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EnglishWhat is the strongest punch ever delivered in boxing history?

Looking for the most devestating blow that literally dropped the opponent out cold.

KonstantinosKostoulas 4 days ago
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LeoHolley 4 days ago
Joe lewis the punch heard around the world
Peter105 4 days ago
Ernie Shavers (punching power 1900 psi)
Godswill Ezeike 4 days ago
Earnie Shavers
By the early 1980s, Earnie Shavers' punching power was so legendary that he was able to parlay it into a part-time gig in professional wrestling, serving as a guest referee and ringside enforcer. Not only were 68 of Shavers' 74 victories by stoppage, but also, 33 of them came in the first two rounds.

Shavers' mystique is enhanced from having competed in the division's golden age. Like Tua, certain flaws in his game prevented him from reaching championship status, yet his power made him a threat to nearly anybody who got in the ring with him.

Both Muhammad Ali and Ron Lyle have repeatedly credited Shavers as the hardest puncher they ever faced, even ahead of Foreman. Like many hard-punching heavyweights from the past, he retains a definite cult appeal among fans to this day.

Source:https://www.google.com/amp/s/syndication.bleacherreport.com/amp/1688234-ranking-the-10-most-powerful-punchers-in-boxing-history.amp.html
kimo2 4 days ago
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_deaths_due_to_injuries_sustained_in_boxing
Thomas Tobi 4 days ago
The guy who had tatoo is going to beat the other guy . I think the other guy is not prepared for the punch coming from the tattoo guy
Marshal Tjay 3 days ago
Julian Jackson
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEc1ZIt2C7I
Alexander Kangwa 3 days ago
Shavers is wildly regarded as the hardest puncher in the history of the sport and for good reason, despite lack of high-definition video or film in his day, Shavers is directly responsibly for the early retirements of Ron Asher, Frank Smith, Bunky Akins, Bill McMurray, Harold Carter, Eddie Parotte and Larry Sims, all of whom he knocked out and never fought again.

Muhammad Ali, Larry Holmes, and Ron Lyle all stated that Shavers was the hardest puncher to hit them and placed his power over the likes of Tyson and Foreman.

Shavers allegedly auditioned for Rocky III for the role of Clubber Lang, which played by Mr. T in the final verision of the film. Shavers sparred with Sly Stallone, and despite pulling his punches, the movie star Stallone told him to open up. Shavers obliged him and dropped him with a body shot. Shavers didn’t get the part of Clubber Lang.

Shavers biggest wins are a knockout of Ken Norton in a single-round in 1979 and former WBA heavyweight world champion Jimmy Ellis in the first round in 1973.
Zeus 3 days ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFpYU43QU4c&ab_channel=BLTVExtra
Umut 3 days ago
Ernie Shavers.
There are other athletes with record-breaking punching power. The strongest blow in the history of the existence of a sport like boxing is considered to be the blow of Ernie Shavers. Its impact rating is about 1900 psi.
Diana Ma 3 days ago
Earnie Shavers' punching power was so legendary that he was able to parlay it into a part-time gig in professional wrestling, serving as a guest referee and ringside enforcer. Not only were 68 of Shavers' 74 victories by stoppage, but also, 33 of them came in the first two rounds. Shavers' mystique is enhanced from having competed in the division's golden age. Like Tua, certain flaws in his game prevented him from reaching championship status, yet his power made him a threat to nearly anybody who got in the ring with him. Both Muhammad Ali and Ron Lyle have repeatedly credited Shavers as the hardest puncher they ever faced, even ahead of Foreman. Like many hard-punching heavyweights from the past, he retains a definite cult appeal among fans to this day.
Ale 2 days ago
The most devastating blow ever was on the fight between Max Baer and Frankie Campbell. It literally loose Frankie Campbell’s brain of his head.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Baer_(boxer)
Manmeet Singh 2 days ago
Earnie Shavers
Ricky 2 days ago
Ernie shavers
LYNETTE THOMAS 2 days ago
1: Earnie Shavers
10 of 10

By the early 1980s, Earnie Shavers' punching power was so legendary that he was able to parlay it into a part-time gig in professional wrestling, serving as a guest referee and ringside enforcer. Not only were 68 of Shavers' 74 victories by stoppage, but also, 33 of them came in the first two rounds.

Shavers' mystique is enhanced from having competed in the division's golden age. Like Tua, certain flaws in his game prevented him from reaching championship status, yet his power made him a threat to nearly anybody who got in the ring with him.

Both Muhammad Ali and Ron Lyle have repeatedly credited Shavers as the hardest puncher they ever faced, even ahead of Foreman. Like many hard-punching heavyweights from the past, he retains a definite cult appeal among fans to this day.
https://bleacherreport.com/articles/1688234-ranking-the-10-most-powerful-punchers-in-boxing-history
Emre 2 days ago
Ernie shavers
Yordey diaz hidalgo 1 day ago
El poder de pegada que Deontay Wilder demostró para noquear a Luis Ortíz de un solo golpe
mervis04 1 day ago
La pegada de Deontay Wilder es la más fuerte de la historia.o. “La mano derecha de Wilder, ese golpe con el que derribó a Ortíz para la cuenta de 10, es por mucho, el arma más destructiva que hay en el boxeo
Summerville989 8 hours ago
Julian “The Hawk”Jackson was known to be one of the most powerful boxers in history.
Suavi Görkem SAVCI 7 hours ago
Teddy Atlas sees Deontay Wilder as the strongest puncher in heavyweight history.

Although Atlas once trained Mike Tyson, it would be Wilder if the famous trainer would pick a boxer to deal the most damage with a single punch.

“For one punch, just one punch, I'm telling you, Wilder, the strongest boxer in sports history,” Atlas told BoxingScene. “Among the strongest boxers, Earnie Shavers, Max Baer, ​​Joe Louis, Mike Tyson can hurt left and right. But for just one punch I would definitely choose Wilder ”
Hence, and because Tyson Fury (29-0-1, 20 knockouts) did him evil by meeting two lesser known boxers in 2019, he thinks Wilder will knock out Fury in the match at MGM on February 22.

“I'm really good at my predictions and I can tell you that this could happen in the first two or three rounds,” he said. Atlas where ESPN is scheduled to appear on the SportsCenter. “Anything can happen. I can see that the knockout can happen later (for Wilder). But yes technically it feels like it's lost and derelict, but it has one punch to compensate. "

Atlas confirmed that he met in New York to hold talks about hiring Ruiz.

Atlas is waiting to be called back from the Ruiz camp to prepare his plans,

“The first step to really entertain us while doing something is meeting,” said Atlas. “This means coming to New York. So much. I'm not saying yes just to say yes. It should be a process or at least it should be for me. Not important. I think this is the right way for me and them. "

“His fists could be shorter and better, and his style or approach more consistent,” he said of Atlas Ruiz. "If he's going to be aggressive, I can teach him how to be aggressive more consistently, efficiently, and effectively."
Bong Bong Balboa 4 hours ago
manny pacquiao knock out punch to ricky hatton