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Boxing Pound for Pound Rankings 2014

Across sports, the nomination of a champion is awarded through different feats. Football has the Super Bowl, Soccer has the World Cup & Champions League, and heck, the Air Force has Top Gun. Every year answering the who is the best isn’t a hard question, if you follow the sport, since they all have clear, concise victors.

Boxing on the other hand is an entirely different game.  Differences in 7 pounds can throw off the entire dynamic, and over time a divisional pure system was created.  

Every boxing pundit has their own Pound for Pound Rankings.

Most of their selections, for this esteemed list, resemble one another.  For boxers, becoming a champion who will be remembered in history is a supreme goal.  One of the best ways to achieve this goal is to earn a spot in the Pound for Pound Rankings, and to remain there as long as possible. 

Here you will find TSQ’s Monthly Pound for Pound Rankings as of June 2014

1. Floyd Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather boxing

46-0 Record

2. Andre Ward

Andre Ward training

27-0 record

3. Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacuquiao fight

56-5-2 Record

4. Guillermo Rigondeaux

rigo

13-0 Record

5. Wladimir Klitchsko

The Klitschkos

62-3

6. Timothy Bradley

Tim bradley training

31-1 Record

7. Juan Manuel Marquez

Juan Manuel Marquez

55-7-1 Record

8. Gennady Golovkin

Gennady Golovkin training

28-0

9. Canelo Alvarez (Upgraded from January 2014)

Canelo alvarez #10 Pound 4 pound fighter

43-1-1

10. Miguel Cotto

miguel cotto pvp

39-4

Honorable Mentions

Carl Froch
Danny Garcia
Erislandry Lara
Nonito Donaire
Mikey Garcia

Recently Removed

Adrien Broner
Sergio Martinez

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2 Comments

  • Reply May 29, 2014

    Peter

    El chino Maidana???

  • Reply May 29, 2014

    Anonymous

    Y donde quedan chocolatito hernandez y yuriokis gamboa tambien el gallo estrada

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