View Full Version : Biggest and/or Fastest Combos ever


NexBesThang
07-31-2006, 09:50 PM
I haven't seen much but I got
Roy Jones vs. Tony Thorton, don't know what RND
Roy Jones vs. Vinny Pazienza, 3rd RND

Dye
07-31-2006, 10:23 PM
suger Ray Leonard in an Amatuer fight

Brockton Lip
07-31-2006, 10:34 PM
Ali vs London. That is the ultimate.

NJFighter91
07-31-2006, 11:16 PM
It'll be awesome if you guys could provide links to the vids for the people who have no idea what it was.

Heckler
08-01-2006, 07:04 AM
Ali vs Brian London... just ****en amazing.

hellfire508
08-01-2006, 07:42 AM
Ali vs London. That is the ultimate.

I agree. That is like a blur.

hellfire508
08-01-2006, 07:43 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jU2YPXghFkU&search=ali%20brian%20london

That is Ali-London.

I have seen combos like that in the gym, when people are shadow boxing without gloves or whatever, but THAT, in a heavyweight fight, is simply amazing.

Yaman
08-01-2006, 08:46 AM
That is overrated. It wasnt THAT fast. The quality was very ****ty too. It was fast, but Roy Jones has doen much faster combos.

Tyson vs Jamison was sick.

platinummatt
08-01-2006, 09:21 AM
I think people can go faster

K-DOGG
08-01-2006, 11:11 AM
I haven't seen much but I got
Roy Jones vs. Tony Thorton, don't know what RND
Roy Jones vs. Vinny Pazienza, 3rd RND


....I've seen slightly faster combos thrown by smaller men; but for effectiveness from a speed,power, and accuracy standpoint, Ali-Williams in 1966 is as close to perfection as you're going to find.

K-DOGG
08-01-2006, 11:23 AM
For pure speed, I'd have to go with Meldrick Taylor....he had the fastest hands I've ever seen. He unleashed a 10 or 12 punch combo in Round 8 or 9 of the first Chavez fight that was literally a blur. I can still see the look on Chavez's face as he tried to get out of the way while the punches kept coming; he looked like a man being accosted by a swarm of bees. Incredible speed.

NexBesThang
08-01-2006, 12:54 PM
But you have to admit, that Jones-Pazienza 3rd RND **** was narly as hell. If ya'll don't have it, either but his career on boxingvideodepot.com, not the best quality but most are pretty good. Or you can download Limewire and get alot of fights from that, including Jones-Pazienza.

hellfire508
08-01-2006, 08:26 PM
That is overrated. It wasnt THAT fast. The quality was very ****ty too. It was fast, but Roy Jones has doen much faster combos.

Tyson vs Jamison was sick.

I'm sure Roy has thrown faster. But he threw fastest at 168. Ali was a heavyweight. P4P Ali and Tyson are faster than Jones IMO.

And I wouldn't say he has done "much faster combos". Ali threw 12 punches or so in less than 3 seconds. And they weren't at a bag, or shadowboxing, they were with gloves on, in a fight situation, and he KO'd London. Those punches weren't just for show, he got KTFO.

Heckler
08-03-2006, 04:56 AM
I'm sure Roy has thrown faster. But he threw fastest at 168. Ali was a heavyweight. P4P Ali and Tyson are faster than Jones IMO.

And I wouldn't say he has done "much faster combos". Ali threw 12 punches or so in less than 3 seconds. And they weren't at a bag, or shadowboxing, they were with gloves on, in a fight situation, and he KO'd London. Those punches weren't just for show, he got KTFO.

At heavyweight Ali has produced the fastest combos although i like the slightly slower but more powerful and accurate combos against cleveland williams over the brian london one. Joe louis and mike tyson the best combination of power/speed. Duran deserves a mention, look at the combo that dropped Iran Barkley... he managed to throw a feint in there which was rather impressive.

