10 Greatest Boxers of All Time – Boxing record

The game of boxing is a sport that has created a place for itself both in the Olympics and Commonwealth Games besides other international games. This sport has its own world championships. Boxing is a combat sport in which two people fight manually, hand to hand. Some of the greatest boxers of all time names in the boxing sports that have been inaugural inductees to the boxing hall of fame are Muhammad Ali, Julio César Chávez Sr., Roberto Duran, Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis and many other.

Listed below are the Top 10 Greatest boxers of all time:-

Here is the list of top 10 Greatest Boxers of All Time –

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

10 Greatest Boxers of All Time
Real nameFloyd Joy Mayweather Jr.
Nickname(s)Pretty Boy
 Money TBE
Weight(s)Super featherweight
 Light welterweight
 Light middleweight
Height5 ft 8 in (173 cm)
Reach72 in (183 cm)
BornFloyd Joy Sinclair
 February 24, 1977 (age 42)
 Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.

Boxing record

Total fights50
Wins by KO27

The two-time winner of The Ring magazine’s Fighter of the Year award (1998 and 2007), a three-time winner of the Boxing Writers Association of America Fighter of the Year award (2007, 2013, and 2015), and a six-time winner of the Best Fighter ESPY Award (2007–2010, 2012–2014), he is the best defensive boxer in history. Ranked as the greatest boxer, pound to pound in 2016 by ESPN for the last 25 years, he is also BoxRec’s number one fighter of all time, pound for pound, as well as the greatest welterweight of his era. He has been ranked as the best pound for pound boxer in the world twice in a period of ten years by sports channels and magazines. He has multiple world titles in five weight classes and the lineal championship in four weight classes.


He is the highest-earning athlete in the world in 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2018.

Professional boxing record

50 fights50 wins
By knockout27
By decision23

Manny Pacquiao

Best Boxers of all Time
Weight(s)Light flyweight
 Super bantamweight
 Super featherweight
 Light welterweight
 Light middleweight
Height5 ft 5.5 in (166 cm)[2]
Reach67 in (170 cm)[2]
BornDecember 17, 1978 (age 41)
 Kibawe, Bukidnon, Philippines

Boxing record

Total fights71
Wins by KO39

This is a Filipino professional boxer who has been considered as one of the greatest professional boxers of all time and titled “Fighter of the Decade” for the 2000s by the Boxing Writers Association of America (BWAA), World Boxing Council (WBC), and World Boxing Organization (WBO). This eight-division world champion in the history of boxing has won twelve major world titles besides being the pioneer to win the lineal championship in five different weight classes. Also, he is the first boxer in history who won major world titles in four of the eight “glamour divisions” of boxing: flyweight, featherweight, lightweight and welterweight.

Professional boxing record

71 fights62 wins
By knockout39
By decision23

For more information, please visit here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boxing_career_of_Manny_Pacquiao

Carlos Monzon – Greatest Boxers of All Time

10 Greatest Boxers of All Time
Real nameCarlos Roque Monzón Ledesma
Nickname(s)Escopeta (Shotgun)
Height5 ft 11 1⁄2 in (182 cm)
Reach76 in (193 cm)
San Javier, Santa Fe, Argentina
Died8 January 1995 (aged 52)
Santa Rosa de Calchines, Santa Fe, Argentina

Boxing record

Total fights100
Wins by KO59
No contests1

This Argentine professional boxer, nicknamed Escopeta held the undisputed world middleweight championship for 7 years. He has been one of the best middleweights in history and the greatest boxers of all time, pound-for-pound. He has been inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1990. The Ring magazine in 2002 chose him as the 11th greatest fighter of the last 80 years and voted him as the best middleweight titleholders of the last 50 years in 2011.

