The boxing world has learned that 3 boxing greats decided to hang up the boxing gloves. ‘Dr. Steelhammer’ Wladimir Klitschko, Timothy ‘Desert Storm’ Bradley, and the great Juan Manuel Marquez all decided to hang the gloves up after giving the boxing world exciting boxing matches to remember.
Timothy Bradley gave the boxing world a thrilling fight against Ruslan Provodnikov back in March of 2013. Bradley was out on his feet in that fight, but showed some of the greatest carriage in boxing history as he stormed back after getting knocked down and fought fire with fire to beat Provodnikov by unanimous decision.
Wladimir Klitschko has so many memories he gave to the boxing world. But his very last fight on April 29, 2017 against Anthony Joshua was not only his most exciting fight, but that fight put the heavyweight division back on the map.
Klitschko got knocked down by Joshua, got back up and knocked Joshua down. Joshua was out on his feet, but rallied back to knock out the cagey veteran. It was a knockout lost for Klitschko, but he proved to the boxing world that he can still do it even in his forties.
The great Juan Manuel Marquez! What can you say, one of the great Mexican fighters of all-time. Like Bradley and Klitschko, Marquez gave the boxing world a lot of great fireworks, but the boxing world will always remember the night of December 8, 2012 when he landed the perfect right-hand shot on Manny Pacquiao.
That shot represented of a lot of relief that finally, the judges could not give another fight to Manny Pacquiao. Okay, Bradley, Klitschko, and Marquez all had great boxing careers. Klitschko was consistent, Marquez was a calculating counter-puncher, and Bradley only lost to one man in his professional boxing career.
With that said, Boxing World, which one of these fighters had the better boxing career. Check out Potshot Boxing’s (PSB) latest boxing poll and vote. Also, please feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of this post as to why you feel either Bradley, Klitschko, or Marquez had the better professional boxing career.
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