The greatest boxers in film history

Billy Hope – 'Southpaw' (2015) -
Jake Gyllenhaal portrays Billy Hope, the undisputed light-heavyweight boxing champion of the world, who hits rock bottom after his wife is killed.

Billy Hope – 'Southpaw' (2015) -
Hope tries to restart his life, get back to his former glory, and get custody of his daughter from Social Services.

Mickey O'Neil - 'Snatch' (2000) -
Mickey O'Neil (Brad Pitt) is an out there Irish Traveler who's known for his toughness.

Mickey O'Neil - 'Snatch' (2000) -
"One-Punch Mickey" has some impressive boxing skills, and he uses them in illegal underground fights.

Danny Flynn – 'The Boxer' (1997) -
Daniel Day-Lewis stars as Danny Flynn, a boxer who spent 14 years behind bars due to his involvement with the IRA.

Danny Flynn – 'The Boxer' (1997) -
Danny Flynn tries to rebuild his life again as he's released from prison and returns home to Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Rocky Balboa in the 'Rocky' franchise - Rocky Balboa is one of Sylvester Stallone's' most iconic roles. The movies follow the Italian Stallion's epic story from rags to riches.

Rocky Balboa in the 'Rocky' franchise - Once a working class man with a dream, Rocky became the most famous boxer in film history.

Adonis "Donnie" Creed – 'Creed' franchise - Michael B. Jordan's character, Adonis Creed, carries the name and legacy of his father, Apollo Creed.

Adonis "Donnie" Creed – 'Creed' franchise - He starts off under the coaching of Rocky Balboa, and becomes an established boxing champion.

"Honey" Roy Palmer – 'Diggstown' (1992) - Louis Gossett Jr. plays 48-year-old boxer "Honey" Roy Palmer.

"Honey" Roy Palmer – 'Diggstown' (1992) - Despite his age, Palmer's challenge is to knock out 10 boxers within 24 hours.

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