Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Moggy94, May 11, 2022.
If Fury beats Usyk/Joshua winner, then I'd consider him the best since Lewis.
He threw 32, and landed................................1
I've never seen someone use Audley (or Ruiz) as a name to prop up a resume LOL
Ibragimov didn't accomplish a lot. He got flattened and failed to actually win his eliminator with Ray Austin and Wlad chose Austin instead. Sultan only made one defense against a guy (Holyfield) who was deemed medically unfit to fight in his own country and Sultan could only outpoint him. His fight with Wlad was so bad that HBO dropped WLAD for not finishing the limited Sultan and boring the pants off everyone.
Anyone hyping Ibragimov is a hipster. No one around then thought he was anything. It's complete revisionism.
And if you watch him, he WASN'T underrated. Look at the guys who drew with Ray Austin. That's the ACTUAL level of Sultan Ibragimov.
I watched them all live. I can't think of one that would put him in the top 10 over the last two decades.
Haye limited an Olympic gold medalist, coming off a Euro title win, to just one punch landed across 3 rounds before stopping him? Impressive feat! LOL
Imagine if Fury did something like that...
Yeah, you really nailed Haye on that one LOL
@Dubblechin Watch Whitaker vs Ibragimov.
I'll wreck a muffin top, top it off right in the face.
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I was wracking my brain for that word earlier today. Perfect example
David Haye is a joke doesn’t belong on there.
Watch Krasniqi vs Goofi a few months earlier.
That's why you rate Ibragimov in the top 5 of the last two decades? The Whitaker fight?
I'd take Krasniqi over Ibragimov, too.
@Dubblechin Ibragimov had very good technique. He had fast hands and decent power. It was very enjoyable to watch his fights.
Damn dude I really liked your list until u had Whyte stuck on there.
Audley Harrison was old when he fought Haye, and he never was very good. In the Olympics, he was competing against very soft opposition.
His opponents in olympics were
Alexei Lezin 27 years old
Oleksiy Mazikin 25 years old
Paolo Vidoz 29 years old
Mukhtarkhan Dildabekov 24 years old