Unbeaten Champions and Unbeaten Contenders!
By Ken Hissner: Recently, I wrote an article on world champions who retired unbeaten. This article will mention today’s unbeaten world champions, minor champions, and unbeaten contenders with at least 24 wins.
In the heavyweights, there is former WBA, WBO, IBF, and WBC Cruiserweight champion and current WBA, WBO, and IBF champion southpaw Oleksandr Usyk, 21-0 with 14 knockouts from Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine.
WBC champion is Tyson ‘The Gypsy King’ Fury, 33-0-1 with 24 knockouts from Morecambe, UK.
In the Cruiserweights WBA Super World champion Arsen ‘Feroz’ Goulamirian, 27-0 with 18 knockouts from Yerevan, Armenia. IBF champion southpaw Jai Opetaia, 22-0 with 17 knockouts from Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
In the Light heavyweights WBA champion Dmitrii Bivol, 21-0 with 11 knockouts of Tokmak, Kyrgyzstan. IBF, WBC, and WBO champion is Artur Beterbiev, 19-0 with 19 knockouts from Khasavyurt, Russia, who fights out of Montreal, Canada.
WBC Mediterranean champ Fatih Altunkaya, 31-0 with 29 knockouts, is a Turk out of Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany.
In the Super middleweights WBC Interim World Super Middleweight champ David ‘El Bandera Roja Red Flag’ Benavidez, 27-0 with 23 knockouts from Las Vegas, Nevada.
WBA Silver Super Middle champ Jaime Munguia, 42-0 with 33 knockouts out of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
Former WBO Middleweight champ Demetrius ‘Boo Boo’ Andrade, 32-0 with 19 knockouts of Providence, RI.
WBA World Super Middle champ southpaw David ‘Osvary’ Morrell, 9-0 with 8 knockouts from Cuba and Minneapolis, MN.
WBA International and WBC Continental Americas Super Middle champ Christian ‘Solide’ Mbilli, 25-0 with 21 knockouts from Cameroon and Pomic, Loire-Atlantique, France.
NABF Super Middle champ Erik Bazinyank 30-0 with 21 knockouts from Yerevan, Armenia, out of Laval, Quebec, Canada.
WBC Middleweight champ Jermall ‘Hit Man’ Charlo, 32-0 with 22 knockouts from Houston, Texas, who hasn’t fought in two years.
IBF Middle champ Vincenzo ‘Il Capo’ Gualtieri, 21-0-1 with 7 knockouts from Wuppertal, Germany. WBO champ southpaw Zhanibek Alimkhanuly, 14-0 from Zhilandy, Kazakhstan.
WBO International Super Welter champ Magomed ‘Black Lion’ Kurbanov, 25-0 with 13 knockouts from Ekaterinburg, Russia.
WBO Interim World Super Welter champ Tim ‘The Soul Taker’ Tszyu, 23-0 with 17 knockouts from Rockdale, New South Wales, Australia.
IBA World Super Welter champ David Papot, 27-0-1 with 4 knockouts from Saint-Nazaire, Loire-Atlantique, France.
Former WBO, WBA, WBC, and IBF Light Welter champ and current WBO, WBA, WBC, and IBF Welter champ Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford, 40-0 with 31 knockouts from Omaha, Nebraska.
IBF Interim World Welter champ Jaron ‘Boots’ Ennis, 31-0 with 28 knockouts from Philadelphia, PA.
Brian ‘The Assassin ll’ Norman, Jr., 24-0 with 19 knockouts from Conyers, GA.
Alessandro ‘Rognoso’ Riguccini, 28-0 with 24 knockouts from Sansepolcro, Toscana, Italy.
Jordy ‘El Gitano’ Weiss, 30-0-1 with 3 knockouts from Laval, Mayenne, France
WBA, WBC, WBO, and IBF Light champ Devin Haney, 30-0 with 15 knockouts from Las Vegas, NV.
Brandon Lee, 28-0 with 23 knockouts from La Quinta, CA.
IBF World Super Feather champ Joe Cordina, 16-0 with 9 knockouts from Cardiff, Wales.
WBO Super Bantam World champ Naoya ‘Monster’ Inoue, 25-0 with 22 knockouts from Yokohama, Japan.
Alan ‘Rey’ Picasso Romero, 25-0-1 with 14 knockouts from Mexico City, Mexico.
Kevin ‘Chacal’ Gonzalez, 26-0-1 with 13 knockouts from Culica, Mexico
IBF World Super Fly champ Fernando Martinez, 16-0 with nine knockouts from Bueno Aires, Argentina.
David ‘El General’ Cuellar Contreras, 25-0 with 17 knockouts from Queretaro, Mexico.
WBA World Fly champ Artem Dalakian, 22-0, with 15 knockouts from Baku, AZU, and Kyiv, Ukraine.
World Fly champ Sunny ‘Showtime’ Edwards, 20-0 with 4 knockouts from Croydon, UK.
WBO World Fly southpaw Jesse ‘Bam’ Rodriguez, 18-0 with 11 knockouts from San Antonio, Texas.
IBF Light Fly champ Sivenathi Nontahinga, 12-0 with 9 knockouts from Zambia
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