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    Default Re: If you could be at any boxing event in history, which fight would you select?

    Monzon vs Valdez 2. King Carlos was the greatest fighter of my 64 years of living.

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    Default Re: If you could be at any boxing event in history, which fight would you select?

    Yup rumble in the jungle I watch it twice a year

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    Guess Ill have to pick rumble in the jungle, so I could find and mutilate the retard that just posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p4pking View Post
    Guess Ill have to pick rumble in the jungle, so I could find and mutilate the retard that just posted.
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    Default Re: If you could be at any boxing event in history, which fight would you select?

    Gotta agree with the Greb vs Tunney or the Sullivan vs Corbett sentiment. I would definitely have to choose a fight that never made it to film.


    Sullivan vs Kilrain deserves a mention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primo Carnera View Post
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    Default Re: If you could be at any boxing event in history, which fight would you select?

    A young Duran vs Buchanan

    Any of the later fights of Jack Johnson, crowds were massive

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    Thought about it for a while and I have to say Holmes v Cooney. Just to see how the crowd and hype turned them into savage mobs. Had to be a great telling point in American history! Race, culture, class and society all mashed up in one fight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Maybe Harry Greb w.15 Gene Tunney at Madison Square garden. Hey no one has ever seen him fight, might as well see him lay a purported beating on the future hvy weight champ.
    My thoughts went to Greb too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Maybe Harry Greb w.15 Gene Tunney at Madison Square garden. Hey no one has ever seen him fight, might as well see him lay a purported beating on the future hvy weight champ.
    My thoughts went to Greb too.
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    Mitch "Blood" Green vs. Tyson street fight

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    Default Re: If you could be at any boxing event in history, which fight would you select?

    Roberto Duran and Esteban DeJesus 2

    The main reason that I liked this fight after Duran lost a nontitle fight to DeJesus is that Duran the champ did not duck him and the challenger was one of the most skillfull lightweights of the Duran era. He knocked Duran down in the first round in both fights. Besides a punch to match the champ he had skills that made him the victor in the previous fight. Duran was not only in excellent shape but he evolved and showed skills. He out boxed and later outpunched DeJesus displaying movement and skill and speed along with giving a boxing clinic to the challenger. It was electric that day in Panama Duran by KO and there was two knockdowns scored by him.
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    Default Re: If you could be at any boxing event in history, which fight would you select?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnsebastianmiran View Post
    Roberto Duran and Esteban DeJesus 2

    The main reason that I liked this fight after Duran lost a nontitle fight to DeJesus is that Duran the champ did not duck him and the challenger was one of the most skillfull lightweights of the Duran era. He knocked Duran down in the first round in both fights. Besides a punch to match the champ he had skills that made him the victor in the previous fight. Duran was not only in excellent shape but he evolved and showed skills. He out boxed and later outpunched DeJesus displaying movement and skill and speed along with giving a boxing clinic to the challenger. It was electric that day in Panama Duran by KO and there was two knockdowns scored by him.
    Watched that fight on ESPN and Duran was just perpetual motion and on fire. Absolute vicious fighter who wanted to destroy DeJesus. Really good fight.
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    Default Re: If you could be at any boxing event in history, which fight would you select?

    John L. Sullivan vs Jake Kilrain. Last world title bout under London Prize Ring Rules, 75 out of 80 rounds and The Great John L. actually vomited after the 44th round
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