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POUND FOR POUND CURRENT RANKINGS

The Ring

RankBoxerRecordWeight classTitle(s)
1 Canelo Álvarez[1]14–1 (10 KO)LightweightWBA (Super)WBO and The Ring lightweight champion
2 Vasyl Lomachenko[2]35–0 (26 KO)WelterweightWBO welterweight champion
3 Naoya Inoue[3]52–1–2 (35 KO)MiddleweightWBA (Super)The Ringlineal middleweight, and WBA (Regular) super middleweight champion
4 Terence Crawford[4]18–0 (16 KO)BantamweightWBA (Super)IBF and The Ring bantamweight champion
5 Oleksandr Usyk[5]16–0 (12 KO)Heavyweight
6 Errol Spence Jr.[6]25–0 (21 KO)WelterweightWBC and IBF welterweight champion
7 Gennady Golovkin[7]39–1–1 (35 KO)MiddleweightIBF and IBO middleweight champion
8 Juan Francisco Estrada[8]39–3–1 (26 KO)Super flyweightWBCThe Ring and lineal super flyweight champion
9 Mikey Garcia[9]39–1 (30 KO)LightweightLineal super lightweight champion
10 Manny Pacquiao[10]62–7–2 (39 KO)WelterweightWBA (Super) welterweight champion

Boxing Writers Association of America

RankBoxerRecordWeight classTitle(s)
1 Vasyl Lomachenko14–1 (10 KO)LightweightWBA (Super)WBO and The Ring lightweight champion
2 Terence Crawford35–0 (26 KO)WelterweightWBO welterweight champion
3 Canelo Álvarez52–1–2 (35 KO)MiddleweightWBA (Super)The Ringlineal middleweight, and WBA (Regular) super middleweight champion
4 Errol Spence Jr.25–0 (21 KO)WelterweightIBF welterweight champion
5 Oleksandr Usyk16–0 (12 KO)Heavyweight
6 Gennady Golovkin39–1–1 (35 KO)MiddleweightIBF and IBO middleweight champion
7 Naoya Inoue18–0 (16 KO)BantamweightWBA (Regular)IBF and The Ring bantamweight champion
8 Juan Francisco Estrada39–3–1 (26 KO)Super flyweightWBCThe Ring and lineal super flyweight champion
9 Mikey Garcia39–1 (30 KO)LightweightLineal super lightweight champion
10 Anthony Joshua22–1–0 (21 KO)Heavyweight

Transnational Boxing Rankings Board

RankBoxerRecordWeight classTitle(s)
1 Vasyl Lomachenko14–1 (10 KO)LightweightWBA (Super)WBO and The Ring lightweight champion
2 Terence Crawford35–0 (26 KO)WelterweightWBO welterweight champion
3 Naoya Inoue18–0 (16 KO)BantamweightWBA (Regular)IBF and The Ring bantamweight champion
4 Oleksandr Usyk16–0 (12 KO)Heavyweight
5 Canelo Álvarez52–1–2 (35 KO)MiddleweightWBA (Super)The Ringlineal middleweight, and WBA (Regular) super middleweight champion
6 Gennady Golovkin39–1–1 (35 KO)MiddleweightIBF and IBO middleweight champion
7 Juan Francisco Estrada39–3–1 (26 KO)Super flyweightWBCThe Ring and lineal super flyweight champion
8 Manny Pacquiao62–7–2 (39 KO)WelterweightWBA (Super) welterweight champion
9 Errol Spence Jr.25–0 (21 KO)WelterweightWBC and IBF welterweight champion
10 Srisaket Sor Rungvisai47–5–1 (41 KO)Super flyweight

