Top 10 best boxers in world history-boxing games
1. Rocky Marciano was the best of the best boxers, so today is the only heavyweight boxer who has retired undefeated. In 1969, Marciano died in a plane crash before the age of 46 years.
2. Muhammad Ali was the man who danced like a butterfly and something like a bee in all rings in the world. In 1974, a victory that turned the boxing world in Kinshasa, Zaire against George Foreman.
3. Joe Louis was enshrined as one of the best fighters in the world. The Bomber of Detroit as he was known had legendary fights with Primo Carnera, Max Baer and Rocky Marciano
4. Sugar Ray Leonard was known for his great fighting style that won him the gold medal of the 1976 Montreal Olympics. The coup was his lucky punch special. In recent years participated in the reality show: The Contender
5. Sugar Ray Robinson was a professional boxer. He was born on May 3, 1921 in Ailey, Georgia and died on April 12, 1989 in Culver City, California. In 1990 he was inducted into the Hall of Fame
6. The Julio Cesar Chavez needs no introduction. For much of the early 90′s was the best pound for pound fighter around the world.
7. Marvin Hagler was one of the best weights of the world media with a fight record of 62 wins 2 draws and 3 losses.
8. Roberto Duran. The popular Mano de Piedra, plus excellent boxer, was salsa singer and was about to intervene in the politics of his country.
9. Mike Tyson was a machine to throw punches and win fights quickly. His fists seemed to be pure dynamite. And if not for their personal problems and an ear bite would be in a place of privilege.
10. Oscar De La Hoya is just removed from the sheds, but no doubt left its mark on the world boxing games. His most important victory was the one that won against Julio Cesar Chavez on June 7, 1996.