Current countries with the most top 10 and champions

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  1. DeJulez

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    TOP 10 as of Boxrec

    USA-31
    U.K-24
    Japan-17
    Mexico-14
    Philippines-13
    Russia-10
    South Africa-6
    Cuba-5
    Ukraine-5
    Nicaragua-4
    Australia-4
    Puerto Rico-3
    Thailand-3
    Ghana-3
    France-3
    Poland-3
    Belarus-2
    Spain-2
    Argentine-2
    China-1
    Mongolia-1
    Dominican Republic-1
    Panama-1
    Turkey-1
    Latvia-1
    Sweden-1
    Colombia-1
    Canada-1
    Bulgaria-1
    Germany-1
    Kazakhstan-1
    Uzbekistan-1
    Lithuania-1

    CHAMPIONS
    This list goes by the 17 weight classes and where each belt resides currently. 68 Belts in total.
    So since Usyk has all 4 belts at Cruiserweight. Each belt will count as a tally for the Ukraine.
    Only the WBC (168LBS) is currently vacant.

    USA 18 (26.4%)
    Mexico 10 (14.7%)
    Ukraine 8 (11.7%)
    U.K. 7 (10.2%)
    Japan 4 (5.8%)
    Philippines 4 (5.8%)
    Russia 3 (4.4%)
    Thailand 3 (4.4%)
    South Africa 2 (2.9%)
    Puerto Rico 2 (2.9%)
    Belarus 2 (2.9%)
    Ghana 1 (1.4%)
    Australia 1 (1.4%)
    France 1 (1.4%)
    Nicaragua 1 (1.4%)
     
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    Australia!

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    the only belts that matter are the major one,- WBC, WBA, WBO, IBF

    1. USA has the most champions (also becuase their geographic/population)

    2. MEXICO 8 champions

    3. JAPAN 6 champions

    4. UK 5 champions
     
  4. Hagler

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    Was Machado the last world champion from Puerto Rico ?
     
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    Rodriquez, Acosta, and for women Serrano and I wouldn’t discount her seeing as she’s won titles in 7 weight classes
     
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  6. DeJulez

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    Those are the belts i used as of ESPN.
     
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    Emmanuel Rodriguez current IBF Bantamweight champ and i think theres one more
     
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    So p4p the Brits are the slickest, toughest, most skillful s.o.b's on the planet. Is normal.:cool:
     
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    Username checks out.
     
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    PFP, ring & espn are somewhat consistent (on the exception of wilder & nietes)

    according to ring
    usa-3
    ukraine-2
    japan-1
    mexico-1
    kazakhstan-1
    thai-1
    philipines-1
     
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    KAZSoliloquy 10/10 on Pitchfork

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    gvozdyk, lomachenko, usyk. who else is from ukraine? postol doesn’t have a belt anymore. neither does klitschko.
     
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    Artem Dalakian

    So Usyk - 4 belts
    Loma - 2 belts
    Gvozdyk and Dalakian - 1 belt each
     
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    Would be interesting to see the per capita one.
     
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    South Africa greater than Cuba. Hah. I guess Fidel dying didn’t open the Cuban floodgates to professional boxing
     
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    Also, I’m moving to Greenland and becoming the Eddie the Eagle of boxing.

    #2020Tokyo
     
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    I more closely follow the higher classes and I know the british dominate HW, Usyk dominates CW and the russians dominate LHW. Than there's everyone else.
     
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    Wow, Puerto Rico is hurting these days.
     
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  18. DeJulez

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    Artem is originally from Azerbaijan but fights under Ukraine so it counts for the Ukraine
     
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    Yea i noticed that.
    South Africa surprised me.
     
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    and Lennox Lewis was born in England but represented Canada.
     

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