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Top 25 Greatest Boxers Of 2009

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As one of the hardest sports to rank who is the best, there are no shortage of people who would vote their idol as the top pound for pound fighter. Thus, this list does not attempt to categorize boxers based on their pound for pound ranking. Yet there is no denying the fact that the current choice of the #1 pound for pound fighter by the Ring Magazine, Manny Pacquiao deserved this title.

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"Iron" Mike Tyson Report Abuse
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Manny Pacquiao Report Abuse
Known by his fans as “Pacman”, Manny Pacquiao is the first Asian and Filipino to ever win 5 world titles in five different weight divisions. In addition, he is currently the only boxer to ever secure a lineal crown in four different weight classes concurrently.
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Presently the holder of the world heavyweight titles for the IBF, IBO, WBO and the Ring Magazine. He is also the younger brother of Vitali Klitschko, the reigning champion of the WBC Heavyweight Category.
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Floyd Mayweather Jr. Report Abuse
Currently, the undefeated champion in the Welterweight class, he was rated the #1 pound for pound fighter from 2005 to 2008 with 39 wins (25 KOs).
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Vitali Klitschko Report Abuse
The present WBC heavyweight champion, he is the holds the record as the fighter with the highest percentage of knockouts in overall fights (92%).
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Nonito Donaire, Jr. Report Abuse
A IBF and IBO champion for the flyweight class, he is ranked at #7 by The Ring magazine for its top 10 pound for pound boxer.
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On May 2, 2009, Ricky Hatton was defeated by Manny Pacquiao in the 2nd round with a knock punch.
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