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Pound For Pound Boxers Ranking 2020

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Pound for pound boxers ranking is a difficult game at the best of times but nonetheless a very fun one.

Pound for pound boxers rankings are a challenge that always prove to be a bone of contention in the sweet science.

Time and time again. Year after year.

Everyone has a different opinion in this list. That’s what makes it so much fun to try to figure out, really.

Even though it’s a mythical list, in truth.

Over recent decades there have been many outstanding fighters who have sat on top of this mythical hierarchy from the likes of Roy Jones Jr to Floyd Mayweather to Manny Pacquiao to Canelo Alvarez.

Our top 10 pound for pound boxers ranking list is formulated based on four key criteria in the following order:

With that in mind, here’s our latest top 10 best pound for pound boxer rankings in the world regardless of what weight class they compete in.

Pound for Pound Boxers Ranking (Top 10)

  1. Canelo Alvarez (Super-middleweight)
  2. Terence Crawford (Welterweight)
  3. Alexander Usyk (Heavyweight)
  4. Errol Spence (Welterweight)
  5. Gervonta Davis (Lightweight)
  6. Josh Taylor (Super-Lightweight)
  7. Tyson Fury (Heavyweight)
  8. Vasyl Lomachenko (Lightweight)
  9. George Kambosos Jr. (Lightweight)
  10. Naoya Inoue (Bantamweight)

Women’s Top 10 Pound For Pound Boxers Ranking:

  1. Claressa Shields
  2. Amanda Serrano
  3. Katie Taylor
  4. Jessica McCaskill
  5. Mikaela Mayer
  6. Alycia Baumgardner
  7. Cecilia Brækhus
  8. Savannah Marshall
  9. Chantelle Cameron
  10. Delfine Persoon

Note: These pound for pound boxers rankings are completely open to objection and like every other pound for pound list out there ever published, they are not to be taken as absolute fact.

They are an enjoyable endeavor to partake in nonetheless for boxing fans and something that we try to update as fairly as possible in a balanced manner, based on the above key criteria.

We will update this list every month or so depending on when the top pound for pound boxers in the world are in action, or if one drops out of the list due to significant inactivity, retirement or for unforeseen circumstances. 


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