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Joe Louis Heavyweight. Sugar Ray Robinson Welterweight, Middleweight. Mike Tyson Heavyweight. Jack Dempsey Heavyweight. George Foreman Heavyweight.
Gene Tunney Heavyweight. Joe Frazier Heavyweight. The boxer was a trailblazer whose success guided the path for many African-American fighters.
Gans held the lightweight title for a six-year stretch between and , dominating his competition over the course of that stretch.
He once fought three times in a single night. Fighting times in his year career — third-most of any boxer in history — Greb battled the best opposition he could come across throughout the s and s.
Though he began his career around pounds, the boxer would frequently match up against light heavyweights and even heavyweights. Greb became a light heavyweight champion and world middleweight champion, and he won of his bouts by knockout.
Despite becoming mostly blind in his left eye, Greb defended his title six times over three years before finally surrendering it to Tiger Flowers.
He was also the only fighter to ever defeat future heavyweight champion Gene Tunney. With only one loss in his professional career, Gene Tunney was one of the most efficient fighters of all-time.
Holding the world heavyweight title from to and the American light heavyweight title twice between and , Tunney was a force to be reckoned with. He only lost one fight in his career, against middleweight legend Harry Greb.
The world heavyweight champion from to , Jack Dempsey defined heavyweight boxing in the late s and early s. In fact, many of his fights set financial and attendance records.
When he eventually lost the title in a battle with Gene Tunney, it was in front of the largest paid attendance in the history of boxing. Dempsey is a a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame, and in , he was voted as the greatest fighter of the past 50 years.
The only undefeated heavyweight world champion in history, Rocky Marciano is massively popular due to his punching power and relentless passion for fighting.
He won the heavyweight championship in and made six title defenses before eventually retiring in With an Marciano is one of very few fighters to retire without a loss and the only heavyweight to do so.
Two-time world featherweight champion Willie Pep is widely considered one of the quickest and most durable fighters in the history of boxing.
Despite suffering near-fatal injuries in a plane crash, Pep went on to win more than matches throughout his career.
The Hall of Fame boxer was voted as the top featherweight boxer of the 20th Century by the Associated Press, and many consider him to be the best featherweight of all-time.
During his year career, Pep boxed for an incredible total of 1, rounds. Perhaps the greatest fighter to never win a world title, Sam Langford was a devastating boxer who was denied numerous opportunities as a result of racism in the sport at the time.
The Canadian lightweight fought all the way up to heavyweight, and he dominated throughout his career — even after becoming almost completely blind in one eye.
He was denied many World Championship fights, due to the color bar and because Jack Johnson refused to fight him. The first black heavyweight champion, Jack Johnson is one of the most iconic figures in sports history.
The boxer transcended the sport he played in, becoming part of the culture and a major figure in the history of racism in the United States.
Johnson became a champion in , and he held onto the title until Despite finally getting his chance to compete for and win a title, Johnson was driven in exile for much of his reign as champion.
In his most notable fight, Johnson dominated James. The longest-reigning lightweight champion ever, Benny Leonard held the title from May to January , when he retired as a champion.
After a seven-year retirement, Leonard returned to boxing and won 18 of 19 fights. Please share in the comments section below.
Definitely theses guys fought more fights with less protection and flex rules. He is the only one that owns rightfully to NO. You gotta have a remarkable storyline outside of the ring too that inspires people.
He should replace James Toney because that dude is just a tin can. He is the one and only 8 Divison World Champion in different weight class in boxing Hostory.
Floyd Mayweather is the Best Runner in the ring of all time. He is not entertaining fighter. Without sportmanship. This list is verry funny Many Clown Cowerd Mayweather no 1?
Mohammad Ali RIP is the greatest boxer of all times in any devision as flyweight to heavyweight by far far distance from Maywether or Marciano or Joe loies , Forman , frazier , Paciao , Suger ray robinson , Mike tyson , Lennex luies , Holyfield , Shoger ray leonerd , Jack johnson , Dempsey , Duran , Holms , and all of legends and the new ones whome are joks like AJ, Fury.
