Top 10 Living Boxers

The Top 10 Living Boxers of all time!
UNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 10: Former Pro Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard visits Hallmark Channel's "Home & Family" at Universal Studios Hollywood on November 10, 2020 in Universal City, California. (Photo by Paul Archuleta/Getty Images)

   This list only includes retired boxers

10) Andre Ward

9) Evander Holyfield

Holyfield was the epitome of a warrior. Holyfield is the greatest Cruiserweight that ever lived, and he literally fought all-comers. His trilogy with Riddick Bowe will go down in history as one of the greatest ever.

8) Julio Cesar Chavez

Chavez was a great fighter, and who didn’t love the second-round destruction of Roger Mayweather? He was dominant up thru lightweight and was a damn good Jr.Welterweight, and his most famous stoppage was the 12th rd TKO of Meldrick Taylor.

7) Lennox Lewis

Lewis walked away on his own terms after beating Vitali Klitschko in a bloody brawl. Lewis physically and mentally would have been a tough opponent for any fighter in history. Beat Holyfield twice(No matter what the judges said) and beat Mike Tyson, just to name his most notable wins. He avenged his only two losses to Oliver McCall and Hasin Rahman. Lewis is a gentleman in and out of the ring.

6) Thomas Hearns

Hearns never shied away from a challenge, and he always gave the fans their money’s worth. His greatest victory had to be his devastating second-round KO of Roberto Duran. In most eyes, he beat Sugar Ray Leonard in their rematch. Know more for his power, but his boxing ability was on a par with almost anybody in boxing history.

5) George Foreman

Foreman started as the menacing monster that knocked out everybody. After losing his title to Muhammad Ali, he came back and stopped Ron Lyle in one of the greatest battles in boxing history. He retired in 1977 after an upset loss to Jimmy Young. He then unretired a decade later and would win the Heavyweight title again 20 years after losing it.

4) Larry Holmes

Holmes was the Heavyweight champion for 7 years and beat the likes of Ken Norton, Earnie Shavers, and Gerry Cooney, just to name a few. Holmes returned much like Foreman and upset the undefeated Ray Mercer to get a shot at the crown once again. But, unfortunately, he would lose a decision to Evander Holyfield and later would get another shot losing a close decision to champion Oliver McCall.

3) Floyd Mayweather

Love him or hate him, he was a great boxer. His greatest performance to me was the destruction of Diego Corrales. He was challenged very rarely. So the knock-on Mayweather is that he ducked some fighter or fought guys at weight disadvantages or guys past their prime, and while there is some truth to that, you can’t deny the man’s greatness.

2) Roberto Duran

He burst onto the scene with a dramatic stoppage of Ken Buchannon, which would lead to a six-year dominance of the Lightweight division. He then moved up in weight to chase the “Golden Goose” Sugar Ray Leonard. The rematch was a different story as Leonard embarrassed Duran, and Duran would quit In the eight-round. After a couple of up and down years, he would rebound to take Davey Moore’s Jr.Middleweight title and then take Middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler the distance. He would upset Iran Barkley for a portion of the Middleweight title a few years later.

1) Sugar Ray Leonard

Leonard was the darling of the 1976 Olympics and became a household name all over the World. Beat Roberto Duran 2 times, even making the tough man from Panama quit in the second fight. He also beat Thomas Hearns, Wilfred Benitez, and Marvelous Marvin Hagler.

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