Top 10 Boxers of All Time

10. Archie Moore

Archie  Moore

Weight(s) : Middleweight Light heavyweight Heavyweight  Nicknamed "The Mongoose", he had one of the longest professional careers in the history of the sport, competing from 1935 to 1963.After his retirement he had trained muhammad Ali and James Tillis.

9. Manny Pacquiao 

Manny Pacquiao

Weight(s) : – Flyweight – Super bantamweight – Featherweight – Super featherweight – Lightweight – Light welterweight – Welterweight – Light middleweight "Pac-Man" has been in The Ring's top 10 in four different decades and was the only boxer who managed to win major world titles in 8 different weight classes. 

8. Ezzard Charles

Ezzard Charles

Weight(s) : Middleweight Light heavyweight Heavyweight  After returning from World War II, Charles had a 39-1 record, with a 20-1 mark against opponents ranked in The Ring's 'top 10' 

7. Willie Pep

Willie  Pep

Weight(s) : Featherweight Pep boxed a total of 1,956 rounds in the 241 bouts during his lengthy career of 26 years, a considerable number of rounds and bouts even for a fighter of his era. His final record was 229–11–1 with 65 knockouts. 

6. Floyd Mayweather

 Floyd Mayweather

Weight(s) : – Super featherweight – Lightweight – Light welterweight – Welterweight – Light middleweight As a professional boxer he competed between 1996 and 2017,  "Money" had managed to beat 15 world champions in a row before his retirement bout. 

5. Émile Griffith

Émile Griffith

Weight(s) : Welterweight Light middleweight Middleweight  "The Kid" fought in 111 matches during his 18-year boxing career , with almost half of these matches being against the top 10 fighters in their division. 

4. Tony Canzoneri

Tony Canzoneri

Weight(s) : Bantamweight Featherweight Lightweight Light Welterweight  A three-division world champion,Tony held a total of five world titles. Canzoneri is a member of the exclusive group of boxing world champions who have earned titles in three or more divisions.  

3. Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

Weight(s) :  Heavyweight  Nicknamed The Greatest, Ali is regularly ranked as the greatest heavyweight boxer of all time. He fought in several historic boxing matches, such as his highly publicized fights with Sonny Liston, Joe Frazier (including the Fight of the Century and the Thrilla in Manila.

2. Joe Louis

 Joe  Louis

Weight(s) :  Heavyweight  Nicknamed "The Brown Bomber", this American professional boxer who fought from 1934 to 1951. Joe emerged victorious in 25 consecutive title defenses, a challenging record set for all weight classes.  

1. Sugar Ray Robinson

Sugar Ray Robinson

Weight(s) : -Lightweight – Welterweight – Middleweight – Light heavyweight a remarkably versatile boxer, Ray fought between 1977 and 1997, winning world titles in five weight divisions; the lineal championship in three weight divisions(3) as well as the undisputed welterweight title.