“I look at the pound-for-pound list from a track record standpoint…some guys may have 3 or 4 losses, but you have to look at the whole track record…a track record of fighting the best and beating the best over an extended period of time…there has to be a consistent track record…shouldn’t be about popularity…it shouldn’t even about skill,” stated future Hall of Famer Andre Ward, who explained his definition of pound-for-pound and revealed who he currently has as #1. Check it out!
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