Found March 06, 2012 on Boxing Watchers:
Yeah, so this list is a few days delinquent. I'd like to say it was because I was so dazzled by the action in the Wladimir Klitschko-Jean-Marc Mormeck fight this weekend that I couldn't get around to compiling the power rankings. However, seeing as George Washington's birthday was just a few weeks ago and part of his myth is the thing about not telling a lie, I can't say that's the truth. Unless by action you mean Mormeck's face and its ability to catch flush right hands from Klitschko, in which case there was a lot of action.The Brothers Klitschko are still high on this list, and from what I've seen out of the heavyweight challengers of the world over the past few years, they are likely to remain in our top ten until they retire. Remember though, that this is our own home-brewed way of determining which boxers have had the most impressive outings over the last three years, and not a pound-for-pound list - though the Klitschkos surely belong somewhere on ...
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