David Benavidez has earned a shot at Canelo Alvarez next, plus Subriel Matias’ case at 140, Lamont Roach Jr, and more!
Shakur Stevenson put on an awful fight, but is still a top lightweight, plus more in this week’s update!
There’s really no update, and Terence Crawford continues to hold in the top spot.
Can Tyson Fury still say he’s the top heavyweight, or does Oleksandr Usyk deserve the spot?
Tim Tszyu kept his standing at 154 lbs, same with Janibek Alimkhanuly at 160, plus more!
What is domination over Jermell Charlo worth to Canelo’s P4P claim?
Has Zhilei Zhang earned a seat at the top four table in the heavyweight division?
Chris Eubank Jr is a legit contender in a weak middleweight division, Oleksandr Usyk and others stay put, and some inactivity shakeups! Yeehaw!
Oleksandr Usyk won again, but sits still at No. 3 on our P4P top 10.
Anthony Joshua won as expected, so is Deontay Wilder up next?
Terence Crawford is our new P4P king, but Naoya Inoue still has some votes.
Terence Crawford and Naoya Inoue shined brighter than ever this week, plus more!
George Kambosos Jr got a disputed win, but should he keep his rankings standing?
Jaron "Boots" Ennis punished Roiman Villa to keep his standing at 147, plus a bit more this week!
It was a slow month, but the big fights kick up this month with Spence vs Crawford and Fulton vs Inoue.
Regis Prograis had some struggles, but keeps his top spot at 140. Would he have if Teofimo Lopez weren’t retired?
Teofimo Lopez is back, and he once again looks like a force, plus Claressa Shields, Sunny Edwards, a mess at the middleweights, and more.
Canelo Alvarez is still winning, but is he really top 10 pound-for-pound anymore? That and more in this month’s update.
Leigh Wood has taken the top spot in a fascinating featherweight division, plus Chris Billam-Smith’s big jump at cruiser, and more.
Devin Haney’s undisputed championship is a little disputed after his fight with Vasiliy Lomachenko, plus a rocket for Chantelle Cameron and more!
Canelo Alvarez won again, but is he on the downswing? (Yes!) Plus more!
Gervonta Davis is in! Who’s out this month and how does the top 10 shake out with the shakeup?
Gervonta Davis’ star reached new heights with his win over Ryan Garcia, but his immediate future remains a bit murky.
Shakur Stevenson has hit the lightweight division running, plus some big upsets and more notable changes in many divisions.
Where does Anthony Joshua figure at heavyweight after his return win over Jermaine Franklin? Plus Robeisy Ramirez on the rise and more!
Oleksandr Usyk didn’t have to do anything, but someone else didn’t do something, and now he’s No. 1, apparently!
David Benavidez firmly established himself as No. 2 at 168 with his win over Caleb Plant, plus more in this week’s update!
Naoya Inoue is still No. 1 in the BLH P4P top 10, holding off Oleksandr Usyk and some other people who haven’t fought in a while.
Subriel Matias won his first world title at 140, Badou Jack won a world title in a third weight class, and a bit more this week!