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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Top 10 Greatest Boxers of All Time


By: Biplob kishore Deb


Boxing is a very popular sports event long since. If you find cruelty in this event then you must have missed out the art of this game. Punching, defecting, hands speeding all are something related to art. I found ten heavyweight boxers who could dominate over the boxing ring their time.

If you find anything to have been included then please let me know putting your comment in the comment section.

Muhammad Ali

Ali is one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time. He was born in Louisville, Kentucky in USA in 1942. His birth name was Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr. which was changed after his changing religion to Muslim. He was converted to the orthodox Sunni Islam in 1975. He is often told “Black Muslim.” In his career Ali won 56 out of 61 matches and is 37 wins were by Knock Out. He could defeat all of the Heavyweight champions of that time and dominate the heavyweight boxing world in his time. His first heavyweight title came in 1964 through his victory over Liston who is famous for his aggressiveness. He had also won the Gold Medal in 1960 Rome Olympic in light heavyweight before he showed his talent in the heavyweight. Ali’s fight with Frazier in 1971 is considered as ‘Fight of the Century” where Ali got his first professional lose in his career though he played vary well. In 1975, this two legends against fought to each other which is called as the Greatest Fight of All Time where Ali could take revenge of his defeat backed 4 years. After the match Ali said, "This must be what death feels like.” He has been ‘Fighter of the Year” by Ring magazine for highest number of time among the boxers. He took his retirement in 1981. He was honored as the “Sportsman of the Century” by Sports Illustrated in 1999.


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Rocky Marciano

This great American heavyweight boxer was born in 1969. His greatness you can find if you consider his career record. He never defeat in his professional career. He won all of his 49 matches among which 43 were by Knock Out. He is the only boxer in the boxing history who could retire undefeated in the heavyweight division. The title of the Oscar winning movie “Rocky” was taken by his name. He started his professional career in 1947 and he was the heavyweight champion from 1952 to 1956. He has been listed at number 14 in the list of 100 Greatest Punchers of All Time by Ring magazine. Marciano worked as guest referee in USA and Canada for several times after taking retirement from professional boxing.

Joe Frazier

Frazier is one of the greatest heavyweight champions in the history of boxing. He is famous for his fighting with Muhammad Ali for three times in which third one in 1975 is dubbed as the greatest fight of all time which is also known as ‘Thriller in Manila’. His career record is also very praiseworthy with the 32 win in 37 matches. His left eye is legally blind and he had to fight with his right eye in his career and his greatness lies here that he sis not express is eye problem until his retirement. He is currently the member of International Boxing hall Of Fame.



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George Foreman

This former great heavyweight champion was born in 1949 in Texas, USA. ‘big George’ nicknamed this fighter could win a Gold medal in1986 Mexico Olympic Games in Heavyweight division. He started playing professional boxing in 1969 and in his debut year he could show his talent to the world winning all of his 13 matches including 11 by Knock Out. I the second year of this career he could win all of his 12 matches by Knock Out. By 1971, his win-lose record was 32-0 and he was ranked as the no. one player by the WBA and WBC. He got the prestigious win over Frazier by Knock out in the second round which made Foreman the world champion. He went for retirement in 1977 after being ill seriously. He is now a minister of a church.


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Jack Dempsey

Jack is another greatest heavyweight champion of all time. He was born in 1895 in America. He is also one of the famous boxers of pre war period. He hold world champion from 1919 to 1926. This prominent boxer could win 62 matches amongst his 83 appearances in the professional boxing and he won 50 matches by Knock Out in which 26 were in the first round. So, it is clear enough that how much aggressive he was in the ring. His fight against George Carpentier is very famous as the first million dollar gate in the history. A Street of the Madison Square Garden is called by his name Jack Dempsey corner. He is a member of the International Boxing Hall OF Fame.

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Joe Louis

This former heavyweight champions and one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of the boxing history was born in 1914 in America. After being professional in 1934, he started showing his boxing skill to the world. In his first fight against a champion he knocked out former heavyweight champion Primo Carnera. He became the national hero before starting the World War II. He own 69 out of 72 matches in his career in which he defeated his opponents by Knock Out for 55 times. In his retired life he also acted in some movies. Louis was awarded the Congressional Gold medal for honor in 1982. His two quotes are very famous in boxing which are "He can run, but he can't hide" and "Everyone has a plan until they've been hit."


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Evandeer Holyfield

Evan is a famous name of the present boxing world and also considered to be in the list of greatest champions’ of heavyweight. He was born in 1962 in USA. In his early years of his professional career as a boxer he got success in Cruiserweight division. He won the bronze medal of 1982 summer Olympic held in Los Angeles. In 1990 he became the world heavyweight champion. In his career his fight against Tyson and Lweis are very famous. He won 39 out of his 49 matches and among those 39 victories, 26 were by Knock Out. Holyfield is the four time world champion.

George Chuvalo

Chuvalo was born in 1937 in Canada. This heavyweight boxer had a 21-year long career and in his career he fought against many of the best heavyweight boxers. In his career he never loses any match by Knock Out. His two fights against Muhammad Ali was vary famous. Though he lost both the two but he could show his stamina and defense skill. After winning the first match in 1966 Ali said that "He [Chuvalo] was the toughest man I ever fought. He took all my best shots." In his career he won 73 matches amongst which 64 were by Knock Out. He was inducted in the Canadian Sports Hall Of Fame in 1990.


Mike Tyson

Mike is former heavyweight champion. He was born in America in 1966. He is considered as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time. In his career he won 50 out of his 58 matches and he knocked out 44 opponents. His hand speed and accuracy made his opponents fear and he had a very good physical strength. However, this boxer made many controversies in his personal and also in the ring. He had to go to the prison and the worst scandal was in 1997 in a match against Holyfield. In this highly focused match he bit in the right ear of Holyfield during the second round.


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Lennox Lewis

Lewis is the former heavyweight champion. He is the third boxer in the heavyweight history who won heavyweight championship in three different occasions. Lewis was born in UK. He won gold medal in 1988 South Korea Olympic games. Lewis is famous for his fight against Tyson. In his career he won 41 out of 44 matches and 32 by knock Out. He declared his retirement in 2004.


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316 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:47 PM

    You obviously don't know very much about boxing, and its history. Who ever the fool is, who arranged this list must never have heard that boxing does in fact have weight classes, and decided he is an expert after reading maybe 2 ring magazine articles.
    The dismissing of trully great pound for pound champions, to substitute George Chuvalo is a joke. Now, I'm a big fan of Chuvalo, one of the most underrated fighters, but if you ask George himself, I'm sure he'd even disclude himself.
    ( Surprised he didn't mention Rocky Balboa )
    So, here is a more accurate top ten list.

    1. Sugar Ray Robinson
    2. Muhammad Ali
    3. Henry Armstrong
    4. Joe Louis
    5. Roberto Duran
    6. Archie Moore
    7. Willie Pep
    8. Sugar Ray Leonard
    9. Carlos Monzon
    10. Kid Gavalian

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    1. Anonymous11:40 PM

      As far as the article goes, I'm OK with all but Holyfield. I've seen him fight and he was only the best of a bunch of palokas.

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    2. Anonymous8:40 PM

      You ALL are wrong. The proper list goes.

      1. Chuck Norris
      2. Chuck Norris
      3. Chuck Norris
      4. Chuck Norris
      5. Chuck Fucking Norris
      6. Chuck Norris
      7. Chuck Norris
      8. Chuck Norris
      9. Chuck Norris
      10. Jesus

      Pwned trollololololol

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    3. Anonymous1:16 PM

      I absolutly agree!!!
      Who is Jesus??

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    4. Anonymous8:19 PM

      how about vincent paz

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  2. Anonymous12:00 PM

    1.Mike Tyson
    2.Muhammad ali
    3.Roy Jones jr
    4.Joe Louis
    5.Joe frazier
    6.George Chuvalo
    7.Rocky Balboa

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    1. Anonymous7:07 PM

      balboa? really, did you really say that?

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    2. Anonymous3:21 AM

      rocky, seriously, not a real boxer.

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    3. REALAZTECLOKOTE!4:34 AM

      did he say rocky balboa?? wtf!!! julio cesar chaves,roberto duran why almost everybody forgot them!! Chavez has gone over ten years straight without a loss. Chavez is a 6 TIMES champion in 3 DIFFERENT DIVISIONS!!!. He also amassed a career record of 88-0 before his first loss to Frankie Randall. his record is: Won 107 Lost 6, 2 draws, 80 KO!!!!he got a good record ! one of the greates boxers of all the time!! DONT FORGET THAT BITCHES

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  3. Anonymous3:53 PM

    to me the hardest dision is about chooseing suger ray or ali, but i would have to choose ali because the way he moved for a 212 pound, 6'3' man was amazing and to stastain the kind of punches that were being thrown at him, he had some of the heavyiest hitters of all time like joe frazier pounding in to him and how fast he was, how he could size you up and know when he is going to knock you down and pridicted what you were going to throw. suger ray was an amazing boxer to, some people say that you need to be a better boxer in the leighter divions because there are not as many knock outs and thats why suger ray was so good and his fight record was amazing but ali was more of an altlete. ali was in a legue of his own and we all know that fighters like joe frazier or sunny liston were a joke but at times he made them a joke it was unfair thats why he is better.