ESPN

RankBoxerRecordWeight classTitle(s)
1 Vasyl Lomachenko14–1 (10 KO)LightweightWBA (Super)WBO and The Ring lightweight champion
2 Terence Crawford35–0 (26 KO)WelterweightWBO welterweight champion
3 Canelo Alvarez52–1–2 (34 KO)MiddleweightWBA (Super)The Ringlineal middleweight, and WBA (Regular) super middleweight champion
4 Naoya Inoue18–0 (16 KO)BantamweightWBA (Regular)IBF and The Ring bantamweight champion
5 Errol Spence Jr.25–0 (21 KO)WelterweightWBC and IBF welterweight champion
6 Oleksandr Usyk16–0 (12 KO)Heavyweight
7 Gennady Golovkin39–1–1 (35 KO)MiddleweightIBF and IBO middleweight champion
8 Juan Francisco Estrada39–3–1 (26 KO)Super flyweightWBCThe Ring and lineal super flyweight champion
9 Mikey Garcia39–1 (30 KO)LightweightLineal super lightweight champion
10 Deontay Wilder41–0–1 (40 KO)HeavyweightWBC heavyweight champion

BoxRec

RankBoxerRecordWeight classTitle(s)
1 Canelo Alvarez52–1–2 (34 KO)MiddleweightWBA (Super)The Ringlineal middleweight, and WBA (Regular) super middleweight champion
2 Terence Crawford35–0 (26 KO)WelterweightWBO welterweight champion
3 Gennady Golovkin39–1–1 (35 KO)MiddleweightIBF and IBO middleweight champion
4 Vasyl Lomachenko14–1 (10 KO)LightweightWBA (Super)WBCWBO and The Ring lightweight champion
5 Errol Spence Jr.25–0 (21 KO)WelterweightWBC and IBF welterweight champion
6 Oleksandr Usyk16–0 (12 KO)Heavyweight
7 Miguel Berchelt36–1 (32 KO)Super featherweightWBC super featherweight champion
8 Callum Smith26–0 (19 KO)Super middleweightWBA (Super) and The Ring super middleweight champion
9 Leo Santa Cruz36–1–1 (19 KO)FeatherweightWBA (Super) featherweight champion
10 Manny Pacquiao62–7–2 (39 KO)WelterweightWBA (Super) welterweight champion

PoundforPound King, there's only 1!

There can only be 1, #1 and it is quite apparent who reigns as the Pound4Pound King. In a fight that was so highly anticipated and spoken about in the same sentence as Ali/Frazier, Leonard/Hagler, Floyd “Money Mayweather” dominated in his performance against Manny Pacquaio winning an easy 12 round decision. Showtime and HBO set their differences aside and made what hoped would have been the fight of the century. For years, there had much talk about who is the Pound4Pound King. When the final bell rang all questions had been answered. Total revenues from the fight exceeded 600 million dollars.

So whats next for the Pound4Pound King? Tell us who you would like to see Money May fight next. Amir Kahn appears to be the front runner, however so far no agreement has been reached.

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Pound4Pound Floyd vs Pound4Pound Manny

Pound4Pound vs Pound4Pound to see who is truly the Pound4Pound King! On May 2, 2015 history will be made when Floyd “Money” Mayweather 47-0 (26 Ko’s) puts his undefeated record on the line vs Manny “Pacman” Pacquaio 57-5-2 (38 Ko’s). A fight that has been in talks for 5 plus years will finally come to fruition and will become the biggest event in all of sports.  The world will momentarily stop as these two warriors do battle.  Crime rates will drop significantly, Las Vegas hotel rooms will be booked to capacity, liquor sales will increase 20% and millions of dollars will be wagered..  This fight will become the biggest fight of all time trumping Ali/Frazier, Leonard/Duran, Holmes/Norton, Hagler/Hearns, Chavez/Taylor and all the other classics.  Floyd has certainly earned his name “MONEY” as he will make north of $150 million as “PACMAN” is set to make a minimum of $100 million. Payouts can be higher if more than 3 million pay-per-views are sold.  Mayweather’s earnings for this fight alone will make him the highest yearly paid athlete ever , he will surpass Tiger Woods who made an inflation adjusted 125 million in 2008. Bob  Arum, Pacquaio’s promoter said revenues can surpass 400 million.  The breakdown is as follows; 15,000 tickets sold at MGM Grand Arena $74 million, foreign right sales $35 million, and the X factor which is Pay-Per-View sales.  The Wall Street Journal is reporting the fight will cost $89.00 with a high def version being offered at $99.00.

