It's a question one must ask considering he presides over the worst era in heavyweight boxing history. This is an era in which a bodybuilder with very little boxing ability, questionable heart, pitiful endurance and a whole host of other physical frailties became "the guy" for multiple years. An era where a record paddler like Chisora rose to PPV stardom Where a gym sweeper like dillian Whyte is arguably top 5 Let's not mince our words, AJ wouldn't be top 20 in any other era, and Chisora and Whyte? They'd be so lowly nobody would ever hear their names. I don't know about you, but in light of those facts I can't rate fury at all. Even the klitschko he fought was degraded to the point he couldn't even beat Joshua 2 years later, considering that fact I have to say klitschko must only have been 10% in that fight, so let's be generous and say Fury beat a 3x better version, because the version he beat was multiple times better, a 30% klitschko. My surmation is that Fury, ruling over the most pathetically dreadful division in the history of boxing can't rate in the top 50 of heavyweights. Pinklon Thomas would be undisputed in 2021, Earnie Terrel would also, they'd be unbeatable vs today's division. Considering this fact, Fury's achievements and titles don't mean anything at all to me. I just hope the next generation might be better, and have some historical relevance.