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iKeNjiro
Your Top Ten Coldest Knockouts of All Time!
Provide youtube videos if they have any...

I'll post mines tonight via computer so I can add the videos with them
look forward to reading your picks
BoxingWizard23
Good topic Ken. Glad to see you post again, ok. here's mine with youtube videos

1.Roy Jones Jr. KO's Montel Griffin II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1Khbw82qUM...9153DEE48ACE06D

2.Mike Tyson KO's Trevor Berbick

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kblp3kYuKRU

3.Lennox Lewis KO's Hasim Rahman II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYtdau3QPOQ

4. Rocky Marciano KO's Joe Walcott

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYtdau3QPOQ

5. Floyd Patterson KO's Ingemar Johansson II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoK50XlZUDg

6. Sugar Ray Robinson KO's Gene Fullmer II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-EWPlSHxek

7. Buster James Douglass KO's Mike Tyson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYwbJx6211I

8. Tommy Hearns KO's Roberto Duran

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmLya0g815U

9. David Tua KO's John Ruiz

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKDvkcLe0K0

10. Sergio Martinez KO's Paul Williams II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koe4Sm8nQPU
SmartyBeardo
Nice list Mr. Wizard. Hearns KO of Cuevas.
Romulus9
No list can be complete without at least one Julian Jackson clip.
caneman
QUOTE (Romulus9 @ Jun 26 2011, 09:13 PM) *
No list can be complete without at least one Julian Jackson clip.



I was just thinking of what he did to Terry Norris!
Romulus9
QUOTE (caneman @ Jun 26 2011, 10:16 PM) *
I was just thinking of what he did to Terry Norris!



The destruction of Herol Graham and Buster Drayton probably rank even higher. Absolutely brutal.
caneman
I agree but based on who Norris was @ the time it was never the less amazing for me! Good call though Coop! drinks.gif
BoxingWizard23
QUOTE (SmartyBeardo @ Jun 26 2011, 09:56 PM) *
Nice list Mr. Wizard. Hearns KO of Cuevas.

Thank you. Mr.Beardo I hope you can put up your list as well. I'm interested in seeing what you can give.
lloyd mayflower
Alexander Frenkel KO'ing Enzo Maccarinelli. The first KD was worthy of ending any fight. Then when the ref allowed Enzo to continue it was like Frenkel didnt want to have to do it, the rest is worth watching.

BoxingWizard23
QUOTE (lloyd mayflower @ Jun 26 2011, 10:59 PM) *
Alexander Frenkel KO'ing Enzo Maccarinelli. The first KD was worthy of ending any fight. Then when the ref allowed Enzo to continue it was like Frenkel didnt want to have to do it, the rest is worth watching.


do you people read the mans topic?? it says top 10 KO's plus youtube vids. Not 1. smh
lloyd mayflower
QUOTE (BoxingWizard23 @ Jun 27 2011, 04:12 AM) *
do you people read the mans topic?? it says top 10 KO's plus youtube vids. Not 1. smh


Shit im sorry, didnt realise I was breaking the rules. I'm at my work, I dont have time to sit and dig up ten videos. Just thought I would contribute something that popped into my head.

Not that I have to justify myself to you of course.
iKeNjiro
QUOTE (BoxingWizard23 @ Jun 27 2011, 10:46 AM) *
Good topic Ken. Glad to see you post again, ok. here's mine with youtube videos

1.Roy Jones Jr. KO's Montel Griffin II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1Khbw82qUM...9153DEE48ACE06D

2.Mike Tyson KO's Trevor Berbick

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kblp3kYuKRU

3.Lennox Lewis KO's Hasim Rahman II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYtdau3QPOQ

4. Rocky Marciano KO's Joe Walcott

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYtdau3QPOQ

5. Floyd Patterson KO's Ingemar Johansson II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PoK50XlZUDg

6. Sugar Ray Robinson KO's Gene Fullmer II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-EWPlSHxek

7. Buster James Douglass KO's Mike Tyson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYwbJx6211I

8. Tommy Hearns KO's Roberto Duran

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmLya0g815U

9. David Tua KO's John Ruiz

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IKDvkcLe0K0

10. Sergio Martinez KO's Paul Williams II

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koe4Sm8nQPU



Hey man how ya been? Yea mostly reading, i've been busy an tired of arguing Floyd vs Pacquiao BS honestly
Nonito Donair vs Fernando Montiel was pretty nasty lol he was kicking an punching the air lol
Judah had some mean ko's too!
Also Tszyu ko of a undefeated Judah in rd. 2 was nasty with given the situation of both fighters
I like Floyd jr. Vs Ricky Hatton (the head hitting the turn buckle)
None of these are my top ten...well maybe i can find a spot for Nonito Donair vs Fernando Montiel cause that was nasty lol
BoxingWizard23
QUOTE (iKeNjiro @ Jun 27 2011, 12:24 AM) *
Hey man how ya been? Yea mostly reading, i've been busy an tired of arguing Floyd vs Pacquiao BS honestly
Nonito Donair vs Fernando Montiel was pretty nasty lol he was kicking an punching the air lol
Judah had some mean ko's too!
Also Tszyu ko of a undefeated Judah in rd. 2 was nasty with given the situation of both fighters
I like Floyd jr. Vs Ricky Hatton (the head hitting the turn buckle)
None of these are my top ten...well maybe i can find a spot for Nonito Donair vs Fernando Montiel cause that was nasty lol

