Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by EddieLima, Jun 29, 2022.
Michael Moorer is a lock for me.
He is there. Look again
There is nothing international about the IBHOF when Dariusz Michalcewski is left out and a man
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to unify the light heavyweight titles was voted in.
They should rename it ABHOF (American Boxing Hall of Fame).
As for #5 I think it should be one of these three: Israel Vasquez, Henry Maske or Mikkel Kessler
I meant NO to him entering the Hall of Fame.
Hatton will get in due to his popularity although his resume and achievements are lacking compared to other fighters.
I’d personally have
Agree with your Top 4.
Totally agree, If just one win against a great are enough to deserve a HOF then Iran Barkley and Steve Collins should be included. Think this short list is a bit too long
Taylor, Hernandez, Benn, Eubank and Lockridge. How many usually get in?
3 get in but the people who choose can choose up to 5
Kessler doesn’t belong in the hall of fame.Apart from his great win over Froch,his next best wins are Anthony Mundine and Markus beyer
It's unfortunate how a poor decision or two can prevent you from making it in, especially when you consistently show that you can operate on that level, are exciting, and become a legitimate Champion.
I agree 100% with your picks and especially like the Chris John pick! Moorer would be my five but I'm not sure that I think he is a hall of famer. Then again, he was a belt holder at 175 that became the first southpaw heavyweight champion and then regained his title after losing to an atg in Foreman. Maske was pretty darn good as well.