when was this list created?
- was this list created before Manny Pacquiao won 8-titles in 8 different divisi0ns? so sad that manny is n0t on your list, n00ne in this planet can bit the rec0rd of winning 8 titles in 8 diff. divisi0ns.. He sh0uld be on the t0p 20-10..
- —Guest melvin
- Are you serious Chavez has more championship belts wtf and did u look Arbus record!?!?!? Seriously either he's # 1 or #2!!! Serious and he has more champs even than MA
- —Guest Bigg Joe 7
- you wanna get rid of this its complete rubbish i'm insulted as a brit that the likes of lewis and calzaghe and hamed aren't on here absolute disgrace not even in the top 50 what the hell sort it out
- —Guest boxer
- How in the blue hell is Joe Calzaghe off this list. Just considering her retired UNDEFEATED should be enough to put him in the top 25! And it's not like he fought a bunch of hacks. Left Hook Lacy, Kessler, Manfredo Jr. Hopkins (on the list) and Jones Jr. (on the list and I've never seen such a high class fighter get worked over so bad). Your list is the greatest case for Joe to be the most underrated boxer of all time
- —Guest JD
- Ray Leonard 12 and Chavez 24? Are you Crazy? I don't think Leonard is # 12 in the welters of all time. Please don't confuse popularity with achievement. Leonard was TV friendly and very flashy.
- —Guest Nelson Pivaral
im also a joe calzaghe fan
- one of my favourite fighters of all time was ruben olivares, he made fights look easy. he seemed to not bring up a sweat. He had a lot of fights & i think womanising & partying took its toll on him & his training suffered. But he dodged no one & his ko record was second to none, ask alan rudkin.
WTF ABOUT THE PRINCE
- Prince Naseem Hamed was 36-0, 32 kos before losing his first fight from a questionable decision and he had some 15 title defenses and averaged a ko in like the 4-5 round. PRINCE NASEEM HAMED THE GREATEST.
- —Guest zayne
Definitely should have
- PRINCE NASEEM HAMED AND MANNY PACQUAIO should have been on that list
- —Guest lalala
This is bulls***
- Prince Naseem Hamed should have DEFINITELY been on here, and Manny Pacquaio.
- —Guest London Boy
- Where's Felix Trinidad and Wilfredo Vazquez? Those two need to be at least in the 50. Felix beat 2 of guys here.
- —Guest Boxing man 1205
- Whoever wrote this needs a background check. What happened to wilfredo gomez one of the longest streaks of knock outs in boxing history aganist the best fighters at a great era, wilfred benitez (the youngest fighter who ever won a world title at 17 years old from a legitimate champion and gave hell to leonard and hearns and beat roberto duran), felix trinidad who terrorized the welterweight and junior middleweight during a whole decade, salvador sanchez probably the best mexican fighter ever. I mean to put Oscar de la Hoya above them is terrible. Bernard Hopkins gets the credit for longevity but he was never great, his major accomplishment was to beat an undertrained, Felix Trinidad who was much smaller than him and whose prime was already gone after many tough fights. A dirty fighter that compensated for lack of power with dirty play and always complaining about everything.
- —Guest Pmora-Rosa
Who was left out!
- Joe Calzaghe Britains' undefeated World Champion is not in your top 50 ~ WHY?
- —Guest netgain
- Where's Joe Calzaghe? he beat two people on that list in the USA - Bernard Hopkins and Roy Jones Jr - and was never beaten. he was 46-0, the greatest super middleweight of all time. no doubt about it, Joe Calzaghe should be there !
- —Guest Hynseu
Bull shit list
- Everyone on it rightfully deserves to be on it but to put tyson at 50 and not in the top 10 or 20 is ridiculous. he was one of the most feared boxers and was the youngest champ and 1 of the first to hold 3 belts at the same time. forget his bad rap for all the shit he's done.
- —Guest Blaze
where is Marquez
- Okay honestly where is Juan Manuel Marquez? he is easily in the top 20 of all-time....plus Floyd Mayweather Jr easily higher then where you put him.
- —Guest idk