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  Last Update: December 27, 2018

Expand/Contract #  1 - VASYL LOMACHENKO
After several consecutive scalding hot performances, pound for pound king Vasiliy Lomachenko was merely Lukewarm as he unified the WBA and WBO lightweight championships. Fortunate for boxing fans Loma's version of a Lukewarm night consists of winning ten rounds and dropping a two time world champion to unify titles. Next up for Loma will be another ESPN main event on April 12th. Potential opponents include Anthony Crolla, Miguel Berchelt, Gervonta Davis and the winner of the Commey-Chaniev IBF title fight.
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract #  2 - TERENCE CRAWFORD
As the boxing franchise in Nebraska, Crawford jumps into the top three after becoming the first boxer to ever hold all four major junior welterweight championships. Crawford is naturally orthodox, but so gifted he's fought the last two fights at southpaw and has barely lost a round. Following his domination of the 140 pound weight class, Crawford now looks to take over welterweight, the deepest division in boxing. In his first fights at 147 he barely lost a second to Jeff Horn and Jose Benavidez, putting the rest of the division on notice that there could be a new sheriff in town.
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract #  3 - OLEKSANDR USYK
His mastery against Murat Gassiev to unify the cruiserweight division in the WBSS final has made a believer out of me. Granted, Gassiev's one dimensional style proved to be tailor made for Usyk, but his skill set is among the best in the world. Usyk followed up his dominance over Gassiev with a sensational one punch knockout of Tony Bellew to defend his four championships. This scribe honestly believes that the very best of the heavyweight division would get all they could handle and then some from this fighting machine.
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract #  4 - MIKEY GARCIA
Mikey Garcia makes his top five debut following his victory over previously undefeated Robert Easter Jr to unify two of the lightweight championships. The most talented Mexican fighter in the world is out to become the next superstar in boxing, but in calling Errol Spence Jr he may be trying to bite off more than he can chew. Time will tell, but it's safe to say boxing fans are in for a real treat on March 16th as Garcia dares to be great.
NEXT:  MARCH 16TH VS ERROL SPENCE ON PPV
Expand/Contract #  5 - ERROL SPENCE JR
The eye test doesn't lie and it's easy to see that Spence is the goods and he clearly possesses the talent to head this list at some point in the not too distant future. Now that we've gotten that factual kindness out of the way, his biggest wins to date are against a faded Lamont Peterson and Kell Brook coming off of a terrible beating at the hands of GGG that left him with a broken eye-socket. It'll be interesting to see how Spence deals with somebody in their prime coming into the ring with the confidence of a champion. Mikey Garcia fits that bill, but since he's much smaller than the IBF welterweight champion it's pretty much a lose-lose situation for Spence. If he wins, it's what he was supposed to do. If he loses, OMG he lost to a lightweight.
NEXT:  MARCH 16TH VS MIKEY GARCIA ON PPV
Expand/Contract #  6 - SAUL ALVAREZ
Canelo Alvarez is the biggest star in boxing bar none, including Anthony Joshua. If you don't believe me check the cash register. In his DAZN debut Canelo disposed of Rocky Fielding to secure a paper championship at super middleweight. Alvarez is expected to move back down to middleweight where potential fights with Danny Jacobs, GGG and Demetirus Andrade reside. Perhaps Canelo will look to fight once more at super middleweight against David Lemieux, who poses far less risk than any of the aforementioned names.
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract #  7 - GENNADY GOLOVKIN
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract #  8 - NAOYA INOUE
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract #  9 - SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract # 10 - KEITH THURMAN
NEXT:  JAN 16TH VS JOSESITO LOPEZ
Expand/Contract # 11 - LEO SANTA CRUZ
NEXT:  FEB 16TH VS MIGUEL FLORES
Expand/Contract # 12 - JARRETT HURD
NEXT:  TBD
Expand/Contract # 13 - ERISLANDY LARA
NEXT:  MARCH 2ND VS JUAN CARLOS CASTANO
Expand/Contract # 14 - SHAWN PORTER
NEXT:  MARCH 9 VS YORDENIS UGAS
Expand/Contract # 15 - DANNY GARCIA
NEXT:   TBA
Expand/Contract # 16 - JERMALL CHARLO
NEXT:  TBA
Expand/Contract # 17 - DONNIE NIETES
NEXT:  DECEMBER 31ST VS KAZUTO IOKA
Expand/Contract # 18 - MANNY PACQUIAO
NEXT:  JANUARY 19TH VS ADRIEN BRONER
Expand/Contract # 19 - OLEKANDR GVOZDYK
NEXT:   TBD
Expand/Contract # 20 - ELEIDER ALVAREZ
NEXT:  FEBRUARY 2ND VS. SERGEY KOVALEV


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