worst boxing beat down you have seen?

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  1. carl.panzram

    carl.panzram New Member Full Member

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    i wanted to post footage of a old fight (website wont let me post it) idk who the fighters are and was wondering if anyone may know.
    its black and white footage, for the last 19 seconds of the fight he lands so many blows its insanse, the other fighter is out on his feet in the corner been supported by the ropes and the agressor looks at the ref to stop the fight but the ref doesent so he continues his assualt before the ref stops it. any ideas haha
     
  2. Skins

    Skins Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Maybe Ike Williams vs Beau Jack?
     
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  3. moneytheman12

    moneytheman12 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    are we including a handful of punches to end it or like jack
     
  4. Greb & Papke 707

    Greb & Papke 707 Active Member Full Member

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    Max Bear vs primo carnara or Dempsey vs Wliiard…both one sided massacres
     
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  5. RulesMakeItInteresting

    RulesMakeItInteresting Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Lewis vs Tyson. Mike was done after the first round. Toward the end it verged on torture porn, painful for me to watch.
     
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  6. Eddie Ezzard

    Eddie Ezzard Well-Known Member Full Member

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    For me a beatdown is a systematic dismantling of steady punishment, growing slightly by the round but with no particular round looking hugely worse than the others.

    In my lfetime, the most complete beatdowns I can think of are; Duran - Moore, Hagler - Sibson, Tyson - Biggs, Toney - Barkley, Bowe - Gonzalez and Chavez - everyone but most notably Rosario, Mayweather 2,Taylor, Haugen and Camacho.

    Julio's lack of true one punch blowout power cost all those men a whole lot of hurt and Julio had the stamina and the single-minded focus to just keep going at the same pace, pouring on the pain.
     
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  7. djanders

    djanders Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Holmes vs. Cobb was such a beat down that it made Cosell quit broadcasting professional fights...at least that's what Howard said. As for Cobb, he invited Larry out for a beer after the fight.
     
  8. carl.panzram

    carl.panzram New Member Full Member

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    thankyou! it was :)
     
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  9. GoldenHulk

    GoldenHulk Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Vitali vs Shannon Briggs.
     
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  10. Pugguy

    Pugguy Active Member Full Member

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    Yeah, that was one hell of a beat down. No disrespect to Cobb, but for Homes, it was literally like punching a heavy bag for all he was worth over 15 rds. The bag might swing this way and that but it NEVER goes away. At times it almost appeared AS IF Holmes was thinking - “okay, what do I do next? Alright, for want of a better idea, I’ll just keep punching.”

    Though he took it I thought Cobb appeared a bit distressed (just mentally/emotionally) due to the punishment he took. Not a KO puncher per se but Holmes could still hit very hard.
     
  11. Ken Ashcroft

    Ken Ashcroft Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Holmes beating on a shot Ali for 10 rounds was the worst and most painful to watch beat down.
     
  12. Pugguy

    Pugguy Active Member Full Member

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    Johnson v Jeffries.

    Though a beating is understood, unless you look closely, the older film might not convey the true degree of the beating (via 4 or 5 ounce gloves) or it’s reality is somehow lost due to being so far back in time.

    Even several days after the fight, reporters allowed to interview Jeff had to be cautioned as to the still swollen, misshapen appearance of Jeffries face (possibly having gotten even worse after the fight).

    And, it seems, Jeffries was still not fully 100% cognisant or properly ordered in his thoughts when answering questions.
     
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  13. NoNeck

    NoNeck Pugilist Specialist Full Member

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    In person, probably Jermell Charlo v. Charles Hatley or jJermall Charlo v. Hugo Centeno Jr.
     
  14. Pugguy

    Pugguy Active Member Full Member

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    It was terrible. I don’t necessarily buy Holmes’ claim that he took it easy later in the fight for humane purposes. Even when Ali was badly hurt at points later in the fight, I believe Holmes was trying hard for an outright KO. When he couldn’t achieve that, Holmes was only left with beating up on Ali some more and he had to know that whatever the fans thought of him before, they would think far worse of him unless he backed off a bit at least for appearances.

    At least in my eyes, for very much the greater part of the fight, Larry fully beat on Ali and tried for a KO when he thought Ali was ripe for same.

    That’s no criticism on Larry in terms of how he fought. That was his job and due right but I just don’t believe he eased on the pedal as much as he claimed. He really wanted to wipe the shadow of Ali from his own (Larry’s) career.
     
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  15. quintonjacksonfan

    quintonjacksonfan Active Member Full Member

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