Current Top Fifteen Records of Boxers Going Into 2022!
By Ken Hissner: Panya “Petchmanee CP Freshmart” Pradabsri, 37-1 (23), WBC Mini champ from Thailand. In November of 2021, he defeated Chayaphon Moonsri, 54-0. On January 25th, they will be in a re-match.
Chayaphon Moonsri, 55-1 (19), former WBC Mini champ from Thailand. He lost for the first time in November to Panya Pradabsri, 37-1, and both were scheduled in a rematch on January 25th.
Donnie “Ahas” Nietes, 43-1-6 (23), WBO Int’l Super Fly champ from the Philippines. In his last fight in December 2021, he was held to a draw by Norbelto Jimenez, 30-9-5.
Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez, 50-3 (41), former WBA Super Fly champ from Nicaragua. He was 46-0 when he lost to Wiksaksil Wangek, 42-4-1 in back-to-back fights. In his last battle in March of 2021, he lost to Juan Estrada, 42-3, and is scheduled in March in a rematch.
Wiksaksil Wangek, 50-5-1 (43), former WBC Super Fly champ, from Thailand. He is scheduled for February against Carlos Cuadras, 39-4-1.
Juan ”El Gallo” Francisco Estrada, 42-3 (28), WBA World Super World Super Fly champ, from Mexico. He is scheduled in March in a rematch with Ramon Gonzales.
Rey Vargas, 35-0 (23), former WBC World Super Bantam champ, from Mexico. In his last fight, he defeated Leonardo Baez, 21-4.
Oscar Valdez, 30-0 (23), WBC World Super Feather champ, from Mexico. In his last fight in September, he defeated Olympic Gold medalist Robson Conceicao, 16-0.
Gervonta “Tank” Davis, 26-0 (24), WBA World Light champ, from Baltimore, Maryland. In December, he won the WBA World Light title defeating Isaac Cruz, 22-1-1.
Terence “Bud” Crawford, 38-0 (29), WBO World Welter champ, from Omaha, Nebraska. In his last fight in November, he stopped former IBF and WBC champ Shawn Porter. It’s rumored he may move up in weight.
Errol “The Truth” Spence, 27-0 (21), IBF and WBC World Welter champ, from Desoto, Texas. He is scheduled to fight WBA champ Yordenis Ugas in a unification match, awaiting a date. His last fight was in December 2020, defeating WBC champ Danny “Swift” Garcia, 36-2.
It’s been a year. Gennadiy “GGG” Golovkin, 41-1-1 (36), IBF and IBO World Middle champ, from KAZ, and L.A., California. GGG didn’t fight in 2021, being his December bout with WBA champ Murata in Japan was canceled due to the pandemic.
Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, 57-1-2 (39), WBA, WBC, WBO, and IBF World Super Middle champ, from Mexico. In 2021 being recognized as “Fighter of the Year” in some circles, he had three wins.
In February, he stopped Avni Yildirim, 21-2, in 3 rounds at the Miami Gardens, Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, FL. In May of 2021, in a unification bout, he stopped WBO champ Billy Joe Saunders, 30-0, in 8 rounds at the AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX.
In this third match in November, he stopped IBF champ Caleb Plant, 21-0, in 11 rounds. He is planning to move up to light heavyweight and challenge for a world title in 2022.
Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, 43-0 (29), former WBO World Super Middle champ, from Mexico. He had two wins in 2021. In July, he knocked out Sullivan Barrera, 22-3, in 4 rounds Banc at California Stadium, Los Angeles, CA.
In December, he stopped Yunieski Gonzalez, 21-3, in 10 rounds at the AT&T Stadium, in Arlington, TX. He’s looking to move up to light heavyweight and challenge one of the champs in 2022.
Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury, 31-0-1 (22), WBC World Heavy champ, from UK and Henderson, Nevada. He is looking to defend his title in 2022. Dillian Whyte is one of those talked about.
What will 2022 hold for these top record Fifteen Boxers?
- Juan Estrada vs. Roman Gonzalez trilogy postponed
- Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte purse bid extended to Jan.26th
- Canelo Alvarez doesn’t impress says Nacho Beristain
- Anthony Joshua says he’s going take Oleksandr Usyk’s titles away from him