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Old 12-04-2012, 09:25 PM
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Default Did the 90's era had the most overall boxing talent in the history of the sport?

From 130 to Heavyweight? Was the 90's era the richest in terms of talent alone?

Lewis,Holyfield,Bowe,Tyson,Roy Jones Jr, Whitaker, Toney,Nunn,Benn,Eubank,Chavez Jr, Oscar, Mosley,Trinidad,Lopez,Hopkins,Kostya Tszyu,Morales.Norris,Hamed,Daruiz etc.


The 60's-70's had great Heavyweights and some decent LW'S. The late 70's-80's was obviously packed with Welterweights (fab four) and a barrage of LHW Greats. (175), throw in Prime Tyson and Holmes.
2002ish to Current Era got the Floyd-Manny-k2-JMM-Ward-Calzaghe-(Still Hopkins) among others.

I will like a boxing historian to break down 130-HW from the 'black and white days' as well. But I feel the 90's era overall was the most talent rich in boxing history.

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