Pretty self explanatory. My vote falls to Emile Griffith, staggering resume and mix of opponents. Haven't seen Griffith back down in a fight or pull back. He had all the confidence and ferocity of a great champion. Even when he was getting chopped up in his latter years he still had all the eagerness of a blood hound in chase. A lot of the same things can be said of Arguello, the Pryor fight, he went from cold eyed destroyer to loveable underdog in that one, For me he wasn't creeping death anymore he was an older guy far from his best weight trying to square up with the best guy he could find, what a man, very honourable fighter and it reeked of a knight looking to abandon his armour, seemed like he was looking for a warriors finish, he got it. Next is Rademacher LOL. Getting it on with Patterson on your debut takes some cojones and a bit of crazy.