Boxing - Top 8 Pound For Pound Fighters of 2016
The following video shows us a series of highlights regarding best 8 pound for pound boxers in the world in 2016, as determined by the magazine "The Ring Magazine". Following the countdown, we start seeing the best moments of these sensational boxers.
Eighth place is occupied by Mexican Canelo Alvarez, recently became WBO world champion in the light Middleweight division by beating Liam Smith. Despite two WINS by knockout in this 2016, Canelo has been criticized for abandoning the WBC middleweight title to avoid a dangerous match against Gennady Golovkin.
The seventh position is occupied by the Ukrainian champion Vasyl Lomachenko, WBO Super Featherweight weight. After destroying Roman Martinez in November is expected from big challenge against Nicholas Walters.
In sixth place are the undefeated WBO and WBC super lightweight champion Terence Crawford. 5th the Cuban Guillermo Rigondeaux, current Super WBA champion of Super Bantamweight.
Fourth place belongs to Andre Ward, former Middleweight Champion and now increased in light heavyweight to challenge Russian Sergey Kovalev, in second place. On 19 November next Las Vegas Ward vs Kovalev will be valid for WBA (Undisputed), IBF, and WBO light heavyweight titles. A great match, probalby the most anticipated of the year!
The third location of this special classification belongs to the Kazakh Gennady Golovkin, Super WBA, WBO and IBF Middleweight champion of the world. A boxer from devastating power and master of its category, an opponent that popular names of the category for now prefer not to tackle.
The power unites "GGG" in Sergey Kovalev, number 1 in light heavyweight division and #2 in pound-for-pound rankings.
In first place, instead the Nicaraguan Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzales, who recently defeated Carlos Cuadras conquered the WBC superflyweight title. For him this is the fourth title in as many weight divisions, a result that makes it the best boxer on the planet!
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