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    Who do you consider to be the best or greatest fighter ever ?any discipline ?

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    There is a few fighters in boxing history in MMA or other dicipline worth mentionning !


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    Cain Velasquez. This man is the fastest heavyweight that I have ever seen.

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    I do not think outside the box, I do not think inside the box, I do not even know where the box is.

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    Sticking to boxing: Sugar Ray Robinson.

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    Muhammad Ali a.k.a. Cassius Clay

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelcairo View Post
    Sticking to boxing: Sugar Ray Robinson.
    Yup, Joe Louis also a great boxer, Ali, Dempsyy and Jonhson for there time, and the never beaten rocky marciano, that dude had mad stamina for his division. there are many others, likes holmes and stuff as well.

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    Hi all


    The noble art or a Master in submission Royce Gracie First champ of UFC 1?
    Hard to choose sometimes ?


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    Iron Mike Tyson

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    Best boxer = Sugar Ray Leonard; best puncher = Mike Tyson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Best boxer = Sugar Ray Leonard; best puncher = Mike Tyson.
    Have you seen the matchs involving Sugar Ray and Roberto Duran (Mano De Piedra)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BookerL View Post
    Have you seen the matchs involving Sugar Ray and Roberto Duran (Mano De Piedra)?

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    "No Mas, No Mas" - Duran

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    "No Mas, No Mas" - Duran

    That means no more in English.
    Yo hablo espanol tambien!

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    Leonard vs. Hagler was actually a greater perfromance of boxing skill. Hagler was a larger, stronger, more vicious opponent than Duran who was a street brawler. Both were frustrated by Sugar Ray's skills. Ask Tommy Hearns about how vicious Hagler was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Leonard vs. Hagler was actually a greater perfromance of boxing skill. Hagler was a larger, stronger, more vicious opponent than Duran who was a street brawler. Both were frustrated by Sugar Ray's skills. Ask Tommy Hearns about how vicious Hagler was.
    I remember the promotions of those fights many where predicting that Marvin Hagler would beat Sugar Ray !
    He was definitely a great fighter and defeated great opponents

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