- Floyd Mayweather has been named as the greatest boxer of all-time beating Muhammad Ali on the rankings
- In his 21-year boxing career, the 42-year-old American won all 50 of his professional fights
- Muhammad Ali who is also a legend in the game of boxing occupies fourth on the list
American boxing legend Floyd Mayweather has been named as the greatest boxer of all time with Muhammed Ali occupying the fourth position on the list.
In the rankings compiled by boxing website Box Rec, the undefeated Mayweather headed the list from former rival Manny Pacquiao and Argentinian middleweight Carlos Monzon.
Mayweather, 42, has won world titles in five different weight classes over a 21-year career.
That earned him 2256 points on the Box Rec rankings, way ahead of Pacquiao (1629).
Floyd Mayweather last fought against Conor McGregor in August 2017 when he won his 50th professional bout.
The only active boxer on the list, Pacquiao, 40, is the only eight-division world champion in the history of boxing.
A current senator in his native Philippines, Pacquiao demolished Oscar De La Hoya into retirement in December 2008.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported how Floyd Mayweather posted awesome photo of himself on social media posing with huge sum of money as he blasted his critics.
Mayweather is a man whose love for flashy things knows no bound as he has many expensive cars, mansions, private jet and lots more.
There is hardly nothing money can't buy that Floyd Mayweather doesn't have thanks to the game of boxing.
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