Bert Sugar's All-Time Greatest Fighters

I can hear Ali saying "How ya like me now?" The Greatest of All Time! #BroPin

Roy Jones, Jr.... Won 55 (KO 40)-Lost 8 Roy Jones, Jr. held a record 7 belts at the same time. He's also the only fighter to start out at junior middleweight, and move all the way up to heavyweight. He's the only boxer to win a Middleweight Championship of the world, and move up and also win a Heavyweight Championship of the world in 106 years. He is boxing history.

Joe Louis and Sugar Ray Robinson in their military attire. These are boxing legends.

Rocky Marciano The only world heavyweight boxing champion to retire undefeated, his 49 victories featured 43 knockouts and on the way he beat such great fighters as Joe Louis, Jersey Joe Walcott, Roland La Starza, and Ezzard Charles.

JOE LOUIS ... Won 66 Lost 3, 52 KO (66-3) Known as “The Brown Bomber”, Joe Louis was an American Icon. He was clearly a shining star head and shoulders above the rest in his time. He couldn’t lose. Joe Louis only had 1 legitimate loss against Germany’s Max Schmeling which he later avenged in a sensational and historical 1st round KO.

Joe Louis and Ali-Wow! Just wow!

Sugar Ray Robinson -Frequently cited as the greatest boxer of all time. In Robinson's last years, he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. He died in Los Angeles at the age of 67.

Joe Louis American professional boxer and World Heavy Weight champion termed as the # 1 Heavy Wieght of Alll Time. He won 25 successful title defenses. He was instrumental in breaking racial barriers due to his boxing in the 1920' and 1930's. His initial winning of the predominately white title of heavy weight championship rocked the world.

Rocky Marciano (born Rocco Francis Marchegiano; September 1, 1923 – August 31, 1969) was an American professional boxer and the World Heavyweight Champion from September 23, 1952, to April 27, 1956. Marciano is the only champion to hold the heavyweight title and go untied and undefeated throughout his career. Marciano defended his title six times.

Joe Louis, The Brown Bomber, Heavyweight World Champion from 1937 to 1949

Joe Frazier, George Foreman and Muhammad Ali. Champions forever.

Joe "Smokin' Joe" Frazier (1944 - 2011) Hall of Fame Professional Boxer. Olympic Gold Medalist. World Heavyweight Champion (1970 until 1973). Regarded by may as being one of the greatest fighters of his era, he is famed for his epic bouts against Muhammad Ali, notably the contest referred to as the "Thrilla in Manila".

Mike Tyson & Muhammad Ali. Both considered 'the baddest man on the planet' at times in their life.

Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. Two of the greatest to ever put the gloves on!!

Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali (1974)

Rocky Marciano the best fighter ever lived...Joey loved boxing and had a mean punch so i'm told

Smokin' Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali