Your P4P Hardest Hitters of Boxing Past and Present...

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  1. VishTaphney

    VishTaphney Guest

    guys with that one punch power.I have too many to name ill just drop a few and then you guys can add your favs as well.



    Past:
    Tommy Hearns
    Ernie Shavers
    Julian JAckson
    John Mugabi
    Rocky marciano
    Felix Trinidad(he is retired)

    Present:
    Sergio Mora the master off illusion lol
    Andre Berto(I know he still young) but the dude dropped a guy hitting the guys glove blocking his face lol thats power.
    Edison Miranda
    Wladimir klithcko
    Manny Pacquiao
    Edwin Valero
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  2. ~OMagic~

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    I'd like to see Miranda and Berto more and more against better comp before add them to a list like this
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  3. VishTaphney

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    ^ would you put them at the level of the motor city cobra aka the hitman?
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  4. ~OMagic~

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    Tommy Hearns had one of the most devastating straight right hands ive ever seen.... No Berto and Miranda are not there yet
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  5. VishTaphney

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    ^lol true.

    i forgot to mention kostya tszyu i keep forgetting that dude one of the best one punch guys...i mean thats all he ever uses is that one right punch lol the guy doesnt throw many punches he rarely jabs he just walks forward trying to time that right hand.
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  6. dun dun dun dun

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    My Top 10 Hardest Hitters P4P of All-Time:

    1.) Thomas Hearns
    2.) Bob Foster
    3.) Rocky Marciano
    4.) Naseem Hamed
    5.) Julian Jackson
    6.) Ruben Olivares
    7.) Rodrigo Valdez
    8.) Gerald McClellan
    9.) Edwin Rosario
    10.) Jack Dempsey

    I neglected to mention fighters such as Jimmy Wilde, Sam Langford, Stanley Ketchel, Bob Fitzsimmons, and Terry McGovern because although their records indicate that they were all hard punchers, I just haven't seen enough film of them.

    Honorable mentions are: Earnie Shavers, Alexis Arguello, Eugene Hart, Wilfredo Gomez, Khaosai Galaxy, Alfonso Zamora, John Mugabi, George Foreman, Pipino Cuevas, Kostya Tszyu, Danny Lopez, Carlos Zarate. There's more, but that's all I can think of off the top of my head.

    As for the present: Edison Miranda, Jorge Arce, Daniel Ponce De Leon, Manny Pacquiao, Victor Oganov, Edwin Valero, Jeff Lacy
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  7. ~OMagic~

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    WOO I forgot about Foreman... had people thinking he was gonna dismantle Ali
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  8. VishTaphney

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    people overlook tommy morrison and david tua as well.

    but man dun dun dun why you got jeff lacy on there? lol his power is overrated.
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  9. dun dun dun dun

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    Lacy's power is there. His problem is that he's a poor puncher. He's knocked out some very durable fighters in his career based off the power of his looping punches.
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  10. dun dun dun dun

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    Morrison and Tua had great power. Not quite sure if they can still hit with the amount of force as they did before. Add Razor Ruddock to the list as well.
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  11. ~OMagic~

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    yeah, Lacy has power but punches terribly
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    kyza soza This way up.

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    Benn was a monster at middle. Was a puncher at 168 too, but not as devastating.

    Julian Jackson was something else though, I honestly thought he'd kill a man.

    Randall Cobb deserves a mention too, he had nice power.
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