Strong, explosive, and tenacious, Charles Barkley dominated front court in his prime years despite being an undersized big man in the NBA. With a unique combination of skills, physicality, and grit, Barkley displayed incredible feats on the floor, cementing himself as a hall of famer in one of the most competitive sports in the world. With an unassuming physique not unlike that of premier heavyweight champions like Fedor Emelianenko and Cain Velasquez plus 30-40 pounds of extra muscle, a prime Barkley would have surely taken the current heavyweight division by storm with 1-2 years of boxing and wrestling training. Barkley looking monstrous next to the 6'4", 260+ lb Dwayne Johnson. [YT]W0vCaZkULds[/YT] At 4:15, Barkley masterfully slips a power jab (which would have KO'd many heavyweights) from the 7'2", 350 lb Shaq and then seamlessly transitions into a take-down despite 2 other players pulling on him.