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BEST BOXING RECORD


Rocky Marciano is the who got the best record in boxing. He is an Italian-American and the heavyweight champion of the world from September 23, 1952, until April 27, 1956.

Total fights -49
Wins - 39
Wins by KO -43
Loses - 0
Draw - 0
No Contest -0



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BOXING TITLES




Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao or famously known as Manny Pacquiao was born December 17, 1978 and he is the Filipino pride professional boxer holder of the most boxing titles and first boxer to win seven world titles

He became the former Ring Magazine featherweight and super featherweight champion. He was also the former WBC World lightweight champion, WBC World super featherweight champion, IBF World super bantamweight champion, and WBC World flyweight champion.

Currently, he was rated by the Ring Magazine as the #1 pound-for-pound boxer in the world and he is now the IBO and Ring Magazine light welterweight champion, and the WBO World welterweight champion

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THE MOST FAMOUS BOXER


Muhammad Ali was born on January 17, 1942. He is the three-time World Heavyweight Champion and he is already a retired American boxer. In his amateur years, he won a gold medal in the light heavyweight division at the Summer Olympics in Rome in1960. He now is widely considered one of the greatest heavyweight champion boxers of all time. Ali was crowned "Sportsman of the Century” in 1999.

Ali fought several historic boxing matches through out the world and he was given a nickname; 'The Greatest'. His rivals were Joe Frazier and George Foreman, whom he beat by knockout to win the world heavyweight title for the second time. He had a record of 5 losses (four decisions and one TKO) with no draws and he had a record of 56 wins (37 knockouts and 19 decisions). He became famous for his unique style of fighting which he calls it as “float like a butterfly, sting like a bee”, and a killer technique; the “rope-a-dope”.



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THE BIGGEST BOXER



Nikolai Sergeyevich Valuev is Russian born on August 21, 1973 he became one of the tallest with the height of 7feet and 2 inches and also the heaviest man to hold a World Heavyweight title. In 1993 he became a professional boxer and in his career he had a record of 23-0, with 16 knockouts. His first public appearance bout was vs. the American John Morton, and he beat him by knockout in the second round. He took the Russian heavyweight title in 1999 and in 2000 he won a Pan-Asian title. Valuev drive himself into a position to fight for a world title with victories over Bob Mirovic, Attila Levin, Clifford Etienne, Otis Tisdale, Paolo Vidoz, and Gerald Nobles.

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THE TALLEST BOXERS




Väinö Myllyrinne (finland) 8ft 2in.


Jim Cully (Irish) 7′ 2″ / 218cm - heavyweight

Gogea Mitu 2.42 metres (7.9 ft) - heavyweight



Gogea Mitu was born on July 14, 1914 in Marsani and died June 22, 1936 in Bucharest he was a Romanian Boxer and one of the tallest Romanians of all time. Gogea Mitu is also listed by the Guinness Book of world Records as the tallest professional boxer.

At Venus Stadium in Bucharest Mitu won by knockout against the experienced Italian boxer Severio Gizzo in round three. In his second fight he fought against former Romanian heavyweight champion Dimitru Pacelescu, which Mitu won again by knockout in the first round. The only losses in his entire career were against the former Italian world champion Primo Carnera and the American boxer George Godfrey. After several matches his manager Umberto Lancia manage him to more important tournaments in Euopre where Mitu fought the German-French boxer Bergam and the fight resulted to a draw and this was Mitu's last fight as a professional boxer.


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THE SHORTEST BOXING CHAMPION

Frank "Frankie" Genaro was the shortest boxer at the height of 5 feet and 1 inch. He was born at August 26, 1901 – December 27, 1966 and in his life he was a former Olympic gold medalist and boxing world flyweight champion. He has a record 130 bouts, having 96 victories (19 KO's), 26 losses, 8 draws and 4 No Decisions.

He became pro and begun fighting and scoring wins over Charley (Phil) Rosenberg and Pancho Villa. In 1923, he got the American flyweight title with another win over Pancho Villa and decisioned future bantamweight champ Bud Taylor

Genaro was defeated by Fidel La Barba lost his American title in 1925 and dropped a decision to former world champ Newsboy Bron in his next outing. In 1928 he captured the NBA flyweight crown when defeated Frenchy Belanger. He then fought Emile Pladner and lost the title in his first defense, but again regained the title when he defeated Pladner in a rematch one month later.

Genaro he had successfully defended his title against Emile Pladner, Ernie Jarvis, Yvon Trevidic and Balanger. He then faced Midget Wolgast, who had been recognized as world flyweight champ by the New York State Athletic Commission. The unification bout ended in a draw. Genaro then went on and successfully defend his title against Victor Ferrand. Jackie Harmon, and Valentin Angelmann. Victor “Young” Perez knocked him out and lost his crown in 1931.

Genaro's title days were over, but he’s career did not ended. He beat the future featherweight champion Joey Archibald in 1933 before retiring in 1934. In his entire career Genaro fought 10 world champions and three Hall of Famers and he became the international Boxing Hall of famer in 1998.

He was born in New York City and died in Staten Island, New York.

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THE HIGHEST PURSE FIGHTS



Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the world and this is also one of the biggest earning sports. With so much entertainment billions of fans were attracted to watch and also spend their money for it. With so much earnings, the sport became a business that is very good.

Mike Tyson

Tyson became the biggest draw of all time. During the end of 2002, Tyson and his 10 fights brought in a total of $587 million. Comparing it with De la Hoya and his 12 fights earning $304 million, Tyson was still the most among the earners.

Oscar De la Hoya

In the recent fight of Oscar De la Hoya vs Floyd Mayweather Jr. It became the most producing profit fight. Oscar got 52 million dollars and Floyd got about half of it.

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FASTEST and QUICKEST BOXER



Sugar Ray Leonard, Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Roy Jones Jr.

This was the FASTEST and QUICKEST BOXER in the name boxing had.

Sugar Ray Leonard - Welterweight
Manny Pacquiao - Light welterweight, Welterweight
Floyd Mayweather Jr. - Welterweight
Roy Jones Jr. - Middleweight, Super middleweight, Light heavyweight, Heavyweight


All this information was based from the forums i read.



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STRONGEST HITTER






For me George Foreman was the strongest hitter. I conclude this from my researches on the net. Based from it, everyone who fought with him told that he is the strongest hitter.


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FASTEST KNOCKOUT


Mike Collins got the record of the fastest knockout when he defeated Pat Brownson with a single punch. The contest was stopped after 4 seconds after the bell. The fight wast held at Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA on 4 Nov 1947.


THE SHORTEST WORLD TITLE FIGHT

Gerald McClellan

During August 7, 1993 at Puerto Rico, Gerald McClellan from USA beat Jay Bell also from USA and upon defeat, Jay Bell lost his WBC middleweight title with in just only 20 seconds.


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Hi good day! This is my first post for this blog and this blog is basically made for giving information and idea on the past and present boxing record holders. Also, this blog will also display the greatest boxers in the whole world.

Thank you very much and have a nice day.

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