Let's face it. Some people like to go on loudly and proudly about subjects they obviously know very little about. What are some of the craziest / stupidest things you've non-boxing fans say about boxing or boxers? (And let's not use this as a way to bash other posters who may have opinions, as ridiculous as they can be, that differ from ours. If someone is here, they're a fan to a certain degree. I'm talking things we've heard & read in the regular world.) I'm sure many of you can top these, but here's some I've heard / seen over the years - A co-worker, mid-90's, who swore up and down that Vinny Pazienza was the best boxer in the world. Me: "He's entertaining, but he's far from the best. There's talk of him fighting Roy Jones soon. Jones is going to take him apart easily." "No way, man! Vinny can't be beat!" No comment from him when the fight actually happened. The one I saw on the forum in the last few days in which another poster was told by a medical doctor that it was impossible to knock Mike Tyson out because of the bulk of his neck muscles. A few about Muhammad Ali - Recently I've heard more than once, "Muhammad Ali was the hardest puncher ever. No one hit harder." Umm... On the news, during a story about a Muhammad Ali museum exhibit - "Muhammad Ali was the three-time WBA heavyweight champion." Why did she have to insert 'WBA' in there? Why not 'undisputed'? (After all, we all know that Ali was a FOUR-time WBA champ, thanks to that organization relieving him of his belt for signing to fight a Liston rematch, then him winning that belt back against Terrell.) At this Smithsonian Institute, a display of Ali's supposed "fight-worn" gloves. The gloves labeled as being from the George Foreman fight were red. Finally, the alarming number of times I've seen Ali's name misspelled in the press over the past few years by (presumably) professional writers. C'mon people, fact-checking something like that has got to be one of the dead simplest things a journalist could do these days.