Following many reputable boxing portals, ESPN has also updated its pound-for-pound rating after Teofimo Lopez defeated Vasily Lomachenko for the undisputed lightweight title.
As a result of a major triumph of his life, Lopez burst into the top 5 P4P from ESPN. Now he is ahead of Lomachenko, who dropped to sixth place.
The first position in the ESPN rankings is occupied by the WBO welterweight champion Terence Crawford. Behind him was the star Mexican Saul Alvarez. Closes the top 3 Japanese bantamweight star Naoya Inoue.
This is what ESPN’s top 10 pound-for-pound looks like:
- Terence Crawford
- Saul Alvarez
- Naoya Inoue
- Errol Spence
- Teofimo Lopes
- Vasily Lomachenko
- Alexander Usik
- Tyson Fury
- Juan Francisco Estrada
- Gennady Golovkin
– ESPN Ringside (@ESPNRingside) October 21, 2020
We will remind, earlier the authoritative portal The Ring updated its rating of the best boxers in the world.