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Boxing: United States and Mexico continue to dominate world boxing

USA owns the most important quarry in world boxing. The American country is the most powerful in the world in many things and also in boxing. Of


USA owns the most important quarry in world . The American country is the most powerful in the world in many things and also in boxing. Of the 68 current world champions, of seventeen pesos by the four boxing organizations (WBC-WBA-IBF-WBO), the fourth part is taken over by the complete North American pgiles.

There are 17 current champions, highlighting the three titles that the superwlter champion has Jermell charlo and the lightweight champion Tefimo Lopez, plus the two you have Errol spence in wlter weight.

The second most important country is Mexico, with ten belts, highlighting the four titles in the super middleweight of Salt “Canelo” lvarez and the two of the super fly from Juan Francisco “El Gallo” Estrada.

The third countries with the most titles are the United Kingdom and Japan, both with seven, being the four of the superlight for Josh taylor, and two of the bantamweight for Naoya inoue.

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Then they will be Ukraine and Philippines with four titles, three of them heavyweight for the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk.

Russia has three with two of Artur Beterbiev at light heavyweight, while Uzbekistan, Puerto Rico and Thailand They have two titles, with a multi-champion the Uzbek team, Murodjon Akhmadaliev, who has two of the four super bantamweight titles.

Nine countries have only one champion, including Spain with Kiko martnez at IBF featherweight, while one of the titles is vacant pending a winner.

As for continents, America has almost half of the titles with 33, followed by Europe with 17 and Asia with 16. Africa only has one, although it could be two if the South African Azinga Fuzile beat the japanese Kenichi Ogawa this weekend in contention for the aforementioned vacant IBF super featherweight title.

The hegemony of the classic boxing countries continues.

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