Who are the top ten greatest Heavyweights since 2005?

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  1. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    David Price's entire reputation was based on his win over Audley.

    During training camp for that fight, Harrison brought the unrated Wilder over for five weeks to spar with because Wilder was tall. Harrison said Wilder hit him so hard during one session, Audley thought his eye had detached from his skull Sparring was cancelled for two of the five weeks.
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    You're welcome, David Price.
     
  2. Perkin Warbeck

    Perkin Warbeck Fire and Blood Full Member

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    Wow, very soft opposition.
     
  3. Dubblechin

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    You clearly don't know who Alexei Lezin is. I'm embarrased for you.
     
  4. Perkin Warbeck

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    He's someone who never made it in pro boxing. I remember he lost to Wladimir Klitschko in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta.
     
  5. Dubblechin

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    Again, embarrassed for you. Alexei Lezin and "soft" aren't words that belong in any sentence.
     
  6. Antsu

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    Vidoz beat Calvin Brock and Samuel Peter in same olympics.
    Lezin olympic bronze, world champion and 3 time european champion.
    All of those four have good careers in olympic style boxing witch you obviously have to have to even be in olympics
     
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  7. Dubblechin

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    And beat Vitali multiple times, beat Wlad, beat Valuev, beat Liakhovich (multiple times) ... basically everyone brought up in this thread who fought as an amateur in the 90s lost to Lezin.

    Not someone who you'd describe as "soft."
     
  8. Perkin Warbeck

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    Well, he couldn't have been a good fighter in 2000 if he lost to the likes of Audrey Harrison.

    What is Harrison's best win as a pro boxer? What is Lezin's?
     
  9. GGGfans

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    1- Wlad
    2- Fury
    3- Joshua
    4- Povetkin (never had a title but he has better wins than Wilder and Vitali)
    5- Wilder
     
  10. drenlou

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    Ibragimov number 5? Im not sure he even ranks higher than Former light heavyweight turned heavyweight Tomasz Adamek.
     
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  11. Dubblechin

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    Don't stop. Keep going.

    If you keep writing about fighters you don't know anything about, I'm sure it'll all work out.

    Here's another shovel, keep digging.
     
  12. Dubblechin

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    Seems to be a trend today.
     
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  13. James Hudson

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    I dont think Lezin fought as a pro
     
  14. Jackal

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    You clearly don't know much about Harrison or his career LOL