Do you believe that the swarming/brawling boxers would transition much better to Kickboxing than boxers who relied more on movement and/or athletic ability? For example here's 5 guys I believe could of done very good in K1 in their primes due to their ability to get up close or just willingness to march through the storm to land their own shots: Mike Tyson Joe Frazier Rocky Marciano David Tua George Foreman Now these five guys would of had a big advantage in the boxing department as several K1 fighters did have sloppy boxing such as Peter Aerts, Remy Bonjasky, Francisco Filho, Ernesto Hoost etc Could those guys have been able to keep guys like Tyson, Marciano, Frazier etc At bay with with their kicks and much poorer boxing skills? Guys like Mike Bernardo, Mark Hunt, Ray Sefo and Jerome Le Banner were considered the best boxers in K1 and I feel that the boxers I listed could of done very well against them potentially due to their willingness to rely on boxing more than kicks. Jerome Le Banner lost to Francois Botha who was past his prime because he played Botha at his own game while guys like Remy Bonjasky relied on his kicks due to lack of boxing ability yet while he was able to get the win he struggled a lot against Botha. I believe kickboxers like Semmy Schilt and Rico Verhoeven would fare best against guys like a prime Tyson, Foreman, Frazier, Marciano etc Than a guy like Peter Aerts for example who while he was an absolute warrior I feel he would most likely get caught. Also I'd be 50/50 on Hoost and Bonjasky as they could definitely wins these fights but they could be potentially be overwhelmed, especially Hoost who did get knocked out a few times brutally.