Publish Date: 08/25/2022
Fact checked by: Mark Lewis
Prince Charles Martin’s pathetic defense of his “heavyweight” title had to rank right up there with Bruce Seldon’s quitting in defense of his title against Mike Tyson. I started thinking about just how bad Martin was? I just wrote a top ten champions in heavyweight history article, why not write a top nine worst heavyweight champions in history? I will not include guys like Seldon or Martin; I only include real heavyweight champions, so the following is my list of the ten worst champions in heavyweight boxing history. Some big fights are on the horizon and if you want to know the best sportsbooks to bet the fights out, we got you covered!
–Beat some good fighters, but had a poor chin and questionable stamina.
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Beat a prime Tyson, but that’s it. He lacked the motivation to be a great champion.
He did beat a prime Jack Johnson but overall was not very successful.
Was an excellent light heavy. He had his one moment in the sun by beating Max Baer.
Had one great fight against an old Jack Johnson, but was slow and plodding. If you want to bet on the fights check out our Grueling Truth top sports betting sites!
He won an Olympic Gold Medal and upset Muhammad Ali, but after the Ali win it was all downhill.
Had some decent skills but a china chin, and a lot of his fights were questionable, because of the men who ran his career.
Was KO’d by Primo Carnera. A loss to Carnera would make you number one even if it were fixed.