Tommy's Top 10 Middleweights In History.
[SIZE="3"][B]#1 - Sugar Ray Robinson - W173 (108) - L19 - D6[/B][/SIZE]
Robinson truly is the greatest fighter that has ever lived that can not be debated. There is Sugar Ray Robinson and then the top 10 best fighters bellow him. Robinson had an incredible career in the sport beating such greats as Fullmer, Olson, LaMotta and Basilio.
[B][SIZE="3"]#2 - Marvelous Marvin Hagler - W62 (52) - L3 - D2[/SIZE][/B]
The best way Hagler can be described is a beat. He is probably the most dominating middleweight in the hitory of the sport, and has an incredible 52 KO's in 62 wins. Hagler was the victim of fighting in a middleweight division that was weak in its era and his biggest wins came against fighters who moved up like Mugabi, Duran and Hearns. Haglers last fight was against another fighter who had moved up through the weights and that was Sugar Ray Leonard. Leonard got the win but most at ring side thought Hagler had done enough, the fight is still debated to this day.
[SIZE="3"][B]#3 - Carlos Monzon - W87 (59) - L3 - D9[/B][/SIZE]
Like Hagler, Monzon was a victim of fighting in a bad era of middleweights. What makes Monzon so great though is out of his 100 fights the 3 he lost were in his 1st 20 contest, making him one of the most dominating 160 pound fighters in history. Monzon was tough rugged and could punch and he had one of the greatest chins in boxing history. Monzons big wins came against other big name fighters like Jose Napoles, Emille Griffin, Nino Benvenuti and Tony Mundine.
[SIZE="3"][B]#4 - Harry Greb - W260 (48) - L21 - L17[/B][/SIZE]
Greb is not a fighter ive seen because theres no footage of him. Reading up up on him though Greb has an incredible record which is considered one of the best in the sport. He was the one and only fighter to defeat the great Genne Tunney who was a middleweight and heavy champion. Greb was an all action fighter who was only stopped twice in his 299 fights which is quite simply remarkable.