Who do you have ahead as the number 2 best boxer in the world?

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  1. AznCezi187

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    this thread is a testament to floyd's greatness
     
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    Andre Ward has had 1 fight in the past year and a half against Edwin Rodriguez. Sorry. I expect more from a P4Per.

    Rigondeaux is a good fighter but again is not active enough. 1 fight in a year against Agbeko?

    I'd rate Rigondeaux over Ward I guess, if thats the question.
     
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    Interesting. Who's your number 2 and 3?
     
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    Its a cloudy P4P picture right now. I'm not sure if Pac earned his spot back at #2 with the Bradley win preceded by Rios.

    Honestly, its probably Pacquiao again. He was always in the top 5 and has won 2 in a row, while Marquez has lost and beat Alvarado. Bradley lost.

    Then what about the HWs? Wladmir has been ruling the HWdivision for quite some time now. He deserves consideration. His competition is weak but he's fighting the best guys he can.
     
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    Good points. I agree on Wlad, he's on my p4p list for sure.
     
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    1. Floyd Mayweather jr.

    2. Wladimir klitschko
     
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    Both of my favorite Boxers and they never fight. :(

    I guess I'll go watch some highlights and old fights they had years ago.
     
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    Neither of them is active enough against top tier competition to really deserve that #2 spot but at the same time, it's hard to hold that against them.
     
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    Bwahahaha If we must suffer so will they!
     
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    well it's 100% ward's fault in this situation,rigs i'm not sure of his situation but i'm guessing it's partly arum's fault. although he does have a fight coming up in macau so that's good
     
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    Ward's too inactive, so I gotta give it to Pac. Klitschko, Rigo, and Roman Gonzalez deserve consideration too

    hell, I'll say this too, Ward may be a better fighter than Froch, but Froch's resume over the past two years is far superior to that of Ward's over the past two years. So if it continues like this, Froch will overtake Ward as the real #1 in the world at SMW
     
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    kinda odd if you think about it. the guy that beat everybody is getting left behind.
     
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    Mayweather and Rigondeaux in no order.
     
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    Over the course of his career, it's Bernard Hopkins. Over the last couple of years it might be Danny Garcia or Adonis Stephenson. Just something to think about, because I doubt many would consider them.

    But I think I'd still go with Ward after Mayweather. Then Pac, Rigo, Wlad and Martinez in that order.
     
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    yeah, Ward can't live off of that super six win 3 years ago + the dawson win two years ago for much longer. Like it or not, Froch is putting in the work to become #1, even if he can't beat Ward
     
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    Fabio Maldonado. 22-0.
     
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    Boxers as in "technical, crafty fighters" or "fighters who compete in the sport of boxing?"
     

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