|Who sits atop the hill?|
Heavyweight - Tyson Fury. Wladimir Klitschko was the man, then Fury beat the man. It's as simple as that.
Cruiserweight - Krzyszto Glowacki The man took Steve Cunningham to school last weekend...a very determined Steve Cunningham. Enough said, really.
Light Heavyweight - Sergey Kovalev Until someone comes along and proves otherwise...
Super Middleweight - James DeGale Perhaps the most under-rated practitioner in the sport
Middleweight - Gennady Golovkin No one wants to fight this guy. Say no more.
Junior Middleweight - Erislandy Lara Talk about a guy who never gets the props he deserves.
Welterweight - Tim Bradley Frequently ignored, it seems, by everyone but Pacquiao and perhaps Brook. Conveniently so.
Junior Welterweight - Terence Crawford...by a hair. Viktor Postol awaits, Bud.
Lightweight - Anthony Crolla The way he beat Darleys Perez in their rematch puts him atop this heap.
Junior Lightweight - Nicholas Walters I know, I know, he should have faced Loma. He's still the man here at Junior Lightweight, though.
Featherweight - Gary Russell Jr With Loma moving up in weight, there can be only one honcho...and no, it ain't Santa Cruz
Super Bantamweight - Guillermo Rigondeaux See Gennady Golovkin
Bantamweight - Shinsuke Yamanaka Undefeated in 27 fights with a classical, effective style. This division is his.
Junior Bantamweight - Naoya Inoue Carlos Cuadras is good. I just think Inoue is a little better.
Flyweight - Roman Gonzalez Perhaps the best fighter in all of boxing
Strawweight - Akira Yaegashi Sure, Gonzalez beat him once, but Yaegashi is still the boss