Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Boxing2019, Jan 16, 2021.
Why he's one of My favorites
Going with Chavez
Arguello had a nice left hook to the body but the one I actually like more was his right uppercut. He would set up a lot of shots upstairs with that right uppercut to the midsection. Pedroza had a similar punch, but it was often to the testicles instead of the midsection.
Canelo”s Meat vendor
Jack Daniels for sure lol
Micky Ward deserves a lot of love. As good at throwing the left hook as about anyone I've seen, but I preferred Hatton. Ricky wasn't quite as sharp with the left, but he wasn't far off and he was much more versatile in his selection and setups. His stoppage of Peacock was one of the coolest body-punching combinations I can recall. To answer the question, though, it has to be one of the whiskeys. I would like to see a comprehensive study done on old fighters to see who stopped the most guys. I thought I heard that Armstrong stopped around twenty or so, but I don't know.
Inoue is a disrespect to that list
Where is the option for beer? Lol
Easy pick Chaves, never seen a boxer blasting the liver like him.