Who is the best boxer in 2013?

Who is the best boxer in 2013?

WBN Boxing Pound for Pound Top 50 list: February 2013

  • Floyd Mayweather [1]
  • Nonito Donaire [2]
  • Juan Manuel Marquez [3]
  • Sergio Martinez [4]
  • Manny Pacquiao [5]
  • Wladimir Klitschko [6]
  • Andre Ward [7]
  • Vitali Klitschko [8]

Who did Mayweather fight in 2013?

Judge C. J. Ross scored the fight 114–114, a draw….Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Canelo Álvarez.

Date September 14, 2013
Venue MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, U.S.
Title(s) on the line WBA (Super), WBC, and The Ring light middleweight titles
Tale of the tape

Did Floyd knock out Canelo?

50-0 Mayweather is the only fighter to beat Canelo professionally, claiming a majority decision victory in a clash contested at light middleweight. But despite his triumph eight years ago, Mayweather has continued to talk about Canelo.

Who was the best boxer in 2018?

Below is the Pound for Pound list for January 2018:

  1. 1 Gennady Golovkin.
  2. 2 Vasyl Lomachenko.
  3. 3 Terence Crawford.
  4. 4 Canelo Alvarez.
  5. 5 Mikey Garcia.
  6. 6 Naoya Inoue.
  7. 7 Keith Thurman.
  8. 8 Jorge Linares.

Who is the greatest boxer in 2020?

Canelo Alvarez
Canelo Alvarez leads the way as the best boxer in the world right now ahead of WBC champion Tyson Fury and unified world champ Oleksandr Usyk.

Who did Alvarez lost to?

Dmitry Bivol
Dmitry Bivol has officially entered the pound-for-pound conversation. Bivol scored a big upset on Saturday in Las Vegas, defeating former No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter Canelo Alvarez.

What was the most two-sided fight in boxing history?

Red Smith once called the three wars waged by Tony Zale and Rocky Graziano “the most two-sided fights ever.” Their first meeting, on Sept. 27, 1946, best described as a middleweight Dempsey-Firpo, was won by Zale on a resounding sixth-round knockout.

What is the most exhilarating round in boxing history?

Every round was a vicious slugfest, but the ninth round would prove to be one of the most exhilarating rounds of all time. Both fighters barely had enough energy to even attempt to defend themselves, and technique went completely out the window as they ferociously traded blows for nearly the entire round.

Which boxers are in the International Boxing Hall of Fame?

Fittingly, both Basilio and Robinson are enshrined in the International Boxing Hall of Fame—in the Onion Farmer’s hometown of Canastota. In a fight to unify the super bantamweight titles, the first fight between Erik Morales and Marco Antonio Barrera kicked off one of the most exciting rivalries in boxing history.

Who is the toughest fighter ever?

Carmen Basilio just may be the toughest fighter ever, pound-for-pound—and pounding-for-pounding. Robinson was 37 by the time of this bout, but still fighting with brilliance.