After his win over Miguel Cotto, Canelo Alvarez is the newest RING champion and the latest addition to the magazine’s pound-for-pound list.
The pound-for-pound debate has raged since Sugar Ray Robinson’s era. Who topped THE RING’s Pound-for-Pound rankings since the list was introduced in 1989?
Roman Gonzalez and Gennady Golovkin showed why they’re among the pound-for-pound best on Saturday but there’s debate on where GGG ranks in the P4P Top 5.
RingTV contributor Mitch Abramson makes the case for Gennady Golovkin to top the pound-for-pound list after his eighth-round win over David Lemieux.
Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez waited patiently to be recognized as the world’s finest pound for pound fighter and has also filled some very big shoes.
Flyweight champ Roman Gonzalez seems to relish his new role as the sport’s pound-for-pound No. 1 boxer as well as Saturday’s expected stern challenge from Brian Viloria.
With Roman “Chocolatito” ‘Gonzalez now installed as the best fighter in the world, no one is more humble about it than the Nicaraguan flyweight himself.
With Floyd Mayweather gone, heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko has been one of the top names put forth by fans and media to inherit the pound-for-pound throne.
The “retirement” of Floyd Mayweather Jr. left a void at the top of the RING Pound-for-Pound list. It was filled by a small wonder.
Mere days away from Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao, potentially the biggest fight in recent history, Lee Groves looks back at the last pound-for-pound mega-fight between Pernell Whitaker and Julio Cesar Chavez.
Weigh-in results for flyweight champion and RING No. 9 pound for pound fighter Roman Gonzalez vs. Rocky Fuentes, and No. 3 junior lightweight Takashi Miura vs. Edgar Puerta. Photos by Naoki Fukuda.
Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer rates Danny Garcia as boxing’s third-best fighter behind pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Andre Ward, and Garcia agrees.
Undefeated two-division titleholder Tim Bradley made a huge jump forward in THE RING’s pound-for-pound rankings with his impressive split-decision victory over future hall of famer Juan Manuel Marquez on Saturday.
Floyd Mayweather outclassed Canelo Alvarez en route to a decision victory on Saturday that earned the future hall of famer THE RING’s junior middleweight title. Mayweather, who also holds the magazine’s welterweight title, is the first fighter since Joe Calzaghe to simultaneously hold two RING championships.