There have all the unbeaten boxers gone? When there are only 10 in the world with at least 30 wins of which only 6 are world champions!
The 2 boxers heading the list are both at 48-0. The most known is P4P best Floyd “Money” Mayweather, Jr., holder of 3 titles, 2 at 154 and 2 at 147 (WBA/WBC) with 26 knockouts and 20 title defenses. The other at 48-0 is newly crowned IBF 140 champion Cesar Rene “El Distinto” Cuenca, of Argentina who has but 2 knockouts and 2 no contests.
Only two have reached 40+ in Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez, 43-0, WBC flyweight champion from Nicaragua with 37 knockouts. The other is little known William Fernando Souza “Thompson” Bezerra, 41-0 from Brazil with 40 knockouts in the cruiserweight division holding South American and Brazilian titles yet is not ranked but 17th by the IBO.
At 38-0 is Wanheng “Wanheng Kaiyanghadaogym” Menayothin of Thailand who holds the WBC Minimumweight title. He has 13 knockouts. Kell “Special K” Brook, 35-0, is the IBF welterweight champion with 24 knockouts from the UK.
The successor to Mayweather’s P4P best title looks like Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, 33-0, and the WBA Super and the WBC interim champion with 30 knockouts with 20 in his last 20 fights originally from Kazakhstan now out of L.A. in the US. Mexican Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez, 32-0 in the super middleweight division has 24 knockouts. He is No. 2 in the WBO and No. 3 in the WBA and IBF.
At 31-0 is bantamweight Petch Sor “Petch CP Freshmart” Chitpattana of Thailand who is the WBC Silver Youth champion and ranked No. 6 by the WBC. Danny “Swift” Garcia, has just moved up to welterweight leaving his WBC and WBA light welterweight titles behind him. He is from Philadelphia in the US and has 17 knockouts.
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