The best all round boxing performance you have seen

Davvers

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Watched Lennox Lewis v Rahman II last night.

Against a dude who dealt him a KTFO, Lewis proceeded to jab the fuck out of his face and head, using some of the most powerful jabs I have ever seen.

Lewis wasn't swinging. He wasn't even aggressive. His chin was protected at all times, and he worked to get Rahman in range for punishment. He was totally controlled and clinical.

Within 4 rounds he had Rahman in all sorts of trouble. Cuts on the face, tormented by jabs, and then the combinations came out. Soon he's left Rahman unconscious on the canvas with a sweet one two combination shattering his jaw.

The ultimate boxing performance - disciplined, tactical, powerful and destructive. Utterly one sided ass beating from a master on a mission to set the fucking record straight on some trashtalking punk ass clown.
 
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Hearns - Duran
I'm a big fan of both guys but Hearns really gave it to him
(maybe not THE BEST but this one popped up rather quickly)
 
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Trail

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Barrera - Hamed isn't a million miles off...there are many others too, but I'm far too tired to write them out. Honeyghan - Curry? Hagler - Hearns? Corrales - Castillo I? Kenny Norton doing a job on Ali?
 
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Bogotazo

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First one that always comes to mind is Mosley-Johnson.

[video=youtube;3EPRPyfrqFA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EPRPyfrqFA[/video]

I mean Jesus...

 

Davvers

That's a Davvers promise!!!
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Hearns - Duran
I'm a big fan of both guys but Hearns really gave it to him
(maybe not THE BEST but this one popped up rather quickly)
This one hit the spot.

Systematic one sided destruction of a powerful all conquering champion.

Great to watch.
 

tommygun711

You don't have the capability for mayhem
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Toney-Barkley comes to mind
Harold Johnson vs Doug Jones as well
 
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Jack Broughton-George Stevenson. Stevenson had nothing for him; a real slaughter, that fight was.
 
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Kalambay-McCallum is up there, definitely. Whitaker-Chavez as well. Tyson-Spinks, short as it was, was an awesome display of speed, power and skill. Oh, nearly forgot Sanchez-Gomez. And I think Leonard-Hearns I qualifies in how Leonard adapted his natural game to turn aggressor against the perhaps most destructive puncher below 160.
 

tommygun711

You don't have the capability for mayhem
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Kalambay-McCallum is up there, definitely.
Oh yeah. Kalambay soundly outboxed a great technician in mccallum. He did it with class.
Whitaker - Nelson

Nelson was a bit undersized, but it was hideously one sided, against a genuinely very good fighter.
Whitaker thoroughly dominated that fight, but nelson's effort alone made it interesting. I dont know if i'd call it as one sided as what you are saying.