Just in case you think its Muhammad Ali, think again. The greatest fighter of who ever lived was the man Ali freely admitted he looked up to and whose fighting style he imitated… Sugar Ray Robinson. Look at the man’s record. 175 wins (109 of them by knock out), 19 losses and 6 draws. He was a world welterweight champion and five-time middleweight champion. Most of his losses and draws occurred after he was well past his prime. And even then, he was still better than the average fighter. Sugar Ray could knock you dead, with either hand (left, right it didn’t matter). So many of his fights were won after had to recover from being knocked or being behind in points. Do you know what his solution was to being behind in points? He would step up is game and knock you the @#!*% out. :uhoh: Pound for pound, he is considered by most to be the greatest boxer that ever lived. Now, if anyone can come up with a better fighter, I want to hear it.