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It's kind of satisfactory to watch these one punch knockouts. Still, I prefer an old fashioned game that strains on the fighters' stamina, and has it's ups and downs when it comes to excitement. Still, some of those knockouts are really sick!

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TVNhVFNWtFc

 

Sugar Ray Leonard v Dave Boy Green?!! How/why not included here? Also generation bias here i.e. what about some of the hardest punchers ever e.g. Ernie Shavers, Julio Caesar Chevez, Gerrald McCellan. Credit where credit's due some superb selections given the impossibility.

Maybe because there are only 20 shown. Imagine how many others are also left out. One of the best, I ever saw was Saad Muhammad v Lotte Mwale.

Another was Mark Wills v Greg Page 2.

Danny Williams v Mark Potter was unreal.

Julian Jackson v any of his wins, Milton and Powell spring to mind.

Most of the KO's on this compilation are just average. I have seen far better, far more conclusive, more devastating, more exciting, like when someone scores a KO after being floored himself, or beaten up for round after round.

I really do not think J.C Chavez was one of the hardest punchers ever. He smashed people up, but the discussion is about one punch KO's, and that is not what he was known for.

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Maybe because there are only 20 shown. Imagine how many others are also left out. One of the best, I ever saw was Saad Muhammad v Lotte Mwale.

Another was Mark Wills v Greg Page 2.

Danny Williams v Mark Potter was unreal.

Julian Jackson v any of his wins, Milton and Powell spring to mind.

Most of the KO's on this compilation are just average. I have seen far better, far more conclusive, more devastating, more exciting, like when someone scores a KO after being floored himself, or beaten up for round after round.

I really do not think J.C Chavez was one of the hardest punchers ever. He smashed people up, but the discussion is about one punch KO's, and that is not what he was known for.

 

one punch man brought me here again :laugh:

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Recently came across this one-

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWCFefLKTAw

 

 

But it has become a God counter, hit the Park of the Temple of the gala free as it look good and the Park of the right hook put a left hook at the same time as the guard will Serve the left. Pak punch looks Ppoku counter because the left has come out as it is aimed at the after apparently right hook while falling. Kan

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One-punch knockouts do exist - about one fight out of every 10,000. It is the accumulation of punches that matters. None of these fights are one-punch knockouts.

 

A one punch KO matters a lot. Many times in history, a guy was losing, then turned it around with one punch.

Danny williams had only one arm when he fought Potter. All he could hope for was a one punch KO. He was never going to be able to take him out with a combo, and the ref may have stopped the fight soon.

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But it has become a God counter, hit the Park of the Temple of the gala free as it look good and the Park of the right hook put a left hook at the same time as the guard will Serve the left. Pak punch looks Ppoku counter because the left has come out as it is aimed at the after apparently right hook while falling. Kan

 

I take it you are using a net translator?

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--- Oddly' one shot on Sprott for ebu title with his other shoulder ripped up about as dramatic as it gets.

 

Can't beat Jess Willard leaping right hand that dropped JJOHNSON cold for over a minute after more than 20 rds of doing nothing of note but defense.

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--- Oddly' one shot on Sprott for ebu title with his other shoulder ripped up about as dramatic as it gets.

 

Can't beat Jess Willard leaping right hand that dropped JJOHNSON cold for over a minute after more than 20 rds of doing nothing of note but defense.

 

The famous KO whilst shoulder dislocated was against Mark Potter. He KO'd Sprott whilst Sprott was complaining about a low blow to the ref, Sprott then won the rematch on points.

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On 9 April 2010, Harrison won the vacant EBU belt against old foe Michael Sprott at Alexandra Palace. He knocked out Sprott in the final round despite being behind on all three judges scorecards. Harrison claimed he sustained a shoulder injury early in the fight and had to carry on single-handed. BBC Sport said of the fight: "Having come within seconds of a defeat that would have made a mockery of pre-fight assertions that he could face one of the Klitschko brothers for a world title, Harrison said: 'I had to win it somehow.'"[37]

After his victory over Sprott, Jeff Powell from the Daily Mail said "He showed bravery of such a high and unexpected order that he finally backed his claims to a world title".[38]

On 24 April 2010, Harrison underwent surgery in Cheadle, Greater Manchester to repair the torn Pectoralis major muscle. The surgeon said he expects Harrison to make a "full recovery in about 12 to 16 weeks".[39]

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What's one punch knockouts in boxing, I hate those, though it occur 1s in thousands of bout, I like traditional rounds of bout, when you enjoy some throws of punch, where your stamina is questioned, bloods on the face and a lively looser staring on.

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What's one punch knockouts in boxing, I hate those, though it occur 1s in thousands of bout, I like traditional rounds of bout, when you enjoy some throws of punch, where your stamina is questioned, bloods on the face and a lively looser staring on.

 

A good knockout can be pretty enjoyable though. Unless you're the one recieving it ;-)

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On 9 April 2010, Harrison won the vacant EBU belt against old foe Michael Sprott at Alexandra Palace. He knocked out Sprott in the final round despite being behind on all three judges scorecards. Harrison claimed he sustained a shoulder injury early in the fight and had to carry on single-handed. BBC Sport said of the fight: "Having come within seconds of a defeat that would have made a mockery of pre-fight assertions that he could face one of the Klitschko brothers for a world title, Harrison said: 'I had to win it somehow.'"[37]

After his victory over Sprott, Jeff Powell from the Daily Mail said "He showed bravery of such a high and unexpected order that he finally backed his claims to a world title".[38]

On 24 April 2010, Harrison underwent surgery in Cheadle, Greater Manchester to repair the torn Pectoralis major muscle. The surgeon said he expects Harrison to make a "full recovery in about 12 to 16 weeks".[39]

Ah we had a misunderstanding here. I had mentioned Danny Williams knocking out Potter whilst he had a very badly dislocated shoulder injury, and as you were commenting on what seemed like everything I posted, I thought you were still commenting on what I had posted. You did not mention the boxer, just the shoulder injury, and since Williams had fought Sprott twice, it was safe to presume this was what you were on about. Turns out you meant Harrison, so that explains it. No problem, and if an apology is required, you can have it.

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