Almost “Perfect” with So Many No Longer Have An ‘0’!

By Boxing News - 05/21/2023 - Comments

By Ken Hissner: The first that comes to mind is former world heavyweight champion Gene “The Fighting Marine” Tunney at 65-1-1 with 48 stoppages from 1915 to 1928, only losing to one of the greatest pound for pound fighters in Harry “The Pittsburgh Windmill” Greb, 195-10-16 for the American Light Heavyweight title in May of 1922.

Tunney would go on to defeat Greb in February and December in 1923, a draw in September 1924, and defeat in March 1925. He was from Greenwich, CT.

Some of today’s active boxers with 25 or more fights and others in the past are the following, starting with male heavyweights:

Michael Spinks, 31-1 with 21 stoppages, St. Louis, MO., Riddick “Big Daddy” Bowe, 43-1 with 33 stoppages, from Ft. Washington, MD, Zhilei Zhang, 25-1-1, from China, Murat “Iron” Gassiev 30-1 with 23 stoppages from Russia, Otto Wallin, 25-1 with 14 stoppages from Sweden.

Light Heavyweights:

Callum ‘Mundo’ Smith, 29-1, with 21 stoppages from the United Kingdom. Gilberto “Zurso” Ramirez, 44-1 with 30 stoppages from Mexico, Henry “Gentleman” Maske, 31-1 with 11 stoppages from Germany

Super Middleweight:

Tyron Zeuge, 25-1-1 with 15 stoppages from Germany, Damian Jonak, 43-1-2, with 22 stoppages from Poland


Mark Holmes, 38-1 with 17 from Easton, PA

Super Welterweight:

Jermell “Iron Man” Charlo, 35-1-1 with 19 stoppages of Richmond, Texas


Roiman Villa, 26-1 with 24 stoppages from Venezuela

Super Lightweights:

Regis “Rougarou” Prograis, 28-1 with 24 stoppages from Houston, Texas, Jose “Jaguar” Carlos Ramirez, 28-1 with 18 stoppages from Avenal, California, Paul “The Pittsburgh Kid” Spadafora, 49-1-1 with 19 stoppages, Pittsburgh, PA, Aaron “Hawk” Pryor, 39-1 with 35 stoppages, Cincinnati, OH


Oscar Durate Jurado, 25-1-1 with 20 stoppages from Mexico, Tyrone Everett, 36-1 with 20 stoppages, Phiadelphia, PA

Super Featherweights:

Emanuel “Vaquero” Navarrete, 37-1 with 31 stoppages of Mexico


Rey Vargas, 36-1 with 22 stoppages from Mexico

Super Bantamweights:

Luis “Pantera” Nery 34-1 with 26 stoppages from Mexico


Prince Patel, 27-1-2 with 22 stoppages of United Kingdom, Tasana Salapat, 70-1 with 50 stoppages from Thailand

Female Super Middleweights:

Christina Hammer, 28-1 with 13 stoppages from Kazakhstan and Germany, Ann “Brown Sugar” Wolfe, 24-1 with 16 stoppages from Waco, Texas

Super Welterweights:

Mary Jo Sanders, 25-1-1 with 8 stoppages from Auburn Hills, Michigan

Can you ADD any that I am missing?