Yaman
08-03-2006, 05:39 PM
I'm sure Roy has thrown faster. But he threw fastest at 168. Ali was a heavyweight. P4P Ali and Tyson are faster than Jones IMO.

And I wouldn't say he has done "much faster combos". Ali threw 12 punches or so in less than 3 seconds. And they weren't at a bag, or shadowboxing, they were with gloves on, in a fight situation, and he KO'd London. Those punches weren't just for show, he got KTFO.

12 punches? You're overhyping it.
The quality was not good enought to show it, and it sure as hell werent 12 punches in 3 seconds. Ali aint superman. They were a few punches in a short period of time imo, ive seen Tyson make punches just as fast.

You guys should see Roy pull out this combo on this guy, i dont remember his name but Roy did like 5 left hooks in such a short period of time, it was ****ing amazing.

six85
08-03-2006, 06:09 PM
Leonard v. Hearns I- It's amazing that SRL was able to throw so many punches in the 13th round. Check the 1:20 mark of the video.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=fN26fJqvoRQ&search=sugar%20ray%20leonard

hellfire508
08-03-2006, 10:33 PM
At heavyweight Ali has produced the fastest combos although i like the slightly slower but more powerful and accurate combos against cleveland williams over the brian london one. Joe louis and mike tyson the best combination of power/speed. Duran deserves a mention, look at the combo that dropped Iran Barkley... he managed to throw a feint in there which was rather impressive.

I agree on all counts.

The Williams fight, if you didn't know Williams was shot (literally), you would think Ali had excellent power. He couldn't miss, and seemingly floated on air that night. For sheer speed though, the London one was amazing.

I agree with the Tyson and Louis part, speed and power they put together was outstanding.

hellfire508
08-03-2006, 10:36 PM
12 punches? You're overhyping it.
The quality was not good enought to show it, and it sure as hell werent 12 punches in 3 seconds. Ali aint superman. They were a few punches in a short period of time imo, ive seen Tyson make punches just as fast.

You guys should see Roy pull out this combo on this guy, i dont remember his name but Roy did like 5 left hooks in such a short period of time, it was ****ing amazing.

It's definately 12. He throws 4, then stops for a split second, then throws 6 quick ones, then lands the big left-overhand right at the end. He starts throwing just after 16 seconds (maybe 16.5) on the video, and finishes right on when it ticks over to 20. Thats 3.5 seconds.

Which fight did Tyson do it? I'll look it up. I'm happy to stand corrected, I love seeing combos like that.

realheavyhands
08-03-2006, 11:42 PM
For pure speed, I'd have to go with Meldrick Taylor....he had the fastest hands I've ever seen. He unleashed a 10 or 12 punch combo in Round 8 or 9 of the first Chavez fight that was literally a blur. I can still see the look on Chavez's face as he tried to get out of the way while the punches kept coming; he looked like a man being accosted by a swarm of bees. Incredible speed.
meldrick taylor had the fastest hands ever, and threw more technically punches then jones, if he wasnt a north philadlephia fight and try to be joe fraizer, he would of been one of the best ever.he started fighting instead of boxing and not using the gifts that he had

m1kee50
08-04-2006, 11:41 AM
On You Tube you can watch Roy Jones Jr's music video (don't give up the day job). He makes a reference (and there is a clip) to smashin some unfortunate geezer round the head with four left hooks. who is that referring to? and is there a better clip of the fight anywhere?

SquareCircle
08-09-2006, 10:28 PM
prettiest combo ive seen was DLH throwing a jab,straight right, left hook to body, right hook to body, then left hook upstairs on tito trinidad, landing every shot in the combo flush

Dynamite76
08-10-2006, 11:29 AM
Dokes-Ocasio II, and Dokes-Chaplin(1st round).

Ballagoal
08-10-2006, 11:45 AM
The four-left-hooks-in-a-row combo by RJJ was in the Percy Harris fight and it was amazing.

