There have been some major changes made to RingTV's P4P rankings this week.
I will place RingTV's rankings from 4/22/13 on the left and the current rankings from 5/11/13 on the right in parentheses.
- Floyd Mayweather (Floyd Mayweather)
- Andre Ward (Andre Ward)
- Juan Manuel Marquez (Juan Manuel Marquez)
- Sergio Martinez (Wladimir Klitschko)
- Adrien Broner (Abner Mares)
- Manny Pacquiao (Adrien Broner)
- Wladimir Klitschko (Sergio Martinez)
- Robert Guerrero (Manny Pacquiao)
- Timothy Bradley (Timothy Bradley)
- Nonito Donaire (Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez)
The top 3 are the same so I want to focus on 4 through 10.
#4 Wladimir has made a huge jump from #7 to now #4, but I must ask was his latest victory that impressive to bump him up to the #4 spot? Imo no, but I'm curious to find out if people believe that he deserves the #4 spot and if so why.
#5 Mares' victory over Daniel was impressive, but I don't know if it was impressive enough to bump he from not being on the list to suddenly get the #5 spot.
#6 Broner is good but I wouldn't put him over Manny on a P4P list, I'm not even comfortable with him having being ranked this high.
#7 Sergio Martinez, no complaints here.
#8 Having Guerrero on the list in the first place was just silly, and Manny should be ranked higher than this.
#9 Bradley is still holding on to lucky #9.
#10 I'm not crazy about having Canelo as #10 but my question is, so what was his opponents ranking on a top 20 p4p list?
This list makes me wonder why is Rigondeaux not on this list, why do they keep ranking Broner so high, how did Mares suddenly become #5 on the P4P list, and why is Manny ranked so low.
What are your thoughts on RingTV's updated P4P list?