Top 25 Boxers over The Last 25 Years

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Top 25 Boxers over The Last 25 Years
 

 
25. Oscar De La Hoya, 1992-2008, 39-6, 30 knockouts – The biggest star of his era, he won titles in six weight classes.

24. Shane Mosley, 1993-present, 46-7-1, 1 no contest, 39 knockouts – Mosley was a dominant lightweight with uncommon speed and power.

[Martin Rogers: Shane Mosley vows to make Saul Alvarez pay for overconfidence]

23. Felix Trinidad, 1990-2008, 42-3, 35 knockouts – Trinidad was a vicious puncher and a quality offensive f!ghter who fought just about all of the greats of his era.

22. Ridd!ck Bowe, 1989-2008, 43-1, 1 no contest, 33 knockouts – Though he had a great record, including two wins over Evander Holyfield, Bowe seems like a failure because he was so physically gifted.

21. Humberto "Chiquita" Gonzalez, 1984-1995, 43-3, 31 knockouts – Gonzalez was a little man with big power. He's regarded as one of the pound-for-pound best punchers ever.

20. Mike Tyson, 1985-2005, 50-6, 2 no contests, 44 knockouts – Tyson was a massive puncher, but he isn't higher because he never beat a truly elite heavyweight in his prime.

19. Mike McCallum, 1981-1997, 49-5-1, 36 knockouts – McCallum was one of the sport's best body punchers who may have been the best super welterweight of his time.

18. James Toney, 1989-present, 74-7, 45 knockouts – Toney was a master craftsman who would be higher on this list if not for his maddening inconsistency.

17. Juan Manuel Marquez, 1993-present, 54-6-1, 39 knockouts – Marquez is a complete f!ghter who combines offense and defense as well as anyone in the last quarter-century.

16. Michael Carbajal, 1989-1999, 49-4, 33 knockouts – He was so good, he forced Americans to pay attention to the light flyweight division. That's saying a lot.

15. Marco Antonio Barrera, 1989-2011, 67-7, 1 no contest, 44 knockouts – "The Baby-faced a.ssassin" reeled off wins over the likes of Naseem Hamed, Erik Morales, Johnny Tapia and Paulie Ayala.

14. Joe Calzaghe, 1993-2008, 46-0, 32 knockouts – Calzaghe had a remarkable run at super middleweight, going 22-0 in 168-pound title f!ghts.

13. Lennox Lewis, 1988-2003, 41-2-1, 32 knockouts – Lewis beat every man he faced, avenging losses to Oliver McCall and Hasim Rahman, and fought to a draw with Evander Holyfield.

12. Manny Pacquiao, 1995-present, 54-3-2, 38 knockouts – Pacquiao made an extraordinary rise through the weight classes and his speed and power made him elite.

[Kevin Iole: Bernard Hopkins remains a riddle, even in defeat]

11. Bernard Hopkins, 1988-present, 52-6-2, 2 no contests, 32 knockouts – In 2011, Hopkins defeated Jean Pascal to become, at 46, the oldest man ever to win a major belt. He also made 20 consecutive successful defenses of the middleweight title earlier in his career.

10. Ricardo Lopez, 1985-2001, 51-0-1, 38 knockouts – A master craftsman, Lopez was the best small f!ghter of his era. He went unbeaten in 26 world title f!ghts (25-0-1) and knocked off a who's who of his era's best.

9. Floyd Mayweather Jr., 1996-present, 42-0, 26 knockouts – Mayweather was at his best at super featherweight, when he had a streak in which he beat a string of elite f!ghters. He remains a masterful defensive f!ghter who has underrated counterpunching ability.

8. Thomas Hearns, 1977-2006, 61-5-1, 48 knockouts – Hearns' prime came before 1988, but he has wins over a small army of Hall of Famers. He was a devastating knockout puncher and carried his pop with him from welterweight through middleweight.

7. Julio Cesar Chavez Sr., 1980-2005, 107-6-2, 86 knockouts – Chavez began his career an astounding 87-0 and beat so many world champions, a list of them all would be the size of a phone book. He was a ferocious inside f!ghter who went hard to the body and punched well in combination.

6. George Foreman, 1969-1997, 76-5, 68 knockouts – Arguably the greatest puncher ever, and I know that creates an argument. Foreman destroyed Joe Frazier to win the title in his first stint. After a 10-year retirement, he came back and became the oldest man, at the time, to win a major world title – a record since surpassed by Bernard Hopkins.

