The speed of the hands is an attraction in the world of boxing but there are boxers who with practice or gift have left their mark on boxing. We ch
Who are the fastest boxers in history?
The speed of the hands is an attraction in the world of boxing but there are boxers who with practice or gift have left their mark on boxing. We chose the 5 fastest boxers of all time.
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The historic American boxer has a record of 50 fights, 50 wins, 27 by knockout, no losses and no draws. Floyd Mayweather is one of the most agile and fastest boxers, has a perfected defense technique, his counterattack made him one of the best boxers in history.
The heavyweight legend. Despite its large size, it attacked quickly and forcefully. Ali danced around her opponents and had one of the best fastest foot movements of all boxers in his category.
The boxer who will come out of retirement is one of the fastest active, together with the power of his punch and his tremendous speed, they make him very dangerous in the ring.
Pacquiao is ranked as the fastest left fighter in history. Manny is the only eight-division world champion in the history of the boxing and has won a total of 12 world titles.
Roy Jones Jr
He was unstoppable, had great reflexes and a speed that no other boxer possessed. Roy Jones jr took the display above the ring to another level and even went so far as to fight with his hands behind his back.
Jones jr retired with a record of 75 fights, 66 victories, 47 of them by knockout and 9 defeats. It also holds multiple world championships in four different categories.
Sugar Ray Leonard
He is considered one of the fastest boxers in history. Sugar it could explode in bursts, delivering multiple blows within seconds. Simply the fastest hands in the history of the sport.
Sugar Ray Leonard retired with a record of 40 fights, 36 victories, 25 of them by knockout, 3 losses and a draw.
The fastest boxer of all time won world titles in five different weight classes and two Olympic gold medals.