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  4. Anonymous1:08 PM

    1.Kazuya Mishima
    2.Willie Nillie
    3.George bush
    4.The ginger bread man
    5.Alexander graham bell
    6.Burnt face man
    7.Mashed potatoe in a sock man
    8.thomash radzinski
    9.Steve hawkins
    10.Betoven

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  5. Anonymous9:16 PM

    Marciano is the greatest. He retired undefeated in the heavyweight class.

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  6. Anonymous8:33 PM

    marciano was good but your italian so he is"great" but i agree with the first post

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  7. Anonymous3:29 AM

    rocky was the best fighter of all time respect the statitics

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  8. Anonymous3:30 AM

    ali was a bum compared to rocky rocky would of droped him in one round look a the virtual fight

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  9. Anonymous7:40 PM

    this is more accurate
    PS rocky balboa was a fictional fighter

    1. Sugar Ray Robinson
    2. Muhammad Ali
    3.Roberto Duran
    4.Joe Louis
    5.Sugar Ray Leonard
    6.Archie Moore
    7.Henry Armstrong
    8.Carlos Monzon
    9.Willie Pep
    10. Kid Gavalian

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    1. Anonymous3:17 PM

      thankyou someone for putting a serious list in.
      any or all of these could make the top 10!

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  10. There is as close as you can get in the world of boxing to unanimous agreement on this subject. The vast majority of boxing champions, as well as the writers and pundits agree that Sugar Ray Robinson was the greatest fighter that ever lived. Ali is most people's pick for #2.

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  11. Anonymous3:22 PM

    I didn't know Rocky Marciano had a time machine, as he was born in 1969 and champion many years before that.
    I guess that's a typo.
    Anyway, besides the immortal Ali, the
    great Joe Louis and Sugar Ray, I would definitely include the only superfighter of the eighties Marvelous Marvin Hagler in the top 10.
    The perfect boxer.
    He could switch from southpaw to the normal stance in a matter of seconds.
    He has beaten extremely good opponents, like Hearns, Duran and many more.

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  12. Danny Poland1:06 PM

    Sum of these lists are just wrong,People are forgetting fighters like Harry Greb,Jack Johnson,Sam Langford and Gene Tunney
    Heres My list which makes sense

    1. Henry Armstrong
    2. Sugar Ray Robinson
    3. Muhammed Ali
    4. Joe Louis
    5. Sam Langford
    6. Willie Pep
    7. Harry Greb
    8. Jack Johnson
    9. Gene Tunney
    10. Jack Dempsey
    11. Benny Leonard
    12. Jimmy Wilde

    and now am lost maybe you cud say Rocky Marciano

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  13. I think Willie Pep should be higher up in the rankings how many can say they won a round without throwing a single punch?just willie pep.he came back frm life threatning injuries to be better than ever, a true legend.
    And as for the the sugar ray robinson vs ali argument even Ali himself admitted that he may have being the greatest heavyweight ever bt robinson was he greatest boxer ever. so heres my top ten list in my mind anyway.

    1. Sugar Ray Robinson
    2. Willie Pep
    3. Mohammed Ali
    4. Joe louis
    5. Roberto Duran
    6. Henry Armstrong
    7. Kid Gavalian
    8. Rocky Marciano
    9. Sugar Ray Leonard
    10. Joe Frazier

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  14. Anonymous5:22 PM

    1. Mike Tyson
    2. Sugar Ray Robinson
    3. Muhammad Ali
    4. Rocky Marciono
    5. Julio Ceasar Chavez
    6. Evander Holyfield
    7. Joe Frazier
    8. Roy Jones Jr
    9. Lennox Lewis
    10. George Forman

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    1. Anonymous2:56 PM

      Dont forget the fighter with incredible KO's Julio Cesar Chaves

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  15. Anonymous2:41 AM

    You know people say all the time how great Willie Pep was because he could win a round without throwing a single punch. I don't know about Jaime, but personally I don't pay to see a boxer not throw any punches and today if a fighter were to not throw a single punch in entire round, I doubt a lot of people would be cheering.

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    1. That is only one small example of the greatness that was WILLIE PEP,
      It is about his long ring record of wins, it is about his overall skill,

      Persons that appreciate skill would appreciate seeing a Willie Pep
      perform the art of making them miss for three minutes of one round.
      If somebody could not appreciate that, then they are not real boxing fans that appreciate skills demonstrated like poetry in motion.

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  16. Anonymous12:34 AM

    1mike tyson
    2rocky marciano
    3muhammed ali
    4suger ray robison
    5sonny liston
    6joe louis
    7roy jones jr
    8joe friaser
    9sugar ray lenard
    10henry armstrong

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    1. Anonymous6:20 PM

      if mike tyson is 1 the Buster Douglas is
      ****Greatest Of All Time****

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    2. Anonymous4:46 AM

      What the fuck are you talking about? Who is the best in your opinion? Cassius Clay? If he is the number 1 Ken Norton is the greatest of all time.

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  17. Anonymous12:35 AM

    i dont care wot u all say we all know mike tyson is the greatest of all time and thats a fact

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  18. Anonymous9:27 PM

    1.muhammed ali
    2.sugar ray robinson
    3.joe louis
    4.roy jones jr
    5.archie moore
    6.willie pep
    7.sugar ray leonard
    9.joe fraiser
    10.Evandeer Holyfield

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  19. Anonymous3:58 PM

    rocky marciano was the greatest, he fought the toughest fighters in a much tough era of boxing and please look at his record, give the guy more respect.

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  20. Anonymous1:00 PM

    1 sugar ray robinson
    2 joe louis
    3 henry amstrong
    4 jack johnson
    5 willie pep
    6 muhammed ali
    7 roberto duran
    8 sam langford
    9 jack dempsey
    10 harry greb
    for all the people who aint got a clue this is how the top ten should be

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    1. Anonymous4:48 AM

      Remember one: A top 10 without Mike Tyson is not a real top 10.

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  21. Anonymous10:55 PM

    Pound for Pound its as follows:

    (1) Sam Langford
    (2) Joe Gans
    (3) Sugar Ray Robinson
    (4) Harry Greb
    (5) Joe Lois
    (6) Bob Friztmons
    (7) Muhmaad Ali
    (8) Benny Leonard
    (9) Rock Marciano
    (10) Henry Armstrong

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    1. Anonymous12:58 AM

      finally some one who can see bob fitzsimmons in their top 10, a boxxer who really did punch above his weight, just look at the record books, was a middle weight who went up to heavy weight, still the lightest heavy weight champ ever!!

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  22. Anonymous4:12 AM

    1. mike tyson the greatest fighter who ever lived

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  23. Anonymous2:19 PM

    Mike Tyson was by far the most entertaining boxer of all time.

    Their should be more like him as a high level of boxing fans now watch UFC.

    Ricky Hatton is a hard fighter with similar trates to Tyson without the madness!

    Britain need some new heavywieghts are they are all soft as shit!!!

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  24. 1-Rocky Marciano, he was undefeated.
    2- Roberto Duran, he had much flexibility, he was world champion in 4 different categories, winning great fights.
    3-Muhhamed Ali, he had a great style and he beat great heavyweights like foreman or frazier.
    4- Sugar Ray, only Marciano could stop him.
    5-Jack Dempsey, his fight against argentine Firpo is considered the best of the history. Great champion.
    6-Joe Louis, he fought wars in the ring.
    7- Carlos Monzon, one of the best (if he wasnt the best) middle weight of the history. 5 world titles.
    8- Archie Moore.

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    1. Anonymous12:59 PM

      you know nothing about boxing, how coul sugar ray a middleweight fight marciano a heavyweight

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    2. He could probably fight him because Marciano was a very small heavyweight and sugar ray could have gained weight. At least in a catch weight class but he must have meant Jake LaMotta.

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  25. Danny8:59 AM

    1. sugar ray robinson
    2. rocky marciano
    3. cassius clay
    4. sonny liston
    5. jack dempsey
    6. joe lewis
    7. mike tyson
    8. sugar ray leonard
    9. joe frazier
    10. roberto duran

    but bruce lee would beat them all ha ha

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  26. Anonymous2:48 PM

    how can tyson be the best he sucks hes only famous for biteting sum1s ear off

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    1. Anonymous4:49 AM

      You haven't good any idea about boxing.

