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Old 10-18-2004, 12:49 PM
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Default P4P hardest punchers of all time....

I know that I am going to just get Tito, Tito, Tito.....with this thread, but seriously Tito does not have a proven one-punch finish. I want to see who is considered the best puncher p4p as proven by their ability to end fights with a single punch regardless of the opposition, be it a p4p top-ten fighter or a chump. Tito I add is not reknowned for dropping people with one-shot and keeping them there, he usually hits them several times.

1. Julian Jackson (widely considered p4p hardest hitter)
2. Mike Tyson (I think the hardest puncher in history)
3. Nigel Benn
4. Gerald McCllelan
5. Thomas Hearns
6. John Mugabi
7. Razor Ruddock (Tyson said he hit him the hardest)
8. Acelino Freitas (I dislike him, but he can bang)
9. Lennox Lewis (Tyson, Ruddock, Rock, Botha)
10.Rocky Marciano
11.Earnie Shavers
12.Arturo Gatti (Ruelas, Gamache)
13.George Foreman (Norton, Frazier)
14.Felix Trinidad
15.Archie Moore
16.Manny Pacquiao(Mab,Jmm)"Harder Hitting Featherweight of all time"
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Old 10-18-2004, 03:01 PM
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I think Jackson and Foreman are probably the hardest punchers of all-time.
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Old 10-18-2004, 03:25 PM
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If you're talking about which fighter whose fists you'd be most wise to avoid...

I'd go Jackson, Shavers, & Pipino Cuevas.
They had bricks in their fists. I guess Foreman belongs, also.
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Old 10-18-2004, 10:56 PM
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I remeber Shannon Briggs (saying of George Foreman) "He hit me so hard I thought I saw the messiah"
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Old 10-18-2004, 11:05 PM
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Originally Posted by INFAMOUZ
I know that I am going to just get Tito, Tito, Tito.....with this thread, but seriously Tito does not have a proven one-punch finish. I want to see who is considered the best puncher p4p as proven by their ability to end fights with a single punch regardless of the opposition, be it a p4p top-ten fighter or a chump. Tito I add is not reknowned for dropping people with one-shot and keeping them there, he usually hits them several times.

1. Julian Jackson (widely considered p4p hardest hitter)
2. Mike Tyson (I think the hardest puncher in history)
3. Nigel Benn
4. Gerald McCllelan
5. Thomas Hearns
6. John Mugabi
7. Razor Ruddock (Tyson said he hit him the hardest)
8. Acelino Freitas (I dislike him, but he can bang)
9. Lennox Lewis (Tyson, Ruddock, Rock, Botha)
10.Rocky Marciano
11.Earnie Shavers
12.Arturo Gatti (Ruelas, Gamache)
13.George Foreman (Norton, Frazier)
14.Felix Trinidad
15.Archie Moore
16.Manny Pacquiao(Mab,Jmm)"Harder Hitting Featherweight of all time"

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Old 10-18-2004, 11:05 PM
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The hardest punchers of all time, my list would be:
Marciano - all of his 43 KO's were one punch knockouts, and his punches broke bones and sent Carmine Vingo into a coma

Joe Louis - broke Max Schmeling's back ( 2 vertebrae ) with body punches and i have pictures of him punching so hard he lifted Billy Conn's body off the canvas

Jack Dempsey - broke Jess Willard's jaw, ribs, cheekbone in round 1 of their title fight

Stanley ketchel - he could still knock guys out with one punch after 20
rounds

Archie Moore - most knockouts of any boxer - 145 KO's
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Old 10-18-2004, 11:25 PM
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The hardest punchers of all time, my list would be:
Marciano - all of his 43 KO's were one punch knockouts, and his punches broke bones and sent Carmine Vingo into a coma

Joe Louis - broke Max Schmeling's back ( 2 vertebrae ) with body punches and i have pictures of him punching so hard he lifted Billy Conn's body off the canvas

Jack Dempsey - broke Jess Willard's jaw, ribs, cheekbone in round 1 of their title fight

Stanley ketchel - he could still knock guys out with one punch after 20
rounds

Archie Moore - most knockouts of any boxer - 145 KO's


Have to agree with you on Archie Moore. But he took quite a beating in his fight with Ali (saw it the other night on The Greatest Fights show in my part of the world)
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Old 10-18-2004, 11:45 PM
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Whoa...Acelino Freitas? Pacquio the hardest hitting featherweight of all-time? Freitas hasn't proven his power against one viable opponent. As for the hardest hitting featherweight to ever live, it's got to be Sandy Saddler and followed possibly by Alexis Arguello or Naseem Hamed.

It's kind of difficult to narrow down the hardest hitting fighers of all-time, since there were quite a few that could knock their opponents unconscious. But here are 10 that first come to mind...

(no partucular order)

1. Jimmy Wilde
2. George Foreman
3. Earnie Shavers
4. Bob Fitzsimmons
5. Stanley Ketchel
6. Joe Louis
7. Julian Jackson
8. Thomas Hearns
9. Jack Dempsey
10. Sandy Saddler
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Old 10-19-2004, 07:57 AM
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cple, why don't we narrow down this discussion in the meantime to the hardest hitting feathers, P4P of all-time

My list:

1. Sandy Saddler
2. Manny P
3. Salvador Sanchez


Asian...

You're new to this sport, huh ?
Welcome.

No offense....but sal Sanchez is not one of the best punchers in featherweight history. Not even close.
He's one of it's best fighters, that's for sure.

Manny Pac ? Doesn't rate, either.

Danny Lopez, Antonio Esparragoza, & Alexis Arguello were all bigger one-punch hitters than Manny .
If they were given as many opportunities to land on Marquez as was Manny, Marquez would have been knocked out cold.
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Old 10-19-2004, 07:59 AM
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I can't believe none of you listed BOB FOSTER !

He's the gretest one-punch KO artist to fight at 175....followed by Michael Spimks, Archie Moore, & Saad Muhammad.
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