Top 10 Unbeatable Pound-to-pound boxers, 2021

Top 10 Unbeatable Pound-to-pound boxers, 2021

The discussion about who is the best boxer in the world is always a lively one among boxing enthusiasts. The final decision on the best boxers is based on several factors. Some people rank the best boxers based on their appearance, while others rank them solely on their performance. However, other factors are taken into account when determining this rating. They are as follows:

  • Results: The official result is the most accurate indicator of a boxer's abilities.
  • Performance: The fighter's performance is measured by how well he or she wins or loses a fight.
  • Fighting History: It's also crucial to consider who a fighter has beaten and what titles they have won.
  • Fighting Activity: This metric shows how often a boxer fights against top-ranked opponents.

 10. Josh Taylor

17-0, 13 knockouts

Josh has dominated the super-lightweight division of the World Boxing Super Series. He holds the WBA and IBF titles. He has also defeated two world champions, Ivan Baranchyk and Regis Prograis. He is now in possession of the Ring Magazine Belt.

9. Juan Estrada

41-3, 28 knockouts

Juan Estrada has a long and illustrious career. At super-flyweight and flyweight, he is a two-division world champion. By defeating Srisaket Sor Rungvisai in a rematch, he climbed into the top ten rankings.

8. Tyson Fury

30 -0-1, 21 knockouts

Tyson is best known for knocking out Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. His life and profession, however, spun out of control after this great feat. Fortunately, being the fighter that he is, he was able to turn the situation around. He re-established himself as the finest heavyweight in the world by knocking out Deontay Wilder in his comeback fight. Bettors on Betway would wager without hesitation on him defeating his opponents.

7. Errol Spence

27-0 with 21 knockouts.

The WBC and IBF welterweight titles are held by Errol Spence. After defeating Kell Brook to capture the championship in 2017, he went on to build an impressive record. Lamont Peterson, Mikey Garcia, Danny Garcia, and Shawn Porter are just a few of the famous opponents he's faced and defeated.

6. Vasyl Lomachenko

14-2, 10 knockouts

Vasyl finished his amateur career with a 396-1 record. The Olympic gold champion went directly into elite match-ups after turning pro. He is a three-weight champion who has defeated legends such as Jorge Linares, Nicholas Walters, Russell Jr., and Guillermo Rigondeaux. Teofimo Lopez was able to dethrone him.

5. Teofimo Lopez

16-0, 12 knockouts

Lopez secured a position in this elite ranking after defeating Vasyl Lomanchenko. Richard Commey was knocked out in two rounds by the young American fighter, who won the IBF lightweight title. He is the current WBA, WBO, and WBC franchise champion.

4. Oleksandr Usyk

18-0, 13 knockouts

After sweeping his classification in 16 fights, Oleksandr became the undisputed cruiserweight champion. On their home turf, the Ukrainian fighter defeated his most fearsome opponents. He defeated Murat Gassiev in Russia, Mairis Briedis in Latvia, and Tony Bellow in the United Kingdom throughout his travels. He now intends to repeat his success at heavyweight.

3. Noya Inoue

20-0, 17 knockouts

Noya is the three-weight world champion of Japan. He's already fought in the light-flyweight and super-flyweight divisions. He is the current bantamweight champion. In the 2019 “Fight of the Year,” he defeated Nonito Donaire to win the World Boxing Super Series competition.

2. Terence Crawford

37-0, 28 knockouts

In three weight divisions, the American has won world titles. On his journey up, he made a name for himself as the uncontested super-lightweight champion. His success has made him a betting favorite at Betway. He hasn't, however, faced any elite opposition. The manner in which he wins his fights has propelled him to the top of this list. If he wants to be king, the welterweight champion must unite with other welterweights.

1. Canelo Alvarez

55-1-2, 36 knockouts

Callum Smith, Gennady Golovkin, Daniel Jacobs, Shane Mosley, Erislandy Lara, Austin Trout, and Miguel Cotto are among Canelo's outstanding list of victories. While several of his victories have been tainted by controversy, his decisive KO of Sergey Kovalev at lightweight is enough to solidify him as the best boxer in the world right now.



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