- This list is BS. How the hell is Ken Norton NOT even on the list?
- —Guest Shishioh
- what is the criteria to make such a list? on what basis espn made the list? there should be a clear explanation to justify the list!
- —Guest Halooo
MUHAMMAD ALI. 1
- muhammad ali should be 1 and rocky marciano should be 2nd.
- —Guest umar
- Ken Norton beat Ali officially once and unofficially twice. Judges handed Ali the decision in their last fight. Also, the title fight between Norton and Larry Holmes was a war and could have gone either way.
- —Guest Steve Watkin
- This was horrible. Mike Tyson last? Also no Rocky Marciano. The undeafeted heavyweight champion should be top 5 but not in the top 50!!!!!!! Make some adjustments.
- —Guest ??????
- I realy don't think if the world will see again the man like sugar ray robinson, he is no.1 in any list.
- —Guest King david
This is crap
- I know i'm only 12 but I know that Tyson should be higher than 50 And Rocky should be higher, he is a great. And Roy Jones Jr is way too low.
- —Guest Aron
- Anyone who actually beat the #1 should be in top 50
- —Guest Dan
- mike tyson 50th???? wtf???? definitely top 5- this list is crap!!!!
- —Guest saucepan
- Julio cesear Chavez. Enough said. 89. Wins until he lost; 76 kos. Still fought on. 11 years champion.
- —Guest chris
Who is left off list
- The article asks, "Who was left off?" My answer is Sonny Liston. Albeit, his life was an enigma, but his boxing career was that of the greatest champions. His nefarious activities shouldn't punish his recognition and achievement as one of the greatest boxers of all time. Personally, he would have beaten Tyson, Holyfield, and several others on the list.
- —Guest Agent E
Top 50 boxers of all time
- Harry Greb shoulb be number 1, and Willie Pep does not belong in the top 10. Look at the records of both to see the number of quality fighters both fought and beat. Pep defeated a total of 27 fighters who were ranked opponents in his entire career. Of the 4 hall of famers he fought, he had winning records against two and losing record against two. Look at box rec on the internet to see Greb's record including ND sportswriters results as wdell as the number of hall of famers he beat.
- —Guest Tom Seguirant Jr.
- I think Julio Cesar Chavez should be within the top 10 of all time even top 5. 6 time world champion in 3 different divisions, more than 100 fights won and a record of 88-0 (10 years) unbeatable deserves more than the 27th position
- —Guest iszra
- NO SALVADOR SANCHEZ????? hahaha, this list is seriously a lot of bs!!!!
- —Guest the greatest
No Lennox Lewis?
- How can Mike Tyson make the list before Lennox Lewis? Yes he had a massive impact upon boxing and he was so young when he won the title but he was not champ for long. He was defeated by all the decent fighters he fought. I know he had other issues that people say affected his performances but so do so many other boxers.
- —Guest Steve