Pound4poundireland’s July 4th POUND FOR POUND top 10

1. Andre Ward

2. Terence Crawford

3. Gennady Golovkin

4. Suriyan Sor Rungvisai

5. Roman Gonzalez

6. Vasyl Lomachenko

7. Keith Thurman

8. Naoya Inoue

9. Jeff Horn

10. Sergey Kovalev

 

* The Pacquiao era is over, falling at the hands of previously unknown Jeff Horn, whose inspired performance sees him enter at #9, as #3 Pacquiao exits, probably for good

 

* I’m sure he’ll box on, but as a faded force, so thank you Manny Pacquiao for one of the greatest boxing careers of the modern era. Privileged to say I saw a prime Pacquiao fight live in 2010.

Pound4poundireland Scorecards from May 2017

Joseph Parker 119-109 Razvan Cojanu, officially UD

David Lemieux 98-91 Marcos Reyes, offically UD

Saul Alvarez 120-108, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., officially UD

Kal Yafai 119-107 Suguru Muranaka, officially UD

Kiko Martinez 115-113 Josh Warrington, officially Warrington by MD

Zelfa Barrett 99-90 Eusebio Osejo, officially UD

Jamie Cox 87-84 Lewis Taylor, officially TUD

David Allen 114-113 Lenroy Thomas, offically Thomas by SD  

Pound4poundireland’s May 28th POUND FOR POUND top 10

1. Andre Ward

2. Terence Crawford

3. Manny Pacquiao

4. Sergey Kovalev

5. Gennady Golovkin

6. Suriyan Sor Rungvisai

7. Roman Gonzalez

8. Vasyl Lomachenko

9. Keith Thurman

10. Naoya Inoue

  • Belated update sees Terence Crawford jump two spots after his latest complete boxing display taking apart former Olympic champion Felix Diaz. His biggest challenges await at 147 and the sooner we see him there, the better.