Pound For Pound List

1. Floyd Mayweather 44-0 26KOs Defining Wins – 2001 10th Rd KO of Diego Corrales, 2007 SD over Oscar De La Hoya

1. Floyd Mayweather
46-0 26KOs
Defining Wins – 2001 10th Rd KO of Diego Corrales, 2007 SD over Oscar De La Hoya, 2013 MD over Saul Alvarez

3, Guillermo Rigondeaux 12-0 8 KOs Defining Wins - 2012 6th Round KO of Rico Ramos, 2013 UD over Nonito Donaire

2, Guillermo Rigondeaux
12-0 8 KOs
Defining Wins – 2012 6th Round KO of Rico Ramos, 2013 UD over Nonito Donaire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Andre Ward 26-0 14 KOs Defining Wins - 2009 TD over Mikkel Kessler, 2011 UD over Carl Froch, 2012 10th Rd KO of Chad Dawson

3. Andre Ward
26-0 14 KOs
Defining Wins – 2009 TD over Mikkel Kessler, 2011 UD over Carl Froch, 2012 10th Rd KO of Chad Dawson

5. Tim Bradley 30-0 12 KOs Defining Wins - 2009 UD over Kendall Holt, 2009 UD over Lamont Peterson, 2011 TD over Devon Alexander,  2012 SD over Manny Pacquiao

4. Tim Bradley
30-1 12 KOs
Defining Wins – 2009 UD over Kendall Holt, 2009 UD over Lamont Peterson, 2011 TD over Devon Alexander, 2012 SD over Manny Pacquiao, 2013 SD over Juan Manuel Marquez

7. Carl Froch 31-2 22 KOs Notable Wins - 2008 UD over Jean Pascal, 2009 12th Round KO of Jermain Taylor, 2012 5th Round KO of Lucian Bute, 2013 UD over Mikkel Kessler

5. Carl Froch
31-2 22 KOs
Notable Wins – 2008 UD over Jean Pascal, 2009 12th Round KO of Jermain Taylor, 2012 5th Round KO of Lucian Bute, 2013 UD over Mikkel Kessler

 

6. Manny Pacquiao Defining Wins - 2009 2nd round KO of Ricky Hatton, 2009 12th round KO of Miguel Cotto

6. Manny Pacquiao
Defining Wins – 2009 2nd round KO of Ricky Hatton, 2009 12th round KO of Miguel Cotto

7. Juan Manuel Marquez 55-6-1 40 KOs Defining Wins - 2007 UD over Marco Antonio Barrera, 2008 11th Round KO of Joel Casamayor, 2012 6th Round KO of Manny Pacquiao

7. Juan Manuel Marquez
55-6-1 40 KOs
Defining Wins – 2007 UD over Marco Antonio Barrera, 2008 11th Round KO of Joel Casamayor, 2012 6th Round KO of Manny Pacquiao

8. Gennady Golokin 27-0 24 KOs Defining Wins - 2012 5th Round KO of Gregorz Proksa, 2013 7th Round KO of Gabriel Rosado, 2013 3rd Round KO of Matthew Macklin

8. Gennady Golokin
27-0 24 KOs
Defining Wins – 2012 5th Round KO of Gregorz Proksa, 2013 7th Round KO of Gabriel Rosado, 2013 3rd Round KO of Matthew Macklin

9. Danny Garcia 27-0 16 KOs Defining Wins - 2011 SD over Kendall Holt, 2012 4th Round KO of Amir Khan, 2013 UD over Lucas Matthysse

9. Danny Garcia
27-0 16 KOs
Defining Wins – 2011 SD over Kendall Holt, 2012 4th Round KO of Amir Khan, 2013 UD over Lucas Matthysse

10. Erislandy Lara 19-1-2 Defining Wins - 2013 10th Round TKO of Alfredo Angulo, 2013 Unanimous Decision Over Austin Trout

10. Erislandy Lara
19-1-2
Defining Wins – 2013 10th Round TKO of Alfredo Angulo, 2013 Unanimous Decision Over Austin Trout

18 thoughts on “Pound For Pound List

    • Rigo should be 3, and I actually believe that might be underrated. I think he’s actually the best P4P fighter in the sport right now, he just doesn’t have enough wins yet to be put there.

  1. Great list, but Golovkin should be #5 instead of Martinez and Mickey Garcia or Donaire should replace Froch as Number 8.

    • Thanks for the comment. I am going to include Golovkin in the list I think I am going to put him 9. He hasnt done enough yet to be 5… He has only beaten 1 real middleweight contender, that was Matthew Macklin. As far as Donaire goes… I will most likely put him 10. I am still thinking on it. Mikey Garcia is a really good fighter… but until he beats a big name guy, i just couldnt justify putting him in the top 10. Especially not over Carl Froch, the guy has W’s against Jean Pascal, Mikkel Kessler, Lucian Bute, Glen Johnson, Arthur Abraham, and Jermain Taylor…. You could honestly make a case for Froch being 6 or so. Main thing is though, these lists are very tough to make, and you are always going to be able to question them.

  2. Golovkin sticks out like a sore thumb: Ouma, Rosado, Proska, Macklin and Ishida shouldn’t make you 9 p4p in the world, Mares, Manny or Donaire have all beaten over 7 class fighters while Golovkin has only beaten 2 at 160. Danny, Estrada or Santa Cruz have better resumes in my opinion 2. I think you are paying to much attention to the eye test and the zero.

  3. I don’t feel Golovkin ‘s resume should have him over Mares, Manny and Donaire, you are putting to much emphasis on the eye test and the zero, to me I’d rather have Mandy’s career than Golovkin ‘s, don’t get into the one loss and you are a bum mentality.

    • I agree with you, if the list was done on just resume the no way would Golovkin be on it. I still think he is questionable to be included… but pound for pound means if everybody weighed the same, lets say… everybody weighs 147 who would win? Golovkin would no doubt beat Mares, Donaire, and Leo Santa Cruz. This is why I dont have either Klitschko on the list… because they have only beaten undersized fighters…. and no way would they beat an Andre Ward or a JMM at an even height and weight.

      Manny is not on the list because he has lost his last 2 fights…. and lets be honest… it was actuallly 3 straight. He also never deserved to win any of those fights with JMM. Pacquiao is one of the most overrated fighters of our generation.

      I havent decided if I am going to put Donaire 10 or not… it is a really tough call, I am between Bhop, Donaire, Saul Alvarez… but tbh I am not high on any of them as pound for pound fighters.

      • Erislandy Lara is one big win away… but it remains to be seen if he will get a big opportunity. If Leo were to beat a top 122 lb fighter, like a Vic Darchinyan, or a Joseph Agbeko… then I would def consider him. Mikey Garcia is also close… but he needs to beat a Gamboa or a Donaire. Juanma and Orlando Salido aint gonna be enough.

    • He is knocking on the door. A big KO of Bellew and you could make a case for him. Although, I will need to see him face either Kovalev, BHop, Jean Pascal, or Ward to be able to include him.

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