View Full Version : Mike McCallum top 8 wins


SCtrojansbaby
10-08-2011, 06:34 AM
Along with Ali Monzon Chavez and RJJ he has maybe the deepest resume in modern boxing

in no order

1.Collins
2.Watson
3.Kalule
4.Kalambay
5.Curry
6.Harding
7.McCrory
8.Jackson

and not a single bad losses on his resume

He lacks the one super A+ win for me top put him in that elite 6 category but he is right below it

BennyST
10-08-2011, 06:47 AM
Along with Ali Monzon Chavez and RJJ he has maybe the deepest resume in modern boxing

in no order

1.Collins
2.Watson
3.Kalule
4.Kalambay
5.Curry
6.Harding
7.McCrory
8.Jackson

and not a single bad losses on his resume

He lacks the one super A+ win for me top put him in that elite 6 category but he is right below it

Graham probably a better win, at the time, but Kalule better name. Nonetheless, an amazing resume.

Emon723
12-02-2011, 04:42 AM
1.Jackson - considering what Julian have done after from 1987-1992
2.Curry - a fan favorites "KO of the year"
3.Graham - said to be one of the best middleweight title fights
4.Watson - this was after Nunn's so-so performances, Mike was displaced Nunn as a top middleweight, and Eubank struggled with Watson in their first fight.
5.Collins - later beat Eubank and Benn twice
6.Kalambay - avenged his only loss in his prime.
7.Harding - won the Light heavyweight title at 38.
8.McCrory or Kalule

SCtrojansbaby
12-02-2011, 12:37 PM
1.Jackson - considering what Julian have done after from 1987-1992
2.Curry - a fan favorites "KO of the year"
3.Graham - said to be one of the best middleweight title fights
4.Watson - this was after Nunn's so-so performances, Mike was displaced Nunn as a top middleweight, and Eubank struggled with Watson in their first fight.
5.Collins - later beat Eubank and Benn twice
6.Kalambay - avenged his only loss in his prime.
7.Harding - won the Light heavyweight title at 38.
8.McCrory or Kalule

IMO Collins and Kalambay are his top 2 wins.

Also when Toney beat McCallum in their 2nd fight McCallum was in his prime.