See also  FAU-G launch date revealed: New trailer gives a glimpse into the first episode

Professional boxing record

100 fights87 wins
By knockout59
By decision28
No contests1

Muhammad Ali – Greatest Boxers of All Time

Best Boxers of all Time
BornCassius Marcellus Clay Jr.
January 17, 1942
Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
DiedJune 3, 2016 (aged 74)
Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.
Resting placeCave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky
MonumentsMuhammad Ali CenterMuhammad Ali Mural, Los Angeles[1]
EducationCentral High School (1958)
Spouse(s)Sonji Roi
(m. 1964; div. 1966)
Belinda Boyd
(m. 1967; div. 1977)
Veronica Porché Ali
(m. 1977; div. 1986)
Yolanda Williams
(m. 1986)
Children9, including Laila Ali
Parent(s)Cassius Marcellus Clay Sr.
Odessa Grady Clay
RelativesRahman Ali (brother)
AwardsAwards and accolades

Boxing career

Height6 ft 3 in (191 cm)[2]
Reach78 in (198 cm)[2]

Nicknamed “The Greatest Boxer” he was an American professional boxer, activist, and philanthropist he is one of the most renowned sports figures of the 20th century. Being one of the greatest boxers of all time. He was the only boxer to be named ‘The Ring magazine Fighter of the Year’ six times. His ranking includes the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time, the greatest athlete of the 20th century by Sports Illustrated, the Sports Personality of the Century by the BBC, and the third greatest athlete of the twentieth century by ESPN SportsCentury.

Boxing record

Total fights61
Wins by KO37

Sugar Ray Robinson – Greatest Boxers of All Time

Best Boxers of all Time

Real nameCarlos Roque Monzón Ledesma
Nickname(s)Escopeta (Shotgun)
Height5 ft 11 1⁄2 in (182 cm)
Reach76 in (193 cm)
 San Javier, Santa Fe, Argentina
Died8 January 1995 (aged 52)
 Santa Rosa de Calchines, Santa Fe, Argentina

Boxing record

See also  WWE Network - Login, App, Channels and More
Total fights100
Wins by KO59
No contests1

Read more – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Monz%C3%B3n

This American skilled boxer was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1990. He’s thought to be the greatest boxer of all time. In 2002, Robinson was stratified much loved on The Ring magazine’s list of “80 Best Fighters of the Last eighty Years”. He also holds the world welterweight title from 1946 to 1951 and won the world middleweight title.

Professional boxing record

100 fights87 wins3 losses
By knockout59
By decision283
No contests1 

Bernard Hopkins – Greatest Boxers of All Time

Best Boxers of all Time
Real nameBernard Humphrey Hopkins Jr.
Nickname(s)The Executioner
The Alien[1]
Light heavyweight
Height6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Reach75 in (191 cm)
BornJanuary 15, 1965 (age 54)
Pennsylvania, U.S.

Boxing record

Total fights67
Wins by KO32
No contests2

This American professional boxer is one of the most successful boxers of the past three decades. He held multiple world championships in two weight classes: the undisputed middleweight title from 2004 to 2005 and the lineal light heavyweight title from 2011 to 2012. He was the first boxer to become a world champion by winning the IBF middleweight title in 1995. Voted ‘Fighter of the Year’ by The Ring magazine and the Boxing Writers Association of America in 2001, he is ‘10 best middleweight titleholders of the last 50 years” in 2011. Also, he is ranked the eleventh greatest boxer of all time, pound for pound by BoxRec in March 2019.

Professional Boxing Record

67 fights55 wins8 losses
By knockout321
By decision237
No contests2

Read more – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernard_Hopkins

Joe Louis – Greatest Boxers of All Time

Joe Louis

Real nameJoseph Louis Barrow
Nickname(s)Brown Bomber
Height6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Reach76 in (193 cm)
BornMay 13, 1914
LaFayette, Alabama, U.S.
DiedApril 12, 1981 (aged 66)
Paradise, Nevada, U.S.

Boxing record

Total fights69
Wins by KO52

Being the first person of African-American descent to achieve the status of a nationwide hero within the United States, nicknamed the “Brown Bomber”, he was the world heavyweight champion from 1937 to 1949. He was ranked as the best heavyweight of all time by the International Boxing Research Organization in 2005. Also, he was ranked number one on The Ring magazine’s list of the “100 greatest punchers of all time”.

