It's not "bullocks" it's fact. When boxing is at its most popular is when the heavyweights are awesome. I'm not saying the lighter divisions are not great also because they are, but the facts speak for themselves.
1. 1970's- ali, foreman, frazier, norton, shavers, holmes, and more
2. 1930's- louis, schmeling, braddock, bear, carnera, and more
3. 80's and 90's- tyson, holyfield, lewis, bowe, foreman
These were banner times for the sport, what do we have now? klitchko's? They are jokes. Talented yes, but they have helped kill boxing. Champions fight the best out there! Did tyson run from anyone? No! Did ali run from anyone? No! They heavyweight division died when lennox lewis retired and boxing wont return to top form untill we have an umdisputed world heavyweight champion again. And let's also face the facts that mayweather, manny, froch, or whomever else are not all time greats. Sugar ray robinson, sugar ray leonard, marvin hagler, tommy hearns would have mopped the floor with all of them. And they didnt run from each other either. The current crop of fighters are more concerned with paydays, not being champion. Can boxing return? Yes I think it can, but a new badass has to come along to do it, like tyson did in the 80's. Get people excited about boxing again. Or one governing body body with one champion in fewer weight classes. Other wise one of my fav sports is going to die a painful death.