Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by SuzieQ49, May 14, 2019.
Maybe, but this thread is anything under 190.
Qawi`s power was nothing like Frazier`s, Foster just couldn`t take a heavyweight punch, Spinks wasn`t that robust at heavy either and Qawi`s punches didn`t have that much effect on him, Frazier`s punches would have destroyed Spinks.
I feel Foster would have stoped Haye at 190, he had better offensive skills and Haye was stopped by Carl Thompson who couldn`t even stop Chris Eubank who had stated his career at middle.
Haye was green as hell in that fight though. He improved a lot in the next years and became a champion.
I feel Foster would have beaten every fighter Haye fought at cruiser.
Dempsey, Langford, marcianol is the answer
Well, I wouldn't go so far as to say he would hospitalize some of them.
Only make them look foolish.
I don`t think Roy could have got many KO`s at 190.
Would love to hear why you have 7 people above Marciano, especially 1 that he beat 2x and one that Louis stated he would beat
Must be in a masochistic mood.
This forum taught me more about taking a hit than all of my time with boxing
He got KOs in around 10 out of 14 bouts at LHW, previous day weigh-in, so at a fighting weight of 184 - 188.
Besides, he wouldn't necessarily need KOs.
Floyd only had one real KO at WW but close to a dozen dominant decisions.
I'd put him even with Patterson TBH. Fast AF, smart too, but couldn't deal with big persistent punchers.
Toney would probably stop Foster late. James had underrated power and Bob had a questionable chin. Not that James would need to imo.