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  27. you know nothing about boxing. tyson in his prime had everything, explosive power speed stamina and good chin. can you tell me any other heavyweight champ in history has had all those attributes. none

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  28. Anonymous1:55 AM

    Julio Ceasar Chavez??? This is the worse list ever

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  29. Anonymous5:38 AM

    Okay, well if you guys all want "statistics" let me mind you that Sugar Ray Robinson "at the time he lost his first fight to [Jake] Lamotta in 1943 to 1951... he went UNDEFEATED in 93 professional fights." And not to mention he was undefeated in 40 fights before his first loss to Lamotta. So what's that record? That's over a 100 fights and only one loss by 1951. Marciano is magnificent but do not forget the AMOUNT of fights these each fighter has fought in his day before claiming one's superiority in "statistics." Each fighter mentioned has indeed fought with other champions so don't say one man fought all the greats and justify his superiority over the other with such a general argument. I'm not going to judge whose the best but from all the actual CREDIBLE sources, I've regularly heard Robinson as being the greatest.

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  30. Anonymous5:49 AM

    For anyone who says Tyson was the best, LEAVE NOW AND SHUT YOUR MOUTH. I loved Tyson and wanted so hard to believe he could have been the greatest in his "prime." But as years went by and I learned more and more about boxing I've learned that for one, he was a king... in one of the worst eras of boxing. Also, every noteworthy fighter has also faced some serious troubles (like, hmmm ALI, HOLYFIELD, SUGAR RAY ROBINSON - WAYYY past his prime, FOREMAN AT 43, etc...) in their lifetime as well, including long periods of rehabilitation away from boxing, but you know what? They were still able to come back and WIN - Tyson... not so much. I love Tyson and still regard him as a possible candidate for a list of 100 greatest boxers, but never would I consider him the greatest nor would any REAL EXPERT (not myself) say he was so. He was amazing, in a bad era. He was incredible but I could see many alternate boxers with much more heart and very differing counter-styles that could've possibly dominated Tyson, even at his "prime". If you don't believe go read a fucking book, otherwise your statements are as worthless as Tyson's last bout.

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  31. Anonymous7:43 PM

    ok who ever think rocky marciano is the greatest deserve a slap in the face he has a bum he fought fighter that were just about to retire or comming out of retirment his best fight was against archia morre who was about 37 wen they fought

    muhammad ali is the greates he was banned for 3yrs causes he didnt serve america at war causes he new u racist fuck would put him on the front line and after then 3yr he come back a woop frasier in manila

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    1. Anonymous8:02 PM

      Rocky Marciano was great, you obvious dont know anything about boxing, yeah he couldnt box well, but he won with heart, power and more Stamina then anyone out there. He fought great opponents Ezzard Charles, Joe Walcott,Archie Moore. What about when Ali Fought Sonny Listen, I watched that fight and that was fixed. PS Marcian beat Ali in a computer fight, in which they had to ban because some people got upset.

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  32. BobbyBrez11:26 AM

    Some of these lists are pathetic. Mike Tyson? Roy Jones Jr? Top 10 all time? Get the fuck out of here.

    Anyone that starts a list without SRR #1 is pugilistically challenged. It appears a few of the posters here know guys like Henry Armstrong, Willie Pep, Sam Langford, Kid, Archie Mooer and etc which is nice to see. I would imagine most of the "Tyson/RJJ are top 10 p4p guys" are either in high school or UFC fans.

    It makes me sad that I'm 25 and boxing is such a cult sport to my age group. For argument's sake, here's mine.

    1. SRR
    2. That Cassius Clay guy
    3. Duran
    4. Henry Armstrong
    5. Willie Pep
    6. Sam Langford
    7. SRL
    8. Joe Louis
    9. Greb
    10. Kid

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    1. Damn good list especially considering you age Sir.

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  33. Anonymous12:53 PM

    1.Ali
    2.Mayweather
    3.Sugar ray robinson
    4.Joe louis
    5.Henry Arm.
    6.Willie pep
    7.Sugar ray lenord
    8.B. Hopkins
    9.M.Tyson
    10.Roy jones or forman or fraizer

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    1. Anonymous7:48 PM

      This is the list :-) finally someone with some sense!

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  34. Boxing Expert3:10 PM

    The Top fighters ever are

    1.Sugar Ray Robinson
    2.Henry Armstrong
    3.Muhammed Ali
    4.Joe Louis
    5.Willie Pep
    6.Benny Leonard
    7.Jack Johnson
    8.Sam Langford
    9.Harry Greb
    10.Roberto Duran

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  35. Anonymous1:59 AM

    1. Muhammad Ali --> best of all
    2. rocky marciano --> undefeated
    3. sugar ray robinson
    4. Mike tyson --> craziest guy ever
    5. joe louis
    6. lennox lewis
    7. armstrong
    8. willie pep
    9. joe frazer --> got fcked by ali
    10. Evander Holyfield

    best of them all
    "Mohammad Soheil Ramouzi"
    everyone remember this name... cz he is the champion of the world.

    btw he is from AFGHANISTAN

    so run away before he cuts you in half...

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  36. Anonymous5:48 PM

    Whilst I respect all opinions here - except the ones that put Tyson above Ali. There is simple fact that should put Ali at the top of every list, and it is this- he would have beaten every other fighter in the everyones list. Weights are only there to give the little guys a chance. When brought down to its basics boxing is about who would win in a punch up and Ali is clearly the man who would, and did, win.

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  37. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Tyson and Marciano had everything, against the bums and has beens they beat. Rocky never fought anyone of note and every time Tyson did, he got beat. Sure they were explosive and very entertaining but, like Dempsey (and Hatton), against a skilled opponent they'd be well short of the required standard.

    A few heayweights that would have beaten Tyson at his best.

    Ali.
    Frazier.
    Holmes.
    Foreman.
    Lewis.
    Holyfield.

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    1. Anonymous12:13 PM

      which holmes coz he fucked larry up

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  38. Anonymous7:45 PM

    How is Cesar Chavez not in this...107-6, with 86 KOs!!!!!!...WTF is wrong wit you people...he demolished his opponents and left some brain dead...wow

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  39. Anonymous7:35 PM

    Mike Tyson.....in the prime of his career would have beat any of the listed boxers. A three year setback and an upset loss to buster douglas ended his career. I would like this list re-evaluated,and the boxers not ranked by statistics,but by who they fought and the dominace of them as a fighter IN THIER PRIME.

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  40. Anonymous3:56 AM

    i think people will always have a different viwe on this i think every one said is a great fighter its not my list but i can see why they are there no body has said anything about the greats of today i think maywether will go down as one of the best ever but for me best ever gotta be iron mike tyson

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  41. Everyone will have some discrepancy with the top ten, but if you know boxing there is only a handful to really argue about. There already a few good lists on here so i am not going to display mine but what i am going to do is talk a little bit about some of the ridiculous stuff on here.

    I think I saw Roy Jones and Felix trinidad on a few lists. What in gods name were you people shmokin to be that far detached from reality (cuz i want some). Was that Mike Tyson i saw on the tops of some of these? I think who ever listed this was possibly swayed by the extensive amount of years spent living in their parents basement playing Punch Out on their NES. I know, I know he is impossible to beat at the end of the game - but im sorry to break it you, your name is not max and last time I checked we are living in a three dimensional world. You have to pick ten, yes ten of the greatest fighters of all-time (that means forever, not just your lifetime) and you write something like evander holyfield or any of the above listed, i think you'll do yourself and all of us a favor if you leave your boxing comments to yourself and re-evaluate your thoughts on the subject.

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  42. Let me preface this by stating that I know nothing about boxing other than having an appreciation for it over the years and being able to remember when heavyweight fights used to be broadcast for free on ABC's Wide World of Sports. That being said, I would put Ali at the top of the list, not only for his boxing prowess but for the way he was able to electrify and galvanize the boxing (and rest of the) world. There are probably better pure boxers than him, though I really can't say because my knowledge is limited and most of my experience watching Ali was towards the end of his career when "rope a dope" seemed to be his main tactic.

    I'm not sure where Tyson should be on the list, but all I can say is this: There has *never* been a boxer more intimidating and imposing as Tyson was when he was in his prime. I can remember watching many of his earlier fights and actually worrying that he was going to kill his opponent. He was so menacing and vicious that you could even see the fear in his opponents' eyes. Shame about his voice though... ;)

    Now I am not one to condone violence, and I hate all that "ultimate fighting" stuff, but I have to admit there was something intoxicating about seeing someone that is so menacing, so powerful, and so (seemingly) unstoppable. I'm not sure what it is about human nature that causes us to desire and laud a champion that is so superior than the rest of the field. We all like a good, competitive battle where the outcome is unknown, but if we're really honest with ourselves, there is a large part of us that would rather see someone who is so dominating that they lay waste to everyone and everything in their path. Tyson was that sort of fighter.

    It is a shame that he was never able to overcome his "hoodlum" roots, and perhaps if D'Amato had been around longer, Tyson's professional accomplishments would indisputably be at the top of everyone's list. Alas, that is not the case, and his legacy will probably be dominated by references to his troubles in and out of the ring. The thing I find ironic though, is that we want our heroes to be vicious killers in the ring, but sensitive, upstanding citizen's outside of it. The very qualities that made Tyson a great boxing champion were also the things that brought about his downfall.

    Tyson may not be worthy of being placed in the pantheon of boxing greats based on his accomplishments, but there was no-one that ever epitomized as much as him the traits and qualities that we all secretly desire in a champion. For those reasons, after Ali, I would put Tyson at the top of my list.

