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Here it is, the top twenty pound for pound list according to Boxingtalk publisher G. Leon. There's been a ton of movement since our last update. Who's in? Who's out? Read on and see for yourself.  Last Update: November 19, 2011

Expand/Contract #  1 - ANDRE WARD
In a word, longevity. He hasn't lost a fight since he was twelve years old and he has the best undefeated resume (Kessler, Abraham, Froch, Dawson) in boxing William Floyd style, BAR-NONE.
NEXT:   HBO JUNE 18
Expand/Contract #  2 - GENNADY GOLOVKIN
The world middleweight champion is in a class by himself. Seemingly a man amongst boys at 160 pounds, GGG will likely have to move up or down in weight to get the crossover fight he's been craving. Don't hold your breath if you think we're going to see GGG vs Canelo before 2018 at the earliest.
NEXT:  HBO TBD
Expand/Contract #  3 - SERGEY KOVALEV
The meanest boxer in the world is ruling the light heavyweight division with an iron fist. Following his second stoppage victory over the previously unstopped and iron-chinned Canadian star Jean Pascal, the world is Kovalev's oyster. A fight with Andre Ward has been signed for late this year, but both guys will see action in June and have to win their respective bouts injury free for that super fight to come to fruition.
NEXT:  HBO JULY 11
Expand/Contract #  4 - VASYL LOMANCHENKO
The two time Olympic Gold medalist might be the most gifted boxer in the world. As a true fan of the sweet science I would pay good money to watch Lomanchenko square off with fellow two time Gold Medalist Guillermo Rigondeaux.
NEXT:  HBO JUNE 11
Expand/Contract #  5 - GUILLERMO RIGONDEAUX
Read above.
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract #  6 - MANNY PACQUIAO
Says he's retired, I say he's going to fight again. With Mayweather gone, Manny Pacquiao has the most impressive resume on this list without question.
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract #  7 - ROMAN GONZALEZ
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract #  8 - TERENCE CRAWFORD
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract #  9 - SAUL ALVAREZ
NEXT:  
Expand/Contract # 10 - DANNY GARCIA
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 11 - SHINSUKE YAMANAKA
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 12 - NAOYA INOUE
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 13 - KELL BROOK
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 14 - LEO SANTA CRUZ
NEXT:   TBA
Expand/Contract # 15 - NICHOLAS WALTERS
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 16 - JAMES DEGALE
NEXT:  
Expand/Contract # 17 - KEITH THURMAN
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 18 - JEFF LACY
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 19 - TIMOTHY BRADLEY
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 20 - BERNARD HOPKINS
NEXT:  TBA


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