Most Powerful Hitter in Combat Sports ATPFP?

Who is the best hitter in the history of combat sports all time in your opinion? I started this as a poll, but quickly realized there were just too many options.

Give me your top ten, however you want to slice it. Here are some off the top of my head (I know I'll leave some all time classic hitters off, but help me out)

In no particular order

Boxers:

Jack Dempsey
George Foreman
Mike Tyson
Earnie Shavers
Ron Lyle
David Tua
Thomas Hearns
Stanley Ketchel
Sam Langford
Gerald McClellan
Julian Jackson
Rocky Marciano
Sam Langford
Butterbean

MMA

Igor Vovchachin
Mark Hunt
Shane Carwin
Fedor Emelianenko
Chuck Liddell
Alistar Overeem
Roy Nelson
Dos Santos
Dan Henderson
Jony Hendricks
Robbie Lawler
Cro Cop
Tank Abbot
BJ Penn
Gary Goodridge
Bas Rutten

Kickboxers

Raymon Dekkers
Ray Sefo
Jerome Lebanner
Any Hug
Peter Aerts
Badr Hari
Mighty Mo
Melvin Manhoef
Michael McDonald
Benny Urquidez

Butterbean is 400lb, he shouldn't be in a p4p list.

I don't know enough about the smaller boxers but Dan Hendo has got to be up there. Small guy who has KO'd guys, including heavyweights, who were specifically known for their chins.

Boxing:
Mike Tyson
MMA:
Dan Henderson
Kickboxing:
Going to get crap for this but...

























Bob Sapp Phone Post 3.0

Kindly - Boxing:
Mike Tyson
MMA:
Dan Henderson
Kickboxing:
Going to get crap for this but...

























Bob Sapp Phone Post 3.0


Hendo might be the hardest hitter in the 185-205 range. But now way he hits harder than Shane carwin or even JDS. 

^^^ Thread title: "all time pound for pound"

orcus - ^^^ Thread title: "all time pound for pound"

Yep, who packs the biggest wallop if they are all the same size?

buddie - 
orcus - ^^^ Thread title: "all time pound for pound"

Yep, who packs the biggest wallop if they are all the same size?


Ahh sorry. Missed that part. Then yeah you can make a strong case for Hendo. 

Julian the Hawk Jackason should be on the list Phone Post 3.0

where's daley Phone Post 3.0

He's on my list for sure.

Foreman, he won the heavyweight title in his 40s, that's a beast Phone Post 3.0