I didn't take part because I somehow missed that this poll was going on. Us old guys sometimes miss things around us. I think it was a great idea and job by Rummy and a fine list overall. As an outsider, I have a couple of nitpicks. Tyson in the top 30 of all fighters I find weird and unjustifiable. I don't have a big problem with Hearns making the top 30, but I do have a problem with rating him over Hagler. Hearns fought in weight classes both below and above Hagler, but lost badly to Hagler at middle. It appears to me a fighter was penalized if his weight remained stable and so dominated one division rather than moving through several and being less dominating. Who should have made this top 30 and didn't. My top candidate would be Fighting Harada, a double champion who was almost a triple champion and handed Eder Jofre his only two career defeats. He should replace Tyson. I was interested in who had multiple victories over the top 30 guys. two men beaten: Oscar De La Hoya--Whitaker and Chavez Marvin Hagler--Duran and Hearns Jack Johnson--Langford and Fitzsimmons Harry Greb--Tunney and Walker Ezzard Charles--Louis and Moore Three men beaten: Sugar Ray Leonard--Duran, Hearns, Hagler Jimmy McLarnin--Benny Leonard, Ross, Canzoneri Rocky Marciano--Louis, Charles, Moore Did I miss someone? Top ten only. Two wins: Jack Johnson Rocky Marciano All but Johnson and Charles of the men who beat two of the top 30 also lost to someone in the top 30. Of the men who beat three of the top 30, Leonard lost to Duran and had a draw with Hearns. McLarnin lost twice to Ross and once to Canzoneri. Marciano is unique in going 4-0 against the #5, #10, & #13 men and knocking them all out without losing to anyone. Looking at it this way does make a case that he perhaps should have been in the top 30 despite a short career.