Lennox Lewis vs Frank Bruno - I was there in the crowd at Cardiff cheering on Lennox, the first fight I ever attended- the 1st World Heavyweight title fight between 2 Britons.
Lloyd Honeyghan vs Donald Curry - Upset and what a dominating performance by Honeyghan at Caesars Palace. The fight proved that nothing is certain when two men enter the ring.
George Foreman vs Ron Lyle - Not a fight of skill just a fight between two 'gunslingers' - Heavyweight boxing at it's most brutal
Thomas Hearns vs Roberto Duran - The right hand Hearns landed when Duran was on the ropes will stay in my memory forever - what a punch.
Nigel Benn vs Gerald McClellan - Watched this fight with the whole family as there was a party to celebrate my grandparents 50th Wedding anniversary.
A tragic, brutal fight that showed the heart needed to compete at the highest level and the sad consequences that sometimes happen in the sport we all love.
I still consider myself realitively new to boxing (started watching late 03 early 04 If I recall correctly) and I don't have a library of fights so I know I am missing out on ALOT of great ones. just isn't the same though as watching it live.
Just watched a fight recently wich goes down as one of my all time favorites, Humberto Gonzales vs Michael Carbajal what a great fight it was.
Others that come to mind are
Holyfield vs Bowe 1 & 2
Holyfield vs Quawi
Holyfield vs Tyson 1
Mayweather vs Corrales (brilliant performance)
Ali vs Frazier 1&2
Naseem Hamed vs Kevin Kelley
Calzaghe vs Jeff Lacy (brilliant performance)
this is just a small fragment of my favorites that ive seen recently
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