Ryan Walsh (Former British featherweight champion)
Arturo Gatti vs. Micky Ward. Their types and attitudes completely complemented one another and there was by no means a boring second. The ebb and movement, the blood and guts, these fights had all the pieces. They rightly gained “Battle of the 12 months” for it. Two warriors; three nice encounters.
Gary Logan (Coach)
Needs to be the Riddick Bowe and Evander Holyfield trilogy for me. Each struggle delivered no matter Bowe’s gradual deterioration, condition-wise, over the course of their rivalry. The primary struggle was a basic and arguably the most effective heavyweight struggle of my lifetime; the second struggle was a super-fight and had the notorious “Fan-Man”; and the third struggle noticed each males hit the ground and Bowe shut out the collection with a win.
Jordan Gill (Former European featherweight champion)
The instant reply could be Gatti vs. Ward, however I believe the (Marco Antonio) Barrera vs. (Erik) Morales trilogy trumps it. In that one there have been two elite Mexicans with real dislike for one another, energy in each arms and all-action types. It made for a trilogy for the ages. Additionally, Morales was certainly one of my favorite fighters ever.
Joe Gallagher (Coach)
There are such a lot of nice ones. Everybody goes on about Gatti vs. Ward, or Barrera vs. Morales, or Bowe vs. Holyfield, or (Muhammad) Ali vs. (Joe) Frazier, however there’s additionally Israel Vasquez and Rafael Marquez. I do know there have been 4 fights in that rivalry however their first three had been good. By way of the easiest, although, you’d most likely should say Ali vs. Frazier.