Top 10 p4p Favorite Boxers





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Published on Dec 20, 2010

10. yuriorkis gamboa- he could be the fastest boxer alive!
9. Juan Manuel Lopez-brutal power, and fights top level competition!
8.wladimir klitschko-the best heavyweight alive period!
7.Juan manuel marquez- a great combination puncher who gave pacquiao two tough fights
6.amir khan- great hand speed who proved his chin against marcos maidana
5.sergio martinez-a slick south paw with speed and power whos coming off a 2nd round knockout over an iron chin paul the punisher williams.
4. nonito donaire- best known for his devestating ko over vic the raging bull darchinyan nonito donaire is a young pinoy who is not only a great boxer but also has lightning hands and suprisingly good power he will defintley move up if he beats montiel in feburary.
3. Andre ward- one of the most promising young stars in boxing andre ward demonstartes the ability to box on the inside and the outside both south paw and righty the olympic gold medalist looks like he could dominate the sport at supermiddleweight and then light heavyweight.
2. Bernard Hopkins- the excutioner at 45 proved he is still an elite fighter against ring magazine light heavyweight champion jean pascal in a majority draw where i belived he was robbed his record speaks for itself including victories over oscar de la hoya, tito trinidad, glen johnson, kelly pavlik, ronald wright,antonio tarver, joe calzaghe (robbery!) etc.
1.Floyd Mayweather-i know its a controversial pick but over the course of his career floyd has desplayed unbelivable talent, hes the best defensive fighter sense sweet pea and also shows great handspeed along with suprising power defintley the most talented fighter alive (hopefully he can straighten everything out and fight pacquiao.

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