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Ziggy Stardust
07-10-2009, 10:17 AM
Fifth installment:


1. Ray Robinson 1,787-192-21 (1,408) .899
2. Sam Langford 1,538-435-27 (1,355) .776
3. Ray Leonard 1,453-456-91 (778) .749
4. Henry Armstrong 1,461-501-38 (1,154) .740
5. Jose Napoles 1,333-602-65 (846) .683
6. Oscar De La Hoya 1,227-679-94 (778) .637
7. Tommy Ryan 1,101-836-63 (529) .566
8. Emile Griffith 972-849-179 (337) .531
9. Jimmy McLarnin 998-885-117 (394) .528
10. Thomas Hearns 971-977-52 (685) .499
11. Shane Mosley 932-982-86 (490) .488
12. Wilfred Benitez 877-1,031-92 (312) .462
13. Felix Trinidad 865-1,054-81 (504) .453
14. Aaron Pryor 866-1,082-52 (498) .446
15. Kid Gavilan 729-1,118-153 (264) .403
16. Barney Ross 679-1,164-157 (264) .379
17. Floyd Mayweather Jr. 592-1,314-94 (253) .320
18. Antonio Cervantes 533-1,384-83 (234) .287
19. Kostya Tszyu 477-1,460-63 (323) .254
20. Duilio Loi 371-1,546-83 (153) .206
21. Simon Brown 365-1,580-55 (208) .196

mickey malone
07-10-2009, 11:51 AM
Pipino Cuevas?

Ziggy Stardust
07-11-2009, 09:53 AM
Bump......

Ziggy Stardust
09-14-2011, 08:14 PM
Bumped for McGoorty :chuckle9:

joseph5620
09-14-2011, 08:42 PM
Fifth installment:


1. Ray Robinson 1,787-192-21 (1,408) .899
2. Sam Langford 1,538-435-27 (1,355) .776
3. Ray Leonard 1,453-456-91 (778) .749
4. Henry Armstrong 1,461-501-38 (1,154) .740
5. Jose Napoles 1,333-602-65 (846) .683
6. Oscar De La Hoya 1,227-679-94 (778) .637
7. Tommy Ryan 1,101-836-63 (529) .566
8. Emile Griffith 972-849-179 (337) .531
9. Jimmy McLarnin 998-885-117 (394) .528
10. Thomas Hearns 971-977-52 (685) .499
11. Shane Mosley 932-982-86 (490) .488
12. Wilfred Benitez 877-1,031-92 (312) .462
13. Felix Trinidad 865-1,054-81 (504) .453
14. Aaron Pryor 866-1,082-52 (498) .446
15. Kid Gavilan 729-1,118-153 (264) .403
16. Barney Ross 679-1,164-157 (264) .379
17. Floyd Mayweather Jr. 592-1,314-94 (253) .320
18. Antonio Cervantes 533-1,384-83 (234) .287
19. Kostya Tszyu 477-1,460-63 (323) .254
20. Duilio Loi 371-1,546-83 (153) .206
21. Simon Brown 365-1,580-55 (208) .196




Oscar Delahoya is way too high in my opinion. I can't see Pryor, Cervantes, Tszyu, making this list without Pipino Cuevas and Pernell Whitaker.


But I do realize you're only going with what you were given.

Ziggy Stardust
09-14-2011, 08:49 PM
Oscar Delahoya is way too high in my opinion. I can't see Pryor, Cervantes, Tszyu, making this list without Pipino Cuevas and Pernell Whitaker.


But I do realize you're only going with what you were given.

I certainly wouldn't have figured Oscar finishing that high either. In a way you could say that IRL Oscar was less then the sum of his parts. Whitaker's with the Lightweights btw.

Poet

joseph5620
09-14-2011, 09:35 PM
I certainly wouldn't have figured Oscar finishing that high either. In a way you could say that IRL Oscar was less then the sum of his parts. Whitaker's with the Lightweights btw.
Poet

Oh ok thanks. Sorry I didn't check that out earlier.

McGoorty
09-15-2011, 02:08 PM
Oscar Delahoya is way too high in my opinion. I can't see Pryor, Cervantes, Tszyu, making this list without Pipino Cuevas and Pernell Whitaker.


But I do realize you're only going with what you were given.
DeLaHoya 5th.............. ?????????????????...... what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ziggy Stardust
09-15-2011, 02:12 PM
DeLaHoya 5th.............. ?????????????????...... what !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Yeah, like I said earlier in real life Oscar was probably less then the sum of his parts.

McGoorty
09-15-2011, 02:38 PM
Yeah, like I said earlier in real life Oscar was probably less then the sum of his parts.
He sure was....... just a question,... How many big names do think missed that 20 ???.. I bet there's a fair few.

Ziggy Stardust
09-15-2011, 02:43 PM
He sure was....... just a question,... How many big names do think missed that 20 ???.. I bet there's a fair few.

In the Welter, Middle, and Lightweight divisions quite a few.....those three weight classes are absolutely stacked with talent no other division comes close to them.

Poet

McGoorty
09-15-2011, 03:24 PM
In the Welter, Middle, and Lightweight divisions quite a few.....those three weight classes are absolutely stacked with talent no other division comes close to them.

Poet
Thats what I thought....... BTW I haven't seen you on many of my threads lately !!!.. Huh !!!.... mini lol............ And after I resurrected some of your corpse's that were once cool threads..... and now they are COOL AGAIN..... McGoorty with the magic touch....mini lol,. ------------------ Put your mind to some fighters that you think are the P4P fighter of the years,.. through the years,...... That'll give you some grief....... sucker...... BIG LOL.

McGoorty
09-22-2011, 02:51 PM
Fifth installment:


1. Ray Robinson 1,787-192-21 (1,408) .899
2. Sam Langford 1,538-435-27 (1,355) .776
3. Ray Leonard 1,453-456-91 (778) .749
4. Henry Armstrong 1,461-501-38 (1,154) .740
5. Jose Napoles 1,333-602-65 (846) .683
6. Oscar De La Hoya 1,227-679-94 (778) .637
7. Tommy Ryan 1,101-836-63 (529) .566
8. Emile Griffith 972-849-179 (337) .531
9. Jimmy McLarnin 998-885-117 (394) .528
10. Thomas Hearns 971-977-52 (685) .499
11. Shane Mosley 932-982-86 (490) .488
12. Wilfred Benitez 877-1,031-92 (312) .462
13. Felix Trinidad 865-1,054-81 (504) .453
14. Aaron Pryor 866-1,082-52 (498) .446
15. Kid Gavilan 729-1,118-153 (264) .403
16. Barney Ross 679-1,164-157 (264) .379
17. Floyd Mayweather Jr. 592-1,314-94 (253) .320
18. Antonio Cervantes 533-1,384-83 (234) .287
19. Kostya Tszyu 477-1,460-63 (323) .254
20. Duilio Loi 371-1,546-83 (153) .206
21. Simon Brown 365-1,580-55 (208) .196
Accidently bumped for Poet ......................

Cloud
09-22-2011, 03:00 PM
Hi Poet.

Ive only just noticed this and to be truthful...i have no idea how it works but im very interested in it. If you would, could you explain to me how all this works?

Sorry for being a newb :oops: