Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Mister Scrufiziding, Feb 11, 2021.
Stephen Smith v Gary Buckland was a lovely one shot KO
Azumah Nelson v Pat Cowell
Benn v Logan
If you've never seen it, check out Steve "Sammy" Sims v Jimmy Flint.
Prescott v Khan.
Canelo v Khan
Joshua v whyte
Pacman v Hatton
Lee Selby v Stephen Smith
Smith was the home fighter, the favourite and the one with the backing, Selby rocked up, walked into the ring to the sound of Big L, dropped and stopped Stephen and then stood over him like Ali did against Liston. Beautiful.
Prescott vs. Alvarado
Castillo vs. Corrales
Whyte vs. Povetkin
Chisora vs. Takam
Chisora vs. Szpilka
Indongo icing Troyanovsky
I remember that night, great ko and loved the cheeky step over. Not sure if there was bad blood there but great moment
I always loved Tysons KO of Botha
Tommy Hearns (one of my all time favourites) starching Duran. The epitomy of sheer brutality.
Nunn wiping put Sumbu Kalambay. An excellent fighter getting absolutely stiffed into oblivion right of the blue.
One of the saddest was Herol Graham giving Jackson a boxing lesson, Jackson a eye closing and looking on the verge when he pulls out one of the come from behind KO's ever!
Another sad moment but tinged with incredible determination. Eubank Snr. KO'ing Watson. A desperately sad ending but, what an uppercut. Just a real shame that two true warriors of the ring were never the same again.
Watson wasn’t KO’d, but one of the greatest shots ever.
I think Naz said Eubanks KO of Herol Graham in the first round in Wincobank was the best punch he ever saw.
Mike Barrett said Eubanks KO of Aquilina was the best punch he ever saw from a British fighter
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Not that it really matters but that count is ridiculous
Forgot to add Eubank Jr vs. Yildrim. That was brutal.