Top Unbeaten Boxers Narrowing down with Benavidez – Alvarez Loser!

By Ken Hissner - 11/27/2023 - Comments

David Benavidez, 28-0, 24 stoppages after stopping former WBO Middleweight champion Demetrius “Boo Boo” Andrade, 32-1, 19 stoppages, both USA, Saturday the top unbeaten boxers now have one less as a result.

Some of the top unbeaten boxers are:

WBA, WBC, and WBO Welterweight champion Terence “Bud” Crawford, 40-0, with 31 stoppages, USA. He will be meeting former champion Errol “The Truth” Spence, Jr., 28-1, USA, in a rematch.

Crawford, a heavy favorite, says after defeating Spence, he wants IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO Super Middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, 60-2-2.

Heavyweights WBC champion Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury, 34-0-1, 24 stoppages, UK. Olympic Gold Medalist, WBA, WBO, and IBF champion Oleksandr Usyk, 21-0, 14 stoppages, Ukraine, will meet possibly in January.

With Fury, you never know if and when he will retire, especially after his recent flop in an exhibition.

WBA Light Heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol, 21-0, 11 stoppages. WBC, WBO and IBF champion Artur Beterbiev, 19-0, 19 stoppages, both of Russia.

Bivol meets IBO champion Lyndon “King Arthur” Arthur, 23-1, December 23rd in the UK. Beterbiev meets Callum “Mundo” Smith, 29-1, UK, January 13th in Quebec, Canada.

Bivol was the 2022 “Fighter of the Year,” defeating Mexico’s former WBO champion Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, 44-0, and IBF, WBA, WBC and WBO Super Middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, 57-1-2.

WBC Silver Super Middleweight champion Jaime Munguia, 42-0, 33 stoppages, Mexico. WBO Super Welterweight champion Tim “The Soul Taker” Tszyu, 24-0, 17 stoppages, Australia.

IBF Welterweight champion Jaron “Boots” Ennis, 31-0, 28 stoppages, USA. WBO NABO champion Giovani “Gall de Oro” Santillan, 32-0, with 17 stoppages, USA.

Super Lightweight Brandun Lee, 28-0, with 23 stoppages, USA. Both Santillan and Lee are now with David McWater’s Split-T Management.

IBF, WBA, and WBO Lightweight champion Devin “The Dream” Haney, 30-0, 15 stoppages, USA. He meets WBA Super Lightweight champion Regis “Rougarou” Prograis, 29-1, December 9th in San Francisco, California. Haney says with a win, he will move up to welterweight.

WBA World Lightweight champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis, 29-0, with 27 stoppages, USA. He’s been inactive due to problems outside of boxing.

WBC and WBO Super Bantamweight champion Naoya Inoue, 25-0, 22 stoppages, Japan. He meets IBF and WBA Super Bantamweight champion Marlon “Nightmare” Tapales, 37-3, in a unification bout on December 26th in Tokyo, Japan.

WBC Middleweight champion Jermall “Hit Man” Charlo, 33-0, with 2 stoppages, USA, out due to not fighting for two years, returned Saturday, defeating Jose “El Phoenix” Benavidez Jr, 28-2-1, by a lopsided decision. Jermall now wants his brother David Benavidez and then Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.

Some current future unbeaten boxers are Cuban heavyweight Frank “The Cuban Flash” Sanchez, 23-0 with 16 stoppages, out of the USA.

Two of the four cruiserweight champions unbeaten are WBA champion France’s Areen Goulamarian, 27-0, and IBF champion Jai Opetaia, 23-0, out of Australia.

Light heavyweight Dan “Super” Azeez is 20-0 out of the UK. Super Middleweights Christian Mbilli, 25-0, out of France, Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanga, 21-0, out of USA, and Erik Bazinyan, 31-0, out of Armenia and Canada.

WBO and IBF Middleweight champion Ihanibek Alinkhanuly, 15-0, of KAZ. Super Welterweight Magobed “Black Lion” Kurbanov, 25-0, out of Russia.

WBA Continental Welterweight champion Conor ‘The Destroyer’ Benn, 22-0, out of the UK. WBO Inter-continental champion Arnold Barboza, Jr., 28-0, out of USA. Lightweight William Zepeda, 29-0, out of Mexico.

IBF Super Featherweight champion Joe Cordina, 17-0, out of the UK. Super Featherweight Andres Cortes, 20-0, out of USA. IBF International Featherweight champion Luis “The Twist” Nunez, 19-0, out of DR. Super Bantamweight Alan Romero, 26-0-1, out of Mexico.

Bantamweight David “El General” Cuellar, 25-0, out of Mexico. WBO Super Flyweight champion Junto Nakatani, 26-0, out of Japan.

Three Flyweight world champions, starting with WBA champion Arten Dalakian, 22-0, out of AZER and UKR. IBF champion Sunny Edwards, 20-0, out of the UK, and WBO champion Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez, 18-0, out of the USA.

There you have it: some of the top unbeaten boxers are active today!