Top 5 boxers in the world
Andre Berto is an American professional boxer who competed from 2004 to 2015. He was born on April 8, 1983 in Miami, Florida. He is one of the most decorated Haitian-American boxers besides being a world champion by winning WBC welterweight title twice. In his amateur career he won Bronze medals at 2002 World Championships and 2003 Pan American Games. His professional record consists of 30 wins with 23 knockouts 26 losses with 1 no contest and 2 draws.
Cristobal Cruz is a retired Mexican professional boxer who competed from 1960 to 1979 against the likes of Ruben Olivares, Vicente Saldivar, Ignacio Beristáin and Jose Legra for titles like WBC bantamweight, WBA junior flyweight and WBC flyweight titles. He was born on November 9, 1944 in Tijuana, Mexico. He started boxing professionally at the age of 15 years old and retired by the age of 29. His professional record consists of 72 wins with 69 knockouts 10 losses with 1 no contest and 4 draws.
He had notable victories over Ruben Olivares, Oscar Fernandez, Jerry Perez and Ignacio Beristain among others fighters.
Danny Garcia is an American professional boxer who competes as a welterweight from 2008 to now although he has been fighting as a light-welterweight during his career since 2012 till now which includes his first loss to Keith Thurman. He wasborn on January 12, 1987 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He won his first world title which was the WBC and lineal light-welterweight titles against Amir Khan in 2012 after which he defended it for three straight times before losing to Keith Thurman who incidentally is one of top 5 boxers currently active. His professional record consists of 33 wins with 20 knockouts 17 losses with 2 no contests and 1 draw.
Oscar de la Hoya
Oscar de la Hoya is a retired Mexican-American boxer who competed from 1992 till 2008 at Welterweight, Light Middleweight and Super middleweight on various occasions. He was born on February 4th, 1973 in East Los Angeles, California where he enjoyed an amateur career under 1980 Olympics medalist Howard Davis. He won his first world title which was the WBO light-welterweight title in 1992 after beating Miguel Angel Gonzalez by TKO. He defended it for 7 straight times defending it against 19 opponents beating notable names Ricky Hatton, Julio Cesar Chavez, Pernell Whitaker and of course Azumah Nelson before losing to Felix Trinidad. His professional career consists of 39 wins with 30 knockouts 13 losses and 2 draws.
Keith Thurman is an American professional boxer who competes as a welterweight since 2013 till now but has had fights between 147lbs and 154lbs weight classes before that made him lose some of them like his first fight against Julio Diaz at 152lbs despite breaking hisnose in the first round. He was born on February 11, 1988 in Clearwater, Florida where he started his amateur career at the age of 15 years old. His professional record consists of 27 wins with 22 knockouts 21 losses and 0 draws.
He won his first world title which was the WBA welterweight title against Jan Zaveck after which he defended it for two times against Leonard Bundu and Robert Guerrero before losing to Shawn Porter who is also one of top 5 boxers currently active.
His notable victories include Andre Berto, Luis Collazo, Robert Guerrero and Jesus Soto Karass among others fighters.
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