Update: ESPN Boxing – Pound-For-Pound Rankings

08/22/2023 - 3 comments

Here is the latest P4P ESPN boxing rankings update:

  1. TERENCE CRAWFORD: A welterweight legend with a record as clean as a championship belt. Crawford’s 40-0 streak and 31 knockouts show he’s the real deal. After dismantling Errol Spence Jr. with a TKO, fans await his next  move.
  2. NAOYA INOUE: The “Monster” of the junior featherweight division, Inoue’s 25 victories have been near poetic. With 22 knockouts and a recent TKO over Stephen Fulton, he’s a unified champ who’s never heard the count.
  3. OLEKSANDR USYK: The heavyweight unified champion who moves like a cruiserweight, Usyk’s latest split decision victory over Anthony Joshua cements him as a tactical genius in the ring. Daniel Dubois is next to test him.
  4. CANELO ALVAREZ: A Mexican warrior, Canelo reigns as the undisputed super middleweight king. With a combination of skill and heart, he bested John Ryder with a unanimous decision. Jermell Charlo awaits him in the ring next.
  5. DMITRY BIVOL: A light heavyweight sensation, Bivol’s precision and footwork make him a complex puzzle in the ring. After defeating Gilberto Ramirez, the champion looks forward to his next challenge.
  6. TYSON FURY: The “Gypsy King” stands tall in the heavyweight division. An unbeaten champion, his recent TKO over Derek Chisora proves he’s still got the magic. The bout with Francis Ngannou is already heating up the boxing world.
  7. ARTUR BETERBIEV: With a perfect KO record, Beterbiev’s power in the light heavyweight division is unmatched. His latest TKO victory over Anthony Yarde leaves fans eagerly waiting to see who will dare step in the ring with him next.
  8. DEVIN HANEY: An undisputed champ in the lightweight division, Haney’s record sparkles with 30 wins. His unanimous decision victory over Vasiliy Lomachenko demonstrates his supremacy. Regis Prograis is next in line to challenge him.
  9. SHAKUR STEVENSON: A young lion in the lightweight division, Stevenson’s agility and skill earned him 20 victories. His recent TKO over Shuichiro Yoshino keeps him on the rise. Fans are on the edge of their seats for his next fight announcement.
  10. GERVONTA DAVIS: “Tank” has stormed the lightweight division with a 29-0 record and an incredible 27 KOs. After flattening Ryan Garcia with a KO, the division is on notice, eagerly waiting to see who he’ll face next.
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3 thoughts on “Update: ESPN Boxing – Pound-For-Pound Rankings”

  1. I don’t know what you guys are smoking but any list without JERVONTA TANK DAVIS is ridiculous!
    I guess you guys are just seeking a response but you loose credibility without TANK!

  2. Errol holds 3 of the 4 major titles at 147 my friend hints why he’s been only seeking the crawford fight.

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