With undisputed super lightweight champion Terence Crawford moving to welterweight, the 140 lb. division is wide open. But with a whole host of amazing talent, including Mikey Garcia, Regis Prograis, Jose Ramirez, Kiryl Relikh, and Josh Taylor, Boxcaster asks: who is the world’s best junior welterweight?
After a valiant effort at the World Boxing Super Series, Rob “Bravo” Brant is back in the middleweight division and with his March 9th comeback fight against Colby Courter just around the corner, Brant is looking to put himself back in the mix at 160 lbs.
With the success of the World Boxing Super Series’ Cruiserweight and Super Middleweight tournaments, Boxcaster is looking for other divisions to duke it out for boxing supremacy, and is there any division more stacked than welterweight?
With the retirement of pound-for-pound great Andre Ward, it is time to crown a new king of the light heavyweight division. But, which 175-lb. destroyer deserves the crown? Here is Boxcaster’s breakdown of the light heavyweight division.