Your current top ten heavyweights?

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  1. Austinboxing

    Austinboxing British Boxing fan Full Member

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    My list is currently

    1. Tyson Fury
    2. Olexander Usky
    3. Deontay Wilder
    4. Anthony Joshua
    5. Dylan Whyte
    6. Joe Joyce
    7. Joseph Parker
    8. Daniel Dubois
    9. Derick Chisora
    10. Andy Ruiz Jr
     
  2. GGGfans

    GGGfans Active Member Full Member

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    1- Fury
    2- Usyk
    3- Joshua
    4- Ruiz
    5- Wilder
    6- Joyce
    7- Parker
    8- Whyte
    9- Hunter
    10- Bakole
     
  3. JoalBoxing

    JoalBoxing New Member Full Member

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    Solid one

    I’ll trade chisora for hrgovic and put him at number 8

    9. Ruiz
    10. Dubois
     
  4. Austinboxing

    Austinboxing British Boxing fan Full Member

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    I thought about Hrgovic but I haven’t actually seen him fight though I have heard of him so I didn’t include him.
     
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  5. Boxing Gloves

    Boxing Gloves Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Fury
    Usyk
    AJ
    Wilder
    Ruiz
    Joyce
    Hrgovic
    Ortiz
    Whyte
    Parker
     
  6. DramaShow

    DramaShow 18 Full Member

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    1. Tyson Fury
    2. Oleksandr Usyk (only below Fury because he has only had 3 fights at heavyweight)
    3. Anthony Joshua
    4. Deontay Wilder
    5. Dillian Whyte (not sure if he has the hunger to beat the guys below him now though(
    6. Joseph Parker
    7. Andy Ruiz Jr
    8. Joe Joyce
    9. Martin Bakole
    10. Frank Sanchez (not sure why he isn't on more lists)
     
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  7. CST80

    CST80 De Omnibus Dubitandum: Reject The New Normal Staff Member

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    Because he's ****.
     
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  8. Perkin Warbeck

    Perkin Warbeck Fire and Blood Full Member

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    Many will disagree, but here is mine:

    1. Usyk
    2. Joshua
    3. Joyce
    4. Wilder
    5. Makhmudov
    6. Sanchez
    7. Hrgovic
    8. Bakole
    9. Dubois
    10. Jalalov

    Some badly-needed new blood here. Fury is retired. Chisora is faded and was mediocre at his best, Ruiz is a slow-footed fatty, Ortiz is old as Methuselah, Whyte is no good, Parker has become craven and backs out of fights.
     
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  9. JoalBoxing

    JoalBoxing New Member Full Member

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    Actually i only watched his last fight, but i think he’s pretty good, good size as well. Would like to see him fight joe joyce, i think it will be exciting
     
  10. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Based on their records and proved in the ring rather "eye test":

    1. Usyk
    2. AJ
    3. Fury
    4. Whyte
    5. Parker
    6. Ruiz
    7. Hunter
    8. Pulev
    9. Joyce
    10. Wilder

    Although there are guys I would back on "eye test" to beat the likes of the weaker boxers mentioned above such as Pulev and Wilder in the likes of Sanchez, Jalolov, Hrgovic and Bakole who haven't manage to get the right fights yet.
     
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  11. senpai

    senpai Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I can't believe people still rate Fury as #1.

    Are you guys on some gypsie magic ?
     
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  12. CST80

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    1. Oleksandr Usyk
    2. Tyson Fury
    3. Deontay Wilder
    4. Anthony Joshua
    5. Joe Joyce
    6. Michael Hunter
    7. Joseph Parker
    8. Andy Ruiz Jr
    9. Dereck Chisora
    10. Martin Bakole
    11. Dillian Whyte
    12. Luis Ortiz
    13. Kubrat Pulev
    14. Daniel Dubois
    15. Otto Wallin
     
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  13. jaytxxl

    jaytxxl Well-Known Member Full Member

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    1. Usyk/Fury
    3. Joshua
    4. Wilder
    5. Joyce
    6. Whyte
    7. Ruiz
    8. Ortiz
    9. Parker
    10. Hunter/Chisora/Helenius

    If Wilder or Fury doesn’t fight for the rest of the year then by default they’re out. The winner of Ruiz vs Ortiz will jump Whyte and Joyce while the loser will drop out the top 10. Joe Joyce will jump Wilder if he beats Parker and Parker would jump to 6-7 if he beats Joyce..
     
  14. Kratos

    Kratos Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Top 10 heavyweights like that and people wonder why boxing is suffering, where is all the talent in the USA? I have been saying this for years now, where are the killer heavyweight americans? They aren’t in the NBA and NFL tha’s a bs reason.
     
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  15. lof_87

    lof_87 New Member Full Member

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    1. Fury
    2. Usyk
    3. Joshua
    4. Wilder
    5. Joice
    6. Whyte
    7. Parker
    8. Ruiz
    9. Sanchez
    10. Hunter
    11. Bakole
    12. Chisora
    13. Pulev
    14. Ortiz
    15. Wallin