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  • Manny_P
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    Originally posted by ThaGreatest
    Hearns is my hero...I will become the champ out of the same gym he did...
    tis guy is obviously smokin sumthing we haven't come across yet.

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  • Tha Greatest
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    Hearns is my hero...I will become the champ out of the same gym he did...

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  • We've Got Bush
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    30. Felix Trinidad
    31. Pipino Cuevas
    Cuevas hit much more harder then Tito.

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  • Kid Achilles
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    Foreman I agree with you 100% I think Witherspoon certainly hit harder than Tyson and was a near equal to Lennox Lewis (in terms of power in the right hand) on his best night.

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  • buff_mike10
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    Tommy Morrison should be on this list. Razor Ruddock said he hit harder than Mike Tyson. His left hook looked pretty impressive to me anyhow. I think Marciano belongs up there as well, the tests they did on his power tells all.

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  • Foreman
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    Tyson's too high as is Lennox. Although Lennox had a better overall game, Tim Witherspoon should be above him in the power department. Before any Lennox nuthuggers get on me, watch a couple of Terrible Tim's COMPLETE fights. When he connected with that big right, it's lights out. A very underrated heavy.

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  • NiGe2011
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    I think Sonny Liston should have been higher, maybe Hamed as well...

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  • .::EnRiQuE::.
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    that list is a lil funny... Roy JOnes was on the list

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  • LuKahnLi
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    I think Marvin Hagler is actually too high. He was NOT a 1 shot puncher at all. He KO'd guys from accumulation.

    I also say that Julian Jackson should be in the top 10.

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  • oldgringo
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    I have a problem with Hearns NOT being top 15 and I have a problem with Mike McCallum being #87. I think he is quite possibly one of the most overlooked champions ever. He was a very sharp, accurate, and hard puncher in his prime and even into the twilight of his career.

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