Again you prove you're a hypocrite. Early in our back and forth you said that "ATG" isn't about hypothetical H2H ability but about accomplishments and fighting the best, I agree. Holyfield was great but he was a former 190 pounder at a massive size, strength and power disadvantage and Bowe went 2-1 with him in three wars, along with being bashed up by Golota and ducking Lewis. His next best opponent may be light punching backfoot boxer Larry Donald, who didn't show much heart for battle and got destroyed by Vitali. Or perhaps it's Golota, who was KO'd in 1-2 rounds by Lewis, Tyson, Brewster and Ray Austin... Fury has more great heavyweight moments and fights than Bowe: round 12 of Fury-Wilder 1 was one of the great rounds and moments in heavyweight history (especially amazing considering the fight took place within 6 months of the Seferi comeback exhibition), Wlad and Wilder 2 were two of the greatest ever heavyweight performances and Fury-Wilder 3 was one of the greatest ever heavyweight fights, to cap off one of the greatest trilogies. All of these fights were on the road, Fury was the B-side and Fury was the underdog in 3 of 4, against two of the biggest punchers in heavyweight history, who were 6'5+, athletic and historically long-reigning champions and he went 3-0-1. Fury is already greater than Bowe, by any objective measure. Bowe was almost exactly 2 years younger than Lewis in the Olympics, 21 vs 23. But it doesn't excuse Bowe never fighting Lewis when they were the clear top 2 heavyweights ability-wise for several years. You can't criticise Fury for ducking (the era isn't even over: the Usyk fight could well happen this year) and then defend Bowe with any real logical consistency. You don't like modern fighters, don't rate them (or pretend not to) and you love fighters from 30-50-70 years ago, duckers or not. Just admit it.