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21 JULY 2017

 

The biggest grossing boxing fight to current date is the Oscar De La Hoya v Floyd Mayweather Jr fight at MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on May 5, 2007. The fight sold out resulting in ticket sales grossing $18,419,200.00, and thousands to the casino homeland of Vegas.



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01.Gennady Golovkin 37-0-(33)

01.Gennady Golovkin 37-0-(33)

Gennady Golovkin proved he is the world middleweight No.1 after out-pointing Daniel Jacobs over 12 rounds in New York in March. 01.Gennady Golovkin 37-0-(33)
02. Andre Ward 32-0-(16)

02. Andre Ward 32-0-(16)

After defeating Sergey Kovalev controversially for the second time to regain the WBA,IBF and WBO titles Andre Ward sees himself retain his No.2 rating in our p4p list. Quite where Ward goes from here is not clear but don’t be surprised if a third fight with Kovalev happens next. 02. Andre Ward 32-0-(16)
03. Vasyl Lomachenko 8-1-(6)

03. Vasyl Lomachenko 8-1-(6)

Vasyl Lomachenko is arguably the greatest amatuer boxer in history and with a record of 396 wins against 1 defeat who could argue? 03. Vasyl Lomachenko 8-1-(6)
04. Roman Gonzalez 46-1-(38)

04. Roman Gonzalez 46-1-(38)

Losing his unbeaten record and world title to Wisaksil Wangek via majority decision over 12 very close rounds in March, 2017 means Gonzalez has dropped down the p4p rankings but he is still a very dangerous and highly skilled operator. 04. Roman Gonzalez 46-1-(38)
05. Terence Crawford 31-0-0 (22)

05. Terence Crawford 31-0-0 (22)

Terence Crawford is now 31-0-(22), and surely now deserves to be involved in a high profile fight. The Nebraska based fighter has defended his WBO junior welterweight title four times so it is now only a matter of time before he is involved in a unification battle 05. Terence Crawford 31-0-0 (22)
06. Sergey Kovalev 30-2-1-(26)

06. Sergey Kovalev 30-2-1-(26)

Kovalev may have lost his last two fights but they were both to No.2 ranked p4p Andre Ward and they were both controversial. 06. Sergey Kovalev 30-2-1-(26)
07. Guillermo Rigondeaux 17-0(11)

07. Guillermo Rigondeaux 17-0(11)

At the age of 36 and with just 17 pro fights to his name Guillermo Rigondeaux has no time to waste. 07. Guillermo Rigondeaux 17-0(11)
08. Saul Alvarez 49-1-1-(34)

08. Saul Alvarez 49-1-1-(34)

Although Saul Alvarez is still only 26 years old he has been a professional for 11 years and amassed a very respectable 49-1-1 record and is a two weight champion. 08. Saul Alvarez 49-1-1-(34)
09. Shinsuke Yamanaka 27-0-2-(19)

09. Shinsuke Yamanaka 27-0-2-(19)

Shinsuke Yamanaka has quietly gone about his business over the last few years but since becoming the WBC bantamweight champion in 2011 he has defended it 12 times and looks every inch as though he could become one of the all time great Japanese boxers. 09. Shinsuke Yamanaka 27-0-2-(19)
10. Naoya Inoue 13-0-(11)

10. Naoya Inoue 13-0-(11)

The 24 year-old from Japan has successfully defend his WBO super flyweight title seven times now and is well on his way to becoming one of Japan’s most successful boxers in recent years. 10. Naoya Inoue 13-0-(11)
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