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1. ANDRE WARD

RECORD: 32-0, 16 KOs
DIVISION: Light heavyweight (unified titleholder)
LAST FIGHT: W (TKO8) Sergey Kovalev, June 17, 2017
NEXT FIGHT: TBA

2. GENNADY GOLOVKIN

RECORD: 37-0, 33 KOs
DIVISION: Middleweight (unified champion)
LAST FIGHT: W (UD12) Daniel Jacobs, March 18
NEXT FIGHT: Canelo Alvarez, Sept. 16

3. VASYL LOMACHENKO

RECORD: 8-1, 6 KOs
DIVISION: Junior lightweight (titlist)
LAST FIGHT: W (TKO9) Jason Sosa, April 8
NEXT FIGHT: Miguel Marriaga, Aug. 5

4. ROMAN GONZALEZ

RECORD: 46-1, 38 KOs
DIVISION: Junior bantamweight
LAST FIGHT: L (MD12) Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, March 18
NEXT FIGHT: Srisaket Sor Rungvisai, Sept. 9

5. CANELO ALVAREZ

RECORD: 49-1-1, 34 KOs
DIVISION: Middleweight
LAST FIGHT: W (UD12) Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., May 6
NEXT FIGHT: Gennady Golovkin, Sept. 16

6. TERENCE CRAWFORD

RECORD: 30-0, 21 KOs
DIVISION: Junior welterweight (unified champion)
LAST FIGHT: W (TKO10) Felix Diaz, May 20
NEXT FIGHT: Julius Indongo, Aug. 19

7. KEITH THURMAN

RECORD: 28-0, 22 KOs
DIVISION: Welterweight (unified titlist)
LAST FIGHT: W (SD12) Danny Garcia, March 4
NEXT FIGHT: TBA

8. SERGEY KOVALEV

RECORD: 30-2-1, 26 KOs
DIVISION: Light heavyweight
LAST FIGHT: L (TKO8) Andre Ward, June 17
NEXT FIGHT: TBA

9. MANNY PACQUIAO

RECORD: 59-6-2, 38 KOs
DIVISION: Welterweight
LAST FIGHT: L (UD12) Jeff Horn, July 1
NEXT FIGHT: TBA

10. GUILLERMO RIGONDEAUX

RECORD: 17-0, 11 KOs
DIVISION: Junior featherweight (titlist)
LAST FIGHT: No decision, Moises Flores, June 17
NEXT FIGHT: TBA

THE PANEL: Dan Rafael, Teddy Atlas, Joe Cortez, Bernardo Pilatti, Eric Raskin, Nick Parkinson, Claudia Trejos, Carlos Narvaez, Nigel Collins and Salvador Rodriguez.

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mexfighter

choco/loma #1-2  can't decide which one is better

crawford #3

rigo #4

 

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mexfighter

by the way, that list is shit....at this point, mikey is better than freckles and pacquiao.

andre ward is overrated.

 

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Mofo2

Oh ffs let up on Ward he has more than proved his quality!

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Mofo2

I agree Crawford should be higher though, incredibly good fighter that lad!

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JoshB

Choco can't be #1 or #2 since losing to that random asian guy. Loma hasn't done enough to be #1. 

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mexfighter

choco started at 105...he fought that "random asian guy" four weight classes above his own and should have won on the score cards.   thats the same random guy who fought cuadras well.

choco a lb 4 lb fighter.

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JoshB

Four weight classes? He moved up 10 freaking pounds for crying out loud!

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mexfighter

that's exactly the comment I expected.

you should be proud of yourself.

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JoshB

10 pounds is 1 UFC division.

Shit Broner moved up from 135 to 147 in one fight & won a title. It didn't take him years & years like Choco he did it in 1 freaking fight. And that's just Broner.

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mexfighter

well then, it must be easy to do it in reverse, too.  let a 115 go down to 105.

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Neil_

gonzalez clearly won his last fight and i fully expect him to give this dude a beatdown in september. 

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mexfighter

no, he lost to a random asian guy who only weighs 10 more than he does.

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JoshB

I'm glad I never got on the Choco P4P#1 bandwagon. Imo a slugger can never be p4p#1, that is a spot reserved for pure boxers. I think Mex & Rican overated him cause they were enamored with having a latino guy being seen as the best in the sport.

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mexfighter

so now he's a slugger?  

 

sigh........

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Mofo2

He has a point though and although I dont agree out and out slugger, p4p number 1 is stretching it!

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mexfighter

He was p4p around a year ago.

why would i care if he's latino?  i don't like ricans, i don't like nicaraguans, i don't like salvadorans, i don't like argentines, i don't like....

he's nicaraguan. 

 

 

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blackrican23

Wow dumbest thread i read in a while but hey when joshyb is invovled just a matter of time till you read something dumber

interesting my favorite top 2 fighters all time aint even latino  but yet i would be enamored by one being p4p number one

somebody stuff a sock in joshys vagina 

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blackrican23
1 hour ago, mexfighter said:

He was p4p around a year ago.

why would i care if he's latino?  i don't like ricans, i don't like nicaraguans, i don't like salvadorans, i don't like argentines, i don't like....

he's nicaraguan. 

 

 

C mon mex joshy was up late thinking long and hard about your bias dont tear his great mind down so effortlessly 

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JoshB

Ok I was definetly reaching about the Latino thing but I do think people were a little to quick to call him the p4p best in boxing. He's a great little pressure fighter though.

& yeah 4 seperate divisions within a 10 pound weight range is an absolute joke. Ufc weight classes overall make much more sense than Boxings outdated ones.

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blackrican23

people like you have no idea what p4p even entails no reason to even discuss with the clueless

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mexfighter

see, the problem is that we're talking boxing, not ufc.   I couldn't give a rats ass if there is 59 lbs between division in ufc.

I'm talking boxing and its divisions.  you think a rugby players care if its 100 yards for a touchdown in football?

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mexfighter

my top two all time fighters:

 

sugar ray leonard/Salvador sanchez

 

still can't decide which one I like more.  one isn't a latino, the other had an afro which makes him half/black.

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JoshB
11 minutes ago, mexfighter said:

see, the problem is that we're talking boxing, not ufc.   I couldn't give a rats ass if there is 59 lbs between division in ufc.

I'm talking boxing and its divisions.  you think a rugby players care if its 100 yards for a touchdown in football?

Dude we're talking about weight here. Splitting 10 pounds into 4 freaking divisions is ridiculous & anyone with common sense would agree. There is no way to defend it. The excessive divisions & belts hurts boxing.

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blackrican23

boxings weight classes are just fine and in the divisions that casuals like nate care about its usually 6-8,

true ignorance is the inability to understand how much more difficult it is for those little guys to move up even one weight class let alone 4 . anybody like nate who watches chocolatito because max kellermen recommended him, now can tell you about how good he is after 2 fights in his 4th class  If you think this roman is the same from 108 then your hopeless but then again ..... remember duran is an over rated fighter because he lost to benitez at 154 , signed guess who 

whats the problem with the little guys again? mma doesnt have time for them?

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