If there’s one weight class that people love to watch the most, it’s gotta be the heavyweights. This is for several reasons but the main is due to the fact that anything can happen at any given time just look at the unified heavyweight champion, Andy Ruiz stopping Anthony Joshua at Madison Square Garden ending Joshua’s undefeated streak. Today, we will be talking about the ten greatest heavyweights of all time!
Cruiserweight boxing has always been underrated and I believe that’s because the division is in the shadows of the heavyweight division who are just essentially bigger cruiserweights. The cruiserweight division looks different all the time with every year something changed. For example, Oleksandr Usyk had all four titles last year but this year he’s heading up to heavyweight and now we have three different champions and the WBC championship has no champ. But today we’re not looking at what cruiserweight boxing looks like today but who the greatest cruiserweight boxers are.
In my opinion, light heavyweight is often forgot about especially nowadays. I’d consider myself as a knowledgeable boxing fan and can list many boxers from many weights but I often find myself struggling to name light heavyweights, you’ve got: Bivol, Kovalev, Gvozdyk, Badou Jack, Browne and the list fades but we’re not looking at current boxing, we’re taking a bigger look and judging who we think are the greatest light heavyweights are of all time.
The middleweight division has always been one of my favourite divisions in boxing even today with the likes of Canelo Alvarez, Gennady Golovkin and Billy-Joe Saunders. All time, you’ve got some great names and really top fighters and today we’ll be looking at the ten greatest middleweights of all time.
I love the welterweight division, I think it may actually be my favourite division in boxing. The excitement of names such as Terrence Crawford and Errol Spence Jr - the thought of them one day fighting is very exciting for boxing fans worldwide. You’ve also got names like Manny Pacquiao, Amir Khan and Keith Thurman. The division has been stacked for years and today we’re taking an in-depth look at the greatest welterweights of all time.
The lightweight division in has always been exciting and it’s got a lot of eyes on it nowadays, thanks to the pound for pound best boxer in the world, Vasyl Lomachenko who doesn’t feature on this list but after he retires, he may be and very high. This list features the ten greatest Lightweight boxers of all time so let’s get to it.