Top 10 Boxers of all time had losses on their records?

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  1. Team Sleep Black Belt

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    I'm no boxing historian. Hell, I'm not an expert or even a massive fan anymore.

    I'm just curious to those who are experts or think they are...

    Aside from Floyd Mayweather, who are the GOAT's with similar records to Floyd(not a fan btw)? Ali lost? Foreman? Frazier? Lewis?

    Who never lost and retired that way and would have a reasonable chance to beat the piss out of Pacquiao or Mayweather, assuming they are at the same weight etc.
     
  2. Tazzz Banned Banned

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    Rocky Marciano.
    49-0 with 43 KO.
     
  3. XCuTioNeR Mundo Hispano FECARBOX Champion

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    Why not put your new threads in the Pac/May sticky?
     
  4. Team Sleep Black Belt

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    Because it's not particularly about them, and definitely not about their fight that will never happen. And because I like to have people read the threads I post.
     
  5. Tobacco --------------------------------------------------

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    I guess in this class of record belongs the likes of:

    Marciano
    Mayweather
    Calzaghe
    Lopez
    Ottke

    I'd probably rank them in that order too.
     
  6. newerest Purple Belt

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    no ali, foreman, tyson?
     
  7. Perfect Moo Blue Belt

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    You forgot Jimmy Barry. 58-0 GOAT.
     
  8. ThirdPartyView Keeping Jack Dempsey from ducking

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    How about Jack McAuliffe, then?
     
  9. ShangoLombard White Belt

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    Ricardo Lopez.
     
  10. newerest Purple Belt

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    a boxer being undefeated has more to do with fighting cans a significant time as opposed to top competition
     
  11. Perfect Moo Blue Belt

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    Ricardo Lopez is only 51-0, Jimmy Barry GOAT 58-0.

    Jack McAuliffe is only 34-0. Jimmy Barry GOAT 58-0.
     
  12. Team Sleep Black Belt

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    I agree about the cans and perfect records...

    I mean which of these undefeated fighters would be considered GOAT... it seems like all the generally accepted bests had defeats on their records. And for what it's worth, when I watch old boxing footage it looks like the guys are all hella slow and don't know how to fight.
     
  13. ShangoLombard White Belt

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    Larry Holmes was on the verge on surpassing Marciano's undefeated record until Spinks came smh.
     
  14. Tobacco --------------------------------------------------

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    I was going for guys that won credible world titles and had flawless records.

    It's not an all time great rankings by any stretch.
     
  15. MMAmouse Brown Belt

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    You mean like this?

     
  16. enswell**** Blue Belt

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    I don't think I wanna talk boxing with the thread-starter as he's just some ignorant, disrespectful Kansas City [email protected]
     

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