Tune in May 2 to see who is truly the #1 and only Pound4Pound King of the Ring!

 

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Lennox Allen impresses, now 18-0 (11 Ko's)

Pound4Pound Wear sponsored fighter Lennox  “2 Sharpe” Allen improved to 18-0 (11 Ko’s) knocking out Kojo Issah 14-2-1 (7 Ko’s) in impressive fashion last night at B.B. King in Times Square, NYC.  Kojo had an impressive record entering the fight with only one loss in 16 bouts. In the first round both fighters came out cautious feeling each other out. Kojo was cagey and crafty sometimes dangerous leading with his head, but Allen got the better of the exchanges. In the second round Allen started pounding Kojo to the body and landing.  Allen ripped two hard body shots that landed clean to Kojo’s ribs dropping him instantly. Kojo was unable to meet the 10 count ending the bout 51 seconds into round 2.

Allen remains undefeated and is looking to have a breakout year after an injury and opponent issues had him sidelined in 2014.  This win should put Allen in the top 10 ranking at super middleweight in the various “alphabet” organizations.  ” We look to get Allen right back in the ring in the next  month or two so he can get a few more rounds under his belt. After that we will be looking for a bigger fight against any one of the champions at 168 or top contenders”, stated Steven Heid manager to Allen. “This is our year, I felt great and was happy to be back in the square circle. I knew I hurt him as soon as I connected. I heard him wince and he went down immediately. This is the year I become world champion” stated Allen.

 

 

 

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Purses and payouts from UFC 182

We at Pound4Pound clothing are surprised by the purses the athletes from UFC 182 collected. The fight between reigning Pound4Pound champ Jon “Bones” Jones vs Daniel  Cormier was billed as the biggest MMA fight of all time. Both combatants entered the ring with impressive records, Jones 20-1  and Cormier 15-0.  Jones lone loss was a first round DQ against Matt Hamill, due to an illegal downward elbow blow in a fight he was dominating and heavily favored.

Jones dominated the fight and controlled the action winning a 5 round UD. Cormier had his moments, but was unsuccessful with his take down attempts not allowing him to put his wrestling experience to use. In the Co-Main the always crowd pleasing  Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone won an uneventful three round UD vs Myles Jury.  The Cowboy was not at all happy with Jury’s decision to just survive and not engage. After the fight Cerrone refused to leave Vegas until UFC President Dana White secured him another fight. It just so turns out that Benson Henderson opponent for UFC fight night 59,  Eddie Alvarez was scratched due to the flu.  Cerrone did not hesitate to step in and and replace Alvares for the Jan 18th date.  This will make it two fights in two weeks for Donald Cerrone.

The gate at UFC 182 was surprisingly low, but PPV expectations are high. There was a respectable crowd of 11,575 in attendance which totaled 3.7 million dollars.  The fight was expected to draw a PPV buy rate of approximately 750,000 buys. At the post fight press conference White did not give a final number, however he did state that they were going to blow that number out of the water. The UFC also raised the pay-per -view price an additional $5.00 due to the popularity of the event.

Based upon the approximate numbers before expenses not including other avenues of revenue such as merchandise, site fees, etc, the event will rake in well  over $50,000,000.  That being said, below are the purses the fighters received from UFC182.  We at Pound4Pound Wear would like to hear you thoughts and comments in the below section in regards to the numbers each fighter received.