Professional boxing record

69 fights66 wins3 losses
By knockout522
By decision131
By disqualification1

Archie Moore

Real nameArchibald Lee Wright
Nickname(s)The (Old) Mongoose
Ancient Archie
Light Heavyweight
Height5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Reach75 in (191 cm)
BornDecember 13, 1916
Benoit, Mississippi, U.S.
DiedDecember 9, 1998 (aged 81)
San Diego, California, U.S.

Boxing record

Total fights219
Wins by KO131
No contests1

Nicknamed “The Mongoose”, he was an American professional boxer who was also the longest-reigning World Light Heavyweight Champion of all time (December 1952 – May 1962). He was ranked fourth on The Ring’s list of “100 greatest punchers of all time”. The BoxRec has ranked him as the 3rd greatest pound-for-pound boxer of all-time. He has been a trainer to boxers like Muhammad Ali, George Foreman, and James Tillis.

Professional boxing record

Win184–23–9United States Mike DiBiaseTKO3 (10)
Loss183–23–9United States Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali)KO4 (10)
Draw183–22–9United States Willie PastranoDraw10
Win183–22–8United States Howard KingKO1 (10)
Win182–22–8Argentina Alejandro LavoranteTKO10 (10)
Win181–22–8United States Pete RademacherTKO6 (10)
Win180–22–8Italy Giulio RinaldiUD15
Win179–22–8United States Buddy TurmanUD10
Win178–22–8United States Buddy TurmanUD10
Loss177–22–8Italy Giulio RinaldiPTS10
Win177–21–8United States George AbinetRTD3 (10)
Win176–21–8Germany Willi BesmanoffTKO10 (15)
Win175–21–8Canada Yvon DurelleKO3 (15)
Win174–21–8United States Sterling DavisTKO3 (10)
Win173–21–8Canada Yvon DurelleKO11 (15)
Draw172–21–8United States Howard KingDraw10
Win172–21–7United States Howard KingPTS10
Win171–21–7United States Charley NorkusUD10
Win170–21–7United States Howard KingPTS10
Win169–21–7Germany Willi BesmanoffSD10
Win168–21–7United States Bob AlbrightTKO7 (10)
Win167–21–7United States Bert WhitehurstTKO10 (10)
Win166–21–7Portugal Julio NevesKO3 (10)
Win165–21–7Brazil Luis IgnacioPTS10
Win164–21–7United States Roger RischerKO4 (10)
Win163–21–7United States Eddie CottonPTS10
Win162–21–7United States Ralph HookerTKO5 (10)
Win161–21–7United States Tony AnthonyKO7 (15)
Win160–21–7Belgium Alain ChervilleTKO6 (10)
Win159–21–7Belgium Alain ChervilleUD10
Loss158–21–7United States Floyd PattersonKO5 (15)
Win158–20–7United States Roy ShireTKO3 (10)
Win157–20–7Canada James J ParkerTKO9 (15)
Win156–20–7Trinidad and Tobago Yolande PompeyTKO10 (15)
Win155–20–7United States Gene ThompsonTKO3 (10)
Win154–20–7United States Sonny AndrewsKO4 (10)
Win153–20–7United States George ParmentierTKO3 (10)
Win152–20–7United States Willie BeanTKO5 (10)
Win151–20–7United States Howard KingPTS10
Win150–20–7United States Frankie DanielsUD10
Win149–20–7United States Bob DunlapKO1 (10)
Win148–20–7United States Howard KingPTS10
Loss147–20–7United States Rocky MarcianoKO9 (15)
Win147–19–7Hawaii Bobo OlsonKO3 (15)
Win146–19–7Cuba Nino ValdesPTS15
Win145–19–7United States Harold JohnsonTKO14 (15)
Win144–19–7United States Bert WhitehurstTKO6 (10)
Win143–19–7United States Bob BakerTKO9 (10)
Win142–19–7United States Joey MaximUD15
Win141–19–7Uruguay Dogomar MartinezPTS10
Win140–19–7Argentina Rinaldo AnsaloniTKO4 (10)
Win139–19–7United States Joey MaximUD15
Win138–19–7United States Frank BufordTKO9 (10)
Win137–19–7United States Al SpauldingKO3 (10)
Win136–19–7Cuba Nino ValdesUD10
Win135–19–7United States Sonny AndrewsTKO5 (10)
Win134–19–7United States Leonard DuganTKO8 (10)
Win133–19–7United States Toxie HallKO4 (10)
