Who should be No. 1 pound-for-pound?

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  • Braulio Medrano - 10 months ago

    It seems to me that the 4P4 must be Golovkin since it has proved to be the best after Roma Gonzales.

    It is absurd to think that Vasyl Lomachenko could be the best since he lacks a lot of travel, apart from the fact that he is very anti-sportsman since he lacks much respect for his rivals in the ring.

    The best 4p4 must be a respectable boxer and of very good boxing quality, and this should not include Olympics since we are talking about professional boxing and this line should include the professional boxers who have been making the grade.

    It's a pity that they have put Roman Gonzales very low in the 4p4 ranking, it seems to me that despite having lost with rungvisay it was not fair to have lowered it so much, he deserves a better position since he is an excellent fighter and I diaraia that is the most complete with an exquisite technique You also have to take into account that he was the one who raised the small divisions and that in the boxing business is very important.

    Saludes and I hope this comment is taken into account this prestigious review as is The Ring Magazine and hopefully improve the position of Nicaraguan because it still has much potential to give in this sport.

    God bless you.

  • Javier Gonzalez - 10 months ago

    Errol spence Jr. Should be p4p number 1 he's the only champion with no losses 15 straight knockouts, went across seas won a belt against a favored champion and his performance is amazing, and know he's calling out Canelo! Going up in weight to fight the best something none of those others have done!

  • david hernandez - 10 months ago

    ANYBODY who voted for Canelo, their vote should be permanently disregarded because they are clearly delusional.

  • Gina P Cueto - 1 year ago

    Danny Jacobs

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