Five of the fights were fairly predictable, insofar as I have seen them discussed often: Jackson KO Sullivan; Wills KO Dempsey (if they met early in Dempsey's reign); Folley KO Patterson; Holmes PTs Foreman; Lewis KO Bowe.
Three were, to me at least, not that interesting: Tunney PTS Sharkey; Schmeling PTS Braddock; Marciano KO Valdes.
Two of the 'fights', however, really piqued my interest:
Langford-Burns - they saw an easy win for Sam, which I would agree with, but they then imagined that Langford, while a less controversial figure than Johnson, would have followed a similar strategy in defending his title by avoiding other black fighters. Would others agree? Or does Sam give Johnson, McBey, Jeanette, Wills, a chance?
Dempsey-Greb - I've never seen this discussed at any length before and wondered how close if at all it came to being made? They picked Greb to win early in Dempsey's reign, but imagined Greb's physical deterioration (?!) would have made Dempsey the favourite later in his reign. Any thoughts?