Who Is the Best of the 40 Unbeaten Champions?
By Ken Hissner: The heavyweights have WBC champion Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury at 33-0-1 with 24 knockouts from the UK. WBA, WBO, and IBF champion Oleksandr Usyk 20-0 with 13 knockouts from UKR.
WBO Interim champion Joe “Juggernaut” Joyce, 15-0 with 14 knockouts from the UK. WBO Continental Americas and WBO NABO champion Cuban Frank “The Cuban Flash” Sanchez, 21-0 with 14 knockouts from the UK.
WBA Cruiser champion Areen Goulamirian, 27-0 with 18 knockouts from France. IBF champion Jai Opetaia, 22-0 with 17 knockouts from Australia. WBO Cruiser champion Lawrence “The Sauce” Okolie, 18-0 with 14 knockouts from the UK.
WBA Light Heavyweight champion Dmitrii Bivol, 21-0, with 11 knockouts from Kyrgyzstan and Russia. WBC, WBO, and IBF champion Artur Beterbiev, 18-0 with 18 knockouts from Russia and Canada.
WBC Interim Super Middleweight champion David Benavidez, 26-0, with 23 knockouts from the USA. WBA International and Continental Americas champion Christian “Solide” Mbilli, 23-0, with 20 knockouts from Cameroon and France.
WBO NABO champion Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanga, 20-0 with 16 knockouts from the USA. Former WBO Middleweight champ Demetrius “Boo Boo” Andrade, 32-0, with 19 knockouts from the USA.
WBC Middleweight champion Jermall “Hit Man” Charlo, 32-0, with 22 knockouts from the USA. Jaime Munguia, 41-0 with 33 knockouts from Mexico.
WBC Interim Super Welterweight champion Sebastian “The Towering Inferno” Fundora, 20-0-1 with 13 knockouts from the USA. WBO Globa champion Tim Tszyu, 21-0 with 15 knockouts from Australia.
WBA, WBC, and IBF Welterweight champion Errol “The Truth” Spence, Jr., 28-0 with 22 knockouts from the USA. WBO champion Terence “Bud” Crawford, 39-0 with 30 knockouts from the USA. WBO International champion Vergil Ortiz, Jr., 19-0 with 19 knockouts from the USA. IBF Interim champion Jaron “Boots” Ennis, 30-0 with 27 knockouts from the USA.
IBO Inter-Continental champion Zhankosh “Da Kazakh Kid” Turaov, 26-0 with 19 knockouts from KAZ and USA. WBA World Super Lightweight champion Alberto “La Avispa” Puello, 21-0, with ten knockouts from DR and USA. WBO and IBF champion Josh ‘The Tornado’ Taylor, 19-0 with 13 knockouts from Scotland, UK. Ryan “King Ry” Garcia, 23-0 with 19 knockouts from the USA. WBO Intercontinental champion Arnold Barboza, Jr, 27-0 with ten knockouts from the USA.
WBA, WBC, WBO, and IBF champion Devin “The Dream” Haney, 29-0 with 15 knockouts from the USA. WBA Light champ Gervonta “Tank” Davis, 28-0 with 26 knockouts from the USA. WBA Continental Americas champion William “Camaron” Zepeda, 27-0, with 23 knockouts from Mexico. Former WBC and WBO Super Featherweight champion Shakur Stevenson, 19-0 with 19 knockouts.
IBO Pan Pacific, IBO Intercontinental, WBA Oceania, WBC Asian Council Super Featherweight champion Paul “Showtime” Fleming, 28-0-1 with 18 knockouts from Australia. IBF World Super Featherweight champion Shavkatdzhon “Shere Kahn” Rakhimov, 17-0-1 with 14 knockouts from Tajikistan and USA.
WBC World Featherweight champion Rey Vargas, 36-0, with 22 knockouts from Mexico.
WBC and WBO Super Bantamweight champion Stephen “Cool Boy Steph” Fulton, 28-0, with 21 knockouts from the USA.
WBA, WBC, WBO, and IBF Bantamweight champion Naoya “Monster” Inoue, 24-0 with 21 knockouts from Japan.
WBC World Super Flyweight Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez, 17-0 with 11 knockouts from the USA.
WBO World Flyweight champion Junto Nakatani, 24-0 with 18 knockouts from Japan. WBA World Flyweight champion Artem Dalakian, 21-0, with 15 knockouts from Azerbaijan and UKR. IBF World Flyweight champion Sunny “Showtime” Edwards, 19-0, with four knockouts from the UK.
WBA World Super Mini champion Thamanoon Niyomtrong, 24-0 with nine knockouts from Thailand.
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