30
Oct
2020

WBN Boxing Pound for Pound Top 50 list: February 2013

Floyd Mayweather Miguel Cotto

Tom Casino

World Boxing News pound for pound Top 50 list on February 13th, 2013.

Key:

[ ] = position in January 2013

1. Floyd Mayweather [1]

2. Nonito Donaire [2]

3. Juan Manuel Marquez [3] 

4. Sergio Martinez [4] 

5. Manny Pacquiao [5]                                                     

6. Wladimir Klitschko [6]

7. Andre Ward [7]                                                   

8. Vitali Klitschko [8]  

9. Carl Froch [9]  

10. Timothy Bradley 10]                                             

11. Chris John [11]                                                                                      

12. Saul Alvarez [12]

13. Robert Guerrero [13]

14. Devon Alexander [14]

15. Danny Garcia [15]

16. Brandon Rios [16]     

17. Brian Viloria [17]

18. Yuriorkis Gamboa [18]

19. Abner Mares [19]   

20. Adrien Broner [20] 

21. Mikkel Kessler [21] 

22. Lamont Peterson [22]

23. Amir Khan [23]                                                                

24. Miguel Cotto [24]                                                 

25. Lucian Bute [25]

26. Ricky Burns [26]                                                             

27. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. [27]

28. Austin Trout [28]

29. Marco Huck [29]

30. Chad Dawson [30]

31. Humberto Soto [31]

32. Paul Williams [32]*

33. Tavoris Cloud [33]

34. Orlando Salido [34] 

35. Hernan Marquez [35]

36. Felix Sturm [36]
37. Alexander Povetkin [37]

38. Anselmo Moreno [38]  
39. Daniel Geale [39]

40. Paulie Malignaggi [40]
41. Guillermo Rigondeaux [41]
42. Fernando Montiel [42]
43. Zab Judah [43]

44. Roman Gonzalez [44]

45. Donnie Nietes [45] 
46. Gennady Golovkin [46]

47. Kazuto Ioka [47]

48. Lucas Matthysse [48]

49. Tomasz Adamek [49]

50. Daniel Ponce De Leon [50]

*Paul Williams will remain in the Top 50 until one year from his tragic accident out of respect



WBN’s pound for pound rankings are based on –  World title wins, multi-weight titles, caliber of opponents and manner of victories. Longevity and activity in a calendar year are also taken into consideration.

Fighters earn more ranking points for defeating opponents also rated in the Top 50. Star ratings are based on achievement in the sport.

*Fighters who fail to arrange an upcoming fight for twelve months will therefore forfeit their ranking (barring injury).

Share your thoughts about our top 50 on Twitter @worldboxingnews.

RATINGS: The IBO Top 100 Computerized Boxing Rankings. Click HERE to view the world’s most unbiased, objective rankings of boxers brought to you only by the International Boxing Organization.

View the full history of Pound for Pound from 1970 – 2019 here

READ: A History of the Lineal Heavyweight Championship (1885 – 2019)