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Active Unbeaten, Untied Boxer’s with at Least 30 fights and World Record Holders!

Posted on 11/25/2016

Active Unbeaten, Untied Boxer’s with at Least 30 fights and World Record Holders!
By: Ken Hissner

Starting from the heavyweight division there is Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder who is 37-0. Andre “S.O.G.” Ward is fortunate to still be unbeaten at 31-0. Both are from the USA. The leader is two-division champion Roman ”Chocolatito” Gonzalez with 46-0, of Nicaragua.


Thailand boxers are Chayaphon Moonsri, 43-0, Tassana Sampattan, 38-0, Nawaphon Karanka and Tewa Kiram all at 36-0. Both Mikey Garcia is 35-0, and Danny “Swift” Garcia, 32-0 are of the USA and Nambia’s Harry “Terminator” Simon and Russia’s Konstantin “Talant” Ponomarev at 30-0. U.K.’s Terry “Turbo” Flanagan is at 31-0.
Past boxers who retired unbeaten with at least 30 fights were two USA boxers in Rocky “Brockton Blockbuster” Marciano and Floyd “Money” Mayweather at 49-0, Joe “The Italian Dragon” Calzaghe, 46-0, of Wales and Sven “Phantom” Ottke at 34-0, of Germany. Mexico’s Ricardo “Finito” Lopez was 51-0-1 and going back before 1900 was Jimmy Barry who both had draws at 59-0-10.

There are 8 unbeaten records leading the pack starting with Rocky “The Brockton Blockbuster” Marciano and Floyd “Money” Mayweather retired at 49-0. Joe “The Italian Dragon” Calzaghe was 46-0 when he retired. Currently unbeaten boxers are Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez at 46-0, Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder, 37-0, and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin , 36-0. Sven “Phantom” Ottke was 34-0, Packey McFarland at 70-0-5, Jimmy “Little Tiger” Barry was 59-0-10 with his last 8 fights ending in draws when he retired in 1899.

Ricardo “Finito” Lopez was 51-0-1 when retired. There were 4 boxers who surpassed 49-0 but were defeated later in their career like Willie “Will o’ the Wisp” Pep, 62-0, Julio “J.C.” Cesar Chavez, 89-0-1, Luis “Yori Boy” Ramon Campas, 56-0, and Nino “Cheid Tidjari Sidibe” La Rocco at 55-0, “Super” Brian Nielsen was 49-0, Larry “The Easton Assassin” Holmes, and Dariusz “Tiger” Michalczewski at 48-0, Chris “The Dragon” John, 48-0-3, Eder “Golden Bantam” Jofre, 47-0-3, Paul “The Pittsburgh Kid” Spadafora, 48-0-1 and “Sugar” Ray Robinson at 40-0.

Most knockouts were by Archie “The Mongoose” Moore at either 131, 132 or 145. Wilfred Benitez was the youngest to win a world record at 17. Billy Fox won his first 36 bouts by knockout before losing. Gennady “GGG” Golovkin is currently at 23 straight knockouts in his last 23 fights. “Sugar” Ray Robinson after losing in his 41st fight and then went 88-0-2 after that at 128-1-2, before he lost for the second time.

The most wins were by Len Wickwar at 339 or 340, Billy Bird at 260 and Willie “Will o’Wisp” Pep at 229. Most losses were by Reggie “Raglin” Strickland at 276 with a total bout count at 363. Eric Crumble and Ed “Carter” Strickland were both 0-31 with all losses by knockout.

Bheki “Becks-Tiger” Moyo is 0-73-2 including 2015 with no bouts in 2016. The most title defenses were by Julio “J.C.” Cesar Chavez at 27, Omar “Huracan” Narvez at 26, Joe “The Brown Bomber” Louis at 25 and Ricardo “Finito” Lopez at 24. Longest reigning champion was Joe “The Brown Bomber” Louis at 11 years, 8 months and 8 days. The only light heavyweight champion to challenge and win the heavyweight title was Michael Spinks “Jinx” defeated Larry “The Easton Assassin” Holmes.

These records like Joe “The Brown” Bomber Louis having 25 title defenses we thought would never be broken but they have. He still did it in one weight class. Then Floyd “Money” Mayweather equaled Rocky “Brockton Blockbuster” Marciano’s 49-0 record.

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