View Full Version : Your top 5 fav. heavyweights of all time

Wu-Tang 9
07-07-2005, 12:07 PM
I want to know who ur top 5 favorite boxers are....Im vintage so i gotta go with:

1.Joe Louis- GOAT no if ands or buts, he had no flaws and beat very repecatble heavyweights. THE GOLDEN AGE OF BOXING.

2.Floyd Patterson-He brought a new unique style to boxing with the leaping left.he revived boxing before ali came on

3.Sonny Liston- Big heavy boxer who had a mean left hook maybe the best ever. Again before ali, that is why when he fought him he was 36. And the second ali fight he took a dive for the mob for 5,000,000$.

4.Jack Dempsey-The Manassa Mauler was one of the first to display any kind of aggression in the ring. Great Fighter.

5.Mke Tyson-As a young man he could beat anyone. He would bob and weave and then hit you with vicious fluries of punches and put you on the ground. He average fight when he was a teen was 2:04

Prince Rai
07-07-2005, 01:12 PM
iintelligent choice 9

1) ALI, often mentioned but he was so high profile + good fighter, wud be nice to have another ali
2)Foreman, he fights like a champ, he shoed strength and love for the art.
3)LISTON, similar reasons as above
4)TYSON, could defeat anyone, even Ali if he could be transporeted back into time.
5)SAMUEL PETER, hes the future, n i need 2 mention him cos HW division needs pepperin

07-09-2005, 07:03 AM
Shit I like Tyson and Lewis

07-10-2005, 04:03 AM
1.Marciano - His style was sooooo fuckin ugly but he was the most powerful puncher of all time
2.Joe Louis - Was jus simply great all around, I mean he held the title for a record that prob will never be broken 12 years.
3. Tyson - This isnt a topic on my greatest top 5 but Tyson was great in his prime, If you watch his interveiws from the early 90's late 80's you gone see he was a real nice dude main an i respect em, he wasn always crazy.
4. Jack Johnson - Not really known today in our era, but he was pretty sick in the ring an he was literally a PIMP babay
5. Frazier - He was like Curtis Mayfield, coo an smooth he wasn to big like Liston or Ali or Foreman but this lil nigga could punch an i respect that.

07-10-2005, 09:08 AM
1. Muhammad Ali (This man defines the word "greatness." Everything he did (with the exception of fighting for too long) backed up his self-proclamation of being the greatest. At trash talking ... Ali was the greatest, at being an entertainer ... Ali was the greatest, at being an overall showman ... Ali was the greatest. Oh yeah, he was a pretty decent boxer, too.)
2. Rocky Marciano
3. Sugar Ray Leonard
4. George Forman
5. Joe Frazier

Tru Masta
07-13-2005, 01:31 PM
1. Mohammed Ali
2. Max Schmeling
3. George Foreman
4. Mike Tyson
5. Sugar Ray Leonard

07-13-2005, 02:32 PM
if Tyson didnt fuck himself up with women and craziness he would be the UNDISPUTED GOAT

3-5 is whateva

Prince Rai
07-13-2005, 02:34 PM
if Tyson didnt fuck himself up with women and craziness he would be the UNDISPUTED GOAT

3-5 is whateva
lol, you dont know many boxers do you?