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Every fan has their very own favorite boxers in several weight divisions of boxing. Still, everyone would love to watch Canelo Alveraz fight against Oleksandr Usyk, but due to their weight class difference, it is impossible to happen in the near future.

Despite their weight class difference, using several metrics like aggression, agility, speed, the ability of the opponents, the recent performance of the fights, popularity, etc., we at SportsZion have made a top 10 list of current boxers that might excite you to know who is the current best fighter in the boxing world irrespective of their weight class.

Top 10 Boxing Pound-for-Pound Rankings

#10 Dmitry Bivol

Nationality: Russian

Division: Light-heavyweight

Record: 20-0, 11 KOs

Next Fight: Nov. 5 against Gilberto Ramirez

The current WBA light-heavyweight title holder, Dmitry Bivol, will be mandatory while defending the title on November 5, 2022, against the promising title contender and former WBO super middleweight champion, Gilberto Ramirez. In the last bout, Bivol secured his victory and defended the title after the 12th round by unanimous decision against Canelo Alveraz.

#9 Artur Beterbiev


Nationality: Russian-Canadian

Division: Light-heavyweight

Record: 18-0, 18 KOs

Next Fight: TBA 

Arthur Beterbiev is the current unified light-heavyweight WBO, IBF, and WBC title holder. He has successfully defended his title several times, currently preparing himself for his upcoming WBO title defense bout against Anthony Yarde.

#8 Shakur Stevenson


Nationality: American

Division: Junior lightweight 

Record:18-0, 9 KOs

Next Fight: TBA 

Shakur Stevenson, the Olympic silver medal winner for the USA, is currently one of the active and aspiring boxers of this era. The 28-year old American has fought in the ring for both the featherweight and super featherweight divisions. In his last fight, the unified champion defended his titles with a unanimous decision against Robson Conceiço.

#7 Tyson Fury 


Nationality: British

Division: Heavyweight

Record:32-0-1, 24 KOs

Next Fight: TBA 

Current WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has never lost a bout in his boxing career. There is only one controversial draw in his boxing career, against Wilder while Fury was fighting as a WBC heavyweight title challenger. Fury has appeared in WWE matches and has the desire to participate in MMA events.

#6 Oleksander Usyk


Nationality: Ukrainian

Division: Heavyweight

Record: 19-0, 13 KOs

Next Fight: TBA 

The two-time world champion in two different weight classes, Oleksander Usyk, also bagged an Olympic gold in 2011. This Ukrainian GOT recently defeated Anthony Joshua by a split decision after 12 rounds. He was one of the finest boxers of recent times.

#5 Vasyl Lomechenko


Nationality: Ukrainian

Division: Lightweight

Record:16-2, 11 KOs

Next Fight: TBA, Oct. 29 against Jamaine Ortiz 

The amateur boxing legend Vasyl Lomechenko has been widely known for his speed, agility, footwork, and defensive style. The former world champion was last seen in the ring against Richard Commey while securing his victory by a unanimous decision. This Ukrainian will be next seen fighting against Jamaine Ortiz in late October.

#4 Naoya Inoue


Nationality: Japanese

Division: Bantamweight

Record: 23-0, 20 KOs

Next Fight: TBA 

Naoya “the monster” Inoue is the current unified bantamweight champion. He was last seen in the ring while defending The Ring, IBF, and WBA (Super) bantamweight titles against Nonito Donaire, but the fight ended up with the Japanese winning the WBC bantamweight title. It is expected that he will take down Paul Butler in December. 

#3 Canelo Álvarez


Nationality: Mexican

Division: Super middleweight

Record:58-2-2, 38 KOs

Next Fight: TBA 

Canelo lvarez is the first undisputed super middleweight champion, holding the WBC, WBO, WBA (Super), IBF, and The Ring titles. People are still disappointed with his performance, citing a lack of intensity and aggression from the puncher in the previous match. Hopefully, he will be back in his beast form real soon.

#2 Errol Spence Jr.

Nationality: American

Division: Welterweight

Record:28-0, 22 KOs

Next Fight: TBA against Terence Crawford

The current unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr. had never lost any of his 28 bouts with a knockout ratio of 78%. His last fight, he had been defending WBC and IBF titles against Yordenis Ugás; the fight ended up with Spence winning the WBA (super) welterweight title. It is expected Errol will be back in the ring against the current best fighter Terence Crawford.

#1 Terence Crawford


Nationality: American

Division: Welterweight

Record: 37-0, 27 KOs

Next Fight: TBA against Errol Spence Jr.

Terence Allan Crawford, the current WBO welterweight champion, has been a world champion in several weight classes and is vying to become the undisputed welterweight champion. This American is known for his fight sense, speed, and defensive and punching style, expected to be featured against his own countryman, Errol Spence Jr.

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