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Old 02-18-2013, 05:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Capaedia View Post
I'm going with George Foreman as well.

I feel Shavers' power is overrated based on hearsay. He definitely hit hard, but I don't see any reason to suggest he hit harder than Foreman or Tyson.
i duno man, i think foreman should be recognised as the best hardest hitting knockout artist and he got great leverage on his punches and is a far better fighter than shavers but i think shavers naturally hit the hardest. Jus visualy u can see heads fly back and there bodies jus collapse in the ring. Ali was very honest and i trust him when he said he hit harder than foreman. Some guys had a delayed reaction like holy **** what just hit me, the opponents face says it all and i reckon he could probably do away with george chuvalo
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