|11-05-2012, 12:54 PM||#1|
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Boxer with best bodywork.
I say Joe Frazier. His bodywork in his fight with Quarry was excellent.
|11-05-2012, 01:21 PM||#3|
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I don't rate Chavez too highly but his body work was definitely up there.
Dick Tiger had underrated body work. Not really lethal with it but he would break you down.
|11-05-2012, 02:59 PM||#5|
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|12-10-2012, 04:03 PM||#10|
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Dempsey was up there...but let's not forget Louis. He was great at mixing the focus of his attack up between the head and body. Ever see that fight...I think it was vs. Walcott where the fighter he's attacking just wilts from the body assault....
Dempsey and Louis were obviously the most balanced and complete punchers of all the heavyweight champions IMO...they had mental strength, cool headedness, skill, an unflinchingly winning attitude, and were passionate about fighting. But they were also incredibly adept body punchers.
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