Mine used to be Margo (pre-Mosley) becuse he can walk through punches and still do the stalk as he got stronger and stronger. He literally would run after his opponent. The kill was inevitable.
My past favorite Khaosai Galaxy. He was elected to the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1999. This classic “stalk, stun and kill” great remains a legend in Thai boxing and is the benchmark against which all other Thai fighters are measured. Aside from his loss to Sakda Saksuree (1-2 coming in) for the Thai Bantamweight Title in 1981, a defeat he quickly avenged by brutal KO, Galaxy never took part in what could be called a close fight.
Like a spider paralyzing its prey with a sting, he could stun an opponent with a single punch, setting him up for the end. When this happened, his fists and arms would be held high ready to cut loose. As he got close, Galaxy would impose his tremendous physique (and strength) and the frenzied crowd would be up and roaring. He became the very essence of a stalking predator closing off the ring, making contact, and quickly accomplishing the kill with a variety of power shots thrown with uncanny accuracy and evil intent. One he had you hurt, it was like being in the Serengeti National Park; the kill was coming.