- I consider your list close but in one person you may be wrong. Rocky Marciano pound for pound was far greater than half of those you put up ahead. He hit like a mule kick and took the punishment from the way he fought close and hard.
- —Guest Jarrett
roy that low?
- roy should be in the top 20, if not 10....does this guy know his boxing?..pacquiao is where he should be,,,51 to 100
- —Guest pnoy
- Tyson above Marciano, Frazier? Their styes are a custom order for Mike who is bigger and by far the harder hitter. Tyson and a young George Foreman would be a good match, but I see Mike as a bite quicker than George also.
i know why tyson is last on the line!
- hey mga kababayan ko, this list was compiled before pacquiao became pacman. don't you understand, kakahiya! and why calzaghe and ward not belongs on the list? i know why tyson is last on the line, coz he has nothing when he left boxing, that's why. stop asking stupid questions folks.
- —Guest danz
original Joe walcott
- Ever heard of welterweight champion, the original Joe walcott he also beat good heavyweights, hang your heads in shame, and check your boxing history more carefully, he is in my top 20.
- —Guest steven
- Tyson is easily top 5. He could have beaten anybody on this list in his prime, between 20-25. After his jail term, which was bs, he was never really the same.
- —Guest Brian
list is not accurate
- Ali should be on top, Rock Marciano second and there is no way in hell that Mike Tyson can be 50th, he is 3rd!
- —Guest mabuya
- How is floyd behind de la hoya and only 1 in front of morales?
- —Guest Kyle
- I think that Tyson Cave has steadily improved and is going to pull off a victory! Go prince of Hali!
- —Guest GWFdGhQiEBhEc
- Ricardo Lopez never lost, 22 title defences, Fitz held middle, lt. heavy and heavy titles and Corbett invented modern boxing and they don't make top 50? Smokin' Joe one notch above Ezzard? Please! Billy Conn but not Bob Foster? Armstrong, Duran and Tunney are too high. Tyson at the bottom? Come on!
- —Guest The Student
Missing Big Names
- Ricardo Lopez never lost, Fitz held middle, lt. heavy, and heavy titles and Corbett invented modern boxing. They don't make top 50? Please! Ezzard one notch below smokin' Joe? Billy Conn but no Bob Foster? Tyson at the bottom? Come on!
- —Guest The Student
- everyone thinks Ali is No. 1 all the time . Where is Mickey Ward in this list? Hagler should be much higher as should Marciano. These polls are about as predictable and forgettable as a presidential race. Best regards.
- —Guest joegiovanni
Lennox Lewis isn't even in top 50 ??
- How can Lennox Lewis not even reach this top 50? That's amazing. I won't even bother with the rest of the list because it's ridiculous.
- —Guest Unreal
- What a ridiculously horrible list. The fact Mike Tyson is ranked number 50 is insulting. In his prime, he could have beaten ANYONE on this list. Also, what is with George Foreman being in the top 20. I love George, but that high...really? He took a long time away from the sport and came back to a very diluted heavyweight division. Also, why would Roy Jones Jr. be ranked so low? Terrible List.
- —Guest jdboxingfan
Mike should be higher as Delahoya is!
- Mike Tyson should be on the top ten, I believe.... will the stats show might not, but you know, I was just 13 first saw his fight, killed Bruce Seldon in the very first round in less than a minute, the reason to crave for more of his fights, Although after that he was never the same, He remains to give excitement when rumors to fight.... to date he is still known around the world... but how about the other names on the list? can you consider them well known than the Iron Mike? Lastly, no.1 should come from Heavyweight division....
- —Guest fm