The Hawk was the best
- Julian "the Hawk" Jackson is #1 in my book. #2 is Michael Moorer as a light heavy Julian "The Hawk" Jackson was the most lethal puncher in my opinion. His victims often looked paralyzed before they ever hit the canvas. #2 would have to be Michael Moorer as a light heavyweight--26 fights--26 K.O.'s #3 is John "The Beast" Mugabi who knocked out his first 30 opponents. #4 is Diego Corrales
- —Guest Neil Reuben
- did someone forget muhammad ali? he really doesn't make the top 100?
- —Guest vinny
JAMES 'LIGHTS OUT' TONEY
- Where is he? He is one of the hardest punchers with bamboozling combinations and straight hard shots.
- —Guest TJ
Mc Clellan - Benn ????
- Now mind you Benn Destroyed Mc Clellan to the point he never recovered to a normal life, yet you have Mc Clellan @ 27 and Benn @ 91, I know this would have to be a Joke as i've watched both fighters, not Boxers but as Punchers Nigel Benn was as Awesome as they come, and where's Iran Barkley, mind you again we're discussing "Punchers" not Boxers.......
- —Guest Crackers
- I dont see how you can put anyone ahead of mike tyson for the best puncher he's not the greatest boxer ever but he is definitely the hardest hitter
- —Guest weelo15
- JACK JOHNSON, GEORGE FOREMAN, AND KOTZA TSZYU.... and tyson
- —Guest amskie
- Hi. This is late Bob Satterfield daughter Bridget Satterfield Malone. I writing to you. I have some news. The late middleweight boxer Bob Satterfield's only son is dead. Robert (Little Bob) Satterfield Jr. died in his sleep on June 19,2010 in Chicago.IL.
- —Guest Bridget Malone
100 Greatest Punchers
- I lilke Bob Satterfield. I have seen some of his fights online. He is kind of good that my daddy.
- —Guest Bridget Maloen
100 greatest punchers
- I think you forgot a great one. Tommy "The Duke" Morrison. He has a great knock out percentage and has one of the best left hooks ever. How could you forget this boxer. Are you crazy?
- —Guest crkiefer
Where's Artie levine
- When someone once asked Sugar Ray Robinson who was the hardest puncher he ever fought. He answered Artie Levine he hit so hard it should have been illegal.
- —Guest swbrnxnyc
- Tyson should be in the top 3, if not #1. His combinations were punishing. His speed,power and accuracy is unmatched.
- —Guest marty
- TRYING TO FIND OUT IF ANYONE KNOWS ANY INFO ABOUT A BOXER BY THE NAME OF WILLIAM TAYLOR OF PHILA, PA(CRUISER WEIGHT)
- —Guest GCSTEVENS64@YAHOO.COM
- Tyson is the best puncher of all time. He is not even in the top 10 on the list.
- —Guest 225
- You cannot lump all weight classes together and ask a stupid question like that. Your results will be skewed as you will always have the hvy/wts on the top, absolutely stupid. It must be by division.
- —Guest claude rovert
- I agree that Ali wasn't a very hard puncher and his power was not his trademark..but WTF?? Ok he wasn't the hardest puncher, but not even in the first 100?? Come on... :-/
- —Guest Mauro