The 2000 point club

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Fist of Legend
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The 2000 point club

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A thread dedicated to the mysterious performance ranking points system.

I've noticed over the years that the benchmark for greatness is 2000 points, all fighters who've reached this level had excellent seasons even though some may have not reached the hall of fame.

These Managers & fighters with their performances will be honored, but only those who have reached the milestone at the culmination of the season.

The 2000 club Members: (In chronological order) - (hall of famers in Green)

Welterweight season: (35 weeks)
Sugar Ray Robinson, 26-6-1, 2132.9 pts, managed by Armageto.
Sugar Ray Leonard (MDT), 24-9-1, 2062.7 pts, managed by Kevo.

Heavyweight season: (41 weeks)
Muhammad Ali (MDT), 33-7-1, 2284.4 pts, managed by Kevo.
Rocky Marciano, 33-7-1, 2182.7 pts, managed by BoxBuzz.
King Jack Dempsey, 29-8-4, 2125.9, managed by jBacca.

Light Heavyweight II season: (35 weeks)
King Tommy Gibbons, 28-6-3, 2167.3 pts, managed by BoxBuzz.
Sam Langford, 24-7-1 *incomplete*, 2049.4 pts, managed by P4P1.

Bantamweight season: (40 weeks)
King Eder Jofre, 30-5-5 16 KO's, 2237.4 pts, managed by BoxBully.

Lightweight season: (40 weeks)
King Roberto Duran, 29-5-6 15 KO's, 2307.1 pts, managed by Armageto.
Benny Leonard (MDT), 29-4-7 4KO's, 2197.3 pts, managed by DaveyMac.
Henry Armstrong, 30-7-3 21 KO's, 2193.2 pts, managed by Jpressier.
Floyd Mayweather Jr, 26-7-7 6 KO's, 2071.5 pts, managed by Fist of Legend.

Crossweight season: (40 weeks)
King Roy Jones Jr, 21-3-2 10 KO's *incomplete*, 2230.4 pts, managed by Kevo.
Evander Holyfield (MDT), 27-2-3 19 KO's *incomplete*, 2212.6, managed by BoxBully.
Joe Calzaghe, 29-8-3 6 KO's, 2033.8 pts, managed by Armageto.
Juan Carlos Gomez, unknown record, 2024.7, managed by Fist of legend.

Middleweight season: (40 weeks)
Marvin Hagler, 2143.8, managed by Crease.
Sugar Ray Robinson, 2094.7, managed by Armageto.
Mickey Walker, 2063.5, managed by Fist of legend.
King Harry Greb, 2060.2, managed by Gilgamesh.
Carlos Monzon, 2046.1, managed by Crease.
Bob Fitzsimmons, 2041.6, managed by Techno89.
Sugar Ray Leonard, 2001.8, managed by P4P1.
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ALL-TIME SCOREBOARD (based on fighter's final performance ranking points system)

1st - 2307.1 pts King Roberto Duran (Armageto)
2nd - 2284.4 pts Muhammad Ali (Kevo)
3rd - 2237.4 pts King Eder Jofre (BoxBully)
4th - 2230.4 pts King Roy Jones Jr (Kevo)
5th - 2212.6 pts Evander Holyfield (BoxBully)
6th - 2197.3 pts Benny Leonard (DaveyMac)
7th - 2193.2 pts Henry Armstrong (Jpressier)
8th - 2182.7 pts Rocky Marciano (BoxBuzz)
9th - 2167.3 pts King Tommy Gibbons (BoxBuzz)
10th - 2143.8 pts Marvin Hagler (Crease)

11th - 2132.9 pts Sugar Ray Robinson (Armageto)
12th - 2125.9 pts King Jack Dempsey (jBacca)
13th - 2094.7 pts Sugar Ray Robinson (Armageto)
14th - 2071.5 pts Floyd Mayweather Jr (Fist of legend)
15th - 2063.5 pts Mickey Walker ( Fist of legend)
16th - 2062.7 pts Sugar Ray Leonard (Kevo)
17th - 2060.2 pts Million Dollar King Harry Greb (Gilgamesh)
18th - 2049.4 pts Sam Langford (P4P1)
19th - 2046.1 pts Carlos Monzon (Crease)
20th - 2041.6 pts Bob Fitzsimmons (Techno89)

21st - 2033.8 pts Joe Calzaghe (Armageto)
22nd - 2024.7 pts Juan Carlos Gomez (Fist of legend)
23rd - 2001.8 pts Sugar Ray Leonard (P4P1)
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Re: The 2000 point club

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Notes:

Note 1. Only seasons after The Great Deletion will be included.

Note 2. This points system was not used in a few different seasons, as such there are a lot of very good & great fighters absent from the above list. (1st LHW, FW & P4P seasons are excluded)

Note 3. This scoreboard doesn't equate to "who was better than who" - as they fought in different seasons and against different opposition.
This is just something worth looking upon in awe and aspiring to climb to.

Note 4. Our 1st Middleweight season after TGD lasted only 20 weeks, hardly enough time for any fighter to accumulate anywhere near the milestone figure.

As any of the above Managers will tell you, breaking 2000 really is NOT going to be easy.
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Re: The 2000 point club

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The Middleweights are here, check them out.
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Re: The 2000 point club

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Crease wrote: 22 Mar 2018, 10:21 The Middleweights are here, check them out.
Ahem...I beg your pardon sir. That should be MILLION DOLLAR KING Harry Greb
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gilgamesh wrote: 22 Mar 2018, 14:00
Crease wrote: 22 Mar 2018, 10:21 The Middleweights are here, check them out.
Ahem...I beg your pardon sir. That should be MILLION DOLLAR KING Harry Greb
:bow:

Of course, ask his majesty for a royal pardon.
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What is this all about? Why do some boxers have records and others don't? How are these records compiled?
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