Boxing is a sport where two people are involved, usually wearing protective gloves and some important equipment, they punch each other for a predetermined amount of time in a boxing ring. Boxing requires strength, speed endurance, and a physically and mentally strong state of mind to play well. It is one of the highest paying sports and the audience really enjoy seeing matches. so check Top 10 famous boxers.
So ladies and gentlemen, one of the old debates which are going on for a long time who is the greatest. It is very difficult to find out the name who is the best one of all the time after lots of history and research we are going to present the top 10 greatest one boxers of all time.
1. Joe Louis:
Joe Louis is an American professional boxer who competed from 1934 to 1951, also known as “The Man Who Beat The Hitler”. He was also nicknamed Brown Bomber, Joe is also the first person of African-American descent to achieve the status of national worldwide hero. He also has a record of winning 66 matches, losing 3 and 52 knock-out winnings. Not only this in World War II he was the focal point of anti-Nazi sentiment.
2. Muhammad Ali:
Muhammad Ali was an American boxer, he was nicknamed ‘The Greatest’ He started his career at the age of 12 and at 18 he won the gold medal in light heavyweight he has a record of a total of 56 wins out of which 37 were knock out wins, he turns his religion into Muslim after 1961. He was also an actor and writer where he has written two autobiographies.
3. Sugar Ray Robinson:
Sugar Ray Robinson is an American professional boxer, he is the third-longest in professional boxing he held the world welterweight title from 1946 to 1951 and also won the middleweight title. Robin has the record of 173 wins out of which 109 knock out and 6 draws and the 2 matches were no contest match. He is the best fighter of the last 80 years.
4. Jack Johnson:
Jack Johnson whose nickname is known as “Galveston Giant” became the first Black American world heavyweight boxing champion for more than 10 years he doesn’t let his component knock him out he use to humiliate them by knocking them out. He was unbeaten for more than 10 years people use to hate him but he was one of the most famous American African where he has won 73 wins, 40 knockouts, and 13 losses.
5. Jack Dempsey:
Jack Dempsey is an American professional boxer he is one of the most entertaining boxers, his records were 66 wins out, 51 knockouts, and 6 loose. Many of his fights set financial he also had the first million fights in his career due to the aggressive fighting style he was one of the most famous boxers in history.
6. Mike Tyson:
Mike Tyson is an American boxer he is popularly known as “Iron Mike” and later on known as “The Baddest Man on Planet” he is considered as on the greatest heavyweight boxers of all the time he has a record of 50 wins 44 knocks out and lost 6 matches after Muhammad Ali he was the famous boxer in the world.
7. Julio Cesar Chavez:
Julio is a Mexican professional boxer, he is a multiple-time world champion in three weight division he has a record of 107 ins 80 knocks out and lost 6 matches he also has not lost any match in 10 years he is one of the tough fighters and he is also a very famous and greatest fighter in Mexico.
8. Rocky Marciano:
Rocky Marciano is an American professional boxer, he is the only heavyweight champion to finish his career undefeated. He is also one of the hardest punchers of all time, he has a record of 49 wins out, 43 knockouts out, and lost zero matches.
9. Henry Armstrong:
Henry is one of the few fighters who have to win three or more different divisions; featherweight, lightweight and welterweight. He has a boxing era from 1931 to 1988, he have record of 150 win, 100 knock out and 21 were lost matches. He is the second greatest fighter of all time.
10. Willie Pep:
Willie is an American professional boxer, he held the world featherweight Championship twice the year of 1942 and 1950, he has a record of 229 wins, 65 knockouts out and 11 matches lost. In 2005 he also ranks No.1 featherweight of all-time by the International boxing Research Organizations.