Originally Posted by Nagabilly
I understand but in most of boxing fans' top P4P list it's almost always Robinson on top.
My knowledge on pre-80s boxing is severely limited but I don't see how anyone could be above a guy who beat ATGs from lightweight to heavyweight. Insane achievement.
For the past few years my p4p list has started 1. Langford, 2. Greb, 3. Robinson. Get Clay Moyles book on Langford, you won't be disappointed.