Boxing’s Pound for Pound

Boxing’s 30 Best Fighters Pound for Pound

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Knocking on the door: Robert Helenius 16-0-0 (heavyweight); Carlos Molina 19-4-2 (junior middleweight); Erislandy Lara 15-1-1 (junior middleweight); Lamont Petersen 29-1-1 (junior welterweight) & Abner Mares 22-0-1 (bantamweight).

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30. Pongsaklek Wonjongkam 82-3-1

29. Mikkel Kessler 44-2-0

28. Kelly Pavlik 37-2-0

27. Chris John 45-0-2

26. Felix Sturm 36-2-1

25. Brandon Rios 28-0-1

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24. Tavoris Cloud 23-0-0

23. Tomasz Adamek 44-2-0

22. Andre Berto 28-1-0

21. Victor Ortiz 29-3-2

Top 20

20. Jean Pascal 26-2-1

19. Vitali Klitschko 43-2-0

18. Alfredo Angulo 20-1-0

17. Wladimir Klitschko 56-3-0

16. Chad Dawson 30-1-0

15. Carl Froch 28-1-0

14. Canelo Alvarez 38-0-1

13. Yuriorkis Gamboa 21-0-0

12. Marcos Maidana 31-2-0

11. Miguel Cotto 36-2-0

Top 10

10. Lucian Bute 29-0-0

9. Amir Khan 26-1-0

8. Timothy Bradley 27-0-0

7. Andre Ward 24-0-0

6. Juan Manuel Marquez 53-5-1

5. Bernard Hopkins 52-5-2

4. Floyd Mayweather Junior 42-0-0

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3. Nonito Donaire 26-1-0

2. Sergio Martinez 47-2-2

1. Manny Pacquiao 53-3-2

Matt Hamilton, Reporting!