Nice one. LOL @ him punchin and kickin air that was classic but Montiel got back up and wasn't really fully KO'd but then again he was. Good choice. Floyd's KO win vs Hatton is a classic like the bull chasing the matador and he went out like a bull. Shame people forget that and wasn't nominated in the KO of the year category. And Judahs is classis especially his first lost LOL!! stanky leg.
The Ollie Reed Fan Club
QUOTE (lloyd mayflower @ Jun 26 2011, 11:26 PM) *
Shit im sorry, didnt realise I was breaking the rules. I'm at my work, I dont have time to sit and dig up ten videos. Just thought I would contribute something that popped into my head.

Not that I have to justify myself to you of course.



Lloyd be careful now, Big Ken and Boxing Lizard (thanks Beardo) have their own lil mutual admiration society going. Like a couple of new kids who started school on the same day these jokers are tight. Break one of their rules and other is gonna come over and sort you out laugh.gif

Now I'll show you my top ten. I don't know if they rank as 'best' but they are personal faves of mine. So here's my ten. Did you hear me say that Lloyd? TEN!!

Tua KO Ruiz. Anyone who doesn't have this in their top ten is nuts.

Tyson KO Berbick. Tyson was supposed to be the next big thing and what a way to announce your arrival on the big stage. Those last shots of Berbick staggering around like a drunken sailor launched Mike's career to the casual sports fan.

Pac KO Hatton. Seeing Ricky hit the canvas, lights out before he had even got there and sprawled out on the Rockstar logo was pure magic. The singing abruptly stopped at that point. Walking in a a Manny Wonderland.

Toney KO Prince Charles Williams. Between 160-175 pounds James Toney was truth serem and his highlights reel was pretty fucken cool. I've gone for the Willimas knockout if only coz you don't see many guys do virtual backflips when getting iced. That's one for you LL, Toney how I choose to remember him.

Roy Jones KO Virgil Hill. Funnily enough I've never been that sold on Roy Jones he just didn't do it for me the way Toney and Hopkins did. I can appreciate his awesome skills though and he does possess 2 of the most spectacular knockouts I've ever seen. I almost went with the showier hands-behind-his-back KO of Kelly but that body shot against Hill is a thing of beauty and gets the nod, as you just don't see that many great body shot KO's.

Tyszu KO Judah. Judah's chicken dance, a Trevor Berbick moment for the new generation.

Ike Ibeabuchi KO Chris Byrd. Although Byrd brain actually finished the fight on his feet it is not often that you see the snot beaten out of a guy. Literally.

Edison Miranda KO David Banks. OK so a low low rent version of some of the names I've just mentioned but that makes it no less spectacular. The right hand Edison hit Banks with sounded like a rifle shot and it was pretty thrilling stuff watching Banks cold clocked and lying prone on the bottom rope.

Darnell Wilson KO Emmanuel Nwodo. Always had a soft spot in my heart for the Ding-A-Ling man. Greatest freakin nickname in the history of the sport. A great journeyman with a ton of heart this fight although sparse on skill was off the charts with action and I think may have been that year's FNF KO of the year.

Jorge Arce KO Hussein Hussein. The first time I'd seen Arce fight and guess what? I was a fan for life. One of the most brutal and best undercard fights I've ever seen, right up there with Azumah Nelson/Jeff Fenech 1. The shots that Arce finished him with were fierce but more than anything you can feel Arce's sheer willpower in this tremendous KO. Props to Hussein as well in this fight. Pretty much the blueprint for every Arce fight I've seen since.

Won't rank them but certainly 10 of the most memorable KO's I've seen.
Fitz
I'm posting my video again in here, haha. Yes, the video is old and I'm aware the sound track is cliche and has been used heaps, lol.

The Ollie Reed Fan Club
I forgot, an honourable mention for Randy Newman KO Norman 'Stoney' Stone. Stoney didn't see the shot coming and had to take the 10 count in the dressing room.
iKeNjiro
QUOTE (The Ollie Reed Fan Club @ Jun 27 2011, 05:21 PM) *
Lloyd be careful now, Big Ken and Boxing Lizard (thanks Beardo) have their own lil mutual admiration society going. Like a couple of new kids who started school on the same day these jokers are tight. Break one of their rules and other is gonna come over and sort you out laugh.gif

Now I'll show you my top ten. I don't know if they rank as 'best' but they are personal faves of mine. So here's my ten. Did you hear me say that Lloyd? TEN!!

Tua KO Ruiz. Anyone who doesn't have this in their top ten is nuts.

