From Floyd Mayweather to Muhammad Ali: The list of boxing greats
With a 50-0 spotless win record, it doesn't come as a surprise that Floyd Mayweather has been ranked by BoxRec as the best boxer of all time.
He's almost a thousand points ahead of his rival Manny Pacquiao, who fresh off his recent win is in second place. The 40 year old Filipino boxer has recently done the unthinkable. He won the WBA title in a split decision in Las Vegas.
In third place is the Argentinian boxer Carlos Monzon, who out of a hundred fights only had three losses. Coming in at number four is probably the sport's most famous name, Muhammad Ali. He died in 2016 at the age of 74.
Born as Cassius Clay in Louisville, Kentucky, he would win his first heavyweight world championship in 1964 at 22 years old, with a stunning upset over the then champ, Sonny Liston. Shortly after the bout, Clay would convert to Islam, changing his name to Muhammad Ali.
The top 25 is dominated by American boxers. The only non-Americans on the list are Manny Pacquiao, Corlos Monzon, Julio Cesar Chavez, Roberto Duran, Juan Manuel Marquez and Jose Napolez.
Here's the full list, according to BoxRec.