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06 DECEMBER 2016

 

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 36-0-(33)

01.Gennady Golovkin 36-0-(33)

Gennady Golovkin just seems to be getting better and better. We already knows he can punch as the 31 ko’s from 34 wins proves. Bur he can also box and is a master technician which arguably makes him one of the most dangerous opponents in the sport of boxing today. 01.Gennady Golovkin 36-0-(33)
02. Roman Gonzalez 46-0-(38)

02. Roman Gonzalez 46-0-(38)

Unfortunately for Roman Gonzalez, because he campaigns at one of the smaller weights, his incredible talent can sometimes be overlooked. Traditionally anything south of super bantamweight pretty much gets overlooked outside of Mexico, Thailand or Tokyo. 02. Roman Gonzalez 46-0-(38)
03. Andre Ward 30-0-(15)

03. Andre Ward 30-0-(15)

After a year and a half out of the ring due to contractual disputes Andre Ward returned to destroy former world title challenger Paul Smith. And with the win Ward not only returns to the pound for pound top 10 rankings but also can look forward to some big fights at either super middleweight or light heavy. Expect Ward to make up for lost time continue to march up the rankings. 03. Andre Ward 30-0-(15)
04. Sergey Kovalev 29-1-1-(26)

04. Sergey Kovalev 29-1-1-(26)

Sergey Kovalev re established himself in the pound for pound top 10 by virtue of his impressive and convincing wins over Bernard Hopkins and former world champion Jean Pascal . 04. Sergey Kovalev 29-1-1-(26)
05. Vasyl Lomachenko 7-1-(5)

05. Vasyl Lomachenko 7-1-(5)

Vasyl Lomachenko is arguably the greatest amatuer boxer in history and with a record of 396 wins against 1 defeat who could argue? 05. Vasyl Lomachenko 7-1-(5)
06. Manny Pacquiao 59-6-2-(38)

06. Manny Pacquiao 59-6-2-(38)

07. Terence Crawford 29-0-0 (20)

07. Terence Crawford 29-0-0 (20)

Since claiming the WBO lightweight title from Ricky Burns in March, 2013 Crawford has established himself as a top 10 pound for pound fighter. 07. Terence Crawford 29-0-0 (20)
08. Shinsuke Yamanaka 23-0-2-(17)

08. Shinsuke Yamanaka 23-0-2-(17)

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 eight times and looks every inch as though he could become one of the all time great Japanese boxers. 08. Shinsuke Yamanaka 23-0-2-(17)
09. Saul Alvarez 47-1-1-(33)

09. Saul Alvarez 47-1-1-(33)

Although Saul Alvarez is still only 25 years old he has been a professional for 10 years and amassed a very respectable 46-1-1 record and is a two weight champion. 09. Saul Alvarez 47-1-1-(33)
10. Juan Francisco Estrada 34-2-(24)

10. Juan Francisco Estrada 34-2-(24)

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