Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Boxingiq2020, Jan 23, 2023.
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Kell Brook..oh sorry we are talking about boxing.
Hagler of course
Thought he was purely orthodox.
The Fitzsimmons Shift!
Tyson Fury is the only switch hitting heavyweight in the history of the sport which also correlates to him to being best looking boxer of all time.
Oh yeh ok. But I imagine Hagler could box all night as either righty/left/both. Can’t imagine too many fighters doing that.
Hagler by far. The man created unfathomable angled mid-combination.
Pep utilized southpaw stance very efficiently as well. Changing stances from round to round is extremely overrated. Going from one to the other to open new options is the real deal.
Livingstone Bramble should be on the list, he switched between Southpaw and Orthodox so naturally one of the best.
Jersey Joe Walcott.
Granted switch-hitting adds a lot to Fury's mystique.
Was Jersey Joe Walcott 6'8" 270 pounds or was he basically a middleweight?