Pound for Pound

 1. Andre Ward
31-0, 15 KO’s

Andre Ward has not lost a fight since he was twelve years old.  He is unbeaten as
professional and has won titles at super middleweight and light heavyweight.  

2. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez
48-1-1, 34 KO’s

Canelo Alvarez has only one loss in his career and that’s to Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Canelo has fought between 150-154 for most of his career and is now going up to middleweight.  

3. Gennady Golovkin
37-0, 33 KO’s

GGG may be the best middleweight ever.  He is chasing the
of title defenses by Bernard Hopkins and looking to unify
all four belts.  He is one of the most avoided fighters in boxing.

4. Anthony Joshua
18-0, 18 KO’s

Anthony Joshua is the IBF heavyweight champion.  He has displayed
the skills and potential to be one of the best heavyweights ever.  Joshua
has continued to improve and his skills are far and away the best in the heavyweight division.

5. Vasyl Lomachenko
7-1, 5 KO’s

Lomachenko, in just 8 professional fights, has won two titles in
two different weight classes.  These were not “gift” belts, this was
against legitimate competition.  He seems destined to move up
this list, but he is going to have to face some more opposition before that happens.