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Greatest Heavyweights List

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Rated 2 points - posted 8 years ago by 00Rooster4Life00 in category Sports.
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Muhammad Ali Report Abuse
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Wladimir Klitschko Report Abuse
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Vitali Klitschko Report Abuse
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George Foreman Report Abuse
174 points - added 8 years ago by 00Rooster4Life00 - 1 comment
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no. 10? you gotta be kidding. nobody on this list could have beaten Foreman in 1972. Nobody. and his comeback is the greatest of all time. he should be no. 2.
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Joe Frazier Report Abuse
112 points - added 8 years ago by 00Rooster4Life00 - 2 comments
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Frazier was great. but beaten too badly by Foreman and Ali to be this high up.
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Goodbye Joe. I always thought you were the greatest.
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Joe Louis Report Abuse
Joseph Louis Barrow (May 13, 1914 – April 12, 1981), better known as Joe Louis, was the world heavyweight boxing champion from 1937 to 1949. Nicknamed the Brown Bomber, Louis helped elevate boxing from a nadir in popularity in the post-Jack Dempsey era by establishing a reputation as an honest, hardworking fighter at a time when the sport was dominated by gambling interests.[1][2] Louis's championship reign lasted 140 consecutive months, during which he participated in 27 championship fights, including 25 successful title defenses – all records for the heavyweight division. In 2005, Louis was named the greatest heavyweight of all time by the International Boxing Research Organization,[3] and was ranked number one on Ring Magazine's list of 100 Greatest Punchers of All Time.
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Mike Tyson Report Abuse
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Lennox Lewis Report Abuse
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Rocky Marciano Report Abuse
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Evander Holyfield Report Abuse
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Jack Dempsey Report Abuse
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Larry Holmes Report Abuse
13 points - added 8 years ago by 00Rooster4Life00 - 1 comment
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greatest jab in heavyweight history. had he not been robbed. robbed. in the first Spinks fight, he would probably be w or 5 on this list.
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Sonny Liston Report Abuse
12 points - added 8 years ago by 00Rooster4Life00 - 1 comment
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I find it hard to believe that 16-heavyweights were better than Liston. but I dont know where he should be.
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Ken Norton Report Abuse
12 points - added 8 years ago by 00Rooster4Life00 - 1 comment
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I liked Norton. what a fight with Quarry. but no 8? nope. check the Shavers fight.
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John L Sullivan Report Abuse
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James J Jeffries Report Abuse
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Jack Johnson Report Abuse
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Floyd Patterson Report Abuse
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AS MUCH AS i LIKED pATTERSON. i REALLY DID. hE DOES NOT DESERVE to be on this list.
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Ezzard Charles Report Abuse
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