The more that I watch film and reflect on his career, I'm not at all convinced that Lennox Lewis would be some kind of god among men in today's heavyweight division. I think we tend to remember Lewis' strengths and his great moments while ignoring his flaws and struggles. And I think that the usual subjective "Great" vs. "good" vs. "very good" categories that boxing fans use greatly exaggerate the differences in fighters' talent and quality. If a young Lewis were coming along today, I doubt that many here would assume that it was just a matter of time before he took over and completely dominated the division. Lewis would likely do extremely well today, but he'd probably face some tough challenges and scary moments, and he might even pick up a loss or two. And by extension, I also think that guys like Fury, Ortiz, Wilder, and Joshua could have done very well in Lewis' era (or any other era). What exactly is it about Lennox Lewis that supposedly makes him categorically different from and so much better than these fighters?