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  43. Anonymous1:25 PM

    I'm not sure about the others, but Tyson is the best. In his prime no one could touch him, it's a shame that he had problems and left his first trainer

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  44. Anonymous3:11 AM

    Pound-For-Pound Greatest Of All Time

    1. 'Sugar' Ray Robinson
    2. Muhammad Ali 'The Greatest'
    3. Joe Louis 'The Brown Bomber'
    4. Rocky Marciano 'Italian Fagget'
    5. Jack Dempsey 'Manassa Mauler'
    6. 'Sugar' Ray Leonard
    7. 'Iron' Mike Tyson
    8. 'Big' George Foreman
    9. 'Smokin' Joe Frazier
    10. Jake LaMotta 'The Bronx Bull'

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  45. Anonymous6:25 PM

    I gotta go with post 4 (burnt face man, lmfao), because i dont study boxing like everyone else makes it sound like. However didnt Ali win athlete of the century from ESPN (well 3rd and was the top boxer on the list)But what does ESPN know. If thats incorrect why? I really would like to know.

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  46. Anonymous4:50 AM

    I think Tyson being on here is BULLSHIT. He was great during his prime but you know what gets you on this top 10? The fact that you PROVED you were great by beating the top contenders gets you there. I'm sorry but Tyson wasn't in a good period to judge and the few highlight fights he had, he lost... and badly, I might add. Don't give me that bull that he wasn't in the best age or condition to fight those fights; Buster Douglas fought Tyson during Mike's reign, Holyfield suffered huge medical repercussions with his bouts with Bowe (YEARS before) and Moorer, and well, and they both managed to scrape the floor with Tyson's head. And Lennox Lewis just outclassed the man in every way. Every fighter has his story and "handicaps" for their fights, but Tyson's were the ones that made headline news and now everyone uses it to justify his losses. SUCK IT UP; HE WASN'T THE BEST. In fact, if anything Lewis should earn a higher position than Tyson (he actually beat ALL the top heavyweights and proved HE was the undisputed heavyweight of that time). I still don't put Lewis in the top 10 but I'm just saying he deserves the credit that Tyson got for being the best of that era. Tyson my ass, I loved him but be real, you delusional cock-suckers.

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    1. I agree I think the coming from behind in some fights coming back after being defeated and just dominating for a while gets you on the list Tyson was skilled but gave up far to easily.

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  47. Anonymous3:51 AM

    any body who puts mayweather on the list is a retard. hes a little bitch he went up against shitty 3rd rate boxers. he retired because he knew delahoya would kick his ass all over the place. and mike tyson is easily one of the greatest of all time. there was noone who could move as quick and also hit as hard as he did. if his trainer didnt die i think he would have held the title for like 5- 10 more years easy.but he definently hit the crapper so i wouldnt put him at number 1. i think ali was overated big time he was a loud mouthed punk who could sometimes pull off a quick combo for a win. rocky marciano would have beat alis sorry ass all over the ring. heres my list
    1.sugar ray robinson
    2.rocky marciano
    3.mike tyson
    4.joe frazier
    5.muhammad ali
    6.joe louis
    7.willie pep
    8. jack dempsey
    9. henry armstrong
    10.cassius clay

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  48. Anonymous3:27 AM

    1)Floyd Mayweather Jr
    2)Suger Ray Robinson
    3)Mike Tyson
    4)Muhummad Ali
    5)Jack Johnson
    6)Joe Louis
    7)Jake LaMotta
    8)Rocky Marciano
    9)Julio Cesar Chavez Sr
    10)Suger Ray Leonard

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    1. Anonymous9:24 AM

      Putting Floyd at the top and Tyson over Ali shows your youngness LaMotta was a tough guy but not so skilled.

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  49. Josh Brigham11:24 AM

    You people are fools.Here is the most accurate list on this site.

    1.Joe Louis
    2.Sugar Ray Robinson
    3.Muhammad Ali
    4.Rocky Marciano
    5.Joe Frazier
    6.Roy Jones Jr.
    7.Archie Moore
    8.Larry Holmes
    9.Jake LaMotta
    10.Mike Tyson

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      you lost me at larry homes

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  50. Anonymous7:01 AM

    1. sugar ray robinson
    2. floyd mayweather
    3.muhammed ali
    4.j louis
    5. rocky m
    6. sugar ray leonard
    7. mike tyson

    floyd mayweather shud be up there his the only one whos undefeated. he has 2 fights a year because it takes longer to promote fights this days than before where people would have 20 fights a year.

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  51. 1. ali
    2.sugar ray robinson
    3.sugar ray lenord
    4.joe frazier
    5.rocky marciano
    6.mike tyson
    7.roy jones
    8.marvin hagler
    9.floyd maywheather
    10.goerge foreman
    AND THE REASON I PUT ALI NUMBER 1 IS BECAUSE I FEEL IF HE WOULDNT HAVE BEEN BANNED FOR 3 AND A HALF YEARS HE WOULD HAVE NEVER LOST A FIGHT BECAUSE DURING THE LAY OFF HE LOST A LITTLE SKILL.THANK YOU AND HAVE A NICE DAY.

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      Love this list

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  52. Anonymous12:18 PM

    1.Muhammad Ali (His mouth said all that needs to be said)
    2.Rocky Marciano (49-0)
    3.Joe Louis (25 straight title defenses - 22 were knockouts)
    4.Jack Dempsy (Biggest star in his time - even Babe Ruth
    5.Jack Johnson (First African-American Champion)
    6.George Foreman (Most powerful Champion I remember)
    7.Ezzard Charles (Fought most fights than any other Champion)
    8.Joe Frazier (Best body attacker ever)
    9.Larry Holmes (was underrated a bit
    10.Gene Tunney (61-1)-Speaks for itself

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  53. Anonymous1:26 PM

    Leonard-Hagler.To some the greatest at there weights but these so called boxing experts who get on tv and are paid lots of money for talking through there ARSE.These 2 so called boxing legends should have distroyed any lesser weight fighter but look what happend.Duran this blowen up lightweight who had no chance beat Leonard over 15rds.Duran went 15rds with hagler and was winning up to the 12th.A so called lightweight.On any experts list Roberto Duran should always be well above these kings or clowns.Basic facts and staight talking is all joe public wants to here. cheers T.C.

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  54. Anonymous2:01 PM

    1 ROBERTO DURAN 2 SUGAR RAY ROBINSON 3 ROCKY MARCIANO 4 ALI 5 JOE LOUIS 6 HENRY ARMSTRONG 7 GENE TUNNEY 8 JOE CALZAGHE 9 JACK JONHSON 10 LARRY HOLMES. WHY GENE TUNNEY HE LOST FIRST FIGHT AVENGED IT AND RETIERED UNDEFEATED.CHEERS T.C.

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  55. Anonymous9:31 PM

    (1.) rocky marciano... only undefeated.... plain and simple sorryyy boys and girls..

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  56. Anonymous10:28 PM

    1 Sugar ray robinson
    2 Julio Cesar Chavez
    3 Muhammad Ali

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  57. Anonymous10:35 PM

    what about Julio Cesar Chavez? 108-6-2 87ko has defended his tittle more than any of these guys 27 and fought much much tougher apponents. 6 world tittles in 3 divisions and lost most of his fights at an older age. 2 to De la Hoya. Rocky was beating up on people who were no-bodies and past there prime. Ray Robinson fought guys who were smaller than him because they didnt have alot of weight classes back then. So it was pretty easy to ko guys who were smaller than him

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  58. Anonymous2:38 AM

    Julio Cesar Chavez is the best, he won 101 fights, lost 6 cause of his age. Ali is over rated and Rocky did'nt even reach half of chavez's record, CHAVEZ comes in at number 1 END of disscusion

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  59. Anonymous1:11 PM

    Chavez fought 108. (BIG DEAL).Check out a true Legend ROBERTO DURAN Fought at the top in 5 decades and unlike j.j.c.he won 4 divisions.So check your history before you make an arse of yourself again.cheers T.C.

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  60. Anonymous1:15 PM

    Chavez fought 108. (BIG DEAL).Check out a true Legend ROBERTO DURAN Fought at the top in 5 decades and unlike j.j.c.he won 4 divisions.So check your history before you make an arse of yourself again.cheers T.C.

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  61. Anonymous1:16 PM

    Chavez fought 108. (BIG DEAL).Check out a true Legend ROBERTO DURAN Fought at the top in 5 decades and unlike j.j.c.he won 4 divisions.So check your history before you make an arse of yourself again.cheers T.C.

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  62. Anonymous4:28 PM

    Chavez should not be mentioned with these true greats,he only fought a handfull of decent fighters And when better oppersition came along his class showed (Z)

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  63. Anonymous4:41 PM

    ROBERTO DURAN 119.F.103.W.70.KO.+5 DECADES.WHAT A GUY.

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  64. ALI'S THE BEST!!!!!!!!

