Your 3 favorite fights from your favorite fighter

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  1. robert ungurean

    robert ungurean Богдан Full Member

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    Arguello

    Escalera 1-2
    Mancini

    Holmes

    Norton
    Shavers 2
    Cooney

    Duran

    DeJesus 3
    Palomeno
    Moore
    Lampkin

    Franklin

    Kate's
    Johnson 1-2

    Hagler

    Sibbo
    Mugabi
    Vito 1

    Marques

    Paden
    Katsidis
    Diaz

    Chacon

    Boza 1-2
    Limon 4
    I can go on and on lol
     
  2. DJN16

    DJN16 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Yeah the man will go down as a major what if?

    Even though he was a great fighter.
     
  3. thanosone

    thanosone I Am Eternal Full Member

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    Sanchez vs Gomez
    Sanchez vs Goemes
    Sanchez vs Gowmesz
     
  4. Balder

    Balder Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Duran vs Leonard 1
    Duran Vs Palomino
    Duran vs Barkley
     
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  5. Arminius1

    Arminius1 Member Full Member

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    Mathew Saad Muhammad

    Against Marvin Camel 1
    Against Marvin Johnson 1
    Against Yaqua Lopez 1
     
  6. JohnThomas1

    JohnThomas1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Thomas Hearns

    1. Pipino Cuevas - Pipino's brutal reign of destruction comes to a crushing end. Has there ever been a more devastating combination of power and speed and cat like reflex on display? It was as if Hearns had been constructed in a laboratory this night so telling and frightening were his physical gifts.

    2. Roberto Duran - In the conversation for most impressive KO in the history of boxing given what Duran had done not only prior, but also thereafter. Duran was virtually impossible to knock out yet Hearns turned the trick with ease on this shocking night in 1984.

    3. Wilfredo Benitez - Benitez gave SRL one very tough night and had only got stronger since moving up one division north. In his previous outing he had comprehensively outboxed and outfought Roberto Duran and many were starting to think he could outbox and outslick Marvin Hagler for a record fourth world title. Hearns put paid to that with precise tactical restraint and no shortage of speed and skill despite breaking his vaunted right hand in the mid rounds.
     
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  7. JohnThomas1

    JohnThomas1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Greg Page

    1. Gerrie Coetzee - Page, at the crossroads again, stands flatfooted and outfights Coetzee while shaking off any amount of tremendous right hands with aplomb while landing many of his own underrated right hand bombs to leave Coetzee a crumpled unconscious mass on the canvas.

    2. Renaldo Snipes - Has a lot less drama getting past Snipes than either Holmes or Witherspoon had. An in form Snipes comfortably outboxed despite Page easing off the pedal late.

    3. Marty Monroe - In his 15th pro fight and first against a world class opponent Page overwhelms the Ring #7 rated heavyweight with his great combination of speed and power.
     
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  8. JohnThomas1

    JohnThomas1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Edwin Rosario

    1. Livingstone Bramble - Coming off a hotly disputed loss to Hector Camacho Rosario takes on the P4P #3 and highly regarded Livingstone Bramble. Rosario completely dismantles Bramble in a completely dominant two round execution. Rosario shows he is in the conversation when it comes to the greatest puncher in 135 pound history.

    2. Hector Camacho - Rosario hurts Camacho multiple times with single punches and has him looking more like a track star than boxer while taking him to a hotly disputed decision. Many believe Rosario's stunning power turned a switch in Camacho this night, one that was never flipped again.

    3. Howard Davis Jr - Davis is one of the two fastest boxers on the planet and in the form of his life after deciding to move less and punch with more authority. Davis has not been beaten in four years but Rosario drops him early and late to win a close decision in a very well contested fight.
     
  9. Sangria

    Sangria You bleed like Mylee Full Member

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    Tyson -vs- Ruddock
    Tyson -vs- Berbick
    Tyson -vs- Holmes

    Honorable Mention: Tyson -vs- Tucker.
     
  10. The Morlocks

    The Morlocks Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Roberto Duran
    1 DeJesus 1974
    2. Bizarro
    3. Suzuki
     
  11. RulesMakeItInteresting

    RulesMakeItInteresting Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Love him.
     
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