Danny Hodge would absolutely wipe out anyone in hs weight class if he were in is prime today. If you aren't familiar with Hodge's accomplishments, at The University Of Oklahoma he was undefeated at 46-0, with 36 pins and reportedly was never taken off his feet during his collegiate career. He was a three-time Big Seven conference champ at 177 pounds (1955–1957), and won the 177-pound title at the NCAA championships those same three years, pinning all three of his finals opponents. (Hodge is only one of two three-time NCAA Division I champs to have done that, the other being Oklahoma A&M's Earl McCready in 1928–1930.) Hodge was never even scored upon in his senior year. The Dan Hodge Trophy is the equivalent of The Heisman Trophy in collegiate football. After wrestling Hodge boxed. Danny won the 1958 Chicago Golden Gloves at Heavyweight, then won a Chicago-NY Intercity bout in October, beating Charley Hood. He finished his amateur career with 17 wins, no losses and 12 KO's. Then as a professional he was 8-2. He left boxing to pursue a more lucrative career in pro wrest;ing. Realize back then, of the top five highest paid athletes in the country, four were pro wrestlers and the other was the pro boxing Heavyweight Champion.