The 2018 Boxing Hall of Fame left out some worthwhile fighters in the eyes of some – in a list that is always hard to decide on on fairness.
The prestigious list is always a bone of contention every year such is the calibre of the people usually on it, which inevitably, has to leave out some people.
2018’s class was voted on in the end as Vitali Klitschko, Erik Morales and Winky Wright. Three stellar world champions from the Ukraine, Mexico and United States respectively.
No one could argue with the above legendary careers but as always, fans think others were more befitting of a place in the ceremony next May in Florida.
Anyone that defended Gatti in the HOF can now officially kiss my arse after Hatton didn’t go in. They put in who suits them. If they’d used the same criteria they inducted Gatti with, Hatton goes in ahead of Winky
— El Guru (@BoxingAsylumTom) December 6, 2017
Sadly, Ivan Calderón was eligible at the same time as these 3 guys. He was as skillful as Winky or more perhaps, and more fun to watch.
— Toño (@CbAldePR) December 5, 2017
— Brett dexter (@Deggerz1) December 5, 2017
— James Moremon (@MoremonJ) December 5, 2017
Dan Rafael ??? never stepped in a ring or ever received a punch in the face deciding Boxing hall@of Fame #Comedy #Sad pitiful https://t.co/FqcQyF79eE
— ZENA5XBRANDS (@RteamZena) December 5, 2017
So Erik Morales & Winky Wright just about to get inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame but Arturo Gatti was already in it? https://t.co/D584OFl9XB
— Miguel (@UnkhanciousAmir) December 5, 2017
— Danny (@Borikua247) December 5, 2017
No Don Curry? Again?
— Paul Webb (@paulwebb) December 5, 2017
Wright over Hatton, Calderone, Curry, Vinny Paz!, Hernandez, ect?!
— joshuandrewr . (@joshua_andrewR) December 5, 2017