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Rated 9 points - posted 10 years ago by pxc0 in category Sports.
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Muhammad Ali Report Abuse
There's nothing I can say about Ali that hasn't already been said. Talented and charismatic the man parlayed his prodigious skill into worldwide fame and became a cultural icon for minorities and the counter culture in America. He was a three time champ, most notably coming back at age 32 to beat George Foreman.
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Max Schmeling Report Abuse
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Sugar Ray Robinson Report Abuse
202 professional bouts between 1940 and 1965. He was welterweight champion between 1946 and 1951, and held the middleweight title five times in the Fifties. He fought at a high level for 20 years and never lost to the same man twice. Although, he never knocked down LaMotta ;)
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Joe Louis Report Abuse
Had a frighteningly dominant 12-year reign as heavyweight champion. Experts believe his jab and right cross combo as perhaps the deadliest in boxing history.
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George Foreman Report Abuse
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the greatest comeback boxer of all time!
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Alexis Arguello Report Abuse
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Salvadore Sanchez Report Abuse
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Thomas "Hitman" Hearns Report Abuse
The first boxer in history to win world titles in four divisions. He would also become the first fighter in history to conquer 5 world titles in 5 different divisions. He has scored many memorable knockouts in his career and is widely considered to be one of the greatest knockout artists of all time. 61-5-1
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Joe Frazier Report Abuse
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Henry Armstrong Report Abuse
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Rocky Marciano Report Abuse
138 points - added 10 years ago by pxc0 - 2 comments
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Deserves to be ranked higher
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no doubt, he is the greatest boxer of all time.
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Roberto Duran Report Abuse
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Jack Johnson Report Abuse
The first Black Heavyweight Champion in the early part of the 20th century, Johnson battled horrific racism as a black man who publicly beat up white men. While his size and speed were unheard of in his era, Jack was the first cerebral fighter who eschewed brawling in favor of the scientific approach to pugilism which would become the sport's legacy.
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Jack Dempsey Report Abuse
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Mike Tyson Report Abuse
86 points - added 10 years ago by pxc0 - 1 comment
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how much i know he is the one of the best boxer's in the world.
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Jim J Braddock Report Abuse
World champ , beat Max Baer for world champ. Good movie about him called "Cinderella man"
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Max Baer Report Abuse
World champ who unfortunately and accidentally killed 2 men in the ring. Father of Max baer jt( Jethro on Beverly hillbillies)
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Roy Jones Jr. Report Abuse
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Manny "PACMAN" Pacquiao Report Abuse
greatest southpaw of all time. First boxer to captured a 4 lineal champion 6th division world champion. flyweight to welterweight
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should be in number #1 spot, the one and only boxer who captured 8 division world champion, the 1st man to have 4 lineal champion! The blinding speed, heart of a lion, inhuman stamina and unparallel explosiveness inside the ring... The guts to face whoever in front of him! A true champion! There can be only one... Manny Pacquaio!
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he is the greatest pound for pound boxer of all time!
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Greatest Boxer of all time
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No doubt it's Manny Pacquiao. 8 division champion..not 3 not 4 not 5 and 6 but 8 division..Eight,Eyt,88888,Eight divsion.
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now the only 7 division world champion ...if he wins vs margarito 8 division world champion.
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Jake LaMotta Report Abuse
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Julio Cesar Chavez Report Abuse
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julio cesar chavez who? why? better than manny pacquiao? are you blind?
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Willie Pep Report Abuse
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Sugar Ray Leonard Report Abuse
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Evander Holyfield Report Abuse
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the greatest headbatter of all time!
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Jimmy Wilde Report Abuse
A legend from the second and third decades of the 20th century, Wilde was a flyweight at a time when the rules were vague and fighters often fought multiple bouts in a single day. Hard facts can be hard to pin to this legend, but he was flyweight champ for seven years and experts consider him one of the hardest hitters ever despite his tiny stature. He also had one of the coolest and weirdest nicknames ever: "Ghost With A Hammer In His Hand"
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Sam Langford Report Abuse
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George Chuvalo Report Abuse
a retired Canadian heavyweight boxer who was never knocked down in ninety-three professional fights between 1956 and 1979. He is often considered to have had the greatest chin in the history of boxing. He was Canadian heavyweight champion as both an amateur and a professional, and twice fought for versions of the professional world's heavyweight title.
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Benny Leonard Report Abuse
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Timothy Bradley Report Abuse
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Les Darcy Report Abuse
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David TUA Report Abuse
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Oscar De La Hoya Report Abuse
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