Old Holyfield=Old Wladmir Vitali=Wilder Tua=Chisora Whyte=Oquendo Let's be honest here, setting aside Byrd's career at lower weights, his best wins stack up to Fury's. Hoylfield wasn't a long reigning champ like Wladmir, but Wladmir wasn't exactly taking on a murderers row late in his career. The Hoylfield Byrd beat wasn't any worse than the gunshy, hesitant Wladmir Fury beat (and Byrd's win was a lot more convincing). Vitali was in a similar position to Wilder at the time: a tall, strong, but fairly untested HW champion. Very surprising loss. Tua and Chisora were the hard hitting, pressure fighting, meat-head contenders who never quite managed to win the championship. Whyte was the #1 contender, Oquendo was #2 and neither guy lived up to the expectations. Can someone tell me what Fury accomplished that makes him an ATG when his resume seems to be on par with Chris Byrd??? I'm all ears.