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Old 08-29-2007, 01:25 AM #32
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1> Mike Tyson
2> Lennox Lewis
3> Larry Holmes
4> Evander Holyfield
5> Teophilio Stevenson
6> David Tua (yea he's under rated)
7> Frank Bruno
8>George Foreman
9> Joe Frazier
10>Muhammed Ali

My list seems to favor newer fighters but only because I think that with time boxers get better not worse. I respect the 40's-70's for having great fighters but the conditioning of the 40's-70's simply would not be able to stand against later fighters such as Holyfield, Tyson, or lewis (who is much larger than any other 40's-70's fighters)

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