From the bare-knuckle brawls of the past to the high-stakes and technical matches of today, boxing is a sport that has produced some incredible moments, and even more impressive fighters.
Everyone who steps inside the ring, and fights in front of the fans is a warrior, however, there are some champions, who rise above the rest, leaving an indelible mark on the sport and inspiring generations to come.
So, let's honor these boxing legends, and countdown our picks for the top 10 greatest boxers of all time 2023.
No.10 Roy Jones Jr., Middleweight to Heavyweight Boxer
Roy Jones Jr was active from 1989 to 2018, and throughout his career, he amassed an impressive record of 66 wins and 9 losses.
Jones won world championship titles in four different weight classes: middleweight, super middleweight, light heavyweight, and even heavyweight. At the peak of his career, he held multiple world titles, including the WBA, WBC, IBF, IBO, WBF (Federation), IBA, and The Ring light heavyweight championships.
Jones was inducted into the international boxing hall of fame last year.
No.9 Henry Armstrong, Featherweight to Middleweight Boxer
Henry Armstrong was active in the ring from 1931 to 1945, and He brought a new level of excitement and prestige to the lower-weight classes.
Armstrong was a three-division world champion, making history by winning world titles at featherweight, lightweight, and welterweight. His welterweight title reign was particularly impressive, as he set a record of 19 consecutive title defenses.
Armstrong was named fighter of the year by Ring Magazine in 1937, and he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1991.
No.8 Manny Pacquiao, Flyweight to Light middleweight Boxer
"Pacman" is a living legend in the sport of boxing. Manny Pacquiao was active between 1995 and 2021, and throughout his career, he won an incredible 12 world titles in 8 different weight classes.
He is the only eight-division champion in boxing history. He started professional boxing at 16 and won his first world title at just 22 years old. With a record of 62 wins, 8 losses, and 2 draws Pacquiao has been a dominant force in the ring. He was the highest-paid boxer in the world in 2015 and has solidified his position as a future hall of Famer, and one of the greatest boxers of all time.
No.7 Floyd Mayweather Jr., Super featherweight to Light middleweight Boxer
This might be a somewhat controversial entry to this list, but Floyd Mayweather’s achievements are unparalleled in the sport of boxing. He competed between 1996 and 2017 and won 15 world titles across five weight classes.
Also known as "Money", Mayweather became the highest-paid boxer, and athlete as well. He won the Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year award twice and was also named fighter of the decade by the Boxing Writers Association of America.
Mayweather retired with an undefeated professional record of 50 wins and 0 losses. And was inducted into the International boxing hall of fame in 2021.
No.6 Roberto Durán, Super featherweight to Super middleweight Boxer
At number 6, we have the legendary Roberto Durán. Throughout his career, He amassed an incredible record of 103 wins and 16 losses and held world titles in four different weight classes.
Durán's dominance in the lightweight division was particularly remarkable, as he achieved the feat of becoming the undisputed champion of the weight class. Durán was known for his relentless pressure, aggression, and formidable chin.
He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2007 and is widely regarded as one of the greatest boxers of all time.
No.5 Sugar Ray Leonard, Welterweight to Light heavyweight Boxer
Widely regarded as one of the greatest boxers of his era, Sugar Ray Leonard competed in the ring from 1977 to 1997.
Sugar Ray Leonard only fought 40 times during his professional career, but in very few fights, he won world titles in an impressive five weight divisions and held the lineal championship in three separate weight classes. Sugar Ray Leonard also became the undisputed welterweight world champion.
His impressive achievements earned him recognition as a two-time Ring magazine fighter of the year, and he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1997.
No.4 Joe Louis, Heavyweight Boxer
Over the course of his boxing career from 1934 to 1951, Joe Louis boasted an impressive record of 63 wins with only 3 losses.
As the longest reigning heavyweight champion of the world, Louis held the NBA, NYSAC, and The Ring heavyweight titles for over a decade, making 25 consecutive title defenses, which is a world record to this day.
Joe Louis was named Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year 4 times. He passed away at the age of 66, however, his memory lives on as one of the best boxers of all time.
No.3 Rocky Marciano, Heavyweight Boxer
Rocky Marciano competed in the heavyweight division from 1947 to 1955, and through his incredible career, he amassed an undefeated record of 49 wins and 0 losses.
He reigned as the undisputed heavyweight world champion and defended his titles six times before retiring as a unified world champion.
Unfortunately, Rocky Marciano passed away at only 45 years of age. However, his memory lives on as one of the best boxers to ever step into the ring.
No.2 Sugar Ray Robinson, Lightweight to Light heavyweight Boxer
Sugar Ray Robinson rightfully takes the second spot on our list. Throughout his career, which spanned from 1940 to 1965, Robinson captured world titles in two weight classes and boasts the third-longest win streak in professional boxing history, with an impressive 91 consecutive victories.
He achieved a boxing record of 128 wins, only 1 loss and 2 draws, with 84 knockout wins to his name. He is recognized by many as the best pound-for-pound fighter in the history of boxing, and was named "Welterweight of the Century," and "Middleweight of the Century," by The Ring Magazine.
Sugar Ray Robinson passed away in 1989 at the age of 67, but his legacy lives on in the international boxing hall of fame.
No.1 Muhammad Ali, Heavyweight Boxer
At the top of our list, we have the one and only, the greatest, Muhammad Ali. With his unforgettable personality, captivating speeches, and unmatched boxing abilities, Ali captured the hearts of fans around the world and became the most recognizable, and highest-paid boxer of his time.
Starting with a gold medal at the 1960 Olympics, Ali went on to make history as the first boxer to become a three-time heavyweight world champion. A record that remains unbroken to this day.
With a record of 56 wins and just 5 losses, Ali was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1990.
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