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Matched in weight and ability, boxing contestants try to land blows hard and often with their fists, each attempting…. History at your fingertips. Sign up here to see what happened On This Day , every day in your inbox! And now Porter goes down! It was a left hand smack on the chin that landed right as Porter was throwing a punch in the final minute!
A beautifully thrown punch. That might be the difference Both guys continue to let their hands go, trading heavy-handed shots on the inside. For three straight minutes. Spence has a cut on the corner of his left eye, the first cut of his professional career but it appears to have come from a head butt. Porter is keeping this pace up somehow. Neither guy is giving an inch. This is some fight, truly. Now Spence is opening up with a devastating left-right combination to the head.
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How is Porter still upright? Porter just relentless and might have won that round on volume, but Spence landed enough stinging shots in the final round to nick it on my card. Spence lands a big left hand that moves Porter backward. Crunching right hand by Spence upstairs.
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Spence then triples up a jab out of the exchange and follows up with a left, but Porter rolls out of it and lands a heavy right. This is wild! Another difficult round to call! Updated at 5. The punch stats indicate Spence is outlanding Porter to the body by a nearly three-to-one margin, but Porter is certainly landing the flashier shots. Wildly exciting, really.
And no idea where this one is headed. Both men look fresh midway through the seventh, which has been a bit of a slower frame for both. Spence is picking up the pace early in the sixth, getting Porter up against the ropes and opening up to the head and body. Spence is landing one body shot after another. Two minutes in and this is a Spence round. Porter slips inside and lands a nice right hand.
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Emile Griffith Roberto Duran Nino Benvenuti Sugar Ray Leonard Marcel Cerdan Tiger Flowers Freddie Steele Bob Fitzsimmons Joey Giardello Sergio Martinez Tony Zale Carmen Basilio Jake Lamotta. As an amateur he had a record of with 69 knockouts. During his illustrious career he had a unbeaten streak of 91 wins spanning nine years. Charley Burley Considered by many of the best boxers to be the best fighter ever, Burley never received a title opportunity from any of the champions in his era. He dominated boxing like only few can in an era where boxers fought for 15 hard rounds.
Marvelous defended the unified middleweight championship twelve consecutive times. He finished with a great record of , with his three losses coming by decision.
He only lost three times in the early part of his career and went on to avenge his 3 losses. Shotgun was Undisputed Middleweight Champion for seven years and Successfully defended his title 14 times. Harry Greb The Pittsburgh Windmill fought all the best fighters of his era and was Middleweight Champion from to Over his 13 year career he fought times. He often took on more than he could chew by facing any boxer in any weight class.
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Mickey Walker The Toy Bulldog had an incredible career winning fights. Walker held the middleweight title for five years. Roy Jones Junior Superman dominated boxing like only few can, widely regarded as one of the top pound for pound boxer in history, Jones was undefeated his first 15 years as a professional boxer not counting his March 21, bout against Montell Griffin when he was winning the fight but got disqualified in his first 15 years as a professional, Jones amassed a record of Currently at age 49 he still dabbles in the ring as a fighter and trainer and is a boxing analyst for HBO.
His talent and career are so outstanding, he is often ranked as one of the greatest of all time in all divisions. Most champions avoided fighting The Boston Bonecrusher. After winning the Undisputed Middleweight Title in , he defended it a record 20 consecutive fights, finally losing to Jermain Taylor by split decision in a controversial bout. Hopkins slick defense and smart game planning made him one of the best pound for pound boxers of all time. Hopkins boxed at a high-level until he retired at almost 52 years old.
Ezzad Charles The Cincinnati Cobra had a great career winning 95 fights. Regarded by many as the best light heavyweight boxer of all, Charles amateur record was He dominated as a Featherweight and Middleweight but really started his professional career as a Light Heavyweight after serving in the military during World War II. Gennady Golovkin GGG holds the highest knockout-to-win percentage of any middleweight His career has been spectacular and many argue he should be in the top five of all time best middleweights.
GGG is also known to have a great chin. Triple G cleaned out the entire middleweight division over the last 10 years. In many fans minds he is still undefeated at 40 -0 many view the two fights with Canelo Alvarez as wins.