The Best Boxers From Around the World!

By Ken Hissner: From South America Argentina’s world Middle champ Carlos Monzon, 87-3-9 (59), 1948 Olympic Gold Medalist and world Fly champ Pascual Perez, 84-7-1 (54), and 2 division world champ Omar Narvaez, 49-4-2 (25) and 27 defenses.

From Colombia Light Welter world champ Antonio Cervantes, 67-12-1 (37), and World Middle champ Rodrigo Valdez, 63-8-2 (43). From Venezuela 2 division world champ Edwin Valero, 27-0 (27). From Brazil 2 division world champ Eder Jofre, 72-2-4 (50).

From Central America Panama 4 division world champ Roberto Duran, 103-16 (70), and world Feather champ Eusebio Pedroza, 41-6-1 (25). Nicaragua 3 division world champ Alexis Arguello, 77-8 (62), and 4 division world champ Roman Gonzalez, 51-4 (41).

From Mexico, 3 division world champ Julio Cesar Chavez, 107-6-2 (85) and 33 defenses, Feather world champ Salvador Sanchez, 44-1-1 (32), 4 division world champ Saul Alvarez, 59-2-2 (39) and 2 division world champ Ricardo Lopez, 51-0-1 (38) and 24 defenses.

From Cuba welter world champs Kid Gavilan, 108-30-5 (28), Louis Rodriguez, 107-13 (49) and Jose Napoles, 81-7 (54).

From Puerto Rico, 3 division world champ Wilfredo Gomez, 44-3-1 (42), and 3 division world champ Felix Trinidad, 42-3 (35). From the Virgin Islands 2 division world champ Julian Jackson, 55-6 (49).

From Africa 2 division world champ Ghana’s Azumah Nelson, 38-6-2 (27).

From Asia 2 division world champ Japan’s Fighting Harada, 55-7 (22). From Thailand world Fly champ Pongsaklek Wonjongkam, 91-5-2 (47) and 21 defenses. From the Philippines 6 division world champ Manny Pacquiao, 62-8-2 (39). South Korea’s world Light Fly champ Myung-Woo Yuh, 38-1 (14). Indonesia’s world Feather champ Chris John, 48-1-3 (22).

Ukraine heavy champs Wladimir Klitschko from Europe, 64-5 (53) and 23 defenses, and Vitali Klitschko, 45-2 (41).

Poland’s 2-division world champ Darius Michalczeweki, 48-2 (38) and 23 defenses. Germany’s super middle world champ Sven Ottke, 34-0 (6) and 21 defenses.

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Spain’s Luis Folledo, 131-6-2 (60), and World Light champ Pedro Carrasco, 105-3-2 (67). Italy’s 1960 Olympic Gold Medalist and middle world champ Nino Benvenutti, 82-7-1 (35). Kazakhstan’s middle world champ Gennadiy Golovkin, 42-2-1 (37) and 23 defenses.

From Wales super middle champ Joe Calzaghe, 46-0 (32) and 21 defenses, and world Fly champ Jimmy Wilde, 137-4-1 (99). From UK world heavy champ Lennox Lewis, 41-2-1 (32).

From Canada Sam Langford, 178-30-38 (106).

From the USA 3-time heavy champ Muhammad Ali, 56-5 (37), Joe Louis, 66-3 (52) and 25 defenses, Rocky Marciano, 49-0 (43) and Larry Holmes, 69-6 (44).

Two division world champ Ray Robinson, 174-19-6 (109), 3 division world champ Henry Armstrong, 149-21-10 (99), and 26 defenses.

Middle world champ Harry Greb, 108-8-3 (49), 5 division world champ Floyd Mayweather, Jr., 50-0 (27) and 26 defenses, 6 division world champ Oscar De La Hoya, 39-6 (30), 2 division world champ Bernard Hopkins, 55-8-2 (32) and 21 defenses, 4 division world champ Roy Jones, Jr., 66-19 (47), 1976 Olympic Gold Medalist, 5 division world champ Ray Leonard, 36-3-1 (25) and 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist and 4 division world champ Pernell Whitaker, 40-4-1 (17).

Note () means knockouts and at least 20 defenses in order to be shown.