Win132–19–7United States Joey MaximUD15
Win131–19–7United States Clinton BaconTKO4 (10)
Win130–19–7United States Clarence HenryUD10
Win129–19–7United States Bob DunlapKO6 (10)
Win128–19–7United States Jimmy SladeUD10
Win127–19–7United States Harold JohnsonUD10
Loss126–19–7United States Harold JohnsonUD10
Win126–18–7United States Chubby WrightTKO7 (10)
Win125–18–7United States Harold JohnsonUD10
Win124–18–7United States Embrel DavidsonKO1 (10)
Win123–18–7Argentina Alfredo LagayKO3 (10)
Win122–18–7Argentina Rafael MirandaTKO4 (10)
Win121–18–7Argentina Americo CapitanelliKO3 (10)
Win120–18–7Argentina Victor CarabajalKO3 (12)
Win119–18–7Peru Vicente QuirozRTD6 (10)
Win118–18–7Argentina Alberto Santiago LovellKO1 (12)
Draw117–18–7Belgium Karel SysDraw12
Win117–18–6Argentina Abel CestacRTD9 (12)
Win116–18–6United States Art HenriTKO4 (10)
Win115–18–6United States Herman HarrisKO4 (10)
Win114–18–6Argentina Abel CestacUD10
Win113–18–6United States Jimmy BivinsTKO9 (10)
Win112–18–6United States John ThomasKO1 (10)
Win111–18–6United States Billy SmithTKO8 (10)
Win110–18–6United States Vernon WilliamsKO2 (10)
Win109–18–6United States Bert LytellUD10
Win108–18–6United States Leonard MorrowKO10 (15)
Win107–18–6United States Charley WilliamsKO8 (10)
Win106–18–6United States Phil MuscatoKO6 (10)
Win105–18–6United States Bob AmosPTS10
Win104–18–6United States Esco GreenwoodTKO2 (10)
Win103–18–6United States Bob SikesTKO3 (10)
Loss102–18–6United States Clinton BaconDQ6 (10)
Win102–17–6United States Harold JohnsonUD10
Win101–17–6United States Jimmy BivinsKO8 (10)
Win100–17–6United States Dusty WilkersonTKO6 (10)
Win99–17–6United States Alabama KidKO3 (10)
Win98–17–6United States Bob SatterfieldKO3 (10)
Win97–17–6United States Alabama KidKO4 (10)
Win96–17–6United States Charley WilliamsKO7 (10)
Win95–17–6United States Bob AmosUD10
Win94–17–6United States Henry HallUD10
Loss93–17–6United States Lloyd GibsonDQ4 (10)
Loss93–16–6United States Henry HallPTS10
Win93–15–6United States Billy SmithKO4 (10)
Win92–15–6United States Ted LowryUD10
Win91–15–6United States Jimmy BivinsMD10
Loss90–15–6United States Leonard MorrowKO1 (12)
Win90–14–6United States Billy SmithUD10
Win89–14–6United States Charley WilliamsKO7 (10)
Win88–14–6United States Dusty WilkersonTKO7 (10)
Loss87–14–6United States Ezzard CharlesKO8 (15)
Win87–13–6United States George FitchTKO6 (10)
Win86–13–6United States Jimmy BivinsTKO8 (10)
Win85–13–6United States Bobby ZanderPTS12
Win84–13–6United States Bert LytellUD10
Win83–13–6United States Curtis SheppardUD10
Loss82–13–6United States Ezzard CharlesMD10
Win82–12–6United States Rusty PaynePTS10
Win81–12–6United States Jack ChaseKO9 (10)
Draw80–12–6United States Jack ChaseDraw10
Draw80–12–5United States Billy SmithDraw12
Win80–12–4United States Jimmy O’BrienTKO2 (10)
Win79–12–4United States Buddy WalkerKO4 (10)
Loss78–12–4United States Ezzard CharlesUD10
Win78–11–4United States Vern EscoeTKO7 (10)
Win77–11–4United States George ParksKO1 (10)
Win76–11–4United States Curtis SheppardUD12
Win75–11–4United States Holman WilliamsTKO11 (12)
Win74–11–4United States O’Dell RileyKO6 (10)
Loss73–11–4United States Holman WilliamsMD10
Win73–10–4United States Cocoa KidKO8 (10)
Loss72–10–4United States Jimmy BivinsKO6 (10)
Win72–9–4United States Lloyd MarshallTKO10 (10)
Win71–9–4United States George KochanTKO6 (10)
Win70–9–4United States Lloyd MarshallUD10
Win69–9–4United States Teddy RandolphTKO9 (10)
Win68–9–4United States Nate BoldenUD10
