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According to the editors at Ring Magazine, this is how the rest of the top 80 shakes out. Julio Cesar Chavez. Alexis Arguello.
Evander Holyfield. Salvador Sanchez. Fighting Harada. Panama Al Brown. Bernard Hopkins. Eusebio Pedroza.
Wilfred Benitez. Antonio Cervantes. Vicente Saldivar. Oscar De La Hoya. Source: Ring Magazine Andrew Eisele. Andrew Eisele is a boxing writer who has covered the sport for Time, Inc.
He also hosts TV and radio sports talk shows. Updated February 22, Other Boxing Greats Who are the rest of the best?
Carlos Monzon Rocky Marciano Ezzard Charles Archie Moore Sandy Saddler Jack Dempsey Marvin Hagler Julio Cesar Chavez Eder Jofre Alexis Arguello Barney Ross Evander Holyfield Ike Williams Salvador Sanchez George Foreman Kid Gavilian Larry Holmes Mickey Walker Ruben Olivares Gene Tunney Dick Tiger Fighting Harada Emile Griffith Tony Canzoneri Aaron Pryor Pascual Perez Miguel Canto Manuel Ortiz Charley Burley Carmen Basilio Michael Spinks Joe Frazier Khaosai Galaxy Roy Jones Jr.
Tiger Flowers Panama Al Brown Kid Chocolate Joe Brown Tommy Loughran Bernard Hopkins Jake LaMotta Lennox Lewis Wilfredo Gomez Bob Foster Jose Napoles Billy Conn Jimmy McLarnin Pancho Villa The Ring stopped giving belts to world champions in the s, then reintroduced their title in and ignored the current ongoing world championship lineage.
The Ring first awarded Roy Jones Jr. The Ring then attempted to clear up the confusion regarding world champions by creating a championship policy.
It echoed many critics' arguments that the sanctioning bodies in charge of boxing championships had undermined the sport by pitting undeserving contenders against undeserving "champions" and forcing the boxing public to see mismatches for so-called "world championships".
The Ring attempts to be more authoritative and open than the sanctioning bodies' rankings, with a page devoted to full explanations for ranking changes.
A fighter pays no sanctioning fees to defend or fight for the title at stake, contrary to practices of the sanctioning bodies.
Under the original version of the policy, there were only two ways that a boxer can win The Ring ' s title: defeat the reigning champion; or win a box-off between the magazine's number-one and number-two rated contenders or, sometimes, number-one and number-three rated.
A vacant Ring championship was filled when the number-one contender in a weight-division battles the number-two contender or the number-three contender in cases where The Ring determined that the number-two and number-three contenders were close in abilities and records.
A fighter could not be stripped of the title unless he lost, decided to move to another weight division, or retired. In May , citing the number of vacancies in various weight classes as primary motivation, The Ring unveiled a new championship policy.
Under the new policy, The Ring title can be awarded when the No. In addition, there are now six ways for a fighter to lose his title: lose a fight in his championship weight class; move to another weight class; not schedule a fight in any weight class for 18 months; not schedule a fight in his championship weight class for 18 months, even if fighting at another weight class; not scheduling a fight with a top five contender in any weight class for two years; or retiring.
Many media outlets and members are extremely critical of the new championship policy and state that if this new policy is followed The Ring title will lose the credibility it once held.
The purchase of The Ring magazine by Golden Boy Promotions in , the dismissal of editor-in-chief Nigel Collins and several editorial staff in and a series of questionable ratings decisions by the new editors   prompted many members of The Ring Ratings Advisory Panel to resign.
In , unscrupulous managing editor of The Ring , Johnny Ort, fabricated records of selected boxers, to elevate them, thereby securing them lucrative fights on the American ABC television network, as part of the United States Championship Tournament,  orchestrated by promoter Don King  to capitalize on the patriotism surrounding the United States Bicentennial and the American amateur success at the Summer Olympic Games.
King's idea was to defeat the non-American boxers who held the vast majority of world titles below the heavyweight division. Keeping in line with the patriotic theme of the promotion, King held shows at "patriotic" locales—such as the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland , as well as on an aircraft carrier stationed off Pensacola, Florida.
Despite the above, the Ring Record Book contained the fictitious additions to the records of the boxers in question and were never taken out of their records of the boxers.
Those dubious bouts would continue to appear in subsequent Ring Record Book editions. Farley Jr. This was used to smear Farley Jr.
Farley Award", after Farley Sr. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Boxing magazine. Main article: List of The Ring world champions.
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