huerta.... Worst Style ever!!!!! :lloll
Check out Dennis Andries, no balance/jab/movement, the speed of a tortoise but 100% guts/determination & balls:smoke
andries was a wiered style....no agility then he moves with a left hook with good technique.
johnny nelson (notice absolutly NO footage on him for avery good reason)