Champions of years gone by fighting that never did or those that did, fighting in what their perceived primes would have been, has always being a topic of interest to boxing fans.

Like pound for pound opinions only mythical and hypothetical of course.

Even still, something boxing fans enjoy discussing.

One that always gets fight fans talking over the years is what would have happened if former heavyweight champions Mike Tyson and Lennox Lewis fought in their primes.

In their very younger days, in which was closer to Tyson’s prime, Lewis said before that after a sparring a young Tyson he didn’t want any piece of him back then when they were teenagers.

The two fought as grown men long after that with Lewis winning inside the distance.

Former heavyweight champion George Foreman would have given Lewis the edge in anytime in their careers:

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