50 Best Lightweight Boxers of All Time

Today, we look at the 50 best lightweight boxers from the past to the present to see who comes out on top. Boxing is a sport that has been around for centuries and continues to be one of the most popular forms of entertainment and competition today.

The sport is divided into different weight classes, with the lightweight division being one of the most competitive and entertaining. In this division, boxers are limited to a weight of 135 pounds or less.

Over the years, there have been many great lightweight boxers who have thrilled fans with their skill, speed, and power. Some of the best include Roberto Durán, Pernell Whitaker, Joe Gans, Sugar Ray Leonard, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Julio César Chávez, and Manny Pacquiao. These boxers have not only achieved great things in the ring, but they have also helped to elevate the sport of boxing to new heights.

Boxing is a sport that is enjoyed by millions of people around the world and will continue to be so for many years to come. Here is a table of the 50 best lightweight boxers unranked:

Roberto DuránPernell WhitakerBenny LeonardSugar Ray LeonardSugar Ray Robinson
Floyd MayweatherHenry ArmstrongIke WilliamsCarlos OrtizTony Canzoneri
Julio César ChávezManny PacquiaoJoe GansOscar De La HoyaFreddie Welsh
Devin HaneyAlexis ArgüelloShane MosleyBarney RossManny Pacquiao
Packey McFarlandBattling NelsonJack BlackburnJohnny DundeeKostya Tszyu
Jack BlackburnSam LangfordLew TendlerNicolino LoccheJuan Manuel Márquez
Gabriel ElordeMiguel CottoEdwin RosarioAmir KhanJimmy McLarnin
José NápolesJosé Luis CastilloBeau JackKen BuchananTed Lewis
Kid ChocolateVasiliy LomachenkoAaron PryorGervonta DavisVicente Saldivar
Terence CrawfordAzumah NelsonDiego CorralesSandy SaddlerMarco Antonio Barrera