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Old 09-12-2012, 12:25 PM #20
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Originally Posted by gmc_rfc_06 View Post
I reckon David Haye is the hardest puncher in the sport pound for pound. The speed and force behind his punches tends to be deadly.

Other than the names already mentioned I reckon Pavlik hits rather hard (he's rubbish though so cant land them very well), Gamboa also hits hard in the lower divisions.
Aye agreed. For a natural cruiserweight, his punches are absolutely devastating. Chisora took Vitali's huge shots, yet it only took 2 of Haye's hooks to floor him.
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