Fastest Boxers of All TimeUTDFAN1408
The Top Ten
A freak of nature. 41 years old still beating young undefeated hungry champions. Boxing 8 division champion and Greatest boxer of all time.
He is the great boxer in the world in all the time
A great boxer and a fighter in one man
No doubt he is the fastest fighter who doesn't run like Mayweather.
He was heavyweight but yet the fastest ever boxer check out the phantom punch that knocked out sonny liston in round 1
Muhammad ali is known to be the fastest boxer of all time as he is absoluter right with his quotes. He is defiantly the greatest and t. Nicknamed "The Greatest, " Ali was involved in several historic boxing matches. Notable among these were three with rival Joe Frazier, which rank among the greatest in boxing history, and one with George Foreman, where he finally regained his stripped titles seven years later. Ali was well known for his unorthodox fighting style, which he described as "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee", he fastest every one know that
why alis clips, his combinations punches his dependence on his reflexes to avoid punches while holding his hands low and his beutifull footwork, wacth him move and you forget about the featherwieghts like manny
'The Greatest' stuck out in his days as the heavyweight king as he was so quick, but still so strong. The famous quote, 'I'm so fast that last night I turned off the light switch in my hotel room and was in bed before the room was dark. ' -
Special. In his prime, Roy Jones Jr was something extraordinary. Ultimately, its difficult to sum up what made him so great in so few words, but he left a lasting impression. With the sheer hand speed, fleet of foot and reflexes that made him impossible to hit, Roy was able to get away with incredible showboating, and dazzling punch combinations. Realistically, Jones was faster than anyone in history pound-for-pound, even the great Sugar Ray Leonard at 147 would have trouble beating a 168 Roy to the punch. The hand speed will never really be matched, and the more I consider it, although other great fighters will come and go, Roy Jones Jr, wasn't just special. Roy was as close to Superman as any being will ever get. Watch the highlights and mull it over, because as Max Kellerman once said " We're never gonna see that again."
Best boxer to ever put on a pair of gloves. Unfortunately decided to hang around to long.
He has the fastest hands in my opinion
One of the fastest hands? Absolutely! But more than that, he was one of the most talented fighters in history. Roy Jones Jr is easily one of the greatest of all time for his size(s). At his best (which in my opinion was 1990 - 2002), he could've beaten any fighter in history under 180 lbs (and probably a lot of cruiserweights and heavyweights as well). He's definitely a GOAT.
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Fastest Runner of all Time!
Always Running Like a chicken
Dude has some of the best dodging speed and skills ever
Based on share hand speed he's #1
The faster boxer all the time
Sugar is famous for his wars in the golden era against Duran, Hagler and Hearns. You don't get the nickname Sugar without being special. -
Sugar ray Leonard has the fastest hand speed ever. Ali had great hand speed for a heavy but not on Leonard's level
(end of debate)
He is the goat
Although there are many fast punchers out there, few, and I mean very few, can match Mike Tyson's level of speed. Yes, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roy Jones Jr. , Manny, and Ali are worthy mentions; but nobody can top Mike's speed in single punches, combinations, AND accuracy. I see these other greats, but in my honest opinion, their single punches, let alone combinations, look like sloppy quick throws. Mike Tysons, are like a bullet shooting out of his body. They are violent.
Tyson was a man with raw speed and power. He ripped his opponents open with fast, precise punches. -
Best British Featherweight of the Modern Era if not All Time
Had the potential to be the best ever
Naseem Hamed was a fantastic boxer with tremendous enthusiasm and confidence. At his prime he was probably one of the best pound for pound and lost against Barrera due to the weight he had lost to make the weight limit. He had no power on that night but this defeat should not look over his accomplishments. He was truly a gifted fighter and an entertainer.
Floyd had just an amazingly fast leaping left hook. Look at second fight with Johansson. Just tears the arms head off.
Was once the youngest heavyweight champion in the world before a certain 'Iron Mike' came along. Very fast hands for a heavyweight. -
Floyd Patterson had lightning fast hand speed, extremely fast for a heavyweight.
Often argued Greatest of all time
Should be number 1 this British Pakistani is a Bugatti
Should be #1 Hand speed is ridiculous. - Onetime
A great fighter who has a tendency to forget his defense and rush in with a hot head, if he sorts out the problem with the help of Virgil Hunter then with his blistering hand speed he will trouble mayweather I would go as far as stopping him
He is blistering with his hands, the two losses to Garcia and Alvarez puts his speed on display. He was winning both fights thoroughly until he got hit by power shots. He has tremendous speed and tends to overcommit by putting combinations together, but exposes himself to danger. If he avoids putting the 3+ punch combinations together and sticks with 1's and 2's, he could've been undefeated.
