MUST WATCH BOXING SURVEY - FINAL RESULTS

Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by Rumsfeld, Aug 7, 2020.

  1. Ra's Al-Ghul

    Ra's Al-Ghul The one and only! banned Full Member

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    Well I do soon, probably will be numbered Marciano vs. Walcott I as first and that on top my number 5 maybe (there could be Corrales vs. Castillo I and Graziano vs. Zale II between), also could be from the number Jones vs. Lebedev a little bit higher (as it was more competitive than Mosley vs. Margarito or even Barrera vs. Hamed and Schmeling vs. Louis I). The two Super-Middleweight bouts could get the lowest number, or I replace one for Pavlik (just as can be Freitas vs. Barrios in it). Salido had also some more classics (vs. Martinez) as Miura has too. And I'm not sure if I keep Lyakowitsch in it or substitute him for Krasniqi instead. Marquez vs. Diaz I will I put on a higher number possible as well, maybe just one push off between Maidana vs. Ortiz and this.
     
  2. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I’ve ordered my list, took one fight out and added one in its place. I may make further changes in time but this will be the base from which I work if I do.

    Thanks to @Rumsfeld for this.
     
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  3. Ra's Al-Ghul

    Ra's Al-Ghul The one and only! banned Full Member

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    How can be Lufcrazy be rated, when he didn't fill the task? He only wrote either the first name or the last name of each boxer. So there is no complette boxer let alone fight listed by whom. We can't be even certain who he meant, in few of the matches!

    The same to William Walker, who only used surnames (how do we know which Spinks is meant, out of the three?).
     
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  4. Jel

    Jel Reserving the right to be inconsistent Full Member

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    @Rumsfeld can I just double check something with you?

    Does it matter to you whether the lists have v, v., vs or vs. between the names and whether a fight number is described by number or roman numerals?

    I noticed in your example that you used vs and not v so I updated my list to match your style. I had already used numbers, which matched your example, not roman numerals so didn't change that.

    Just checking whether that matters to you for your formatting purposes.
     
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  5. Rumsfeld

    Rumsfeld Moderator Staff Member

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    No. v, v., vs. What I really need is lists numbered and ordered, and the first and last names of the winner and loser, with winner names first. The reason for this is it makes logging the data flow much quicker and more efficiently. And especially with this survey - it's even more involved, so I need a logical way to input the data so I can avoid any confusion on my end.

    And whether it's 3 or III doesn't matter. As long as the correct fight is being identified.
     
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  6. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I will check that I have winners first. In a multi-fight series I go with who won the series first so I’ll make sure (if they split it’s just which one comes to mind first).

    EDIT: I think mine is correctly formatted now.
     
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  7. salsanchezfan

    salsanchezfan Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I meant to start this already but just got my three girls a puppy. Spending all my time acclimating them all. Bit tired.
     
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  8. Crazy Horse 23

    Crazy Horse 23 Ghost of ESB Past Full Member

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    Crazy Horse 23

    1. Sugar Ray Leonard vs Thomas Hearns I
    2. Joe Frazier vs Muhammad Ali I
    3. Aaron Pryor vs Alexis Arguello I
    4. Marvin Hagler vs Thomas Hearns
    5. Larry Holmes vs Ken Norton
    6. Diego Corrales vs Jose Luis Castillo I
    7. George Foreman vs Ron Lyle
    8. Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier III
    9. Roberto Duran vs Sugar Ray Leonard I
    10. Archie Moore vs Yvon Durelle I
    11. Rocky Marciano vs Jersey Joe Walcott I
    12. Julio Caesar Chavez vs Meldrick Taylor I
    13. Evander Holyfield vs Mike Tyson I
    14. Chris Eubank vs Michael Watson II
    15. Bernard Hopkins vs Felix Trinidad
    16. Nigel Benn vs Gerald McClellan
    17. Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Yaqui Lopez I
    18. Riddick Bowe vs Evander Holyfield I
    19. Simon Brown vs Tyrone Trice I
    20. Carlos Monzon vs Bennie Briscoe II
    21. Eric Morales vs Marco Antonio Barrera I
    22. Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko
    23. Marlon Starling vs Lloyd Honeyghan
    24. Salvador Sanchez vs Danny Lopez I
    25. James "Buster" Douglas vs Mike Tyson
     
  9. William Walker

    William Walker Boxing Addict Full Member

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  10. William Walker

    William Walker Boxing Addict Full Member

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    i like some of your unorthodox mentions and ranking
     
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  11. lufcrazy

    lufcrazy requiescat in pace Full Member

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    I wrote the first and last names of both boxers as far as I can tell.

    Just number your list ffs.
     
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  12. Ra's Al-Ghul

    Ra's Al-Ghul The one and only! banned Full Member

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    Errm... this doesn't look so.

    But I did it already few week ago.
    But I'm not sure if a participation makes sense, as the is the suspicion of bias in the scoring (because you are influenced in it and have tight connections to the creater of this topic).
     
  13. lufcrazy

    lufcrazy requiescat in pace Full Member

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    That's not my list lmao.
     
  14. Crazy Horse 23

    Crazy Horse 23 Ghost of ESB Past Full Member

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    Thank you. I figure, if this is a list to get someone to love boxing, then some of the more contemporary guys deserve a viewing too. Boxing is past and present and there are a multitude of things to appreciate.
     
  15. William Walker

    William Walker Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Actually, I was thinking more of Muhammad-Lopez I, Monzon-Briscoe II, and Starling-Honeyghan. I can't see many people putting them up that high.
     
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