Biographies of Famous Boxers

Welcome to the predictem famous boxers page! Here you’ll find biographies of many of the greatest boxers of all time which include but are not limited to their nicknames, where and when they were born, their professional records and a recap of what made each of them famous and worthy of being listed on the Predictem famous boxers page! Enjoy!

Muhammad Ali Biography – Born as Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr., many believe and few dispute that he is the greatest fighter of all time. He also holds claim to many of the most recognizable boxing quotes of all time such as “I’m the greatest”, “Float like a butterfly and sting like a bee” and “It’s hard to be humble when you’re as great as I am”.

Manny Pacquiao Biography – Scotty reviews the brilliant career of “Pac Man”, one of the best to ever step foot in the ring.

George Foreman Biography – Big George is surely one of the greatest storied boxers of all time. Scotty talks about his days as an olympian, the rumble in the jungle, his comeback and more.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. Biography – Regarded as the sport’s best boxer at time of print (July 2010), “Pretty Boy” Floyd (or “Money” to some) has been plowing through his opponents since 1996. He’s undefeated and may just end up staying that way.

Mike Tyson Biography – You won’t get many arguments against “Iron Mike” being one of the most tenacious boxers of all-time. He packed a bone-crushing punch and wreaked havoc on the boxing world as evidenced by his 50 win record in which 44 of those came via the knockout. While he’s had some up’s and down’s on a personal level, it’s undisputed that he was one of the most feared fighters in boxing history and will go down as one of the best ever to step into the ring.

Oscar De La Hoya Biography – Nicknamed “The Golden Boy”, De La Hoya had a dominant career while finishing with 39 wins against only 6 losses. During his run, he conquered 20 world champions while fighting in 6 different weight classes. While he doesn’t step into the ring anymore, he’s still a huge part of the sport running his “Golden Boy Promotions” company.