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19 APRIL 2018

 

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 37-0-1-(33)

01.Gennady Golovkin 37-0-1-(33)

Although Saul Alvarez put a dent in Gennady Golovkin’s perfect record by nicking a draw in September Golovkin did look to have done enough to preserve his 100% record and thus retains his No.1 ranking. 01.Gennady Golovkin 37-0-1-(33)
02. Vasyl Lomachenko 10-1-(8)

02. Vasyl Lomachenko 10-1-(8)

Vasyl Lomachenko is arguably the greatest amatuer boxer in history and with a record of 396 wins against 1 defeat who could argue? 02. Vasyl Lomachenko 10-1-(8)
03. Terence Crawford 32-0-0 (23)

03. Terence Crawford 32-0-0 (23)

Terence Crawford is now 32-0-(23), and surely now deserves to be involved in a high profile fight. The Nebraska is now the undisputed world champion at 140lbs after adding the IBF and WBA titles to his WBC and WBO crowns. 03. Terence Crawford 32-0-0 (23)
04. Mikey Garcia 38-0-(30)

04. Mikey Garcia 38-0-(30)

Mikey Garcia made history in San Antonio, Texas on March 10 when he defeated Sergey Lipinets to claim the IBF super lightweight title and become a four weight world champion 04. Mikey Garcia 38-0-(30)
05. Saul Alvarez 49-1-2-(34)

05. Saul Alvarez 49-1-2-(34)

Despite the Mexican superstar seeming fortunate to have been gifted a draw against the big punching Gennady Golovkin back in September, Alvarez is still a serious operator and deserves to be sitting firmly in the pound for pound top 10.  05. Saul Alvarez 49-1-2-(34)
06. Sergey Kovalev 32-2-1(28)

06. Sergey Kovalev 32-2-1(28)

Kovalev may have lost his last two fights but they were both to the now retired pound for pound No.1 Andre Ward. 06. Sergey Kovalev 32-2-1(28)
07. Naoya Inoue 15-0-(13)

07. Naoya Inoue 15-0-(13)

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. 07. Naoya Inoue 15-0-(13)
08. Wisakil Wangek 45-4-1-(40)

08. Wisakil Wangek 45-4-1-(40)

Back to back wins over Roman Gonzalez to claim the WBC super flyweight title and a hard fought 12 round majority points win over Juan Francisco Estrada has earned Wisakil Wangek a place in the pound for pound top 10. 08. Wisakil Wangek 45-4-1-(40)
09. Errol Spence Jr 23-0-(20)

09. Errol Spence Jr 23-0-(20)

Errol Spence Jr’s talent has been evident from the moment he turned professional on November 9, 2012 and when he impressively dethroned Kell Brook in May 2017 to claim the IBF welterweight crown, that talent was finally recognised and rightly so. 09. Errol Spence Jr 23-0-(20)
10. Guillermo Rigondeaux 17-1(11)

10. Guillermo Rigondeaux 17-1(11)

At the age of 36 and with just 17 pro fights to his name Guillermo Rigondeaux has no time to waste. 10. Guillermo Rigondeaux 17-1(11)
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