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"Most powerful right hand in heavyweight history" - IownU
He was ahead of his time by so much I think he could've beaten Ali. For all we know he could have the skill of a futuristic boxer. I'm mean he could beat ghy twice his size easily like his fight with Primo Canera.V 1 Comment
If they say Rocky Marciano is best of all times cause of his undefeated record... will then move over cause this man is 51-0-1.
If I'm not mistaken he was a profesional boxer for 27 years and champ for 12 and a half no loss one tied defended his belt like 27 times and they have him this low? And I know its just because of the weight if he had the same record and was a heavy weight or middle weight he would be #1 and that is sad
Possibly the most underrated boxer ever. Defended his title succesfully for eleven years straightV 2 Comments
Bad news, watch his knock out videos
Best I've Seen
He is amazing boxer.Full of power.Real monster
Former world champion and such an inspiration to me personally and many millions over the world.
Please! The only decent fighter he's beaten was a half-starved Danny Green. Left his beat work on the footy field.
He is a former WBC Light Heavyweight Champion and former IBF, IBO & The Ring Cruiserweight Champion, and IBF North American Heavyweight champion
Lady Boxer From India. She is Just 23yrs Old & 5 Time World Champion in A Row. 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010. - tayal5001
Tough as, what a fighter
Two greats, Chris Eubanks and Nigel benn were each in there own rights brilliant fighters. Chris won there much anticipated fight.
He is the one of the best boxer in the world in 1985 from Ghana accra
World champion and african boxer of all time
Better boxer than FM
AZUMAH IS SIMPLY THE BEST
Great fighter and great man. Die too young
113 wins, 66 by KO, and only 4 losses. Need I say more? Would've taken his title back from LaMotta if his plane wouldn't have crashed killing him on impact
The movie the fighter enough said a real hero for real blue collar people - mountainhawk
Blue collar warrior Irish mickey ward
May not be the best but in the top 5
Greatest fighter I ever knewV 1 Comment
If his current spot makes it look like he was just an above average boxer with a small fan following, read up. Harry Greb is considered possibly the greatest middleweight of all time, maybe even over Sugar Ray Robinson. He once won 45 fights in a row, enough for an entire career, in one year alone. (That's almost 1 fight per week.) He was also the light heavyweight champ, took out enough top contenders to be one of the best heavyweights in the world, and was the ONLY fighter to beat Gene Tunney, who would go on to beat the one and only Jack Dempsey twice.
So yes, Greb's placement here is 100% a popularity thing, not helped by the fact that no footage of his fights is known to exist. (The fact that he beat, sometimes crushed, fighters who showed legendary skill on tape has boxing fans watering at the mouth to see even one recording.) To hardcore boxing aficionados, he is one of four boxers standing in a league apart from everyone, pound for pound, the other three being Sugar Ray ...more
Pound for pound, the "Pittsburgh Windmill" should be under the top 10. Who the hell made up this list?
Harry greb should be in the top 10
One of the best boxers of this generation, only one loss against the undefeated Floyd mayweather
He is my favorite boxer ever and deserves to be higher on this list
The greatest Orthodox in the history, pure style and a really strong fighter.
goodV 1 Comment
Beat Roy JOnes Jr first round that says something yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
True champion, true gentleman true legend in and out the ring. Just a real shame everyone was too scared to
Fight him in his prime could of been tested and proved to be one of the best ever. Huge heart and huge punch!
Arguably the best fighter to come out of Australia; certainly ahead of fellow countrymen Anthony Mundine and Danny Green (both of whom got into this often puzzling list).V 1 Comment
Should be higher on list. He is a person who overcame the great depression against all odds.
If Max Baer is higher on the list then How is Braddock so low if he beat him, also Braddock should be right after Joe Louis in my opinion due to the fact that he did knock him down.
Probably one of the best stories I have ever heard from someone who would not give up, you don't see a comback like this from an average boxer, he was one of THE BEST
Cinderella man is one of the best if not the best. he had a lot to overcomeV 3 Comments
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