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  65. 1.SALVADOR SANCHEZ
    2.CARLOS ZARATE
    3.FINITO LOPEZ
    4.JULIO CESAR CHAVEZ
    5.MUHAMMAD ALI
    6.JUAN MARQUEZ
    7.LENNOX LEWIS
    8.MARVIN HAGLER
    9.ANTONIO MARGARITO
    10.SUGAR RAY ROBINSON

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      you beaner

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  66. Anonymous12:23 AM

    Sugar ray Robinson
    Muhammad Ali
    Joe Loius
    Jack Dempsey
    Jack Johnson
    Roy Jones Jr
    Floyd Mayweather Jr
    Rocky Marciano
    Sugar Ray Leonard
    Henry Armstrong

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  67. Anonymous8:50 AM

    In most types of one on one combat, whether it be boxing, wrestling, etc., being able to dominate someone below your level is much different than competing against someone on your own level. From first hand experience, and discussing this with other athletes, being able to get past the fact that someone is a bully often times makes a huge difference.

    Tyson most likely was the most intimidating boxer of all time, the most powerful, and the best bully we've ever seen. He dominated people below his level, but he never beat any of the real big names of his era, save for Michael Spinks (who is virtually forgotten about today).

    Tyson never once came from behind to win a match after he was hurt and, obviously, was losing.

    The right shot from Tyson in his prime could knock out anybody, and the nature of the sport is that anyone, at any given time, has a chance to score a win. You shouldn't rule out the possibility of Tyson beating guys like Ali, Frazier, Foreman, etc., but I wouldn't see Tyson as being the favorite to beat any of the top heavyweights of all time in their prime.

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  68. Anonymous6:57 PM

    yo fools r stupid chavez had the most heart and had the best career
    everyone thinks ali is the best yea he's good but he's he's like felix trinidad compared to chavez


    J.C.C

    and J.C.C.JR

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  69. i grew up watching mike tyson and he was very dominant in his era, but his era sucked!! he faught bums. ali would have beat the living shit out of tyson. ali moved like a midleweight and punched like a heavyweight. he could go into any time period and be just as dominant as he was in his own, that easily couldn't be said about tyson, its just my opinion but i think that forman, marciano, fraizer, and and ali would all knock tyson's ass out before the 6th round. i think that ali is the best heavyweight ever and he would have stayed undefeated for at least 5 more years if he wouldn't have been banned for 3 years

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  70. Anonymous10:40 PM

    This topic is one that cannot be actually proven. Just as any other sport, the game, as well as the players, have evolved greatly! I agree with most of the comments that Ali IS NOT the greatest, by any stretch! He was a great boxer, but not the greatest. Sure he was "fast". But not as fast as Tyson, and NO WHERE NEAR as powerful! Tyson could be considered, but he fell off the deep end after Don King, Prison, and Robin Givens. I am a boxer, myself, and I see a boxing fight as a science, or a chess match. Honestly, I am probably most impressed with the overall skills of Roy Jones Jr. As a boxer, you're trained not to fear anyone! EVER! Maybe not now, because they are past their prime, but I would probably never even consider boxing either Tyson or Jones, in their prime.

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  71. Anonymous6:38 PM

    This list is very inaccurate it is all based around stats and very little boxing information. There is a lot of great boxers missing from the list.

    1.Sugar Ray Robinson- The perfect boxer? So fast with heaps of power to compliment and a very skillful defence. Was fast on his feet had the stamina and endurance of a bull would never give up and would keep going at the opponent with fast flurrys of punches. A true boxing legend
    2.Muhammad Ali- Taking into account Ali was a 6'3 natural born heavyweight the guy danced around the ring like a welterweight. Had immense speed and knockout power, such a slick boxer with a gifted smart mind. Ali's speed, footwork and smartness was to much for his concrete feet opponents. An heavyweight legend who out boxed some of the worlds best.

    3.Joe Louis- A truely gifted natural boxer. Such a powerful puncher with quickness to go along with it. Joe could put combinations together like nobody else, he had pinpoint precision punches and would open up his opponents defense with so much ease. A humble boxer who really loved the sport.

    4.Willie Pep- Trying to hit Willie Pep was like trying to hit lighting his ring craft, cleverness and gifted footwork made Willie one of the most trickiest boxers to fight. Willie won a round without throwing a single punch by using his clever feints and movement. Willie's fast jab was an amazing punch which played such an important role in Willie's style of fighting. One of the greatest featherweight's of all time.

    5.Harry Greb- A small stocky fighter who was very energetic, fast and strong. Was one of the best ever inside fighters Harry would keep going and going with flurry's of punches wearing his opponent down with his immense work rate. He was a rough tough fighter and although he was small he was fearless and would tangle with any opponent no matter how big or small. One of the greatest ever middleweight's.

    6.Henry Armstrong- A very high pressure fighter who would keep fighting non-stop. Would come out from the start and keep throwing punches till the end. Had dynamite bang in his punches and would make it his goal to knock his opponent out.

    7.Jack Dempsey- A two fist brawler who would come out bobbing and weaving and throwing knockout punches. Dempsey would keep stalking the man in front of him throwing off powerful punches. An unrelentless warrior!

    8.Sugar Ray Leonard- A greasy fast boxer who had bags of talent. Would dance around the ring like a skater on ice. Would put toghether devasting combos with his lighting speed. His boxing was as "sweet" as sugar and always please the crowd.

    9.Rocky Marciano- Not the most talented boxer but relied on his punishing hayemakers which would undoubtedly knock any opponent out. Had so much power and was hard as nails, Rocky could take most punches on the chin and shake it off like it was nothing. The only retired undeafeated heavyweight ever.

    10.Floyd Mayweather- One of the most skilled boxers of this day and age. Was gifted with lighting speed and his natural reflexes gives him a superior defense where openings cannot be found. His natural timing makes him a worlds great counter-puncher who lands devasting combonations at the sight of an opening. The current pound4pound king who is a boxing genius.

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  72. Anonymous11:41 AM

    Ok people lets stop dreaming....

    1.Ali, but really Mike Tyson
    2. Joe Louis
    3. Joe Frazier
    4. Rocky Marciano
    5. Sugar Ray Robinson
    6. Evander Real Deal Holyfield
    7. Willie Pep
    8. Henry Armstrong
    9. Carlos Monzon
    10. Roberto Duran

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  73. Anonymous9:54 PM

    none of you got a clue about boxing. Here's the real list-

    1.Sugar Ray Robinson
    2.Muhammad Ali
    3.Joe Louis
    4.Rocky Marciano
    5.Henry Armstrong
    6.Jack Dempsey
    7.Sugar Ray Leonard
    8.Mike Tyson
    9.Joe Frazier
    10.Goerge Foreman

    Floyd Mayweather is an amazing boxer but i dont think he is a top 10 boxer just yet.

    I also think that if tyson never went off the rails he would never of been beaten and would probley have been the best ever he was so quick and so strong he would take your head off. he was so intimadateing he realy was the badest man on the planet.

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    1. Anonymous10:14 AM

      Yea, Mike Tyson He could knock out anyone such as:Muhammad Ali,Sonny Liston, Evander Holy field, Lennox Lewis, George Foreman, Joe Frazier.And could kill Muhammad Ali and others

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  74. Anonymous4:42 AM

    hey... what about Manny Pacquiao????!!!!

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  75. Anonymous11:18 AM

    1.manny pacquiao
    2.manny pacquiao
    3.manny pacquiao
    4.manny pacquiao
    5.manny pacquiao
    6.manny pacquiao
    7.manny pacquiao
    8.sugar ray robinson
    9.mohammad ali
    10. dela hoya
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    100. floyd "the chicken" mayweather

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  76. Anonymous7:34 PM

    1.Ali
    2.Sugar Ray Robinson
    3.Joe louis
    4.Rocky Marciano
    5.Henry Armstrong
    6.Mike Tyson
    7.Jack Dempsey
    8.George Foreman
    9.Sugar Ray Leonard
    10.Manny Pacquiao

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  77. Anonymous4:53 PM

    On his death bed" Marvin Hagler will reveal he threw the Ray L. fight because of a gun at his head or a family member.
    Hagler was THE BEST fighter in the last 30 years!

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  78. Anonymous3:09 AM

    My opinion on this is that Muhammad Ali was The Greatest fighter of all times. Got awarded "SPORT" man of CENTURY so not only in boxing world but in whole Sport in generall shit. George Foreman was one most feared heavyweight champions (jus like mike tyson )nd even became champion again in his early 40 yr but Ali beat in his prime. Ali is like michael jackson in music, Einstein in science, Jesus in religie. bwt Ali vs Sugar Ray Robinson is tough one nd u can never know which is better one but we all know that every kid knows bout Muhammad Ali now nd 100 years later cuz he was Greatest Heavyweight Champion in golden era of Heavyweight Champions.

