Top 5 Undefeated Boxers of All Time | BetMGM

    The gold standard of a great boxer is constantly changing: from claiming a world title to becoming a multi-division champion and simultaneously defending the belts. but the ultimate goal for several rising stars now is to be an undefeated world champion because it will allow them to be a perennial contender in online boxing betting.

    This incredible feat may seem impossible to accomplish, but it has been accomplished thanks to these five undefeated champions who defied the boxing odds. Let’s take a look at the top five undefeated boxers of all time whom today’s fighters want to follow the path they forged.

    here is a list of the top five undefeated boxers of all time.

    floyd mayweather jr. – 50-0 (27 knockouts/kos)

    five-division world champion floyd mayweather jr. he has amassed a perfect 50-0 record throughout his 21-year professional career. The former Olympic medalist not only won nine total titles in five weight classes, but was also a lineal champion in four divisions (junior lightweight, lightweight, welterweight and junior middleweight).

    Some notable boxers on his winning record are Arturo Gatti, Zab Judah, Oscar De La Hoya, Juan Manuel Marquez, Shane Mosley, Canelo Alvarez, and Manny Pacquaio. In addition to being multiple division titles, a lineal titleholder, and an undefeated boxer, he is also the undisputed king of pay-per-view, having been a part of four of the five highest pay-per-view fights in history. of boxing.

    edwin valero – 27-0 (27 knockouts/kos)

    Venezuelan Edwin Valero’s story had an unfortunate end due to his drug and alcohol use that cost him his life in 2010, but he still had an outstanding career. Valero had an eight-year boxing career and racked up 27 wins without losing. all of his wins were by stoppage. He also competed in two weight classes, the super featherweight and lightweight division.

    He was supposed to fight Manny Pacquaio in 2010 before he murdered his wife in a hotel and hanged himself in a prison cell. The Venezuelan’s impressive resume has seen him defeat the likes of Vicente Mosquera, Antonio Pitalua, Hector Velasquez and Antonio DeMarco. Valero became the WBA Super Featherweight Champion and the WBC Lightweight Champion.

    rocky marciano – 49-0 (43 knockouts/kos)

    Who would have forgotten the legend of rocky marciano? The former world heavyweight champion of the world has a staggering record of 49 wins with 43 stoppages. he was the only heavyweight champion to retire undefeated. Marciano became world champion in September 1952 when he knocked out Jersey Joe Walcott in the 13th round of their matchup. then he defended that title six times before hanging up the gloves for good.

    Other boxing greats he defeated were Joe Louis, Harry Matthews, Roland Lastarza and Archie Moore. The “Brockton Blockbuster” also received several boxing accolades, including the Packy McFarland Memorial Trophy, the Edward Neil Memorial Plaque, and Ring Magazine’s Fighter of the Year Award in 1952 and 1954. Sadly, he died in an accident small plane in August 1969.

    andre ward – 32-0 (16 knockouts/kos)

    Andre Ward has amassed his amateur accomplishments in the amateur setting before even jumping into the professional ranks by amassing multiple National Championships and Olympic medals. He continued his dominant run in the super middleweight division in December 2004 when he earned a second-round TKO victory against Chris Molina. Since then, he has been a winning path for the American boxer.

    ward won eight titles in two weight classes in the super middleweight and light heavyweight divisions. Overall, “s.o.g” racked up a perfect record of 32 wins with 16 stoppages. Included in his list of victims were Mikkel Kessler, Allan Green, Carl Froch, Chad Dawson, Edwin Rodriguez, Barrera Sullivan and Sergey Kovalev.

    joe calzaghe – 46-0 (32 knockouts/kos)

    Another undefeated super middleweight left an unblemished mark on his 15-year career inside the ring. Joe Calzaghe of the United Kingdom finished his professional career with a perfect record of 46-0, including 32 finishes. The Italian Dragon of the Pride of Wales has unified the titles in the Super Middleweight division by claiming the WBO, IBF, WBA and WBC Championships.

    calzaghe eliminated the big names of byron mitchell, jeff lacy, seiko bika, mikkel kessler, bernard hopkins and roy jones jr. announced his retirement shortly after winning his last fight against roy jones jr. and was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2014. The Englishman was also ranked as the third pound-for-pound fighter to hang up the gloves.

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