19 Jan

The Ring's Latest P4P Rankings: Usyk Holds Steady in the Third Spot

The Ring magazine just rolled out its latest pound-for-pound rankings, spotlighting the crème de la crème of the boxing world, regardless of weight class.

Topping the charts, WBC, WBO, and WBA welterweight king Terence Crawford clinches the premier spot. Hot on his heels, the reigning champ of the super flyweight division, Naoya Inoue, secures the second rank.

Heavyweight powerhouse and titleholder of the WBA, WBO, IBF, and IBO belts, Oleksandr Usyk, stands firm in the third position.

Meanwhile, WBC lightweight titleholder Devin Haney slips down a notch to the seventh slot.

Adding some fresh power to the top ten, WBC, WBO, and IBF light heavyweight champ Artur Beterbiev climbs the ranks to the fifth spot following his triumph over Callum Smith.

The Ring's P4P Top 10 lineup reads:

1. Terence Crawford

2. Naoya Inoue

3. Oleksandr Usyk

4. Saul Alvarez

5. Artur Beterbiev

6. Dmitry Bivol

7. Devin Haney

8. Errol Spence

9. Gervonta Davis

10. Teofimo Lopez