One of the most intimidating heavyweights in sports history was Marciano. He amassed a 49-0 record, with 43 of those wins coming by way of knockout. Boxing greats Joe Louis, Ezzard Charles, and Archie Moore were among his victims.He is also the only heavyweight boxer to ever capture the world title and finish his career undefeated. If Tyson Fury doesn’t have anything to say about it, that is. Possibly.
Fury has combined his unmatched boxing skills with an underrated punching power to raise his pure boxing skills to a peak level as he rises to supremacy.In all three of his battles against Deontay Wilder, who is regarded as one of the greatest punchers in boxing history, as well as in his unanimous decision points victory against Wladimir Klitschko, both of these facets of his fighting style were on full display.
Consider the fact that Foreman knocked out Joe Frazier and Ken Norton in the second round of their fights as an illustration of how dangerous Foreman was during his prime. A heavyweight’s power is the last to leave his hands, as seen by Mike Tyson’s 45-year-old victory over Michael Moorer, who was 26 at the time of their bout in November 1994, to reclaim his heavyweight title. The foreman’s hands, at the very least.
Holmes’ incisive and cutting jab allowed him to successfully defend his heavyweight belt for an amazing eight years. He fought legendary boxers like Ken Norton, Earnie Shavers, and Muhammad Ali along the way. It is impossible to overlook Holmes’ significance in heavyweight boxing history.
Mike Tyson was subdued by Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis because they didn't fear him and could intimidate him. But they're also considered the greatest performers of all time, so maybe it's not so bad. Look at the fear Mike Tyson instilled in his opponents from the mid-1980s and early 1990s, when he inflicted devastating blows on the likes of Trevor Barbick, Larry Holmes, Michael Spinks, Frank Bruno and Donovan Ruddock.
Only Holyfield has won the heavyweight world championship four times in the sport of boxing. Particularly highlighting his warrior status in the annals of the sport are his triumphs over Mike Tyson and Riddick Bowe.