1. Madison Square Garden (New York, USA)
Ali vs. Frazier, Gatti vs. Ward, Cotto vs. Margarito – Madison Square Garden’s history reads like a hall of fame. It’s the Mecca of Boxing, a living legend.
2. MGM Grand Garden Arena (Las Vegas, USA)
The MGM Grand is synonymous with big fights. Think of De La Hoya vs. Mayweather, Tyson vs. Holyfield, and Mayweather vs. Pacquiao. This place has seen legends clash and rivalries settled. It’s not just an arena; it’s boxing’s grand stage.
3. The O2 Arena (London, UK)
Joshua vs. Whyte, Haye vs. Bellew – these aren’t just fights; they’re British classics. The O2 Arena is a place where local heroes become legends. The roar of the crowd here is a tribute to boxing’s heritage.
4. T-Mobile Arena (Las Vegas, USA)
The T-Mobile Arena has quickly made its mark with unforgettable bouts like Canelo vs. Golovkin I & II and Fury vs. Wilder II. It’s a melting pot of modern boxing history, where every fight feels like an event.
5. Staples Center (Los Angeles, USA)
From Lewis vs. Klitschko to Wilder vs. Fury I, the Staples Center has been the backdrop to some of the most thrilling heavyweight battles. LA’s sparkle meets boxing’s raw energy here.
6. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London, UK)
Hosting Joshua vs. Usyk, Fury vs Whyte. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a modern marvel that feels like the future of boxing. Joshua’s Rocky ring walk for Usyk was legendary.
7. AT&T Stadium (Arlington, USA)
Pacquiao vs. Margarito, Canelo vs. Smith – AT&T Stadium turns fights into spectacles. Every punch here resonates with the grandiosity of Texas itself.
8. Wembley Stadium (London, UK)
Froch vs. Groves II, Joshua vs. Klitschko – Wembley Stadium is where British boxing’s grandest spectacles unfold. It’s not just a venue; it’s an icon.
9. Barclays Center (Brooklyn, USA)
Thurman vs. Porter, Wilder vs. Stiverne – Barclays Center is where Brooklyn’s tough, gritty spirit comes alive. This venue is a cauldron of passion and pride.
10. York Hall (London, UK)
York Hall has seen the rise of many stars, including Hatton, Benn, and Eubank. It’s old-school, raw, and unapologetically London. Every fight here feels like a trip back in time.
11. Principality Stadium (Cardiff, Wales)
Joshua’s epic victories over Takam and Parker, and Cleverly vs. Bellew II – Principality Stadium is where Wales’s passion for boxing blooms. It’s a symbol of national pride.
12. The Copper Box Arena (London, UK)
The Copper Box, with memorable nights like Mitchell vs. Maduma, is London’s heart. This intimate venue is where future champions make their mark, and underdogs find their day.
13. Max Schmeling Halle (Berlin, Germany)
Max Schmeling Halle has hosted battles like Abraham vs. Stieglitz and Huck vs. Lebedev. Named after a legend, this venue captures the essence of German boxing’s honor and tradition.
14. The SSE Arena, Wembley (London, UK)
Eubank Jr. vs. Abraham – SSE Arena is where London’s fighters become heroes. The intensity here is tangible; it’s London’s boxing soul.
15. Saitama Super Arena (Saitama, Japan)
Inoue vs. Donaire, Gonzalez vs. Sor Rungvisai – Saitama is where the Far East’s warriors battle. It’s a blend of tradition and modernity that’s purely Japanese.