Top 10 Greatest Boxers Of All Time

10. Archie Moore

Archie Moore

He fought for 28 years and had the most knockout victories. Despite the fact that it took him 17 years to win the world championship. Archie Moore (183-23-10-132 KO) is a boxing legend .

9. Manny Pacquiao

Manny Pacquiao

Pac-Man has appeared in The Ring's top ten list four times. At the age of 19, he won his first world title by KO over Chatchai Sasakul. In eight areas, he has made an impression.

8. Ezzard Charles

Ezzard Charles

Charles compiled a 39-1 record, including a 20-1 record against opponents in The Ring's 'top 10' at light heavyweight and heavyweight. From middleweight to heavyweight, the 'Cincinnati Cobra' (95-25-1, 52 KO) competed against the best.

7. Willie Pep

Willie Pep

Pep's record now stands at 134-1, with a fresh undefeated streak of 73 fights and an aircraft accident sandwiched in the middle. Guglielmo Papaleo was his true name.

6. Floyd Mayweather

Floyd Mayweather

 Floyd took home awards in five different categories. From his first title defence against Genaro Hernandez through his final fight against Conor McGregor, he has been a champion.

5. Émile Griffith

Émile Griffith

Griffith (85-24-2, 23 KO) dominated the welterweight and middleweight divisions from the early 1960s through the mid-1970s, winning five world titles against great fighters.

4. Tony Canzoneri

Tony Canzoneri

He defeated 40 of the top ten fighters in the world, 11 of them were defending champions or number one contenders. It's important recalling that there weren't as many belts back then as there are now.

3. Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali

He continued to defeat top-ranked fighters during his three-year post-suspension career, facing 37 top-10 opponents in 61 contests. Ali earned his shot by defeating four of the top ten fighters in the world.

2. Joe Louis

Joe Louis

The Brown Bomber ruled for a decade, defending his title a record 25 times against the greatest of his period. Seventeen of Louis's 25 defences (66-3, 52 KO) were against top ten boxers.

1. Sugar Ray Robinson

Sugar Ray Robinson

In his division, he earned 14 victories over champions or top contenders. Remember that he defeated LaMotta in 13 seconds to win the title. Ray Robinson (174-19-6, 109 knockouts) had unbeaten streaks of 40 and 91 fights, respectively.