    1; Ali
    2; Sugar Ray Robinson
    3; Mike Tyson

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  79. Anonymous4:01 PM

    1) Sugar Ray Robinson 2) Henry Armstrong 3) Harry Greb 4) Muhammad Ali 5) Sugar Ray Leonard 6) Roberto Duran 7) Sam Langford 8) Bob Fitzsimmons 9) Ezzard Charles 10) Benny Leonard 11) Eder Jofre 12) Willie Pep 13) Archie Moore 14) Mickey Walker 15) Gene Tunney 16) Joe Gans 17) Barney Ross 18) 'Barbados' Joe Walcott 19) Joe Louis 20) Sandy Saddler 21) Julio Cesar Chavez 22) Pernell Whitaker 23) Tony Canzoneri 24) Alexis Arguello 25) Carlos Monzon 26) Jimmy McLarnin 27) Ted 'Kid' Lewis 28) Jimmy Wilde 29) Lou Ambers 30) Kid Gavilan 31) Mike Spinks 32) Charley Burley 33) Stanley Ketchel 34) Tommy Loughran 35) Pancho Villa

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  80. Anonymous7:26 PM

    1.ali 2.marciano 3.sugar ray robinson 4.julio cesar chaves 5.mike tyson

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  81. Anonymous9:07 AM

    ow my top ten will convince you all for sure.

    1) Audley Harrison
    2) Frank Bruno
    3) Naseem Hamed
    4) Johnny Nelson
    5) Ryan Rhodes
    6) Frans Botha
    7) Joe Bugner
    8) Danny Williams
    9) Matt Skelton
    10) Peter Buckley

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      Nice! lol

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  82. Anonymous2:18 PM

    1. Rocky Marciano
    2. Muhammad Ali
    3. SR Robinson
    4. Joe Frazier
    5. Jack Dempsey
    6. George Foramen
    7. Joe Lewis
    8. Henry Armstrong
    9. Mike Tyson
    10. Lennox Lewis

    1-2 are hard, Ali could beat anyone in the world at both their primes. The 'Rocky' movies are fictional, so what if Marciano didn't lose - he had some tough opponents but none like Ali. Ali had the hardest era of boxing, and came out on top. Mike Tyson was a showboat, nothing special and i don't think would be close to anyone in the top 5.

    The only reason Marciano is first on my list is because you can't argue with statistics, like it or not.

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  83. here goes a genuine ranking...
    1. sugar ray robinson ( pound to pound, he is incomparable)
    2. muhammad ali.( cassius clay) he defeated hall of fames like, joe frazier, george foreman, spinks, liston, norton.
    3.joe luis ( he became a cult, the only afro american origin who was fav for all)
    4. rocky marciano.(cant forget the undefeated)
    5. james johnson ( who can beat this black devil in his prime )
    6.s r leonard (al 5)
    7. jack dempsey ( lets respect this 2 legends)
    8. henry armstrong ( only fighter 2 hold 3 at a time)
    9. george foreman(biggest powerhouse n a champ at 45...guts is the nly word)
    10.mike tyson 9 youngest heavyweight, lost things 4 his won but had the metal)

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  84. Anonymous7:04 AM

    1.MUHAMMAD ALI
    2.CASSIUS CLAY
    3.MUHAMMAD ALI
    4.CASSIUS CLAY
    5.MUHAMMAD ALI
    6.CASSIUS CLAY
    7.MUHAMMAD ALI
    8.CASSIUS CLAY
    9.MUHAMMAD ALI
    10.CASSIUS CLAY

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      I have Ali # 1 as well but let's be real here.

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  85. Anonymous7:13 AM

    1. Muhammad Ali
    2. Mike Tyson
    3. Sugar Ray Robinson
    4. Julio Cesar Chavez
    5. Joe Louis
    6. Frank Bruno
    7. Jim Watt
    8. Sugar Shane Mosley
    9. Benny Leonard
    10. Willie Pep

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  86. Anonymous5:18 PM

    please remind me who rocky marciano faut? yes you got it no body,which makes him good but not the greatest.ali the greatest,and then who cares about the other numbers.

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  87. Anonymous7:17 PM

    Come on nobody mention the great Marvin Hagler?!

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  88. Anonymous10:01 PM

    We're forgetting Ray Leonard. He oughtta be higher. He outpunched Hearns, beat Hagler, made Duran look like a fool, and beat Benitez. As for Ali vs. Marciano, Marciano would win if he could hit Ali, which he would struggle with.

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  89. Anonymous10:04 PM

    Ali is the greatest of all time! Tyson doesn't deserve to be in the top ten! Marciano might qualify for the lower top ten. Lennox Lewis!? Please, not even in the top 20 let alone the top ten!!!

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    1. You crazy ass shit!!! Mike in hise prime was the greatest of all time. The knock out king no one could stand to that.

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  90. Anonymous3:12 AM

    1. Muhammad Ali
    2.Joe Louis
    3. Sugar Ray Robinson
    4. Mike tyson
    5.Joe Fraizer

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  91. Anonymous8:55 PM

    1. Muhammad Ali
    1. rocky marciano
    the both get first who gives a shit about 2-10

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  92. Anonymous9:09 AM

    Pauli Malinggi greatest dumbshit of all time

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  93. Anonymous12:04 PM

    1. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
    2. MUHAMMAD ALI
    3. JOE LOUIS
    4. SUGAR RAY LEONARD
    5. ROY JONES JR.
    6. MANNY PACQUIAO
    7. MIKE TYSON
    8. GEORGE FOREMAN
    9. JULIO CEASAR CHAVEZ
    10. ROCKY MARCIANO
    11. FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR.
    12. JACK DEMPSEY
    13. HENRY ARMSTRONG
    14. ROBERTO DURAN
    15. JOE CALZAGHE
    16. BERNARD HOPKINS
    17. EVANDER HOLYFIELD
    18. MARVIN HAGLER
    19. JOE FRAZIER
    20. OSCAR DELEHOYA
    21. THOMAS HEARNS
    22. LENNOX LEWIS
    23. LARRY HOLMES
    24. JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ
    25. GENE TUNNEY

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  94. Anonymous11:18 AM

    1. muhammad ali
    2. sugar ray robinson
    3. joe louis
    4. george foreman
    5. joe frazier
    6. lennox lewis
    7. david haye
    8. mike tyson
    9. manny pacquiao
    10. floyd patterson

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  95. Anonymous12:23 PM

    None of you know FUCK ALL about boxing.
    What the FUCK. George Foreman in the top 10 boxers of all time? Joe Frazier? LENNOX LEWIS? DAVID HAYE? MIKE TYSON? MANNY PACQUIAO? FLOYD PATTERSON????

    What the fuck? Is that meant to be some sick joke? All of your lists are RETARDED.

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  96. Anonymous12:27 PM

    People, your lists are all very inaccurate. No offence intended, but I genuinely can't understand how you place David Haye, Floyd Patterson, Manny Paacquiao, Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, Joe Frazier, or George Foreman in the top 10 P4P list.

    David Haye, wouldn't make the top 200 P4P boxers of all time. The lists are so inaccurate. Juan Manuel Marquez is not a top 150 P4P boxer. These lists are quite misinformed.

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  97. Anonymous9:59 PM

    Its obvious that the author has now idea that boxing has weight classes other than heavyweight. Here is my list..Some may agree some may disagree but at least I included fighters from all wright classes.
    1. Roberto Duran.
    2. Sugar Ray Robinson
    3. Muhammed Ali
    4. Joe Louis
    5. Carlos Monzon
    6. Henry Armstrong
    7. Willie Pep
    8. Archie Moore
    9. Jack Johnson
    10.Jack Dempsey
    Honorable mention go to Benny Leonard, Bob Fitzsimmons, Sam Langford, Marvin Hagler, Harry Greb, Joe Frazier, Gene Tunney..

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    1. Anonymous12:12 PM

      i dont see sugar ray leornard.the best pound for pound..how could you fucks forget him

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  98. Anonymous5:52 PM

    In compiling my list, I failed to mention Rocky Marciano..The Brocton Blockbuster has to be on any "Top 10" Due to his being the only undefeated heavyweight champion ever. I do not feel he could have beat Ali due to the size difference, Similar to Hearns-Duran. But if we are talking pound for pound, If we negate the size difference, Marciano would have beat him. Same with Duran-Hearns..The size difference was so vast, Duran had to get hit on the way in, and hit flush. But Hearns is not in the same league as Duran, Pound for Pound

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  99. Anonymous6:03 PM

    David Haye Floyd Patterson Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson , Manny Paquiano on the list ahead of Roberto Duran, Henry Armstrong, Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Carlos Monzon, Willie Pep, Rocky Marciano? Its clear that the composer of THAT list is a Occasional boxing fan that watches only the hyped fights and has no understanding of the sport or its history

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  100. Anonymous6:11 PM

    Wow. Who wrote this article? George Chuvalo's wife? To have him on a list of top 10 of all time and not have Duran, SR Robinson, Monzon, Pep, and quite a few others only show one thing: The Person who wrote this article knows as much about boxing as my 5 yr old daughter knows about the french revolution..she knows it happened in France. The writer knows that boxing takes place in a ring...thats about all he knows.

