Want to know who are The Top 5 Boxers – Fighters Pound for Pound?
In 2019 we have had a succulent picture of fights in all categories. It has been a year full of very interesting fights, from the most shocking fights of the heavyweights to the return of Canelo to the ring, through the one that a priori presents itself as the best of all: the Spence vs Porter.
Also the rematch between Kerman Lejarraga and David Avanesyan a main course.
Seeing this whole fighting squad, we voted and this has been the result.
Pound for Pound
- Vasyn Lomachenko (14-1)
- Terence Crawford (35-0)
- Canelo Alvarez (53-1-2)
- Errol Spence Jr. (26-0)
- Naoya Inoue (18-0)
Top 5 Boxers
Lomachenko’s technique and amount of resources is atonic to much of the hobby. It can hit you on any flank and can also be very direct. It has a great capacity for displacement and elusive. Ukrainian boxer. You only need to engage in fighting with more high-level rivals. Lomachenko fights with Venum gloves.
Undefeated. Terence Crawford remains undefeated after 6 consecutive fights. Electric movements. Brave or lethal in the melee.
The Mexican Pújil dared to climb two divisions at light heavyweight and achieved his goal with a spectacular triumph over a champion like the Russian Sergey Kovalev, in addition to having full authority.
Errol Spence Jr
Left-handed boxer who ended up beating Porter despite the punishment he received. Unified WBC and FIB Welter scepters.
Great fight against Nonito Donaire. Your performance will depend on whether you go up or down the rankings. So far impressive japanese boxer.
This has been our assessment of the best boxers pound by pound.
What will the future hold for us? Well, we’ll analyze it as usual in Kimonosport.com