Discussion P4P list--End of 2018 (Post Yours)

One Man

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Jul 13, 2018
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He beat the p4p #1, stopped him in their rematch, and he beat another p4p-level fighter in Estrada. Gonzalez was #1 when he got beat then relegated to #6-10 (from what I remember on other forums) when he got stopped. Estrada was as high as #5 p4p at one point to arguably bottom 10 p4p when he lost to Sor Rungvisai. Also, I know some people thought Gonzalez won the first fight, but I'm going by official results, unless the robbery is just so damn blatant.

I mean who else on this list has beaten two p4p fighters?
Not saying I disagree just asking.
Funny to think he was trashes vefore the first Chocolatito for his record.
You can never know with these thais.
 
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Jun 4, 2013
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My point wasnt about Broner but rather the nothing ess of belts.
There is simply no way you can have Crawford over Usyk.His wins simply are nit better regardless if belts.
I think if you just go by eye test, but I'm not a fan of that. I think it just introduces all kinds of silliness, but hell, p4p lists are more subjective than scoring.
 
May 16, 2013
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Lomachenko
Rungvisai
Crawford
Usyk
GGG/Canelo
Garcia
Inoue
Spence (even though I think he beats Crawford)
Fury (I'm in mind to have him even higher, just needs to beat Joshua and he jumps up the list imo (higher than Usyk))

I could see Rungvisai higher than Loma, he has better wins. Difficult one.

The GGG vs Canelo controversy hinders both of them from being higher. Spence has all the talent but not the big names, same as Inoue. Usyk is clearly brilliant and he cleared out a very strong division, if Fury does the same or even better does he move above? I think so, regardless of how tricky ranking heavyweights in a p4p sense is.

Very difficult doing p4p lists.
 
Jun 1, 2012
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Lomachenko
Rungvisai
Crawford
Usyk
GGG/Canelo
Garcia
Inoue
Spence (even though I think he beats Crawford)
Fury (I'm in mind to have him even higher, just needs to beat Joshua and he jumps up the list imo (higher than Usyk))

I could see Rungvisai higher than Loma, he has better wins. Difficult one.

The GGG vs Canelo controversy hinders both of them from being higher. Spence has all the talent but not the big names, same as Inoue. Usyk is clearly brilliant and he cleared out a very strong division, if Fury does the same or even better does he move above? I think so, regardless of how tricky ranking heavyweights in a p4p sense is.

Very difficult doing p4p lists.
Loma looks to be fighting Crolla next. If he keeps this up then he'll be effectively relinquishing the top spot with no help.
 
Jun 4, 2013
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So Nietes just got his big win, BUT it was a razor close one from what I'm reading. I'll watch it later for sure. My P4P List to end 2018. I think this win should give Nietes a consensus top 10 p4p spot at this point. I'll put him higher than Santa Cruz because he's done so much in 2018, including this career-defining win, while Santa Cruz only beat Mares.

1. Usyk
2. Sor Rungvisai
3. Alvarez
4. Lomachenko
5. Crawford
6. Golovkin
7. Mikey
8. Inoue
9. Nietes

10. Santa Cruz

Imo, bolded should be consensus in whatever order, but who the hell cares. This is all subject.