Greatest Boxers of Each Era

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Greatest Boxers of Each Era

Jack Johnson was the first African-American heavy weight champion. He was one of the first big black athletes of his time, but he was very controversial. Jack deserves to be the best boxer from his era because he won a very prestigious title when Americans just weren't ready.

Jack Dempsey is a part of the International Boxing Hall of Fame. He held his title a total of 7 years, between 1919 and 1926. In those 7 years he defended his title 6 times. Jack is still to this day considered one of the greatest boxers of all time because of his aggressive style and punching power.

Greatest Boxers of Each Era







Mike Tyson is the youngest boxer to win the heavy weight title at the age of 20. He won 18 of his first matches by knockout, 12 in the first round. Mike defended his title a total of nine times. Tyson is remembered in boxing by his intimidating boxing style and is ranked first on EPSN's hardest hitting heavy weights.

Muhammad Ali is the most iconic and most remembered boxer of all time. Ali won his title at the young age of 22. Ali was one of the first if not the first celebrity-athlete.

Rocky Marciano is the only person in boxing history to retire never losing or ending it in a tie. That along is a feat that has never been topped. He held the heavy weight title for four years before retiring. In that time he defended his title six times.

Floyd Mayweather, Jr. is to this day undeated with 52 wins. He has gained 8 world titles in his career so far. At this time he is rated the best pound for pound fighter in the world. Mayweather is also the highest paid athlete for the year 2012.


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