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Quote:
Originally Posted by Simurgh
I'll give it a go. Of course I don't say I have to be right, but this is just how I see it.
Lewis lost 2 times and 1 draw, Wlad lost 3 times. Lewis has 41wins (32 KO, 72% KO), Wlad has 58 wins (51KO, 83% KO). So not going in details at the moment, looking just the numbers, at very worst (for Wlad) they are equal  but actually it looks better for Wlad (yes Lewis opposition is better).
I chose 10 notable Lennox's and Wlad's wins (arguably 10 best wins).
In squares there is the record of the opponent when they fought with the age of the fighter (this could be some indication how far from the prime opponent was  not too accurate). I gave a mark for every fight. I took into account the time when they fought, how fight ended and the quality of the opponent at that time.
Lennox :
Holyfiled (3631, 37)  UD 84 > 9
Golota (282 , 29)  KO2 > 9
Bruno (363, 32)  TKO7 > 7
Vitali (321 ,32)  TKO6 > 7
Rahman (352, 29)  KO4 > 7
Briggs (301 , 27)  TKO5 > 7
Tua (371, 28)  UD 102 > 8
Morrison (4521, 26)  TKO6 > 7
Tyson (4932, 36)  KO8 > 7
Rudock (2731, 31)  TKO2 > 7
Wlad :
Haye (251, 29) UD 73 > 8
Byrd (3921, 30 and 36)  UD and TKO7 > 7
Peter (24  0, 25) UD > 7
Brewster (30 2 ,31) TKO6 > 7
Ibragimov (2201, 32) UD 102 > 7
Botha (4431, 33) TKO8 > 7
Chambers (35  1, 28) KO12 > 7
Thomson (311, 37) KO11 > 7
Chagaev (2501, 30) TKO9 > 7
Brock (290,31) TKO7 > 7
Lennox 75, Wlad 71
Wlad is still active. I think he has a decent chance to be on pair (or even pass) Lennox resume in 34 years time.

Intrested to see your reasoning on having Lewis win over Tyson and his win over Razor Ruddock as the same score.
Lewis win over Ruddock, where he was expected to lose by a long list of people, and ended up destroying him is a lot better than his win over Mike Tyson's corpse.