 

Main Card (Pay-per-view)
Jon Jones ( $500,000) def. Daniel Cormier ($90,000)
Donald Cerrone ($70,000 + $70,000 = $140,000) def. Myles Jury ($16,000)
Brad Tavares ($25,000 + $25,000 = $50,000) def. Nate Marquardt ($49,000)
Kyoji Horiguchi ($20,000 + $20,000 = $40,000) def. Louis Gaudinot ($10,000)
Hector Lombard ($53,000 + $53,000 = $106,000) def. Josh Burkman ($45,000)

Preliminary Card (FOX Sports 1)
Paul Felder ($10,000 + $10,000 = $20,000) def. Danny Castillo ($36,000)
Cody Garbrandt ($8,000 + $8,000 = $16,000) def. Marcus Brimage ($12,000)
Shawn Jordan ($22,000 + $22,000 = $44,000) def. Jared Cannonier ($8,000)
Evan Dunham ($27,000 + $27,000 = $54,000) def. Rodrigo Damm ($12,000)

Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Omari Akhmedov ($10,000 + $10,000 = $20,000) def. Mats Nilsson ($8,000)
Marion Reneau ($8,000 + $8,000 + $1,600 = $17,600)* def. Alexis Dufresne ($6,400)*

Both Jones and Cormier took home additional $50,000 fight night bonuses for their work, as did undercard fighters Paul Felder and Shawn Jordan.

LET'S GO TO THE SCORECARDS, NO DON'T!

Pound4Pound Wear the maker of athletic sports apparel and accessories was the official sponsor of Tyson Cave in his WBA WORLD SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT which took place Friday night,  December  11, 2014 vs Oscar Escandon.  The bout was the co-main event live on ESPN2 from Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California, USA.  According to the judges scorecards, Tyson who is referred to as “Prince of Hali” dropped a SD, the scores were as follow : Raul Caiz Jr 111-117 | judge: Tony Crebs 113-115 | judge: Max DeLuca 115-113.  After the decision was announced, Teddy Atlas the highly respected boxing analyst who was also calling the fight  went on an epic rant and referred to the judges decision as robbery and corruption in boxing! The video can be seen at:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZDjvGm0OVg   ESPN2 home viewers scored the fight in favor of Cave 120-108 sweeping all 12 rounds.

In other action over on HBO Saturday night, former two division title holder Tim Bradley clearly looked like he did what he needed to do in an action filled fight against the game Diego Chaves.  However, when Michael Buffer read the scorecards, the approx 2,500 in attendance were dumbfounded.  The official scores read, Judge Burt Clements scored it 115-113 for Bradley, Julie Lederman surprisingly had it 116-112 for Chaves and Craig Metcalfe had it 114-114. ESPN.com had it for Bradley 119-109.  Lederman’s father, HBO unofficial judge Harold Lederman, had it 116-112 for Bradley.

On the same card the co-main event  featured, Mauricio Herrera vs Jose Benavidez  for the WBA WORLD LIGHT WELTERWEIGHT TITLE.  It has appeared that Herrera had dominated the fight and did all he needed to retain his title, however the only 3 scores that counted were those of the three judges which cost Herrera his world title along with what may have been millions in purses. Max DeLuca and Eric Cheek scored the bout it 116-112 for Benavidez, while the third judge, the normally reliable Dave Moretti of Las Vegas had it 117-111 for Benavidez. Yahoo Sports scored it 117-111 for Herrera, as did Steve Carp of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Dan Rafael of ESPN.com and Steve Kim of UCN Live.com.  Herrera clearly landed the harder cleaner shots, the fans were in shock when the official decision was rendered. “I don’t understand anymore,” said Top Rank chairman Bob Arum, Bradley’s promoter, adding that he thought  the scoring was as bad as the scoring that gave Bradley a hugely controversial split-decision win against Manny Pacquiao in their first fight.