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  101. Anonymous8:26 PM

    well personally i would rate marciano as the greatest fighter muhammad ali greatest boxer tyson closest 2 compare nearest 2 any ov them then frazer

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  102. Anonymous4:11 AM

    1-Muhammed Ali
    2-Sugar Ray Robinson
    3-Joe Louis
    4-Jack Johnson
    5-Willie Pip
    6-Rocky Marciano
    7-Jack Dempsey
    8-Henry Armstrong
    9-Mike Tyson
    10-Joe Frazier

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    1. Anonymous9:14 AM

      This is the best list that I have seen so far..could be adjusted but hard to argue I would take Tyson out and put in either Foreman or Frazier probably find room for both.

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  103. I see very few people mentioned Tommy "HitMan" Hearns...I don't know how you can have a top 10 list without him on it. That man was ferocious and had what??...6 or 8 titles?? Sorry, you just can't have a list with the HitMan.

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  104. Anonymous5:57 AM

    1- suag ray robinson
    2- ali
    3- tyson
    4- pep

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  105. Anonymous9:52 AM

    1. sugar ray robinson
    2. Ali
    3. Roy jones jr.
    4. sugar ray leonard
    5. Tyson
    6. Floyd Maywether
    7. joe frazier
    8. george foreman
    9. Rocky Marciano
    10.MANNY PACQUIAO

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  106. Anonymous2:00 AM

    Everyone has his own favorite. However, ALI should be considered the top of all. He possessed everything. Personality, art, speed, stamina, ability to take punches (which were thrown by the best of heavyweights as most of the better heavyweights were during his era. His style and craftiness in the ring was an absolute delight. And also,he had the Mouth! He is indeed the greatest of boxers ever!!

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  107. Anonymous4:18 PM

    it's written that Rocky Marciano was born in 1969, actually hes has died on that date, he was born on 1923.
    The second mistake is written "he never defeat", should be "he has never been defeated".

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  108. Anonymous10:16 AM

    Has Everyone forgotten Tommy Hearns?
    His acomplishmments:


    The first man ever to win four world titles in four weight classes (1987-10-29): from 147 to 154 to 175 to 160 to be the first ever Quadruple Champion in boxing.
    The first man ever to win five world titles in five different boxing divisions: (1988-11-04): from 147 to 154 to 175 to 160 to 168. The first ever Quintuple Champion in boxing.
    The first man to win a world title at welterweight (147) and then later win a world title at super middleweight (1988-11-04).
    The first man to win a world title at welterweight (147) and then later win a world title at light-heavyweight (1987-03-07).
    The first man to win a world title at super welterweight (154) and then later win a world title at super middleweight (1988-11-04).
    The first man to win a world title at super welterweight (154) and then later win a world title at light-heavyweight (1987-03-07).
    The first man to win a world title at middleweight (160) and then later win a world title at super middleweight (1988-11-04).
    The first man to win a world title at super middleweight (168) and then later win a world title at light heavyweight title (1991-06-03).
    The first man to win a world title at light heavyweight (175) and then later win a world title at middleweight (1987-10-29).
    The first man to win a world title at light heavyweight (175), win a world title at middleweight and later win another light heavyweight title (1991-06-03).
    The 11th man to win three different titles in three different weight divisions (1987-03-07): 147 to 154 to 175 to be a Triple Champion.
    The 42nd WBA world welterweight (147) champion.
    The 18th WBC world super welterweight (154) champion.
    The 11th The Ring super welterweight (154) champion.
    The 19th WBC world middleweight (160) champion.
    The 14th WBC world light heavyweight (175) champion.
    The 36th WBA world light heavyweight (175) champion.
    The 8th WBU world cruiserweight (190) champion.
    The 7th IBO world cruiserweight champion.
    [edit]

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  109. Anonymous7:28 AM

    muhammad ali the best of all

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  110. Anonymous4:41 AM

    Muhammad Ali - The Greatest
    Sugar Ray Robinson
    Joe Louis
    Rocky Marciano
    Mike Tyson
    George Foreman
    Joe Frazier
    Jack Johnson
    Jack Dampsey

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  111. Anonymous4:49 PM

    well, what is greatness?

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  112. Anonymous2:22 PM

    Ali owned the ring

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  113. Anonymous10:15 AM

    These fighters had the warriors heart, Courage to stand and fight with the best and win at all cost. These are the greatest of all time pound per pound fighters.

    1) Floyd Mayweather
    2) Thomas Hearns
    3) Jerry Cooney
    4) Leon Spinks
    5) Buster Douglas
    6) Tommy Morrison
    7) Michael Moorer
    8) Jerry Quarry
    9) Ken Norton
    10)Sonny Liston

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  114. Anonymous9:34 AM

    1_ali
    2_mike tayson
    3_goarge formane

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    1. Anonymous9:03 AM

      Got to learn how to spell their names.

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  115. Anonymous1:31 PM

    1 MIke Tyson
    2 MIke tyosn
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    Mike Tyson

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    1. Anonymous9:03 AM

      You have to be kidding.

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    2. Anonymous6:11 AM

      yo forgettin about Nigel Benn all of you he was mint

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  116. Anonymous11:24 PM

    this is the moat accurate list.
    1. Manny pacquiao- the only boxer who hold the record as 8th division world champion.

    2. Muhammad Ali - known for his boxing skills and charisma.

    3. Sugar ray Robinson

    4. Rocky Marciano

    5. Henry Armstrong

    6. Joe Louis

    7. Sugar Ray Leonard

    8. Willie Pepp

    9. Roberto Duran

    10. Mike Tyson

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  117. Anonymous2:58 AM

    mohammad ali george foreman sugar ray leonard lenox lewis the golden boy dela hoya n last manny pacquiao ill vote them as top 10 greatest boxer

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  118. Anonymous4:12 PM

    Mike tyson is good but ALI IS NUMBER ONE. IRON MIKE KILLS PEOPLE BUT ALI IS THE BEST AND THEN SURGAR RAY. AFTER SKIMMING THREW ALL THESE POSTS THE TOP TWO ARE ALI AND SUGAR RAY ROBINSON, BOTH VERY GOOD BUT DONT FORGET ABOUT JOE LEWIS, WENT 66-3 CHANCES OF WINNING ARE OFF THE CHART. ALI IS THE BEST BECAUSE OF HIS SKILLS, NO DOUT ABOUT IT BUT RIGHT BEHIND HIM IS SURGAR AND LEWIS. ALL OF THEM ARE THE TOP 3 BOXERS EVER TO FIGHT. YOU CAN SAY ITS JUST A OPINION BUT LOOK AT THE STATS, LOOK AT THE FIGHT AND YOU WILL THEN UNDERSTAND WHO IS NUMBER 1.

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  119. Anonymous3:11 PM

    1.ALI
    2....
    3....
    4....
    5....
    6.ROBINSON,TYSON and

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  120. Anonymous4:12 AM

    How can you leave out the Klitchko's?

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    1. Anonymous9:04 AM

      Because their is nobody around for them to fight and we talking all-time here!

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  121. Anonymous3:20 AM

    Rockie Marciano's record says it all. Its the
    fact sheet that counts.Of course there were many great and we all know who they were. Ali,
    Frazier, etc

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  122. Anonymous10:27 PM

    pacquioa

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  123. Anonymous4:32 AM

    anonymous said..

    Of course..this is the most of the mos accurate ranking:

    1. Manny Pacquiao
    2. Muhammad Ali
    3. Sugar Ray Leonard
    4. Nonito Donaire
    5. Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
    6. Rocky Marciano
    7. Tommy Hearns
    8. Juan Manuel Marquez
    9. Gabriel Elorde
    10. Joe Frazier

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    1. Anonymous9:07 AM

      A couple of your choices are good but to not rate Sugar Ray Robinson ahead of both Pacquiao and Leonard is shameful and Manny ahead of Ali you have got to be in a different world Sir!

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    2. sorry but who the hell is donaire???????

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  124. Anonymous4:21 AM

    Julio Cesar Chavez went 98 fights unbeaten, beat all the best fighters around at the time yet still gets overlooked by the so called experts who only see heavyweights. Muhammed Ali was beaten by Leon Spinks for christ sake. Chavez went on too long and could only earn by fighting bigger men in weight class. He also had the best chin of any fighter bar non.

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    1. Anonymous9:08 AM

      Chavez was great but there were a lot of cab drivers in there.

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  125. Anonymous11:36 AM

    Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao is the best there is the best there was and the best there ever will be!!! enought of your shit list!

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  126. LaraP1:49 PM

    Where the heck is Sugar Ray Robinson?! THE BEST ever ever ever in my mind, no question (and yes, Ali is a close second but wow). For those of you who want to see a much, much better list of the greatest boxers of all time this one is worth a look (and you can vote them up/down).

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    1. Anonymous9:09 AM

      Finally someone I can agree with!

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  127. Anonymous5:16 PM

    Proofread your work man. How can we take this seriously?

