One Punch Knockout: Boxing's Lullaby
I just saw ESPN’s Top 20 Knockouts and got the urge to come out with my own list of “top knockouts”. I tried my best to come up with some of the best knockouts I’ve seen. Contrary to ESPN's list, these are "one-punch knockout".
I’d like to say that I based my decision on the technique of the punch, or the significance of the win, or any other more elegant reason. In reality, most of these knockouts are from fighters I like; others were just unexpected, at least by me. They are in no particular order, but I have to point out that in No. 1, the reaction Benitez after his right hand lands is the best I’ve seen.
1. 1981-05-23Wilfred Benitez vs Maurice Hope
2. 1951-07-18 Jersey Joe Walcott vs Ezzard Charles II
3. 1952-09-23 Rocky Marciano vs Jersey Joe Walcott I
4. 1986-11-22 Mike Tyson vs Trevor Berbick
5. 1990-11-24 Julian Jackson vs Herol Graham
6. 1989-07-30 Julian Jackson vs Terry Norris
7. 1957-05-01 Sugar Ray Robinson vs Gene Fullmer II
8. 1998-04-25 Roy Jones Jr vs Virgil Hill
9. 2004-05-15 Antonio Tarver vs Roy Jones Jr II
10. 1980-08-02 Thomas Hearns vs Pipino Cuevas
11. 1984-06-15 Thomas Hearns vs Roberto Duran
12. 2001-11-03 Kostya Tszyu vs Zab Judah
13. 1991-10-18 Ray Mercer vs Tommy Morrison
14. 2001-05-12 Felix Trinidad vs William Joppy
15. 1993-06-19 Felix Trinidad vs Maurice Blocker
Feel free to suggest any others I might have overlooked.
On another note, I just wanted to point out that I agree with the California State Athletic Commission on their ruling about Antonio Margarito and Javier Capetillo. I believe that just like in any other sport, fighters should be accountable for what goes into their body as well as on them.
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