"The Best I Faced" Edition - RING MAGAZINE

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  1. Pimp C

    Pimp C Free The Guys! F 12 & Goofies Stay Dangerous! Full Member

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    Here's what you said about each fighter I listed

    Tank weight bully hypejob who got beat up and lost to Cruz

    Shakur feather fisted boring weight bully

    Haney glass jawed hypejob weight bully feather fisted and boring

    Crawford weight bully who was almost stopped by Gamboa overrated hypejob

    Spence Weight bully who ducked pac not good and overrated.

    Wilder glass jawed bum who can't box

    Charlos weight bullies who can't fight and never beat anyone.

    You've said this or something close to this about every one of these fighters multiple times. Yet you don't have an agenda?
     
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  2. m.s.

    m.s. Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Clottey said he had bad diarrhea for that fight. He couldn't wait for the fight to be over.
     
  3. Boxed Ears

    Boxed Ears this my daddy's account (RIP daddy) Full Member

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    The version of ODLh who has fought'd Pacquiao is probably the most underratedest fighter ever.
     
  4. turbotime

    turbotime Future Hall Of Famer Full Member

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    We all know Pac isn't the brightest, and is a big Oskee fan himself.
     
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  5. turbotime

    turbotime Future Hall Of Famer Full Member

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    Mike Tyson (2014)

    Does he have any regrets in his boxing career?

    “I would have liked to fight George Foreman,” Tyson told The Ring. “There have been many fans who wondered who was the bigger puncher. I would have liked to put an end to the discussion – one way or the other.”

    Tyson (50-6, 44 knockouts) agreed to speak to The Ring about the best he faced in 10 key categories:

    BEST JAB
    Tony Tucker: I had to be certain to slip well to keep from getting tagged.

    BEST DEFENSE
    Larry Holmes: I have to say Larry Holmes even though I did win inside the distance. He was very tough to hit cleanly.

    FASTEST HANDS
    Tony Tubbs: Tony Tubbs had the fastest hands. I was surprised how quick he let go with those combinations. And he was not afraid to throw them.

    FASTEST FEET
    Mitch Green: I think Mitch Green had the fastest feet. It was very tough to set up near him and throw big shots.

    BEST CHIN
    Jose Ribalta: I hit Jose Ribalta with everything, and he took everything and kept coming back for more.

    SMARTEST
    Holmes: Larry Holmes was the smartest of all. It comes with being a champion for seven years.

    STRONGEST
    Ribalta: Jose Ribalta stood toe to toe with me. He was very strong in the clinches.

    BEST PUNCHER
    Holyfield: He threw terrific shots with both hands and with bad intentions.

    BEST BOXER
    Tucker: He had an excellent jab, moved well and was very tough to hit clean.

    BEST OVERALL
    Holyfield: Great champion: chin, heart, determination, work ethic, demeanor.


    Cool Iron Mike right here.
     
  6. sasto

    sasto Boxing Addict Full Member

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    It's well known that everyone gives crazy responses to BIF, but they're interesting anyway.
     
  7. Nonito Smoak

    Nonito Smoak Ioka>Lomo, sorry my dudes Full Member

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    I remember reading the Pac interview/list when it came out and would put a fiver that it was before the Floyd fight... But memory be swiss cheese these days so its just a fiver.