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    Default Re: ~Undefeated~ The most significant/notable fights between two undefeated fighter..

    Chris John (47-0-2) vs. Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo (44-0-0)

    91 combined wins.

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    Default Re: ~Undefeated~ The most significant/notable fights between two undefeated fighter..

    Off the top of my head

    Lewis Mason
    When God said to the both of us "Which one of you wants to be Sugar Ray?" I guess I didnt raise my hand fast enough

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    As a significant fight, one of the Guys had lost one. After the Fight, they had both lost one , great Fight. I realised after reading, that you had missed a Big one , you hadnt
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    How can ANYONE forget Larry Holmes vs. Gerry Cooney
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    I was 15 at the time of the Frazier vs Ali 1. Biggest fight in my lifetime by far.

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    Default Re: ~Undefeated~ The most significant/notable fights between two undefeated fighter..

    Just to clarify one thing that the original rough draft I have on my Desktop had well over 150 fights between 2 undefeated fighters. I just had to cut it off somewhere or else the list would deminish in significance of the fight. I will admit though in retrospect I'd leave out Narvaez-Whitfield as well as Thurman-Chaves.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Pure quality stuff Mick! I'd exclude Alexander vs Bradley on the grounds of wanting to keep my last meal down ha. Maybe toss in a Jeff Chandler vs Julian Solis though not 'huge'. A Yuh Myung-woo vs Leo Gamez...division record setter against a guy who would become a 4 division champ you hardly hear of, if at all. Paul Gonzalez in only his 5th fight beating an undefeated and future division great in Orlando Canizales? Jeremy Williams vs Danell nicholson, ok I need a slap . Hey..wish we saw undefeated American heavys meet that early NOW.
    @Spicoli
    Good call on all of those Spicoli... I didn't have Chandler-Solis in my original rough draft. Thanks. LMAO at Williams-Nicholson.

    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    Kennedy McKinney 21-0-1 vs Welcome Ncita 32-0
    And it didn't get much bigger than
    Sven Ottke 24-0 vs Anthony Mundine 10-0
    If you included Thurman-Chaves you can include
    Paul Williams 29-0 vs Walter Matthysse 25-0
    Dmitry Pirog 16-0 vs Daniel Jacobs 20-0
    @Violent Demise I agree and as I said in my comment at the top. I had so many fights I just cut off the list right there for some reason... I'd def. see one or two that aren't as significant as others I see on the list that I have.

    Quote Originally Posted by gest12645 View Post
    Great list Mick. If Mathysse wasn't robbed against Judah and Alexander, Garcia vs Mathysse would be a notable one on there
    @gest12645 Thanks...

    Quote Originally Posted by iwng100 View Post
    May I propose: Leonard Dorin (21-0-0) vs. Paul Spadafora (36-0-0) , IBF & WBA bout unification?
    @iwng100 noted... Again I just cut the list off so it didn't make the cut. Good call on it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vendettos View Post
    DeGale v Groves.
    Basically a fight between 2 future world champions.
    @Vendettos noted but didn't make cut...

    Quote Originally Posted by toe2toe View Post
    Chris John (47-0-2) vs. Chonlatarn Piriyapinyo (44-0-0)
    91 combined wins.
    @toe2toe noted but didn't make the cut... He also has one vs. Enoki whom I thought would give John a good fight.

    Quote Originally Posted by Memphis View Post
    Off the top of my head
    Lewis Mason
    @Memphis well played sir...

    Quote Originally Posted by ykdadamaja View Post
    How can ANYONE forget Larry Holmes vs. Gerry Cooney
    @ykdadamaja it's not that I forgot again it's that I cut the list off...

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbig1 View Post
    I was 15 at the time of the Frazier vs Ali 1. Biggest fight in my lifetime by far.
    @mrbig1 I think it's general sensus that Ali-Frazier 1 is the most significant fight in the history of the sport.

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    Marty Servo vs. Ray Robinson

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    Quote Originally Posted by CutMeMick View Post
    What are the most significant/notable fights which pinned 2 undefeated fighters?
    Here's what I've come up with over the past few days. I know there's many more but I wanted to list the most meaningful ones. I know Chavez had several other fights, Cotto had several too as well as Holmes, Evander & Tyson but again narrowing it down to significance... Can you think of one I've missed?

    Muhammad Ali 31-0 vs. Joe Fraizer 26-0
    George Foreman 37-0 vs. Joe Frazier 29-0
    Felix Trinidad 35-0 vs. Oscar De La Hoya 30-0
    Mike Tyson 34-0 vs. Michael Spinks 31-0
    Julio C. Chavez 68-0 vs. Meldrick Taylor 24-0-1
    Sugar Ray Leonard 25-0 vs. Wilfred Ben...itez 38-0
    Carlos Zarate 52-0 vs. Wilfredo Gomez 21-0-1
    Michael Spinks 27-0 vs. Larry Holmes 45-0
    Evander Holyfield 28-0 vs. Riddick Bowe 31-0
    Mikkel Kessler 39-0 vs. Joe Calzaghe 43-0
    Floyd Mayweather 38-0 vs. Ricky Hatton 43-0
    Felix Trinidad 38-0 vs. Fernando Vargas 20-0
    Donald Curry 23-0 vs. Milton McCrory 27-0-1
    Joe Calzaghe 40-0 vs. Jeff Lacy 21-0
    Roy Jones Jr. 26-0 vs. James Toney 44-0-2
    Ricardo Lopez 47-0 & 47-0-1 vs. Rosendo Alvarez 24-0 & 24-0-1
    Chris Eubank 35-0-2 vs. Graciano Rocchigiani 35-0
    Carlos Zarate 45-0 vs. Alfonso Zamora 29-0
    Ike Quartey 34-0-1 vs. Oscar De La Hoya 29-0
    Jermain Taylor 27-0 vs. Kelly Pavlik 31-0
    Vernon Forrest 33-0 vs. Sugar Shane Mosley 38-0
    Felix Trinidad 23-0 vs. Yory Boy Campas 56-0
    Michael Nunn 36-0 vs. James Toney 25-0-1
    Julian Jackson 29-0 vs. Mike McCallum 26-0
    Floyd Mayweather 24-0 vs. Diego Corrales 33-0
    Donald Curry 25-0 vs. Lloyd Honeyghan 27-0
    Acelino Freitas 30-0 vs. Joel Casamayor 26-0
    Genaro Hernandez 32-0 vs. Oscar De La Hoya 18-0
    Wilfredo Gomez 29-0-1 vs. Derrick Holmes 14-0-1
    Oscar De La Hoya 22-0 vs. Miguel Angel Gonzalez 41-0
    Acelino Freitas 33-0 vs. Artur Grigorian 36-0
    Felix Trinidad 36-0 vs. David Reid 14-0
    Austin Trout 26-0 vs. Saul Alvarez 41-0-1
    Devon Alexander 21-0 vs. Timothy Bradley 27-0
    Chad Dawson 22-0 vs. Tomasz Adamek 31-0
    Arthur Abraham 21-0 vs. Edison Miranda 26-0
    Brandon Rios 30-0 vs. Mike Alvarado 33-0
    Sergey Kovalev 21-0 vs. Nathan Cleverly 26-0
    Yohnny Perez 20- vs. Abner Mares 20-0
    Keith Thurman 20-0 vs. Diego Chaves 22-0



    Love your list.
    First.... 'cause it's very good.
    Second.... 'cause it's got my boy in there four times.

    Of course..... it should've been five. Oba Carr was 32-0 when Trinidad TKO'ed him.

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