I was thinking today everybody compares resumes when they argue boxing but rarely do you see a list of the all time best resume.
When I say best resume I dont mean someone that is 49-0 is better than someone who is 56-5. I mean the guys who have faced the best fighters out there fight in and fight out. Also a guy who is 12-15 is acceptable for this. I am mainly looking for a fighter who has a good winning percentage but has also faced the best. Guys with losing records are welcomed though. List as many fighters as you want and put them in order (1-10) format if isnt to much of a pain.