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Rankings of Boxing’s Best Pound-for-Pounds

The world of boxing is going through a great time, a time when we have great world champions in each of the divisions. In this 2021 fights have


The world of boxing is going through a great time, a time when we have great world champions in each of the divisions. In this 2021 fights have been witnessed that will be marked in the history of the sport and the rankings experts keep track of each of the boxers of the moment.

Here are the rankings of the best pounds for pounds of the moment, updated until the month of October.

According to The Ring magazine (last update: October 2, 2021)

Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez.

The Mexican Saúl ‘Canelo’is the current champion of the AMB, CMB and OMB super middleweight boxing. The professional record of ‘Canelo’ is 56 victories, 39 via knockout, one loss and two draws. It can boast of being 149 weeks on the list.

Oleksandr Usyk.

The Ukrainian boxer is world champion of the unified heavyweight titles of the AMB (Super), FIB and OMB. His mark is 19 fights, 19 wins, 13 by way of knockout. It’s been 163 weeks on the list.

Naoya Inoue.

The Japanese is a three-time world champion and currently a unified bantamweight champion. His record is 21 fights, 21 victories, 18 by way of knockout. It’s been 205 weeks on the list.

Terence Crawford.

The American is current world champion of the OMB welterweight. He boasts 37 fights, 37 wins and 28 by knockout. It’s been 326 weeks on the list.

Josh Taylor.

The currently undefeated Scottish boxer claims to be the undisputed super lightweight champion, winning all four titles from the major boxing organizations: CMB, AMB, OMB and FIB. It’s been 36 weeks on the list.

Errol Spence Jr.

He is the current champion of the FIB and from CMB at welterweight. His record is impressive because he features 27 fights, 27 wins, and 21 by knockout. It’s been 202 weeks on the list

Teófimo López.

The American boxer of Honduran descent is the current undisputed world lightweight champion. It’s been on the list for 39 weeks.

Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada.

The Mexican is the current WBC super flyweight world champion. His record is 45 fights, 42 wins, 28 by knockout and three losses. Been 117 weeks on the list

Vasiliy Lomachenko.

The Ukrainian was a featherweight champion of the OMB and world champion super feather OMB, was also world champion of the AMB, OMB, and CMB Lightweight. It’s been 268 weeks on the list.

Kazuto Ioka.

The Japanese is the current WBO super flyweight world champion. His record is 27 wins, 15 by knockout and two losses. It’s been 28 weeks on the list.

Transnational Boxing Rankings (last update: October 11, 2021)

Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez

Oleksandr Usyk

Naoya inoue

Terence crawford

Errol spence jr

Josh taylor

Tyson fury

Juan Francisco Estrada

Gennady Golovkin

Teofimo Lopez