Your top 5 favorite boxing matches of all time...

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  1. dun dun dun dun

    dun dun dun dun New Member

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    Mine are:

    5.) James Toney vs. Vassiliy Jirov
    4.) Marvin Hagler vs. Thomas Hearns
    3.) Diego Corrales vs. Jose Luis Castillo I
    2.) Muhammad Ali vs. Joe Frazier III
    1.) Arturo Gatti vs. Micky Ward I

    It was tough, but I know that I could watch these fights a thousand times without getting tired of it.
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  2. Syza Koza

    Syza Koza New Member

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    Marco Antonio Barrera vs Erik Morales I
    Nigel Benn vs Chris Eubank I
    Gatti vs ward I
    JCC vs Taylor I (the one where JCC stopped him with 0.02 seconds on the clock in the 12th after being behind)
    Sugar ray robinson vs la motta VI (valentines day massacre)

    Toney vs jirov was a quality fight for big men.
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  3. dun dun dun dun

    dun dun dun dun New Member

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    I'm still upset at the stoppage of the Chavez/Taylor fight. Taylor gave up his entire career in that one fight; he could've at least received the decision.
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  4. Final Chapta

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    Julio Ceasar Chavas vs Macho Camacho

    hashasha

    ANYTHING with julio chavaz in it

    True to LiFe.

    Chap.
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    kostya tszyu - zab judah
    ike ibeabuchi - chris byrd

    not because they were good fights - because of the results
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  6. Syza Koza

    Syza Koza New Member

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    Yea, an upset of a then unbeaten JCC would have set his career alight, and with 2 seconds left in the fight, he probably weren't in any danger. But it was an exciting fight and result. And i guess if JCC could have got one more punch in, then it could have been the end of his career.

    But yea, he did deserve a decision, which he would have no doubt won imo.
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