View Full Version : Best boxers from each country


Steak
03-17-2011, 02:23 AM
We'll just skip out on America, thats exhausting. but if you really want to, knock yourself out.

Argentina
Australia
Canada
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican Republic
France
Ghana
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Panama
Russia
South Korea
Thailand

I excluded Britain and Mexico on purpose as well, but you can take a whack at them if you want to.

Edit:
I actually meant to list multiple fighters per country.

kind of a shout out to underappreciated contributers to boxing history.

Quarry
03-17-2011, 03:06 AM
We'll just skip out on America, thats exhausting. but if you really want to, knock yourself out.

Argentina
Australia
Canada
Colombia
Cuba
Dominican Republic
France
Ghana
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Panama
Russia
South Korea
Thailand

I excluded Britain and Mexico on purpose as well, but you can take a whack at them if you want to.

i seen this on a Anabolic Steroid website

Barn
03-17-2011, 04:31 AM
Canadian - Sam Langford.
Brazilian - Eder Jofre
New Zealand - Bob Fitzsimmons
Argentina - Carlos Monzon
Barbados - Barbados Joe Walcott
Britain - Jimmy Wilde
USA - Ray Robinson
Nicaragua - Alezis Agruello
Panama - Roberto Duran
Columbia - Antonio Cervantes
Chile - Arturo Godoy
Cuba - Kid Gavilan
Dominican Republic - Vilomar Fernandez
Ecuador - Eugenio Espinoza
Guyana - Terrence Alli
Jamaica - Mike McCallum
Mexico - Julio Cesar Chavez
Paraguay - Kid Pascualito
Peru - Mauro Mina
Norway - Magne Havna
Puerto Rico - Wilfred Benitez
Venezuala - Vincente Rondon
Belgium - Rene DeVos
Finland - Gunnar Barlund
France - Marcel Cerdan
Germany - Max Schmeling
Ireland - Peter Maher
Italy - Duilio Loi
Hungary - Lazlo Papp
Netherlands - Rudi Koopmans
Norway - Pete Sanstol
Poland - Dariusz Michalczewski
Portugal - Johnny Pena
Romania - Aurel Toma
Spain - Baltasar Sangchili
Sweden - Ingemar Johansson
Switzerland - Frank Erne
Australia - Peter Jackson
Phillipines - Pacquiao
Battling Nelson - Denmark
Yugoslavia (Bosnia): Mirjan Benes
Rumania: Lucien Bute.
Uganda: Ayub Kalule
Thailand: Khaosai Galaxi.
Venezuela: Edwin Valero
Ukraine: Kid Kaplan
South Africa - Baby Jake Matlala
Nigeria - Dick Tiger
Ghana - Azumah Nelson
Syria - Mustafo Hamsho
The Virgin Islands - Julian Jackson

From another thread I made. I archived all the mentions into 1 post.

SCtrojansbaby
03-17-2011, 05:31 AM
Trinidad>>>>>>Benitez

Vadrigar.
03-17-2011, 06:19 AM
i seen this on a Anabolic Steroid website

I've seen other threads too, strange.....:thinking:

http://www.newsteroid.com/blog/a-thread-just-for-the-user-named-hweightblogger/

chiguy91
03-17-2011, 06:31 AM
just check boxrec, they got tabs to check every country or region, active or all time.
http://boxrec.com/ratings.php?country=&sex=m&division=P4P&status=A&SUBMIT=Go

SirTomJones
03-17-2011, 07:03 AM
Wales - Jimmy Wilde

RubenSonny
03-17-2011, 07:44 AM
From another thread I made. I archived all the mentions into 1 post.

I'd have Griffith instead of Jackson for Virgin Islands.

Barn
03-17-2011, 12:07 PM
I'd have Griffith instead of Jackson for Virgin Islands.
I would too but, I was only selecting all the mentions given to me an compiling them in one post to make it easier than viewing the whole thread :)
I would also have Olivares > Chavez for the Mexican spot.

RubenSonny
03-17-2011, 12:22 PM
I would too but, I was only selecting all the mentions given to me an compiling them in one post to make it easier than viewing the whole thread :)
I would also have Olivares > Chavez for the Mexican spot.

Yeah I think I remember that thread from a while back and you'll get no argument from me in placing Olivares over Chavez.

SBleeder
03-17-2011, 07:49 PM
Argentina - Carlos Monzon
Australia - Lionel Rose
Canada - Sam Langford
Colombia - Antonio Cervantes
Cuba - Jose Napoles
Dominican Republic - Joan Guzman
France - Marcel Cerdan
Ghana - Azumah Nelson
Ireland - Jimmy McLarnin
Italy - Young Corbett III
Japan - Fighting Harada
Panama -Roberto Duran
Russia - Kostya Tsyzu
South Korea - Jung-Koo Chang
Thailand - Khaosai Galaxy
UK - Bob Fitzsimmons
Mexico - Ricardo Lopez

Barn
03-17-2011, 07:57 PM
Argentina - Carlos Monzon
Australia - Lionel Rose
Canada - Sam Langford
Colombia - Antonio Cervantes
Cuba - Jose Napoles
Dominican Republic - Joan Guzman
France - Marcel Cerdan
Ghana - Azumah Nelson
Ireland - Jimmy McLarnin
Italy - Young Corbett III
Japan - Fighting Harada
Panama -Roberto Duran
Russia - Kostya Tsyzu
South Korea - Jung-Koo Chang
Thailand - Khaosai Galaxy
UK - Bob Fitzsimmons
Mexico - Ricardo Lopez
A few picks I would disagree with but, very good list :)

istmeno
03-17-2011, 08:04 PM
Trinidad>>>>>>Beniteznot in this lifetime or any other. tito at best is 4th on any list of pr fighters. ortiz, benitez, and gomez all rank higher. and this is coming from a huge tito fan. great fighter, but there is no shame in coming in fourth on that list.

Steak
03-17-2011, 08:06 PM
I actually meant to list multiple fighters per country.

kind of a shout out to underappreciated contributers to boxing history.

Scott9945
03-17-2011, 08:39 PM
Trinidad>>>>>>Benitez

The Benitez who beat Palomino would be hell for Trinidad. I could see Trinidad getting badly outboxed as Benitez was very difficult to hit cleanly.

Wild Blue Yonda
03-17-2011, 08:51 PM
A well-prepped Benitez would hardly drop a round to Trinidad --- I mean that.

NChristo
03-18-2011, 04:27 PM
I actually meant to list multiple fighters per country.

kind of a shout out to underappreciated contributers to boxing history.

Colombia -

Miguel 'Happy' Lora
Antonio Cervantes
Rodrigo Valdez
Fidel Bassa
Antonio Herrera
Bernardo Caraballo
Yonnhy Perez


Lora I feel is hugely under appreciated as a boxer, especially his defensive prowess, he's up there with the best yet rarely gets mentioned at all.

IronDanHamza
03-18-2011, 04:38 PM
A well-prepped Benitez would hardly drop a round to Trinidad --- I mean that.

I don't think that's really up for debate.

Benitez would have next to no problems with Trinidad.