Dempsey 1919
08-11-2006, 03:02 AM
It's definately 12. He throws 4, then stops for a split second, then throws 6 quick ones, then lands the big left-overhand right at the end. He starts throwing just after 16 seconds (maybe 16.5) on the video, and finishes right on when it ticks over to 20. Thats 3.5 seconds.

Which fight did Tyson do it? I'll look it up. I'm happy to stand corrected, I love seeing combos like that.

I've seen it a thousand times, and it's twelve punches.

It's a right hook, left hook, right hook, left hook, right hook, left hook, left hook, straight right, left hook, straight right, left hook, straight right.

NexBesThang
08-13-2006, 10:13 PM
On You Tube you can watch Roy Jones Jr's music video (don't give up the day job). He makes a reference (and there is a clip) to smashin some unfortunate geezer round the head with four left hooks. who is that referring to? and is there a better clip of the fight anywhere?

Percy Harris

Konstantin
08-14-2006, 01:03 AM
Leonard v. Hearns I- It's amazing that SRL was able to throw so many punches in the 13th round. Check the 1:20 mark of the video.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=fN26fJqvoRQ&search=sugar%20ray%20leonard

Ah yes Leonard, he had it all: Speed Heart Power Determination and Chin (Took a body shot well too)

TheBlackWallStreet
08-16-2006, 08:16 AM
For me the best combo puncher was Sugar Ray Robinson. He did it with speed and power which was rare. He was ****ing just relentless when he unloaded combos and they were fast and powerful.

Yaman
08-16-2006, 10:24 AM
It's definately 12. He throws 4, then stops for a split second, then throws 6 quick ones, then lands the big left-overhand right at the end. He starts throwing just after 16 seconds (maybe 16.5) on the video, and finishes right on when it ticks over to 20. Thats 3.5 seconds.

Which fight did Tyson do it? I'll look it up. I'm happy to stand corrected, I love seeing combos like that.

I watched it last night and he threw 6 punches...VERY fast. I'll try to get it to you soon.

evilp0ptart
08-16-2006, 11:48 AM
Yeah, it is 12 punches. He throws the first 5 (right hook, left hook, right hook, left hook, straight right) takes his break for a split second then finishes up. It took exactly three seconds by my counting.

I have it on DVD and I just went up and watched it 5 or 6 times in slo-mo, and a few times in normal speed (to count how long it took)

Yaman
08-16-2006, 02:05 PM
Here is my favorite combo.
Mike Tyson with a 6 punch combination.

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AJ53
08-16-2006, 03:07 PM
For pure speed, I'd have to go with Meldrick Taylor....he had the fastest hands I've ever seen. He unleashed a 10 or 12 punch combo in Round 8 or 9 of the first Chavez fight that was literally a blur. I can still see the look on Chavez's face as he tried to get out of the way while the punches kept coming; he looked like a man being accosted by a swarm of bees. Incredible speed.
taylor certainly deserves a mention for this fight alone!!!
speed,accuracy,power,and relentless aggression against one of the best 4 of the time!!
if you look at where his feet are placed while he's throwing his onslaught of punches,
you can see every punch is in the perfect distance but coming from so many angles.
altough chavez had been there and done it in title fights,
he had a look on his face which said"where the hell are these coming from"!!
for nine rounds of the fight he looked like a bad pupil being taught a lesson by his master!
it's one of my favourite fights to watch for total skills and heart!!
but it was a sad ending to a great fight as is to often in our sport controversy spoiled the ending to a true classic!!
but i suppose thats what can make great fights legendary!!
somhow the controversy of the stoppage will always be remembered before the fight itself!!

Dempsey 1919
08-18-2006, 01:16 AM
I was watching sportscentury, sugar ray leonard and I saw him n the olympics hitting this gyt about50 or 60 times in about 15sec. with successive hooks. That was probably the fastest combo I've ever seen.

Job
08-20-2006, 04:15 PM
http://youtube.com/watch?v=w5LliPgY0FE