Tyson KO Berbick. Tyson was supposed to be the next big thing and what a way to announce your arrival on the big stage. Those last shots of Berbick staggering around like a drunken sailor launched Mike's career to the casual sports fan.

Pac KO Hatton. Seeing Ricky hit the canvas, lights out before he had even got there and sprawled out on the Rockstar logo was pure magic. The singing abruptly stopped at that point. Walking in a a Manny Wonderland.

Toney KO Prince Charles Williams. Between 160-175 pounds James Toney was truth serem and his highlights reel was pretty fucken cool. I've gone for the Willimas knockout if only coz you don't see many guys do virtual backflips when getting iced. That's one for you LL, Toney how I choose to remember him.

Roy Jones KO Virgil Hill. Funnily enough I've never been that sold on Roy Jones he just didn't do it for me the way Toney and Hopkins did. I can appreciate his awesome skills though and he does possess 2 of the most spectacular knockouts I've ever seen. I almost went with the showier hands-behind-his-back KO of Kelly but that body shot against Hill is a thing of beauty and gets the nod, as you just don't see that many great body shot KO's.

Tyszu KO Judah. Judah's chicken dance, a Trevor Berbick moment for the new generation.

Ike Ibeabuchi KO Chris Byrd. Although Byrd brain actually finished the fight on his feet it is not often that you see the snot beaten out of a guy. Literally.

Edison Miranda KO David Banks. OK so a low low rent version of some of the names I've just mentioned but that makes it no less spectacular. The right hand Edison hit Banks with sounded like a rifle shot and it was pretty thrilling stuff watching Banks cold clocked and lying prone on the bottom rope.

Darnell Wilson KO Emmanuel Nwodo. Always had a soft spot in my heart for the Ding-A-Ling man. Greatest freakin nickname in the history of the sport. A great journeyman with a ton of heart this fight although sparse on skill was off the charts with action and I think may have been that year's FNF KO of the year.

Jorge Arce KO Hussein Hussein. The first time I'd seen Arce fight and guess what? I was a fan for life. One of the most brutal and best undercard fights I've ever seen, right up there with Azumah Nelson/Jeff Fenech 1. The shots that Arce finished him with were fierce but more than anything you can feel Arce's sheer willpower in this tremendous KO. Props to Hussein as well in this fight. Pretty much the blueprint for every Arce fight I've seen since.

Won't rank them but certainly 10 of the most memorable KO's I've seen.



lol that was a good laugh, I have no clue when where you got that but it was cute none the less

Pacman's K.O of Hatton is one of my top 10 as well...it was brutal indeed
shit man forgot Roy Jones Jr. K.O'd (all of them) were brutal and I actually have the 1st Tarver KO on my top 10 because of the moment
Although Jones had no business fighting in that div. and should of retired after his fight in HW he came down for the challenge and struggle 1st time and second time around was ko'd nasty style (boy was I pissed lol) then every ko after that was just nasty
HaydelHammer
In no order. Some of my all time favorite KO's that when I saw them under the conditions of the fight..I was like damn...and reasons why.

1. Tyson vs Botha ko - One of my all time favorites. If you saw the fight live, you know this was a desperate Mike at the time. He was getting worked over then boom. Just the power of this shot. Ultimate bail out KO win here. Sit botha's ass DOWN.




2. Mercer vs Morrison destruction. Another fight if you saw live your jaw dropped. No way I'd thought Tommy would get annihilated like this. Mercer "The referee let it go a little too far, the guy could have been killed right there!"



3. Toney Vs Nunn. I was more of a Nunn fan back then. Both guys undefeated. Nunn ahead WIDE on all cards walking away with this fight. Toney just crushed him with the left at 2:34. I couldn't believe it.



4. Jones vs Hall. Prob the first time it really dawned on me that Jones is small for LHW. He looked like a midget vs Hall. Turns out this was one of his most brutal beatings he laid on an opponent in his career IMO. Paz was close. Fight finally gets stopped. @ 5:30



5. Ray Robinson vs Fullmer ....that left @ 18:50 ish mark




......To be continued

xxxxxx
QUOTE (Fitz @ Jun 27 2011, 04:00 AM) *
I'm posting my video again in here, haha. Yes, the video is old and I'm aware the sound track is cliche and has been used heaps, lol.




That video was the shit.
BoxingWizard23
QUOTE (xxxxxx @ Jun 27 2011, 04:27 PM) *
That video was the shit.

Classic video
Lil-lightsout
QUOTE (The Ollie Reed Fan Club @ Jun 27 2011, 04:21 AM) *
Toney KO Prince Charles Williams. Between 160-175 pounds James Toney was truth serem and his highlights reel was pretty fucken cool. I've gone for the Willimas knockout if only coz you don't see many guys do virtual backflips when getting iced. That's one for you LL, Toney how I choose to remember him.


Thank you Ollie. That was a sweet KO.

Since people name many good ones already, I will just name the best one that nobody has mentioned yet.

Razor Ruddock KO Michael Dokes!!!
Fitz
Great stuff
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