At Pound4Pound we sponsor many athletes in many different sports, but  Founder Steven Heid who is also a successful boxing manager has a huge love for the sport and likes to give back to the fighters.  “A sport I love so much that I have grown up watching with my father since the age of 7 is in serious jeopardy.  These decisions are horrendous, three robbery’s in one night.  If you walked into a bank with a gun and stole the cash, you would be locked up so why should this be any different?  It is time for change, it is time for a national commission.  These fighters train there butts off and fight to survive, they fight for their life and they fight for their family.  Being a professional boxer is not like being a MLB pitcher, if you have a bad day on the mound you go home and shake it off.  If you have a bad day in the square circle, as horrible as it sounds the reality is you may never go home. To see something like this happen makes me sick to my stomach. Along with the millions of dollars gambled on boxing events each year, these so called judges are gambling with peoples lives.  A federal investigation needs to be seriously considered.  Our sport is dying, who wants to watch a kid win 12 rounds decisively and lose the fight?  It’s a joke, no wonder why boxing the sport I love so much is on the decline while MMA has become the fastest growing sport in the world. In addition to a national commission there should be a discussion about health coverage and benefits. The NFL, NBA and MLB all have associations looking out for their athletes best interest.  Just recently the NFL agreed to pay a 765 million dollar settlement related to concusssions to 18,000 former players.  Boxers fight for peanuts compared to other athletes. The reality is that in boxing 1% of the fighters make 99% of the money.  Most of these fighters are coming off the streets trying to support their family and make a living, for most of them this is their full time job and all they know.  To see them get robbed like this is unacceptable, it is time for change!.” said Heid.

Tyson Cave fight will be for WBA World Title!

Pound4Pound Wear the maker of  men and women’s sports apparel is happy to announce a partnership with Tyson “Prince of Hali” Cave.

Tyson Cave is coming off a big win against the highly touted Sebastian Gauthier, which has now put in him in line to face hard hitting Columbian, Oscar Escandon.  The fight will take place Thursday night, Decemeber 11 live on ESPN2 from Temecula, California. The thirteen fight card is stacked with great talent and features; Austin Trout, Antonio Tarver; Edwin Rodrigquez, Sergio Mora, Marcus Browne, Terrell Gausha, Gerald Washington, Rico Ramos and several other high profile names. However, there is no question the main event tops them all, as Tyson Cave will be fighting for the WBA BANTAMWEIGHT WORLD TITLE.

Cave comes into the fight sporting a very impressive 24-2 (8Ko) record and hails from Halifax, Canada which he proudly represents. Escandons record is equally impressive at 23-1 (16Ko’s) and fights out of Ibague, Columbia. Escandon eliminated Cave from the 2004 Olympic trials, a fight Cave and many ringside observers believe he won.  The Columbian went on to fight in Athens, however did not medal.

This is a fight the fans want to see and and no doubt the biggest fight of both participants career.  The winner of this fight will go down in history as world champion which will lead to even bigger fights, along with bigger paydays.  Tyson Cave loves his hometown of Halifax, Canada thus sporting the name “Prince of Hali”.  There is no bigger opportunity for Tyson to put Halifax back on the map in terms of boxing history.  Halifax, Canada is not known as a boxing hot spot, however it did produce George “Little Chocolate” Dixon who stood at just 5’3  and weighed 87 pounds. Dixon in 1888 became the first African American to win a world title in any weight class. Other notable fighters from Halifax Canada include Kirk Johnson who lost in his two world title fights to John Ruiz and Vitali Klitschko, as well as Sam Langford who many believe was one of the best heavyweights in boxing history to never win a world title.  Langford beat Joe Gans and went 15 rounds with Jack Johnson while he weighed just 71 kg to Johnsons 84 kg.

Tune in Dec 11 to see an amazing night of boxing where the stakes are high, history remains in the balance and the book will soon be written

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Pound4Pound Wear in tonight's boxing main event!

