It’s time to go back to our top 20 pound for pound list after all of the major fights over the past month. We’ve been holding out on making our latest update, awaiting the Floyd Mayweather vs. Robert Guerrero results. With another dominant victory for Mayweather, his place as the number 1 pound for pound fighter in the world is secure.
However, there has been plenty of other action which does indeed warrant changes to our list. Dive in below and take a look the who’s who of the Sweet Science today.
—> Updated Top 20 Pound for Pound List
How high does Saul “Canelo” Alvarez go after his victory over Austin Trout? How far does Nonito Donaire drop from his loss to Guillermo Rigondeaux, and where does The Jackal get slotted from that win? How about Abner Mares and his latest triumph, toppling Daniel Ponce de Leon in his featherweight debut? Do Robert Guerrero and Brian Viloria get ousted from the list with their latest setbacks?
Lots of great fighters have been in action, and so our pound for pound list has definitely been changed up quite a bit.
Of course, with all of these great fights recently, we’ve also had to update a handful of our top 10 divisional rankings as well. So we have the latest:
- Top 10 Welterweight Division Rankings
- Top 10 Junior Welterweight Division Rankings
- Top 10 Featherweight Division Rankings
- Top 10 Super Bantamweight Division Rankings
Be sure to take a look at all of our updated divisional rankings and our latest top pound for pound boxing list, and as always, chime in with your own thoughts below.