Here is World in Sport's updated pound-for-pound rankings for October. There have been a few fights involving ranked fighters since our last rankings back in August. Vasyl Lomachenko (#2) won by unanimous decision over Luke Campbell to maintain his spot on our list and Tyson Fury grinded out a tough
Boxing is a popular sport almost all over the world and has been so for centuries now. It is simple, clean and wholesome and many different types of people enjoy it. Given the popularity of the sport and its patronage, it is surprising that not much updating has been made
Vasyl Lomachenko had to be at his skillful best to defeat a defiant Luke Campbell in what looked to be one of his toughest tests to date. The Ukrainian magician picked up his 3rd belt in his quest to become undisputed, but it was not as easy as he may
P4P superstar Vasyl Lomachenko will defend his WBA (super) and WBO lightweight titles against Luke Campbell on Saturday at the O2 Arena in London. The fight, which is also for the vacant WBC belt, can be viewed live on ESPN+ in the USA and on Sky Sports Box Office (PPV)
Here is World in Sport's updated pound-for-pound rankings for August. This past Saturday, Russia's Sergey Kovalev stopped the UK's Anthony Yarde in the eleventh round to retain his WBO light heavyweight title. With the victory against the previously undefeated Yarde, Kovalev returns to the rankings at #20.
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On Saturday the 24th, Sergey Kovalev will defend his WBO light heavyweight title against Anthony Yarde at the Traktor Sport Palace in Chelyabinsk, Russia. The fight can be watched live on BT Sport in the UK and on ESPN+ in the USA.
Tale of the Tape - Kovalev vs. Yarde
Though it is a bit delayed, World in Sport has your latest P4P rankings for the month of July. A number of fighters on our list made appearances in the ring since our previous rankings came out. Gennady Golovkin stopped Steve Rolls in four rounds, IBF featherweight champion Josh Warrington
Saturday night saw Manny Pacquiao become the new WBA "super" welterweight champion with a split-decision victory over the previously undefeated Keith Thurman at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. Pacquiao, who is 40, became the oldest welterweight champion in history.
Pacquiao vs. Thurman - Fight Recap
The fight started
On Saturday, WBA "regular" welterweight champion and boxing legend Manny Pacquiao will face the undefeated WBA "super" champion Keith Thurman at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. The highly anticipated matchup can be seen live on FOX PPV in the USA and on ITV Box Office (PPV)
Tyson Fury was in full flow at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas last Saturday night. From the nostalgia of the Apollo Creed ring walk, to the dazzling display of boxing skills, The Gypsy King did not disappoint.
In his first fight back since the controversial draw against Deontay Wilder, many