I meant to say five losses. I left out Norton. It was very late when I wrote that. But thanks for agreeing. The biggest names Lewis beat (Tyson, Holyfield, Vitali) were certainly comparable all-time to the biggest names Ali beat. And Lewis entered the pro ranks coming off a huge win over a Hall of Fame World Heavyweight Champ for the Gold Medal, he ended his career with a Heavyweight Title win over a Hall of Fame World Heavyweight Champ ... and he beat every man he fought as a pro in between them. That's tough to dismiss. When talking about Ali, people become so used to just going "he also fought Folley, Quarry, Lyle, Shavers" ... well, Lewis also beat guys like Morrison, Bruno, Ruddock, Tua, Golota ... he didn't split fights with any of them. Lewis didn't ask his corner to stop any of his fights just before the other guy quit. He didn't tell his corner to cut off the gloves because he was panicking. He didn't lose his title to a guy with six wins and a draw! I always smile when some new fan picks up the sport and they come on a board and start talking about ALi fights they just watched and they're scratching their heads like "this guy was the best?" And people have to make excuses like "well, he missed his best years." At some point, people just watch the fights and believe what they see.