Once again we have a monster from the 1910s-1920s Leo Houck was a boxer who fought in all available weight divisions. He started out as a flyweight when he was 16 years old and went all the way to heavyweight and fought the likes of Gene Tunney there, no less. He beat greats such as Jack Dillon x2, Jack Britton x1, Battling Levinsky x3, and Billy Papke x1. He beat other Hall of famers as well. He also fought the likes of Greb x3, Tunney x2 and Mike Gibbons x2. He was even one of Jack Dempsey's sparring partners. He debatably held the world Middleweight championship from 1911-1912 after defeating Harry Lewis, who had claimed it. He "lost" this claim to Jack Dillon, though neither officially had it (Lineal rules are so weird man) He ended his career with an 11 fight win streak, coming out of retirement 2 times, the final time at the age of 38. After doing this loose research I thought he was clearly top 100 p4p worthy, and I currently have him sat at #84. But while looking through McGrain's and Crowcroft's lists, I couldn't find him anywhere. Is he not top 100 worthy? Where does everyone here rank him?