Greatest Boxers of the 1990s

The Top Ten
1 Roy Jones Jr Roy Levesta Jones Jr. is an American former professional boxer, boxing commentator, boxing trainer, rapper, and actor who holds dual American and Russian citizenship.
2 Mike Tyson Michael Gerard Tyson (born June 30, 1966) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1985 to 2005. He reigned as the undisputed world heavyweight champion and holds the record as the youngest boxer to win a heavyweight title at 20 years, four months and 22 days old.

The 1990s didn't start well for Tyson as he lost to a journeyman Buster Douglas who became an instant legend. Tyson though bounce back with wins over Alex Stewart and then those 2 bouts with Donovan "Razor" Ruddock including the first one I which feel should've never been stopped too soon. Then came the comeback story, say what you like but Tyson came back in those 2 memorable years with titles a plenty and the massacre win over Peter McNeeley still a great boxing moment.
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3 Evander Holyfield
4 Julio César Chávez
5 Lennox Lewis
6 Oscar de la Hoya Oscar De La Hoya is a former professional boxer who competed from 1992 to 2008. He holds dual American and Mexican citizenship.
7 Pernell Whitaker
8 Bernard Hopkins
9 Marco Antonio Barrera
10 Felix Trinidad
The Contenders
11 Floyd Mayweather Jr. Floyd Joy Mayweather Jr. is an American former professional boxer and current boxing promoter. more.

His boxing hall of fame career began in 1996, and what a beginning it was. In his first 12 bouts in 2 years, he won them all and only 2 that went the distance (Reggie Sanders and Larry o' Shields). It only set up a historic 1998 for him. After going 17-0 he got his first title shot against Genaro Hernandez for the W B C Super Flyweight Championship. He knocked Hernandez out in Round 8 to become the new champion, his victory capped a historic 1998 that earned Mayweather Jr. The Ring Magazine fighter of the year, and the International Boxing Award fighter of the year.
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Greatest of all time

12 George Foreman

I picked Foreman because of one unforgettable night in front of a global worldwide TV audience on November 4 1994. On that night in Las Vegas, Nevada USA he knocked a very good fighter and a great champion in his own right Michael Moorer in Round 10 and became the WBA and IBF Heavyweight Champion at age 45. That bout would put him on the cover of Sports Illustrated.
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13 Manny Pacquiao Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao is a Filipino professional boxer and politician, currently serving as a Senator of the Philippines. He currently ranks #4 in BoxRec's ranking of the greatest pound for pound boxers of all time.
14 Michael Moorer

Here's a guy who's underrated, but on April 22, 1994 he became a legend by defeating Evander Holyfield to become heavyweight champion. Moorer is also a class act and a nice guy.
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15 Virgil Hill

Virgil's boxing career consists of 2 reigns as WBA Light Heavyweight Champion, and an IBF Light Heavyweight Champion. Among his victories in the 90s include 2 wins over Frank Tate, Tyrone Frazier and a close win over Fabrice Tiozzo.
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16 Terry Norris
17 Riddick Bowe
18 Paulie Ayala
19 Tommy Morrison
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