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UNDEFEATED BOXERS

Number One, Paddy Monaghan-Bare Knuckle Boxing m/weight World Champion

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114 UNDEFEATED BOUTS. (This is if you count street fighting or Bare-Knuckle Boxing ... (BKB ) ) There are at least 13 BKB Boxers on this list, none with a record to beat this one though.

1. Jimmy Barry - World Paperweight Champion (110lbs) - 58 (38) - 0 (0) - 10

2. Benjamin Brain - English Bareknuckle Heavyweight Champion - (7-0-1)

3. Tom Chandler - Middleweight Bareknuckle Champion - (3-0-1)

4. William "Nobby" Clark - Featherweight Bareknuckle Champion - (2-0-0)

5. Jim Dunne - Welterweight Bare Knuckle Champion - (2-0-0)

6. Jack "Duggan" Fearns - English Bare Knuckle Heavyweight Champion - (1-0-0)

7. Samson Dutch Boy Gym - WBF Super Flyweight Champion - 43 (36) - 0(0) - 0

8. Owney Geoghegan - American Lightweight Bareknuckle Champion - (11-0-1)

9. Jack Harris - English Heavyweight Claimant BareknuckleChampion

10. Jemal Hinton - WBC Continental Americas Super Bantamweight Campion - 22 (17) - 0 (0) - 0

11. Jacob Hyer - Bare Knuckle American Heavyweight Champion - (1-0-0)

12. Tom Hyer - Bare Knuckle American Heavyweight Champion - (2-0-0)

13. Ike Ibeabuchi - WBC International Heavyweight Champion - 20 (15) - 0(0) - 0

14. Ji Won Kim - IBF Super Bantamweight Champion - 16 (7) - 0 (0) - 2

15. Michael Loewe - WBO Welterweight Champion - 28 (10) - 0(0) - 0

16. Ricardo Lopez - IBF Light Flyweight Champion - 51 (38) - 0 (0) - 1

17. Tom Lyons - Bare Knuckle Heavyweight Champion (1-0-0)

18. Rocky Marciano - World Heavyweight Champion - 49 (43) - 0(0) - 0

19. Terry Marsh - IBF Light Welterweight Champion - 26 (10) - 0 (0) - 1

20. Floyd Mayweather Jr. - WBC Super Featherweight, WBC Lightweight Champion, WBC Light Welterweight Champion, IBF Welterweight Champion, WBC Welterweight Champion & WBC Light Middleweight Champion - 39 (25) - 0- 0

21. Jack McAuliffe - World Lightweight Champion - 34 (23) - 0 (0) - 5

22. Young Mitchell - American Featherweight, Australian Lightweight,PC Welterweight, and PC Middleweight Claimant - 35-0-6 (BoxRec only has 5-0-4)

23. Edson Pedro Nascimento - UBC Ibero-American Lightweight Champion - 47 (40) - 0(0) - 1

24. Horace Notice - Commonwealth (BE) Heavyweight Belt-holder - 16 (12) - 0 (0) - 0

25. Sven Ottke - WBA & IBF Super Middleweight Champion - 34 (6) - 0 (0) - 0

26. Laszlo Papp - EBU (European) Middleweight Champion - 27 (15) - 0 (0) - 2

27. Henry Pearce - Bare Knuckle Heavyweight Champion - (7-0-0)

28. Jack Randall - Lightweight Bareknuckle Champion - (16-0-1)

29. Young Dutch Sam - Welterweight Bareknuckle Champion - (11-0-0) ????????

30. Pichit Sitbangprachan IBF Flyweight Champion 24(18) - 0 (0) - 0

31. Mzukisi Skweyiya - South African Non-White Bantamweight Champion - 21 (7) - 0 (0) - 1

Some sources have Joe Coburn - Bare Knuckle Heavyweight Champion, BUT he was beaten twice during his career.

Here's some others that were Undefeated:

1. Kirk Daley - (1988-1994) Former Jr. Middleweight Contender - 19 (18) - 0 (0) - 0

2. Scott Daley - (1986-1998) Former Middleweight Contender - 24 (24) - 0(0) - 0

3. George Kandelaki - (1998-2003) Former Heavyweight Contender - 24 (18) - 0 (0) - 0

4. Vinny Letizia - (1990-1993) Former Welterweight Contender 16 (14) - 0(0) - 1

5. Tom Gleason - (1890-1896) Middleweight Champion of North & South Dakota, & Montana - 6-0-3 (2 ND)

6. Niels H Madsen - (1990-1992) Former Cruiserweight 8(4) - 0 (0) - 0

7. Agustin Senin - (1967-1972) Spanish & EBU (European) Bantamweight Champion - 42 (21) - 0 (0) - 1

8. Gurcharan Singh (2001-2004) Former Cruiserweight 17 (10) - 0(0) - 0

9. Jimmy Wilde (Moisés Ortenberg) - (1935-1943) Argentina - 37 (15) - 0 (0) - 5

10. Ricky Womack - (1984-2001) (defeated Holyfield 3 times in the amateur) 13(6) - 0 (0) - 1

There even more, BUT I don't think I have the room to put them all in.

Rocky Marciano is to this date the only undefeated heavyweight champion.

Warrior25bsc: What about Joe Calzaghe?

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James J Jeffries, Joe Louis and Rocky Marciano ---- Louis lost to Max Schmeling in 1936 before he ever became champ and Jeffries was TKOed in the 15th round by Jack Johnson in 1910, six years after he retired the first time. Other than Marciano, I don't know of any. Rocky Marciano is the only heavyweight champion to retire UNDEAFETED, however the only 3 heavyweight champions to retire having DEFEATED all there opponents are Gene Tunney, Rocky Marciano and Lennox Lewis, whilst Lewis was defeated by McCall and Rahman, he avenged the defeat's in rematches, so hence "he defeated all his opponents".

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Rocky Marciano holds the record for the longest undefeated streak by a heavyweight and for being the only world heavyweight champion to go undefeated throughout his career. This record was challenged by Larry Holmes in 1985 when Holmes went 48-0 before losing to Michael Spinks twice. Light heavyweight Dariusz Michalczewski also challenged Marciano's record when he was 48-0, but lost to Julio César González in his 49th fight. Julio César Chávez holds the record for longest win streak with eighty-eight straight until he suffered a draw in 1993. Heavyweight Brian Nielsen tied Marciano's record but lost his 50th fight against Dicky Ryan. Willie Pep, a featherweight, had a perfect 62-0 record before he was defeated once, followed by a 72-0-1 undefeated streak. Packy McFarland was a lightweight (fighting between 1904-1915) who lost his first fight and then won his next 98, though he never won the lightweight title. Heavyweight champion Gene Tunney never suffered a defeat at heavyweight and retired as champion, although he did lose one fight at light heavyweight.

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Rocky Marciano. he was undefeated in 49 professional bouts.

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Rocky Marciano was 49-0 with 43 KO's

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