Win67–9–4United States Napoleon MitchellKO6 (8)
Win66–9–4United States Bob JacobsTKO9 (10)
Win65–9–4United States Joey JonesTKO2 (8)
Win64–9–4United States Nate BoldenKO9 (10)
Win63–9–4United States Battling MonroeKO6 (10)
Win62–9–4United States Jimmy HaydenKO5 (10)
Win61–9–4United States Louis MaysKO3 (10)
Win60–9–4United States Kenny LaSallePTS10
Loss59–9–4United States Charley BurleyPTS10
Win59–8–4United States Roman StarrTKO2 (10)
Loss58–8–4United States Eddie BookerTKO8 (10)
Win58–7–4United States Amado RodriguezKO1 (10)
Win57–7–4United States Jack ChaseMD10
Win56–7–4Mexico Kid HermosilloTKO5 (10)
Loss55–7–4United States Aaron WadePTS10
Loss55–6–4United States Jack ChaseUD15
Win55–5–4United States Eddie CerdaKO3 (10)
Win54–5–4United States Big Boy HogueTKO5 (10)
Win53–5–4United States Jack ChaseUD15
Win52–5–4United States Jack ChaseKO9
Draw51–5–4United States Eddie BookerDraw12
Win51–5–3United States Jack ChasePTS10
Win50–5–3United States Tabby RomeroKO2 (10)
Win49–5–3United States Shorty HogueTKO2 (10)
Win48–5–3United States Jimmy CasinoTKO5 (10)
Win47–5–3United States Al GlobeTKO2 (10)
Win46–5–3United States Bobby BrittKO3 (10)
Draw45–5–3United States Eddie BookerPTS10
Loss45–5–2United States Shorty HoguePTS10
Win45–4–2United States Clay RowanKO1 (10)
Win44–4–2United States Pancho RamirezKO5 (10)
Win43–4–2Australia Ron RichardsPTS12
Win42–4–2Australia Fred HenneberryTKO7 (12)
Win41–4–2Australia Frank Lindsay (alias tommy Jordan)[18]KO4 (12)
Win40–4–2Australia Joe DelaneyKO2 (12)
Win39–4–2Puerto Rico Atilio SabatinoTKO5 (12)
Win38–4–2Australia Ron RichardsTKO10 (12)
Win37–4–2Australia Jack McNameeTKO4 (12)
Loss36–4–2United States Shorty HoguePTS6
Win36–3–2United States Honey Boy JonesPTS10
Win0–10United States Billy DayKO1 (10)
Draw35–3–2United States Freddie DixonDraw8
Win35–3–1United States Bobby SeamanKO7 (10)
Win34–3–1United States Jack CogginsPTS10
No Contest33–3–1United States Jack CogginsNC8
Loss33–3–1United States Teddy YaroszPTS10
Win33–2–1United States Marty SimmonsUD10
Win32–2–1United States Domenico CeccarelliKO1 (10)
Win31–2–1United States Jack MoranKO1 (10)
Win30–2–1United States Bob TurnerKO2 (8)
Win29–2–1United States Ray LyleKO2 (10)
Win28–2–1United States Bobby YannesTKO2 (10)
Win27–2–1United States Tom HenryTKO4 (6)
Win26–2–1United States Frank RowseyTKO3 (10)
Win25–2–1United States Johnny RomeroKO8 (10)
Win24–2–1United States Lorenzo PedroPTS10
Win23–2–1United States Johnny SikesKO1 (10)
Loss22–2–1United States Johnny RomeroPTS10
Win22–1–1United States Ray VargasKO3 (10)
Win21–1–1United States Jimmy BrentKO1 (6)
Win20–1–1United States Karl LautenschlagerKO2 (6)
Win19–1–1United States Sammy JacksonKO8 (10)
Win18–1–1United States Sammy ChristianPTS5
Win17–1–1United States Chuck VickersKO2 (10)
Win16–1–1United States Charley DawsonTKO5 (5)
Win15–1–1United States Sammy SlaughterPTS10
Loss14–1–1United States Billy AdamsPTS8
Win14–0–1United States Al DublinskyKO3 (6)
Win13–0–1United States Frank HatfieldKO1 (8)
Win12–0–1United States Karl MartinTKO1 (8)
Win11–0–1United States Charley DawsonPTS8
Win10–0–1United States Ham PounderKO2 (8)
Win9–0–1United States Joe HuffKO3 (6)
Draw8–0–1United States Sammy JacksonDraw8
Win7–0–1United States Johnny DavisKO4 (8)
Win6–0–1United States Dynamite PayneKO1 (8)
Win5–0–1United States Sammy JacksonPTS5
Win4–0–1United States Murray AllenKO2 (6)
Draw3–0–1United States Sammy ChristianDraw6
Win3–0United States Murray AllenPTS6
Win2–0United States Kid PocahuntasKO3 (8)
Win1–0United States Billy SimmsKO2 (4)

