Who is the welterweight champion of the World Boxing?
Errol Spence Jr.
Welterweight (147 lbs.) IBF: Errol Spence Jr.
Who are the lightweight champions in boxing?
Lightweight (135 lb/61.2 kg)
|Gervonta Davis Regular champion United States 25–0 (24 KO) December 28, 2019||Devin Haney United States 26–0 (15 KO) October 23, 2019|
|Rolando Romero Interim champion United States 14–0 (12 KO) August 15, 2020||Joseph Diaz Interim champion United States 32–1–1 (15 KO) July 9, 2021|
Who is the lightweight heavyweight champion?
Jan Blachowicz became the current UFC Light Heavyweight Champion after defeating Dominick Reyes at UFC 253. In his first title defence, Jan faced UFC Middleweight champion Israel Adesanya. Jan defeated Adesanya via unanimous decision at UFC 259 on March 6, 2021 and remains the Light Heavyweight champion.
Who was the lightest world heavyweight boxing champion?
Bob Fitzsimmons, once Heavyweight Champion of the World, is revered as one of the greatest boxers of his age. He made boxing history by becoming the sport’s first three-division world champion, also holding the Guinness world record for being the lightest heavyweight champion.
Who was the greatest lightweight boxer?
Joe Gans (born Joseph Gant; November 25, 1874 – August 10, 1910) was an American professional boxer. Gans was rated the greatest Lightweight boxer of all-time by boxing historian and Ring Magazine founder, Nat Fleischer .
Who was the youngest middleweight boxing champion?
Accomplishments/biggest moment: In September 2017, the then-20-year-old Benavidez became the youngest ever super middleweight titleholder when he defeated Ronald Gavril by split decision to win the WBC belt. Two years later, Benavidez won back the belt after stopping Andre Dirrell in the ninth round.
Who was the first great heavyweight boxing champion?
John Lawrence Sullivan (October 15, 1858 – February 2, 1918), known simply as John L. among his admirers, and dubbed the “Boston Strong Boy” by the press, was an American boxer recognized as the first heavyweight champion of gloved boxing, de facto reigning from February 7, 1882 to September 7