In the long annals of the sport, few have ever regularly broke their opponents bones along with training equipment. Cuevas, at least to me, stands among other fighters of phenomenal power from throughout history. Luminaries like Julian Jackson, Bob Foster, or Bob Fitzsimmons. Literal killer punchers that would at least put you into another dimension of time and space as Rod Serling would say, and at worst (and perhaps with smaller gloves) would legitimately put you in a box. As for breaking bones, you can't not mention banger Jeff Simms breaking Tyrell Biggs collarbone with a punch. Freaky. Cuevas had a legendary and lengthy championship run, and almost everything he ever accomplished as a fighter came down to his power and whether or not he could blow his opponent out of the water. I'm curious just how he accomplished it. What made him so exceptionally dangerous?