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Discussion in 'Muay Thai and Kickboxing' started by RnateC, Aug 19, 2015.

  1. RnateC White Belt

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    Mike Tyson and Altsitar Overeem
    Manny Pacquiao and buakaw por pramuk
     
  2. ironfist05 Silver Belt

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    Tyson/Hari sounds like a bit better of a comparison, though I daresay that Hari is more of a thug than Tyson ever was.

    masato/sugar ray leonard
     
  3. bad seed Banned Banned

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    OVereem fights nothing like Tyson. In Uber mode, he is a slow, plodding and methodical. In normal mode he is cautious with low volume output. The closer parallels in kickboxing would be Zambidis and Saki.

    I dont see Buakaw in Pacquiao either. Coban is the better equivalent- short southpaw with explosive combos.

    My vote is for Thomas Hearns = Dieselnoi. Two long, lanky motherfuckers that pierce through defenses with scary power.

    Roy Jones = Saenchai for obvious reasons.
    and Malignaggi = Petroysian. Guidolicious pillowfists.
     
  4. RnateC White Belt

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    who are the rocky Marciano's Ali Sonny Liston George Forman?
    I'm just getting into kickboxing

    and these are some boxers I like
     
  5. Karaev fan Brown Belt

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    I think someone else has made this analogy before, but
    Masato -> Leonard
    Buakaw -> Hearns
    Souwer - > Hagler
    Kraus -> Duran

    (Petrosyan ->Whitaker)

    Peter Aerts -> Foreman: Unstoppable tyrant in his youth that made a resurgence over a decade later
    Ramon Dekker -> Marciano: Undoubtedly great fighter that a lot of people claim is the best of all time mostly because they don't have a great perspective on where he stood
     
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    maybe zambidis and mike tyson? in terms of style
     
  8. Volizei Blue Belt

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    GGG=Holzken?
     
  9. premiumtap Orange Belt

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    Holzken is Lomachenko, GGG and Kovalev all wrapped in one, not taking their different weight classes into account.
     
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    Who is the Joe Louis, Willie Pep and Ray Robinson all-in-one? I say Michael Duut.
     
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    But who is the Julian Jackson, George Foreman and Earnie Shavers in one? I'd say van Roosmalen, I mean he has terrific KO power according to Glory.
     
  12. TonyK Brown Belt

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    Smokin' Yod
     
  13. premiumtap Orange Belt

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    Keen eye, brother, keen eye.... I'd say throw in Leonard's legs and Chavez chin as well, and you got yourself a pretty acurate discription of Duut.

    You're such a funny dude, man. Please stop cracking me up.
     
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    Overeem is Andrew Golota. Big guy without head
     
  15. ironfist05 Silver Belt

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    I'm pretty sure that was me, though I think I had it as SRL/Masato, Buakaw/Hagler, Hearns/Souwer, and Duran/Kraus. The whitaker/Petro comparison is great.
     

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