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    Default Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Then name some that were both fast and heavy punchers and then slow and light punchers lol.

    e.g.


    Fast and weak punches = Ali

    Slow but heavy punches = Foreman

    Fast and heavy Punches = Tyson

    Slow and weak punches = Cant think of any lol,


    Can you give some more examples? Cheers
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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Quote Originally Posted by OMGWTF View Post
    Then name some that were both fast and heavy punchers and then slow and light punchers lol.

    e.g.


    Fast and weak punches = Ali

    Slow but heavy punches = Foreman

    Fast and heavy Punches = Tyson

    Slow and weak punches = Cant think of any lol,


    Can you give some more examples? Cheers
    Fast and weak: Willie Pep, Pernell Whitaker, Paulie Malignaggi, Meldrick Taylor, Floyd at WW or above, Hector Camacho.

    Slow but heavy punches: Foreman, Butterbean, Carlos Monzon, Julio Cesar Chavez

    Fast and heavy punches: Tyson, Mosley, Roy Jones, De La Hoya, Pacquaio, Prince Naseem, Tommy Hearns, Julian Jackson, Ray Robinson, Ray Leonard

    Slow and weak punches: Carlos Baldomir, Valuev
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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Chris Byrd, Virgil Hill, Myung woo yuh, Paul Spadafora, Ishida

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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Slow and weak puncher would be Sven Ottke. How did he remain undefeated?
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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    I wouldn't call Ali's punches weak. 1960-1967 had a way with slashing fighters- his tkos didn't send guys to the canvas, but he slashed the dickens out of them, takes more than pillow punching to do that.


    & He really busted up Cleveland Williams because he stood there & didn't move back while landing. -That was Ali moving into his prime which got stopped after that fight.

    Joe Frazier round 14, was some heavy swellin' which is why Futch stopped the fight, so I thought.
    Post Ali we know never sat down on his shots.

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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Cassius Clay........... Fast, but oh so weak.

    Charles 'Sonny' Liston ......... Slower than slow, but heavier than heavy.

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    Clay can never be called a KO artist for sure. But man he sure could slice/stop a fighter:
    56(37KO)-5 (1KO) 60%KO ratio.

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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Paulie Malinaggi
    33 (KO 7) 17% KO ratio

    Paul Spadafor
    49 (KO 19) 37% KO ratio

    Those are example of weak punchers.

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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Barry Jones - fast but weak hitter.

    Matthew Hilton - slow but such heavy hands.
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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Barry Jones - fast but weak hitter.

    Yet our Barry knocked down the mighty Frietas.
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    Default Re: Name some pros that, were fast and weak punchers, and slow but heavy punchers?

    Cory Spinks is another soft hitter that had a bit of speed.: won 39 (KO 11) Beat Miguel Gonzalez, Judah, Bundrage & Mayorga- in fact he held the WBC, WBA & IBF- & defended them with a 23% KO ratio.

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