Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by El Hans, Jun 4, 2019.
Vitali very close decision.
Someone did an interview with them both on this topic, Evander thinks he would win of course. Vitali was all respect for Evander. 2 ATG's and 2 of my personal favorites showing great class.
I cant see evander winning rounds here
Vitali was a monster
You must be joking...., Holyfield has one of the best resumes in Heavyweight history. How about giving Riddick Bowe his first loss?? Wobbled by Tyson that’s a good joke, he destroyed Tyson. Lost A close one to Moorer and then came back and destroyed him in the rematch. You mentioned Holmes and Foreman and then said they were stopped by average punchers before????? Do you actually watch boxing???
Picking Vitali is fine but if you think Holyfield beat no one then Vitali definitely didn’t beat anyone. C’mon man.
Foreman being stopped by Young was the funniest thing I read here i think he's just taking choice haters comments from the general forum.
Only thing that stopped Foreman was Foreman.
On a side note.
I give Holyfiled a better chance than most ATG against Vitali. He is one fighter that almost gets to 50/50 against him. The other ones, and I am holding my nose saying it.
Riddick Bowe, and perhaps Foreman. Dempsey and Evander are close runs, none I would favor, but they have the style to compete.
You have to be a great inside fighter, and big enough to not allow Vitali to out muscle you into a clinch on the inside.
He outboxes, outfoxes and outmaneuvers a game Klitshcko.
It would be quite the scrap though.
All your posts are quite unbelievable.you might have forgotten Lewis in the list even by your standards.
Holyfield. Better movement, better skills.
I did not forget Lewis. He is a great match in his prime. He was losing to Vitali, and if the cut had not happened Vitali would have won. IMO
Cannot see how vitali would win this, his best proof win is Sanders, a nobody in Holyfields time even though he was back then prime.
This is about it i think.
We do not know what would have happened. We do know that an out of shape and past prime Lewis won fair and square.