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2/11/2014 1:29:11 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
1. Floyd Mayweather Jr 45-0 (26 KO's): Currently the highest paid athlete in the world, with the resume and technical boxing skill to back it up. Perhaps the best defensive fighter of all time.

2. Andre Ward 27-0 (14 KO's): The winner of the Super-Six tournament and undisputed Super middleweight champ. He's beat up the likes of Carl Froch and Mikkel Kesseler, as well as dropped the naturally bigger Chad Dawson. Ward has separated himself as the #2 fighter in the world.

3. Guillermo Rigondeaux 13-0 (8 KO's): Though he only has 13 bouts under his belt, Rigo already put on a clinic against the former premier fighter of the division Nonito Donaire. Guillermo's technical boxing prowess has been virtually unmatched. It is difficult to even find a round in his career that he hasn't won. From the perspective of pure boxing skill he rivals that of Mayweather, and also is a good puncher.

4. Gennady Golovkin 29-0 (26 KO's) An absolute phoneme, he has simply been clearing out the middleweight division. Golovkin, even against legitimate challengers, has virtually done nothing but walk-down his opponents from round 1. An overall solid boxer who punches like bricks.

5. Tim Bradley 31-0 (12 KO's) Sure there was the Pacquiao debacle, but you can't deny that Bradley has perhaps the biggest will in the sport. He's beaten legitimate opposition such as Marquez, Provodnikov (Fight of the year), and Alexander. Tim is one of the best out there, and the 2nd Pacquiao fight is soon to come.

6. Juan Manuel Marquez 55-7-1 (40 KO's) Marquez is an overall solid fighter, with knock out victories against Pacquiao, Diaz, and Casamayor.

7. Manny Pacquiao 55-5 (38 KO's) A rare combination of speed and punching power, that has led to victories over the likes of Cotto, De La Hoya, Hatton, and Marquez. He's ability to come from different angles, aligned with he's speed and punching power makes him one the specialist offensive fighters in the sport.

8. Wladimir Klitschko 61-3 (51 KO's) Though it's arguable that the Heavyweight division has been weak in recent years, Klitschko has long been the king of the division and still remains supreme.

9. Mikey Garcia 34-0 (28 KO's) A rising star who has been a dominate champion at Super featherweight.

10. Adonis Stevenson 23-1 (20 KO's) Stevenson is dangerous, athletic, and posses real punching power. He's coming off convincing victories against the likes of Travis Cloud and Chad Dawson.