Who has the most impressive record in boxing?

Who has the most impressive record in boxing?

Muhammad Ali — Throughout his entire career, he only lost one fight by knockout. first-ever three-time World Heavyweight Champion. Won 22 heavyweight Championship fights with 19 successful defenses. 56-5 career record with 37 knockouts.

What boxing weight class is 160?

middleweight, 160 pounds (72.5 kg) super middleweight, 168 pounds (76 kg) light heavyweight, 175 pounds (79 kg)

Who is the No 1 boxer of all time?

Joe Louis The Brown Bomber reigned for a dozen years with a record 25 consecutive title defences against the best of his era. Seventeen of Louis’ (66-3, 52 KO) 25 defences were against top 10 boxers. From 1930 to 1956, nine men wore the heavyweight crown and Joe Louis knocked out seven of them.

Who is technically the best boxer ever?

1. Muhammad Ali. Ali is widely considered the best among the best. Ali, who conquered the heavyweight crown three times and won the gold medal at the 1960 Olympics, finished his career with a 56-5 record (37 KOs).

What boxer has 16 first round knockouts?

In the case of Edgar Berlanga, starting his career off with 16 consecutive first-round knockouts set expectations that were always going to be hard to live up to.

Who is the youngest boxer to win a title?

Puerto Rican lightweight by way of New York City, Wilfred “El Radar” Benitez is the youngest world champion in boxing history. At just 17 years, five months, and 24 days old, Benitez captured the WBA Super Light Welterweight Championship with a 15-round split decision victory over Antonio Cervantes in 1976.