|View Poll Results: Who is the bigger puncher, pound for pound?|
|Juan Manuel Lopez.||11||15.71%|
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|02-07-2009, 11:19 AM||#1|
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..THE Hardest Puncher In The Sport...
Who do you got? I've put up some suggestions/ideas. What do you people think?
Vote. Discuss, give some proof.
|02-07-2009, 11:33 AM||#3|
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well is a no brainer that first 3,david haye and arthur abraham are the ones who has been knocking modafukas out. but its difficult to pick.
who has had the more impressive KO's out of the list.
|02-07-2009, 11:35 AM||#4|
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Haye has that rare, fight-changing one-punch power that is rarely seen. Despite currently campaigning at heavyweight, P4P I'd still name him at the top.
|02-07-2009, 11:37 AM||#5|
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For now it's Valero because no one has survived him. When he fights Pitalua and others we will know for sure but his power is pretty freakish.
Abraham would probably be number 2 on my list because he can get you from far away or in very close with one life changing shot.
|02-07-2009, 11:40 AM||#7|
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David Haye, really? P4P he doesnt even hit harder than Wlad and I consider Wlad pretty far down on that list.
|02-07-2009, 11:46 AM||#8|
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I was gonna pick either Hayne or Wlad, but then I'm thinking, their heavyweights. Almost any heavyweight should KO any other human alive. Just depends on their level of opposition on how good their KO % is. I think it's better to look at the smaller people to make this more interesting. Valero hits hard yes, but against C level opposition. Pacquiao, definitely strong being able to stop so many elite fighters, but he's not 1 punch power. Abraham, Pavlik, Torres, strong, but not in a shocking way really. The one that's surprising the hell out of me and I voted for is, JuanMa Lopez. He's on a 1st rd KO streak, and it started off with a bang. Someone with a decent chin and brutal KO power himself, Ponce Deleon, JuanMa disposed of him like he was nothing. Then 2 more guys he goes on to make it look too damn easy in the first round. He's not even trying to be insanely aggressive like Valero. He's patiently KOing these guys in 1st rd. Scary.
|02-07-2009, 11:55 AM||#9|
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I think you got most of the main players, I just thought I would drop in a few others.
Amir Khan (he is fragile, but he can punch)
Daniel Ponce de Leon
Marco Antonio Rubio
|02-07-2009, 11:57 AM||#10|
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