Tune in tonight at 10 pm est. to Fox Sports 1 or Fox Deportes to see live boxing action from Del Mar Fairgrounds in San Diego, C.A.  The main event features the always hard hitting Ed Paredes vs. slick Alan Sanchez.  Paredes comes into Sanchez’s backyard for a 10 round scheduled main event.  Paredes has an impressive record of 35-4-1 with 23 big wins coming by way of knockout.  In Paredes 40 fights he has only been stopped once inside the distance dating all the way back to Sept. 2007.  Sanchez also enters the ring with an  impressive record of 14-3-1 with 8 wins coming by way of knockout.  In Sanchez’s 18 fights he has never once touched the canvas.  On paper this looks to be a very intriguing fight between two guys that both have iron chins and are very well conditioned.  This fight should play out with the taller  6 ‘ 1″  Sanchez looking stay on the outside and box, controlling the fight with his jab against the shorter 5″ 10 ” Paredes.  On the other hand, Paredes will certainly be looking to make Sanchez his 24th knock out victim.  Paredes is a strong fighter with a huge right hand that can end the fight at anytime.  This is going to be a very fan friendly fight in which you will see the bull vs the matador scenario being played out.  Can Sanchez stay on the outside and stick his game plan for 10 full rounds, or will the man they call the Lion press the action and come up with the big knockout? Tune in tonight to find out and let us know your thoughts and predictions in the comment section below.

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Pound 4 Pound letter from C.E.O. and Founder

A letter from CEO & Founder Steven Heid

Pound 4 Pound Clothing launched its website two weeks ago and we would like to take a moment to thank our customers. The response has been well received and sales are really starting to pick up. The t-shirts and hats are getting great reviews which is very exciting, especially since people have millions of other places to choose from where to spend their money.  I truly believe what sets us apart from our competitors is that we listen to our customers and take everything suggested to heart. We have seen several customers buy one of each t-shirt style we offer which we believe validates what we are doing and our belief.  This is a dream come true for us and we just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone involved and most importantly our customers.

We are currently working on new products that will include sweatshirts, women’s leggings, socks and dri-fit products.  We at pound4pound are very serious about our craft and want to make sure we offer the most comfortable and stylish apparel possible.

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Pound4Pound vs. Pound4Pound ?

The sports world is licking their chops to see the best vs. the best, there can only be one number one!  If I stop right there and don’t continue another sentence even the casual  sports fan will know who I am referring to. Yes, you guessed Floyd “Money” Mayweather vs Manny “Pacman” Pacquaio.  Money  is currently 47-0 (26 Ko’s) while Pac is 57-5  (38 Ko’s). Pacman has reeled off three straight wins since his devastating KO loss to Juan Manuel Marques against top contenders Rios, Bradley (previous loss SD) and Algeri. Floyd on the other hand has an unblemished record.  Many believe the only competitive fight of his career was his first bout with the hard hitting Marcos Maidana. In their rematch Floyd dominated the fight winning an easy 12 round unamimous decision.

So what now? Social media and the internet has been exploding for years hoping for this fight.  In the past both teams have had disagreements in regards to Olympic style drug testing and purse splits. However, the fight seems more ripe than ever. There are reports that a group out of the United Arab Emirates has offered a guaranteed purse totaling more than 200 million dollars.  Pacman has been calling Floyd out for years, but since his upset loss to Marquez, Floyd down plays the big fight and constantly mocks Manny.

If Floyd decides to fight Manny next he will certainly make the most amount of money any boxer or athlete has ever made for a single event. Floyd’s career earnings have been reported to exceed 420 million dollar making him the highest paid athlete in sports.  “This is a fight that needs to happen, if Floyd does not accept the fight he will be labeled as a fighter that refused to fight the best. He needs this fight for his legacy.” stated, boxing manager Steven Heid.

Sources have told me this fight is in negotiation and will most likely happen in May on Showtime. If this is true, this will go down as a historic event that can and will be compared to fights such as The Ali vs Frazier, “Rumble In The Jungle.”  At a time when boxing is struggling and losing viewers to other sporting events such as MMA, if this fight should happen it will certainly give the sport a much needed shot in the arm.

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