Who is the best pound per pound boxer?

Boxing Pound-for-Pound Rankings: Canelo, Crawford Remain Atop

  1. 1 – Saul “Canelo” Álvarez. Record: 57-1-2. Last Month: 1. Last Fight: TKO win Caleb Plant.
  2. 2 – Terence Crawford. Record: 38-0. Last Month: 2. Last Fight: TKO win Shawn Porter.
  3. 3 – Oleksandr Usyk. Record: 19-0. Last Month: 3.
  4. 4 – Naoya Inoue. Record: 22-0. Last Month: 4.

Who was the pound-for-pound king in 2008?

Manny Pacquiao
2: Manny Pacquiao [54-3-2] The Fighting Congressman of the Philippines was boxing’s pound-for-pound king for a long time. He won the title in 2008 with his demolishing win over a fading Oscar de la Hoya.

Is Manny Pacquiao pound-for-pound boxer?

In 2016, Pacquiao was ranked second on ESPN’s list of top boxers, pound-for-pound, of the past 25 years. BoxRec ranks Pacquiao as the third greatest boxer, pound for pound, of all time, as well as the greatest Asian boxer of all time.

What is the best pound-for-pound fighter mean?

Pound for pound is a ranking used in combat sports, such as boxing, wrestling, or mixed martial arts, of who the better fighters are relative to their weight, i.e. adjusted to compensate for weight class.

Is Manny Pacquiao a top 10 boxer of all time?

Manny Pacquiao ranks 9th in Ring Magazine’s top 100 boxers of all time. MANILA, Philippines—Manny Pacquiao has long been considered as one of the greatest boxers of all time after he captured 14 world titles in eight weight classes including three Ring Magazine championships.

What is a good pound-for-pound?

It is a rough measure of muscle mass. I often get asked by students, and have been asked by colleagues “what is a good Pound for Pound number?” We tell our athletes that for a woman, over 2.00 is good, and over 4.00 is excellent.

Who is the number 1 boxer in the world?

Heavyweight (201 lbs+)

Rank BoxRec The Ring
1 Tyson Fury Oleksandr Usyk
2 Oleksandr Usyk Anthony Joshua
3 Anthony Joshua Deontay Wilder
4 Deontay Wilder Joseph Parker