- 1 ali, 2 robinson, the only fighter who can run him close, 3 probably armstrong, 4 duran, 5 manny, 6 louis, 7 chavez, 8 pep. 9+10 up for grabs, maybe the 2 leonards. i think we need to find a boxing fan whos 130 years old to give us a true top 10...!
- —Guest bobby boy
- Mike tyson belongs in the top of the top 10. in 85 tyson lost to a street fighter mike gladney from memphis that was never published. gladney went into the army and never fought again. now if he had chosen boxing that was another story, but Tyson was a great fighter. in his prime, no one wanted to fight him.
- —Guest playnogames mphs Tn
- Also to all those who say Rocky shouldn't be on the No. 1 spot.... The fighters he fought were mostly in their prime.... they got beat out of it... except joe louis who was at the end of his career but was utterly crushed.
- —Guest aaron
- Erik Morales in and Carmen Basilio and Rocky Graziano not..... ridiculous! also Gene Tunney should be ahead of Henry Armstrong, and Rocky Marciano should stand atop any other heavyweights due to winning percentage.
- —Guest aaron
where is pac man?
- can you imagine boxing without the pac man today?
- —Guest pacland
- where is pacquiao? this is wrong. if you don't put pacquiao on the list you are crazy!
- —Guest guest
tyson lamotta ali rocky
- mike tyson had one of the hardest punches. lamotta was the raging bull and one of the hardest fighters ever. ali, speed strength and one of the best boxers ever. rocky never lost a fight and was an animal in the ring. i think you might wanna learn about boxing mate ...
- —Guest louis
Julio Cesar Chavez
- it doesn't make sense at all, that julio is so down on the list, he's way better than 5 fighters of the top ten, at least.
- —Guest hector
- This has to be in the top 10 of worst list ever...Mike Tyson is ranked #50 on your list....I'm done!!!!!!!!!!!!
- —Guest Swanyay
Where is Lennox Lewis?
- Along with Muhammad Ali and Evander Holyfield, Lewis is one of the only three boxers in history to have won the heavyweight championship three times.
- —Guest Danny
- BE REAL.......................................................................................................................................
- —Guest JAAN
- ALI WAS THE GREATEST AND STILL IS! forget everyone else. put ali at the top now!
- —Guest Muhammad Ali
- i think you forgot George Chuvalo, my idol since i was a kid. Tell me one thing, was he ever knocked to the canvas? Um, nope. Thanks, just my opinion.
- —Guest Kathy Dobbie
roy jones jr!
- roy jones should be in the top ten. he had "the speed of a lightweight and the power of a heavyweight". i think calzaghe should be on the list, but he's nowhere near jones jr's level. he might have beat him, but calzage was out of his league when jones was in his prime! but muhammad ali for #1 and where's joe frazier!?!
- —Guest braaaap
- Mike Tyson greatest boxer ever. In his prime he was undefeated and there was no boxer that could ever beat him in his prime.
- —Guest Sayeed