A true legend and vastly under rated. Fought in a golden era and no man could touch him
If you need one reason to justify the claim that he is one of the fastest ever, it should be that Roy Jones wouldn't fight him - someone who could finally Roy for speed, loved to mix it up (remember, when he got tagged he started to have a tear up! ) and who had a chin of iron. One of the most underrated fighters of all time.
Undefeated world champion Joe Calzaghe mixed incredible speed with brilliant stamina as he could easily throw over a 1000 punches in a fight, this was usually down to his brittle hands meaning he couldn't thrown many power punches. -
One of the most underrated fighters of all time
If you've never seen Meldrick Taylor before, please go onto YouTube and watch some of his fights. His handspeed is unbelievable, a serious contender for #1 spot. -
Meldrick taylor by far had the quickest hands at the time even by today's standard. Although he lacked power he made up for it with speed and accuracy.
He should be number one without a doubt!
Great defense & speed
Too good to have fallen, all because if drugs
The dude was rapid. Why is Mike Tyson above him.
A beast who should be number 1
What the hell? This guy is the best pound for pound boxer ever. He is officially the fastest boxer to have ever lived. What the hell is he doing last on this list. It's obviously little hypebeast boys who vote for anything that's "in".
My idol. One day I hope to be as good as Robinson
Ryan is the fastest boxer every
Just look at his fights...
He is the best ever.
There is nobody athletic as Loma...ever in the history of boxing. After Jones he may be #1
Many fighters ranked above him on here should be below. - Sabbath
His side steps are the fastest
Camacho has the quickest hands in boxing hands down
Come on... Macho man was and forever will be unmatched in regards to the quickest hands PERIOD!
Quickest mind in the ring, also...
He got outta the way as much as he could but unlike Floyd Mayweather jr. who se happy to throw one punch before the ring, Camacho would come bacak with blazing combintions and he would bring it to his opponents.
He is too fast and good
Aj is the greatest fighter in the world with Big slugger/also smack.
Knocks out charles martin in second round
How could you forget him? Maybe not the fastest but definitely top ten, and had a rediculous left hook that floored people
Wrong this is about speed
Died an undefeated champ.
Did all of you forget about one of the greatest Camelot Alvarez is the best he should be in top three the only reason Floyd money mayweather won becuase he was runnig away from him he doesn't even dough them he just run away I think he is the best
Can just release hell of a punch
He has the speed punch of a blink
One of the best
She is a proud for India... especially women
The best a true gladiator
No one could stand toe to toe with the brown bomber and that's the bottom line.
It's Joe Louis
I believe that according to Guinness World Records, Keith Liddell is the fastest fighter in history, due to his ability to punch over 45 mph.
Yep he is pretty fast, Great fighter too!
We saw how fast he was against Mayweather Jr. in their 2006 bout. Crazy speed.
Wilder should be number 11
Too fast for a heavy weight you can barley see his punches
He has incredible hand speed.
The first boxer that I saw to destroy pacquiao's face he should be on the top ten!
Fastest welterweight in history at 6.2
Blinding speed of the Hitman
Hitman had tremendous speed which made him lethal!
He's Probably the most smooth and fast boxer, very good dodges and no one can give him a slap!
Big mouth abo
Similiar to Roy Jones jr when he was in his prime. Raw speed
No way Chris Byrd should be un the top 10
This guy didn't get his nickname Rapid Fire for nothing,and in my opinion belongs higher on the list.Watching him fight is like watching a cat effortlessly swatting at its prey.
A career cut short by tragedy. McClellan was on the verge of greatness. His incredible knockout power was generated by the speed of his punches as much as his strength and technique.
The only one who kicks pacquiao, also a great counter. enough said
One of the fastest hands ever in the heavyweight division.
Should be #5 on this list faster than Ali and Tyson.
Lightning fast in his glory days. He was a flyweight, so he probably was quicker than most of the names on this list.
He is fast as hell I honestly think he is as fast or faster than Pacquiao
Possibly the most fluid combination puncher of all time. His balance and speed allowed him to generate incredible power as well. He seemed to be able to hit you hard from any angle. Probably one of the most underrated fighters of all time due to his not so durable chin.
One of the best come back fighters of all time. In his prime had the ability to knock out an opponent with both hands. Watch the Vargas v. Trinidad fight.
In the first fight with Ali, he consistently beat Ali to the punch! To say the least, it surprised and stunned Ali into submission.
Yes... Joe at his peak was fast. He made hitting Ali look like a walk in the park!
Just watch his first fight with Ali. Joe was fast and it surprised Ali. Joe made Ali miss and often beat Ali to the punch.