06 Nov

The Ring's P4P List Stands Firm: Usyk Holds Fast to Third

"The Ring" magazine, a top newsroom in the boxing world, has rolled out its latest pound-for-pound rankings. The list holds steady, with no shuffling this time around. Heavyweight king Oleksandr Usyk stays planted in the bronze spot, while welterweight wizard Terence Crawford reigns supreme at the top.

The Ring's P4P Powerhouse Roster:

1. Terence Crawford

2. Naoya Inoue

3. Oleksandr Usyk

4. Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez

5. Dmitry Bivol

6. Errol Spence Jr.

7. Devin Haney

8. Gervonta 'Tank' Davis

9. Teofimo Lopez

10. Vasyl Lomachenko

This year, Oleksandr Usyk delivered a knockout performance against Daniel Dubois, sealing the deal in the ninth. Naoya Inoue climbed a division and snatched up two titles, finishing Stephen Fulton in an eighth-round spectacle. Meanwhile, Terence Crawford affirmed his dominance in the welterweight class, securing his spot as the undisputed champ with a knockout of Errol Spence Jr.