Boxing Pound-for-Pound Rankings: Oleksandr Usyk remains in top three a...

Boxing is an unforeseeable sport where a perfect efficiency can unwind with simply one punch. Oleksandr Usyk, the merged heavyweight champ, experienced this direct in his current title defense against Daniel Dubois. In the 5th round, Dubois provided a body shot that seemed a low blow, triggering Usyk to collapse in discomfort. However, the referee ruled it as legal, and Usyk rapidly recuperated to beat Dubois in the ninth round. Despite the scare, it showcased Usyk’s ability and decision in conquering physical obstacles. Usyk’s design, as a previous cruiserweight champ, makes him prone to more physical challengers. The just fighter who matches his size and ability is Tyson Fury, however Fury has yet to face Usyk. Until then, Usyk will continue to satisfy his obligatory responsibilities and display his technical radiance in the heavyweight department. In the Pound for Pound rankings, Terence Crawford holds the leading area after his excellent success over Errol Spence Jr. Naoya Inoue, Oleksandr Usyk, Dmitry Bivol, and Devin Haney likewise comprise the leading 5.

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