Boxing is a sport that’s as much about endurance and strategy as it is about the physical prowess of boxers. Over the years, the world has witnessed numerous boxers who have carved a niche for themselves by remaining undefeated throughout their career. Here’s a list of the top 10 undefeated boxers of all time, along with a snapshot of their most notable matches.
1. Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Regarded by many as the best pound-for-pound boxer of his generation, Floyd Mayweather Jr. boasts a pristine record in professional boxing.
|49||Andre Berto||Sept 12, 2015|
|48||Manny Pacquiao||May 2, 2015|
|45||Canelo Alvarez||Sept 14, 2013|
2. Rocky Marciano
The Brockton Blockbuster, as he was affectionately called, is the only heavyweight champion to retire undefeated.
|49||Archie Moore||Sept 21, 1955|
|48||Roland La Starza||Sept 24, 1953|
|42||Joe Walcott||May 15, 1953|
3. Joe Calzaghe
The pride of Wales, Calzaghe dominated the super middleweight and light heavyweight divisions.
|46||Roy Jones Jr.||Nov 8, 2008|
|45||Bernard Hopkins||Apr 19, 2008|
|44||Mikkel Kessler||Nov 3, 2007|
4. Andre Ward
A brilliant tactician, Ward held multiple world championships in two weight classes.
|32||Sergey Kovalev||Jun 17, 2017|
|31||Sergey Kovalev||Nov 19, 2016|
|28||Sullivan Barrera||Mar 26, 2016|
5. Terry Marsh
A British boxing sensation, Marsh had a career that was cut short but remained undefeated.
|26||Chris Pyatt||Mar 4, 1987|
|24||Joe Manby||Nov 26, 1986|
|22||Akio Kameda||Jun 4, 1986|
6. Ricardo Lopez
Lopez dominated the minimumweight division and later the light flyweight division.
|51||Zolani Petelo||Oct 2, 1999|
|49||Will Grigsby||Mar 13, 1999|
|48||Rosendo Alvarez||May 29, 1998|
7. Dmitry Pirog
A gem from Russia, Pirog made waves in the middleweight division.
|20||Nobuhiro Ishida||May 1, 2012|
|18||Javier Francisco Maciel||Sep 25, 2011|
|16||Danny Jacobs||Jul 31, 2010|
8. Edwin Valero
Valero, known for his incredible power, became a champion in two weight divisions.
|27||Antonio DeMarco||Feb 6, 2010|
|26||Hector Velazquez||Apr 4, 2009|
|25||Vicente Mosquera||Aug 5, 2006|
9. Ji-Won Kim
South Korea’s Ji-Won Kim rose to prominence in the lightweight division.
|16||Nobuyuki Shindo||Aug 20, 1993|
|15||Teruo Nakayama||Jun 10, 1993|
|14||Koji Matsumoto||Apr 3, 1993|
10. Sven Ottke
Germany’s Ottke held multiple super-middleweight titles.
|34||Armand Krajnc||Mar 29, 2003|
|33||David Starie||Dec 14, 2002|
|32||Anthony Mundine||Dec 1, 2001|
Each of these boxers has showcased immense talent, grit, and determination, ensuring their names remain etched in the annals of boxing history. Their undefeated streaks not only signify their excellence in the ring but also the spirit and heart they poured into every match.
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