Seldom does it happen that two fighters are so evenly match that it takes not one but three fights to figure out who the best really is. When that happens fans are in for epic trilogies. We take a look at some of the best trilogies over the years. 

Muhammad Ali vs Joe Frazier 

The trilogy between Ali and Frazier is arguably the greatest in boxing history. Ali secured the win in the final fight to close out the series with a 2-1 win over his arch-rival. 

"Sugar" Ray Leonard vs Roberto Duran 

Welterweight greats Duran and Leonard put on a thrilling trilogy fight for welterweight supremacy. Ultimately it was Leonard who came out on top at the end of three fights. 

Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez 

The two men went head to head not once but four times. First fight ended in a draw, Pacquiao won the next two fights. Marquez had the final say in the matter with a stoppage win in fight number 4. 

Arutro Gatti vs Micky Ward 

Two of the three fights Ward and Gatti took part in were named fight of the year. Ultimately it was Gatti who won the trilogy 2-1 

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 

Wilder and Fury have put on two exciting bouts till now. The third installation of their fight will take place later this month and promises to be a cracker. 

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