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  128. 1. ROCKY MARCIANO
    2. RICARDO " EL FINITO " LOPEZ
    3. MUHAMMAD ALI
    4. MANNY PACQUIAO
    5. MIKE TYSON
    6. JULIO CEASAR CHAVEZ
    7. FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR.
    8. JACK DEMPSEY
    9. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
    10. JOE LOUIS

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  129. Anonymous4:22 PM

    Rjordan said...
    1.SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
    2.HENRY ARMSTRONG
    3.JULIO CESAR CHAVEZ
    4.ROBERTO DURAN
    5.BENNY LEONARD
    6.JOE LOUIS
    7.JACK JOHNSON
    8.MARVIN HAGLER
    9.MUHAMMAD ALI
    10.RICARDO LOPEZ

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    1. Anonymous9:10 AM

      This is a great list but Chavez Duran, Leonard, Hagler not over Ali..not in anyone's list

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  130. Anonymous12:04 AM

    RAMIL PICK
    1.MUHAMMAD ALI
    2.ROCKY MARCIANO
    3.ROBERTO DURAN
    4.MARVIN HAGLER
    5.ROY JONES JR.
    6.ALEXIS ARGUELLO
    7.JOE LOUIS
    8.TITO TRINIDAD
    9.SUGAR RAY LEONARD
    10.MANNY PACQUIAO

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    1. Anonymous9:11 AM

      Pretty good list hard to argue.

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  131. Anonymous10:25 AM

    1. Muhammad Ali

    How doesn't put him on #1 doesn't understand his fighting, i saw tyson a lot on nr.1 and i respect him 2, but he was never such a good boxer like ali, tyson was a good fighter :-D so plz give ali the respect he deserves

    2. Joe Frazier

    Damn, this man was blind on one eye, and i didn't tell anyone until he retired !!! i don't think he's # 2 but for sure top 10, and added him cuz nearly noone else did

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  132. Anonymous8:44 PM

    I won't debate your list, we could argue for days about who is what. But we do agree on number one. All boxers, are also fighters. Some, more boxer than figher and others fight too much. The one's that could pull all of it together were and are the great boxers. I dought I will see in my lifetime anyone better than Muhammad Ali. Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee! Muhammad Ali...Bumaye!

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  133. Anonymous7:37 AM

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  134. Anonymous7:37 AM

    hello! my name is BOB

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  135. REALAZTECLOKOTE!4:38 AM

    @cwalkingweasle because Chavez has gone over ten years straight without a loss. Chavez is a 6 time champion in 3 different divisions. He also amassed a career record of 88-0 before his first loss to Frankie Randall. his record is: Won 107 Lost 6, 2 draws, 80 KO!!!!he got a good record bitch! one of the greates boxers of all the time asshole! you suck mothafuckka!! now get the fuck outta here

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  136. Anonymous6:16 AM

    1. kirsty e on the m.i.c
    2. rachael t check check 123
    3. davie t rocking the maccy dee
    4.

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  137. Anonymous6:30 AM

    1.sugar ray robinson
    2.smoking joe frazier
    3.muahmmed ali
    4.mike tyson
    5.lennox lewis
    6.david haye
    7.roy jones jr
    8.rocky marciano
    9.kell brook
    10.evander holyfield
    not the order and not all of them but they are 10 of the best boxers of all time and up to now

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  138. Anonymous6:44 PM

    Anderson Silva front kick!!!

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  139. Anonymous1:59 PM

    My personal opinion is that you can't make this decision on just the statistics alone, I feel you should also take into account about what they did outside the ring. I always thought that James J. Braddock was one of the better fighters, but that's because he helped many people out outside the ring.. Ali was great out of the ring to. Old Marciano was a leader for those that lost hope of making something of themselves. Tyson gave hope to young people who had it hard on the streets, showing them that good things can happen no matter where you come from. They all did good, and they all did bad, but that's human nature.

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  140. Anonymous6:17 PM

    those who dont have MIKE as their number one can eat dog shit.

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  141. Anonymous3:14 AM

    google sucks!! Just deleted my heart-felt, pissing on this blogger. THIS TOP 10...BAD! When description of Boxers has multiple, basic literary flaws....your getting flawed, basic literary OPINIONS of a blogger that got a C or less in English 101, but feels smart cus they are in a freshman community college.
    Boxing existed before 1991, dummy! Holyfield getting mentioned but NOT Chevas or De La Hoya equals(=) 1 stupid MOFO! Comment all day and night, I'll never be here again

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  142. Anonymous6:41 PM

    no you are all wrong it goes

    1.butter bean
    2.kimbo slice
    3.amir khan
    4.ghandi
    5.rocky balboa
    6.stone cold
    7.rikishi
    8.goku
    9.sylvester stylone
    10.bruce lee

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  143. Anonymous7:35 PM

    1. muhammed ali, 2.mike tyson, 3 rocky marcino, 4 joe luios, 5 joe frazierr , 6 george foreman 7 sonny liston, 8 mayweather 9 paquino and 10 sugar ray. All of those lists make no sense! LOOK AT THE STATS PEOPLE!!!!!!!

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  144. Anonymous6:22 AM

    tyson hands down in his prime was unstoppable, the people who are puttin mayweather dont have a clue haha

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  145. Anonymous7:45 PM

    1 tyson
    2 tyson
    3 tyson
    4 tyson
    5 tyson
    6 tyson
    7 tyson
    8 tyson
    9 tyson
    10 tyson

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  146. Anonymous2:51 PM

    what about james j. bradock

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  147. Anonymous1:13 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ki4UKsI8bms ...

    the 3 best ever

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  148. Anonymous9:44 PM

    1.ALI :)

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  149. Not sure why there are so many reponses by anonymous.

    One of my all time lists that tries to pick somebody form various division

    SUGAR RAY ROBINSON
    HENRY ARMSTRONG
    WILLIE PEP
    ROBERTO DURAN
    BARNEY ROSS
    TONY CANZONERI
    JOE LOUIS
    ARCHIE MOORE
    EDER JOFRE
    JIMMY WILDE
    ***possible substitutes: Benny Leonard, Harry Greb, Mickey Walker.

    For Ali, one needs to break his long-service into component parts, and
    once you take out the hype and flash, he was just an ordinary fighter
    who had trouble with boxers like Henry Cooper, Doug Jones, Joe Frazier,
    Ken Norton, Leon Spinks and Jimmy Young.

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    1. Anonymous5:41 PM

      I agree, Ali is highly overrated. Also, the writer of the article said Marciano was born in 1969! That's the year he died! He was born in 1923.

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  150. Anonymous11:13 AM

    1. Sam Langford
    2. John.L.Sullivan
    3. Muhammed Ali
    4. Joe Frasier, Mike Tyson, Bob Fitsimmons, James.J.Corbet, James.J.Jeffries, Jack Johnson, Jack Dempsey, Joe Luis, Sonny Liston
    6. Peter Jackson, Harry Wills
    7. Floyd Patterson, Rocky Marciano, George Foreman
    8. Leon Spinks, Ken Norton, Larry Holmes
    9. Max Schmeling, Max Baer, Ezzard Charles, Jersey Joe Walcott
    10. Jack Sharkey, Evander Holyfield, Archie Moore, Riddick Bowe, Frank Bruno

    P.s. Lennox Lewis was so bad he got hit in the slats every single fight and he sucked shit

    NOW FOR THE REAL GREATS

    James Figg, Jack Broughton, Daniel Mendoza, John Jackson, Jem Belcher, Henry Pearce, John Gully, Bill Richmond, Tom Cribb, Tom Molineaux, Tom Spring, Tom Sayers, John Heenan, Jem Mace, Tom King

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  151. shold this be named greatest heavyweights of all time???????
    i feel there is a lot of piss taking going on, if your a boxing fan here goes.
    1,ali
    2,robinson
    3,armstrong
    4,duran
    5,chavez
    6,pep
    7,b.leonard
    8,s.r.leonard
    9,paquiao
    10,holyfield.....considering cruiser as well which many forget!

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    1. Anonymous3:24 PM

      At last , someone talking sense with a good list. not sure about Holyfield though!

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  152. Anonymous8:53 AM

    AnonymousMar 26, 2007 03:47 PM
    You obviously don't know very much about boxing, and its history. Who ever the fool is, who arranged this list must never have heard that boxing does in fact have weight classes, and decided he is an expert after reading maybe 2 ring magazine articles.
    The dismissing of trully great pound for pound champions, to substitute George Chuvalo is a joke. Now, I'm a big fan of Chuvalo, one of the most underrated fighters, but if you ask George himself, I'm sure he'd even disclude himself.
    ( Surprised he didn't mention Rocky Balboa )
    So, here is a more accurate top ten list.

    1. Sugar Ray Robinson
    2. Muhammad Ali
    3. Henry Armstrong
    4. Joe Louis
    5. Roberto Duran
    6. Archie Moore
    7. Willie Pep
    8. Sugar Ray Leonard
    9. Carlos Monzon
    10. Kid Gavalian


    you my friend are the biggest fucking idiot to walk this earth u fucking moron

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  153. Anonymous8:37 PM

    muhammad
    joe l
    ray
    pep
    armstrong
    moore
    brook
    tyson
    duran
    monzon

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