Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by archdeacon99, Nov 10, 2018.
Vitali pulverizes anyone Louis fought.
The cowardly lion ran away day before stripping while same belt holder Deontay Wilder faced his younger rival three times, taking his medicine.
Louis destroys any win Vitali has. So what?
Louis does not, that's the thing.
It's not though, I'm afraid.
Who among Vitali victims would beat Louis?
Briggs and Sanders for sure. Maybe even Peter and Chisora.
And although he officially "lost" to Byrd, Vitali was actually winning and was way ahead on the cards when he got injured.
Byrd also beats Louis.
Louis beats Byrd and a faded Lewis. That is the thing.
Stopped reading here
Punch output too low.
Louis gets beat by all good/decent boxers from the 90s (like Mercer, Moorer, Briggs, Morrison, old Foreman, Tua etc)
The really good ones (Tyson, Lewis, Bowe, Holyfield) obliterate him in 2-3 rounds tops.
Not even if he fights them 100 times. Byrd outpoints him all night long. And Lewis obliterates him with the first punch he lands.
Right lol. Why am I sure you're being facetious lol?