He changed all boxing rulls and everything, he split history of boxing too before and after Ali. Ali is the only 3 time lineal champion of heavyweight.
He is the GOD of boxing. Even by this fact he got the parckinson disease before thrilla in manilla and he fight those giants like Frazier3 , Norton3 and … and therd lineal champion by a very sick body,.
BoxRec, while should be lauded for maintaining detailed logs of fights and fighters, absolutely sucks at rating those fighters.
If their current ranking of heavyweights is to be believed, then: 1. Wlad Klitschko is ranked higher than Lewis, Tyson, and Holyfield 3. Oleksandr Usyk ranks higher than Max Schmelling 5.
No heavyweight in this current era is a proven all time great. Simply because of the lack of quality in the division.
Klitchko would not have been a champion during the the Ali-Foreman era. Despite being 6 feet, 6 inches tall, Klitschko was known for his footwork and mobility.
In , rumors circulated that Klitschko would come out of retirement for a rematch with Anthony Joshua , who defeated the mighty Ukrainian in He held multiple world championships in three weight classes: welterweight, light middleweight and middleweight.
He returned briefly in to defeat Ricardo Mayorgam but retired again after losing to Winky Wright in When a second comeback secured another loss to Roy Jones Jr.
Frequently ranked among the greater featherweight division boxers — and one of the most skilled left-handed fighters — of all time, Mexican Vicente Saldivar had phenomenal stamina.
He had an unusually slow heart rate and pulse , which he claimed was the secret behind the incredible pace he was able to maintain in the ring.
Saldivar, who retired in , still holds the record for most wins in unified featherweight title bouts and the longest unified featherweight championship reign in history.
Another boxer who retired with an undefeated record is Andre Ward, who held multiple world records in both super middleweight and light heavyweight.
He fought one of the biggest punchers in boxing, a top pound-for-pound talent and beat him, twice. He currently holds the BoxRec title of best super-middleweight of all time.
By , Alvarez below, left was already a world titleholder junior middleweight , but he still faced a test in the shape of veteran Shane Mosley below, right.
Ghanaian Azumah Nelson is considered the greatest African boxer of all time. He won all four of his fights in and started by beating Hector Cortez by decision in Las Vegas.
Erik always fought hard and with all his heart. Puerto Rican boxer Carlos Ortiz is considered to be one of the great lightweight boxers of the 20th century.
He won three world titles during his long career: two at lightweight and one at light welterweight. I always was sure I was in top shape.
I was always sure that I would do exactly what I was supposed to do in the ring, and not do what I was not supposed to do outside the ring.
I love boxing. It means everything to me. Today is because of boxing. God put me in this game, to practice it, to be a man and learn how to live.
Straight after his win, Hearns set his sight on another formidable opponent. Thomas Joseph Gibbons below, left started boxing professionally in , at age The biggest fight of his career was against heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey during the World Championships Fight in Shelby, Montana.
Gibbons became the first boxer to go the entire 15 rounds with Dempsey, although he lost the decision. He was stopped only once during his boxing career, by Gene Tunney, and his retirement soon followed.
He also knew how to make an impressive comeback, emerging from the late s scrapheap to become Fighter Of The Year in For 40 years, he shared the record of the most wins in unified championship bouts in boxing history with Muhammad Ali, until it was overtaken by Wladimir Klitschko in Considered to be one of the greatest southpaws of all time, he was known for his determination and speed.
Jack born John Arthur Johnson, a. Two years later, Johnson fought James J. Jeffries in what was billed the fight of the century. As well as being a world champion boxer, Johnson was a controversial, flamboyant figure, whose triumphs over his white opponents led to race riots.
As of August , Roy Jones Jr. He is the only boxer in history to start his career as a junior middleweight and go on to win a heavyweight title, and the Boxing Writers Association of America named him the Fighter of the Decade for the s.
He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in A regular on greatest of all time lists, he has a knockout-to-win percentage of He would happily attack with his elbows, forearms and laces.