185 Wins (131 knockouts, 54 decisions), 23 Losses (7 knockouts, 16 decisions), 10 Draws, 1 No Decision[17]

For more information please visit here – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Archie_Moore

Oscar De La Hoya – Greatest Boxers of All Time

Best Boxers of all Time
Nickname(s)The Golden Boy
Weight(s)Super featherweight
Light welterweight
Light middleweight
Height5 ft 10 1⁄2 in (179 cm)
Reach73 in (185 cm)
BornFebruary 4, 1973 (age 46)
East Los Angeles, California, U.S.

Boxing record

Total fights45
Wins by KO30

This Mexican-American professional boxer became a boxing promoter in 2002. In 2018, he became a mixed martial arts (MMA) promoter. As a boxer, he won multiple world titles in six weight classes, including the lineal championship in three weight classes. BoxRec has ranked him as the 11th best boxer of all time, pound for pound. He has been nicknamed “The Golden Boy of boxing” for winning a gold medal in the lightweight division, and “setting a sport back on its feet” in the United States.

Professional boxing record

45 fights39 wins6 losses
By knockout301
By decision95

Top 25 Boxers of 2019-20

10 Greatest Boxers of All Time -  Boxing record

Oleksandr Usyk

Saul Alvarez

Vasyl Lomachenko

Josh Warrington

Eleider Alvarez

Mikey Garcia

Donnie Nietes

Jarrett Hurd

Gennady Golovkin

Ken Shiro

Terence Crawford

Hiroto Kyoguchi

Anthony Joshua

Knockout CP Freshmart

Shawn Porter

Josh Taylor

Jaime Munguia

Deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury

Naoya Inoue

Callum Smith

Kazuto Ioka

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai

Oleksandr Gvozdyk

Kosei Tanaka

(image source google search)