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PFP Ratings - A Snapshot in Time June 10, 2021  

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  • PFP Ratings - A Snapshot in Time June 10, 2021  

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    By Ted Sares
    1. Canelo Alvarez (56-1-2)

    Super Middleweight

    His left hooks have become more destructive. No longer a slow starter, he has refined his ability to quickly close off the ring and stalk his prey. He is simply the best.

    2. Terence Crawford: (37-0)


    If he doesn’t fight soon, he will fall in this listing.

    3. Naoya Inoue (20-0)


    Donaire exposed him as human but he is still exceptional..

    4. Errol Spence Jr. (27-0)


    His bout with Pacquiao will tell us all we need to know.

    5. Teofimo Lopez (16-0)


    Aussie George Kambosos Jr. should be easy work.

    6. Vasiliy Lomachenko (14-2)


    His match with Masayoshi Nakatani is no gimme. Loma must be ready.

    7. Juan Francisco Estrada (42-3)

    Junior Bantamweight

    In common with the great Lennox Lewis, he is undefeated in rematches. Now a third meeting with Roman Gonzalez seems likely, though Sor Rungvisai looms.

    8. Josh Taylor (19-0)

    Light welterweight

    Wins over Prograis and Ramirez make this Scot the real deal. He has old school-type skills that enhance his aura.

    9. Emanuel Navarrete (33-1)


    Four fights in 2019, three in 2020, and one so far in 2021. Activity, punch volume, stamina, and unorthodox techniques make this this guy a potential superstar.

    10. Tyson Fury (30-0-1)


    Heavies rarely make these kinds of lists but Fury is different. He has many of the same attributes as boxers in the lighter weights. He fights in a relaxed manner using proper distance, maintains a tight defense, uses a stinging jab, and launches a destructive right hand when the opportunity presents itself.

    Others: David Benevidez (24-0), Gervonta Davis (26-0), Oleksandr Usyk (18-0), Gennady Golovkin (41-1-1), Oscar Valdez (29-0), Kazuto Ioka (26-2), Artur Beterbiev (16-0), Dmitry Bivol (18-0), Regis Prograis (26-1).

    Two to keep an eye on: Tim Tszyu (18-0) and Ryan Garcia (21-0)

    Ted Sares enjoys researching and writing about boxing. He also competes as a powerlifter in the 80-85-class. He can be reached at

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  • #2
    The uber experienced elite Manny Pacquiao is still demonstrably P4P and failure to include him in the top ten is some 💩 those BWAA boys might drop in a bowl because they DKSAB!


    • Kid Blast
      Kid Blast commented
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      Manny is too old and lacks the destructive power he once had. Spence will retire him. But Manny will have plenty of money with which to fund his run for President--if that's what he wants.

  • #3
    Bob Mulkey says, "Ok, I am assuming PFP means pound for pound. Tyson Fury at 6’9” and 275…..that is some PFP, I know you said rarely…but he is a freaking monster!!!"


    • Kid Blast
      Kid Blast commented
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      Yes, but what makes him special is that he is has  a high Ring IQ and knows how to use his  extraordinary size. He is a one off.

    • Kid Blast
      Kid Blast commented
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      Well known commentator says, "Ted, this is exceptional. Complete and succinct." And I say many thanks.

  • #4
    Oh, so Manny-Spence is gonna be like Duran-Joppy??

    Make sure we do a prediction page on this one Ted.


    • Kid Blast
      Kid Blast commented
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      Duran-Joppy? No, but maybe something close.

  • #5

    Tszyu-Hatton?? Look, Spence is good and young but compared to living legend Manny Pacquiao he’s woefully inexperienced and really hasn’t fought anybody close to Pac’s level yet.

    Winnable fight for Pacquiao.

    oh wait, Chavez-Tszyu??


    • Kid Blast
      Kid Blast commented
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      Tszyu is very good and arguably is the best fighter Down Under. Garcia has fast hands and is an exceptional body puncher.

      Spence will body punch Paq into submission if he can catch up with him. Spence is on the elevator moving up. Pac is on the one moving down. The inflection point favors Spence.