10 Greatest Upsets in Heavyweight History

By Boxing News on February 24, 2013
10 Greatest Upsets in Heavyweight History
Big George Foreman bounced Smokin' Joe Frazier like a basketball in Kingston, Jamaica.

There’s nothing like an upset to make one believe. All the questionable decisions that cast doubt on the sport are rendered meaningless when an upset occurs. And when the upset is during a contest between world-class heavyweights, the satisfaction is that much greater. This sampling covers some of the greatest upsets among heavyweights in history and includes Foreman-Frazier, Norton-Ali, Rahman-Lewis, Ali-Foreman, Louis-Schmeling, Clay-Liston, Braddock-Baer, and Tyson-Douglas…

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10 GREATEST UPSETS IN BOXING HISTORY (HEAVYWEIGHT EDITION)



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  1. EDM 02:01pm, 11/27/2013

    I really hate watching Smokin’ Joe get dropped like that. That little hop step he does, losing control of his motor functions, is brutal.

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