5. Evander Holyfield, 1984-present, 44-10-2, 29 knockouts – Holyfield would f!ght anyone, usually beat them and almost always won in entertaining fashion. He had memorable wins over Mike Tyson, Larry Holmes, George Foreman, Ridd!ck Bowe, Michael Dokes and Dwight Muhammad Qawi.

4. Pernell Whitaker, 1984-2001, 40-4-1, 17 knockouts – Whitaker was the best defensive f!ghter of his era and was practically unhittable at his peak. He racked up innumerable quality wins, but his best performance came when he was robbed against Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. Whitaker got a draw in a f!ght he appeared to easily win.

3. Larry Holmes, 1973-2002, 69-6, 44 knockouts – Holmes was at his prime from 1976 through 1984. He had a terrific jab, a great chin and fought and beat most of the great heavyweights of his day.

2. Roberto Duran, 1968-2001, 103-16, 70 knockouts – Duran's peak was from 1971 through 1985, and he may be the greatest lightweight who ever lived. Inconsistency, with losses to the likes of Kirkland Laing and Pat Lawlor, hurt him badly in his bid for the top spot.

1. Roy Jones, 1989-present, 55-8, 40 knockouts – Jones was perhaps boxing's most physically gifted f!ghter in his prime. He was as fast as anyone in the sport, but he was an extraordinarily powerful puncher. He was rarely hit when he was in top form and he took out elite f!ghters like Bernard Hopkins, James Toney, and Mike McCallum in his heyday. He's hung on far, far too long and is a remnant of the great he was, but that doesn't take away from what he did when he was at his best.


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148 comments for "Top 25 Boxers over The Last 25 Years"

 05-01-2012, 02:30 PM         #2
Aquarius 
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roy jones?...gtfoh..
 6 years ago '10        #3
eightytyson06 39 heat pts39
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imma just leave this list alone and leave this thread.
 6 years ago '04        #4
wheezyfbaby 9 heat pts
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 6 years ago '11        #5
Urbanchill 5 heat pts
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Roy Jones tho ?
 6 years ago '04        #6
EscoNore 67 heat pts67
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Srl???
 6 years ago '09        #7
LOONATIK 1 heat pts
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Hmmmm.
 6 years ago '04        #8
EscoNore 67 heat pts67
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Calzaghe at 14?! ...ODLH and Tyson should be higher, and at least one Klitschko should be on the list.
 6 years ago '05        #9
Y.G. 27 heat pts27
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 PEK said:
4. Pernell Whitaker, 1984-2001, 40-4-1, 17 knockouts – Whitaker was the best defensive f!ghter of his era and was practically unhittable at his peak. He racked up innumerable quality wins, but his best performance came when he was robbed against Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. Whitaker got a draw in a f!ght he appeared to easily win.


Roy #1 though?
 6 years ago '08        #10
primetime 60 heat pts60
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Why yall hating Roy?????

Mike tyson is too low
 6 years ago '04        #11
abstractq 5 heat pts
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the last 25 years means 1987-2012, no?


explain how Duran and Larry Holmes make it
 6 years ago '05        #12
Bea5T 137 heat pts137
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 abstractq said:
the last 25 years means 1987-2012, no?


explain how Duran and Larry Holmes make it
yea, this sh*t does not make sense...
 6 years ago '05        #13
ChickzNKickz 100 heat pts100
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 eightytyson06 said:
imma just leave this list alone and leave this thread.
Same here...

 6 years ago '08        #14
Future 44 heat pts44
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Hahha Tyson at 20? their reason is he's never beat a true heavyweight in his prime....but then they put Mayfeather in top 15 but who has he beaten?

Tyson is number 1.....no one is fu*kin with him in his prime.
 6 years ago '09        #15
ReggieA 196 heat pts196
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Surprised they did not throw either of the klitschko bros. on there, but this list is def weird.
 05-01-2012, 03:47 PM         #16
Rendition 
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fu*k this list
 6 years ago '12        #17
DontHateDaGreat 10 heat pts10
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 EscoNore said:
Calzaghe at 14?! ...ODLH and Tyson should be higher, and at least one Klitschko should be on the list.
How you figure he's right about Tyson. Name ONE boxer in his prime that tyson beat?

















I'll wait
 6 years ago '07        #18
Pistol Peter 33 heat pts33
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number 1 is arguable but i personally have no problem with roy being there
 6 years ago '11        #19
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 Future said:
Hahha Tyson at 20? their reason is he's never beat a true heavyweight in his prime....but then they put Mayfeather in top 15 but who has he beaten?

Tyson is number 1.....no one is fu*kin with him in his prime.

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 6 years ago '06        #20
hooligun 12 heat pts12
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