Azumah Nelson named alongside Mayweather, Ali & other greats in 50 best boxers of all time list

Azumah Nelson named alongside Mayweather, Ali & other greats in 50 best boxers of all time list

- Azumah Nelson is one of the finest boxers to have entered the four-squared ring

- Azumah's sweat and hard work have not gone waste as he has been recognized alongside boxing legends across the globe

- The WBC Hall of Fame Inductee has been rated by Boxrec, a renowned boxing platform

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Ghanaian boxing great, Azumah Nelson, is one of the finest boxers to have entered the four-squared ring.

Azumah's sweat and hard work have not gone waste as he has been rated alongside boxing legends across the globe.

The WBC Hall of Fame Inductee has been rated by Boxrec, a renowned boxing platform known for recording boxers' professional records.

Azumah Nelson named alongside Mayweather, Ali and other greats in 50 best boxers of all time list by boxrec

Azumah Nelson named alongside Mayweather, Ali and other greats in 50 best boxers of all time list by boxrec
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In the latest list of 50 best boxers of all time by Boxrec, Azumah's name was not left out as he has been rated 31st.

Azumah is the only boxer from Africa to be in the list of great boxers of all time.

Floyd Mayweather is ranked 1st in the 1ist followed by Manny Pacquaio while the late Mohammed Ali is at the 5th position.

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Meanwhile, American boxing legend Deontay Wilder has finally decided not to fire coach Mark Breland who threw in the towel in his recent fight against British boxer Tyson Fury.

Deontay Wilder suffered an embarrassing defeat against Tyson Fury in America in which the Englishman was declared the winner in the seventh round of the fight.

The way Tyson Fury started the fight against Deontay Wilder even made people believe he would win as he inflicted dangerous punches on his opponent.

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But Deontay Wilder, on the other hand, was so strong to have fought on to the seventh round despite injuries sustained.

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