Dream Boxing Matches Who Wins, and how?
Aaron Pryor vs Manny Pacquiao, at 140
Prince Naseem Hamed vs Edwin Valero, at 135
Guillermo Rigondeaux vs Vasyl Lomachenko, at 126
Erislandy Lara vs Canelo Alvarez, at 154
- DaveLv 66 years agoFavorite Answer
I thought you meant pick your own dream matches, so I've picked mine.
Prince Naseem vs Floyd Mayweather 1998, 128 catchweight
Nas would have been at his absolute prime. He'd still be with Brendan Ingle, being promoted by Frank Warren, and his ego wouldn't be completely out of control yet. Nas would be more experienced, quicker and more powerful than Mayweather. Floyd would be the bigger guy and has a much better defence but I'd pick Nas to win.
Nigel Benn vs James Toney 168
I'd just love to see the overrated Toney come unstuck against Benn like he did against Dave Tiberi. Toney didn't do well against dogged fighters who never let him settle, and Nigel Benn was very good at fighting this way. Toney has a very good chin though so I'd pick Benn by UD
Roman Gonzalez vs Kazuto Ioka, at Flyweight
Ioka will eventually step up to flyweight and once he's had a couple of fights there then a super fight between him and Gonzalez should take place. I think it would be a great fight. Ikoa is aggressive with his shots but also has massive amounts of skill. He also boxes very well of the back foot, and he executes his shots superbly. Gonzalez is also a very good technical boxer, but even more of a brilliant pressure fighter, with a great chin and power. If he can keep Ioka on the back foot he will wear him down like he did to Estrada and win the fight down the stretch.
Quigg vs Frampton
I've picked this fight because its been talked about for a while now and there has been a lot of words back and forth between the two of them. Also, a lot of people seem to view this as a "pick em" fight. Frampton has a good chin, good power and moves around the ring well. He can come forward or fight off the back foot. Quigg has equally good power and is maybe slightly quicker hand, and is a bit stronger. However his chin is not as good and he doesn't move around the ring as well as Frampton. I think both will get hit, both will have spells where they are on top, but I think Frampton can take a punch better than Quigg can and I'd pick him to stop Quigg late on.
As for your matches:
- LeoLv 76 years ago
Pacquiao beats Pryor.
Fake Prince beats Valero
- bundiniLv 76 years ago