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10. Khaosai Galaxy

An all action super flyweight phenomenon with crushing power in either hand, Galaxy made 16 defences of the WBA title during a seven-year reign to cement his status as one of the fight games premiere little men.

While Khaosai was a decidedly aggressive fighter of the ‘perpetual motion’ variety he had a deceptively ‘cute’ defence and could manipulate an opponent on the inside or lay back from shots in the manner of a vintage Roberto Duran.

An inconsequential early career loss to an obscure namesake, Sark Galaxy, in 1981 saw him go undefeated for the next ten years before finishing with a log of 47-1.

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