THESE ARE THE ROUGH ESTIMATE OF PUNCHES LANDED BY HW'S OF THE 1990S. Holy landed 242 Bowe Landed 357 Tyson 246 Ruddock 124 Ibeabuchi 332 Tua 282 HW's punches landed of the past 10 years. Wilder 71 Fury84 Joshua 90 Povetkin 47 Joshua 139 Parker 101 Fury 86 Klitschko 52 Haye was credited for landing 72 against Klitschko. 98 against Valuev Give or take a dozen that compubox or punchstats may have missed/added, there seams to be a steady decline in punches thrown and landed by today's HW's. Why? Is it based on better defense? Or no DOGS in today's ring? I don't think Fury can clinch or dance or jab his way from a crazed slugger like Marciano, damn his height, he was constantly throwing, same with a small Tua to Tyson. The lateral movement of Holyfield, while throwing is rarely seen today. Seams like AJ, Fury, Wladimir likes to be set to throw. Wilder does want to throw, but wow, his accuracy or lack thereof reminds me of the Green Bay Packers QuarterBack Gunslinger Brett Favre. When he scored a TD, they were bombs, but he also threw more Interceptions than a muthatrucker. Meaning his accuracy was for crap. Neither Fury nor Wilder impress me as being able to deal with virtually any HW from the past era. While I think Wladimir could've clinched his way to a decision against some past greats.....The Wilder Fury fight had me puzzled. They both were horrible in the landing category. yes Fury was cagey, but he had a windmill-one-trick- pony in front of him. Ali threw while moving. I can only but flip the script and question, if Fury is such a better boxer than Wilder, then why couldn't he land 100 punches against him? How could he have been hit just as many times? Their difference was a dozen punches?