- Rocky should at least be in the top 10, I mean he went undefeated.
- —Guest Banshee
we forget the past
- tyson had much trouble with green, smith and buster douglas in his best days and all of the tall heavyweights with great jabs and enough strenth could control him- lewis,holmes, klitschko, bowe etc. the best light heavyweights by actual weight were ezzard charles, michael spinks, archie moore, evander holifield, michael moorer, fitzsimmons hard to judge anyone against ray robinson but ketchel floored the great jack johnson and mickey walkier fought heavyweights. salvador sanchez deserves better and sam langford for his size can hardly take a back seat to any light heavyweight- cruiserweight at any time. the belief that marciano was great is so but the beatings he took from small heavyweights can't justify him as a winner of the heavies since 1970. foreman ali, lyle, shavers, maybe quarry, cleveland williams and liston were just too big. look at sandy saddler who was great at any time. max levine
- —Guest max levine
- Tyson is greatest puncher of all time, so hard hitting. the list is pathetic.
- —Guest bruce
rocky marciano not in top one
- he defeated jersey joe walcot, joe louis by knockout.. and his record is to impressive - 49wins, 43 k.o., no lost, no draw. he is the greatest boxer of all time.....
- —Guest makata13
- Lennox Lewis has to crack the top 50, he beat both holyfield and tyson (granted both past their prime) and unified the heavyweight titles.
- —Guest Brett
- Corruption at its worst: judges gave him the fight against Hagler, again in the second fight against Hearns in which he was knocked down in two different rounds (by his own admission he lost!), and he stole Sugar Ray Robinson's nickname. A fine boxer, yes, but way below another 2 dozen on the list!
- —Guest DollarDr
- Best light heavyweight ever and a damn good heavy. Always overlooked. Salvador Sanchez was awesome too!
- —Guest david g
- felix trinidad not even in the top 50...wow!!! He deserves to be at least in the top 20, if not top 10...he defended his title 15 times against the top fighters in the game and when no one was left, moved up in weight to fight the best fighters in higher weight classes. Also his fights were more exciting than the other fighters. I mean after he beat Joppy everyone was kissing his ass, putting him in the same class as the number 1 fighter on this list, sugar ray.
- —Guest anonymous
- This list is flawed . . . Roy Jones Jr at 46. You've gotta be kiddin'. He is defintely top ten material--the stuff of legends. No fighter had quicker hands and his footwork is second or third only to Ali and Robinson.
- —Guest Gary
it is difficult
- it is hard creating these type of lists because of opinion so i say good effort. i would have floyd higher, duran lower. i mean why does everyone seem to think duran is such a great? he lost to near every other great he fought...
- —Guest lsd
- The top ten is great;except Ali should be no higher then num. 12 and for 10 to 50 Larry Holmes is an all time great no lower than 10. When you do a poll such as this you put your feelings aside and do your best; Floyd Mayweather record speaks for itself,he is being ranked so low for things he has done and said outside of the the ring; what he has done inside the ring is about as good as it gets! Everyone knows he is great in the ring and they must love his low ranking, but ranking that way is wrong.
- —Guest Jim Ashard
- Cesar Chavez should be higher, and Willie Pep. Love Duran-deserves top 10 and move over top 5 for Manny-Mayweather should not be on any list.
- —Guest Peter Baily
- Naseem Hamed is one of the top 30, not 50 but he isn't in the list. I wonder why!!!!!
- —Guest juma
- Where the heck is Hector "Macho" Camacho. He belongs in the top 20.
- —Guest JaySanz
- Look at it this way.. you have ERIK MORALES over MIKE TYSON... idiotic.
- —Guest evan