With Antony Joshua defending his heavyweight straps in knockout fashion and the other two heavyweight champs making their December 1st fight official at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Now seems like the perfect time to rank not just the three-headed heavyweight champion but the top 10 big men in the world.
10. Andy Ruiz Jr 31-1 (20) only loss came in close and a controversial decision two years ago to Joseph Parker has put together wins over Devin Vargas and Kevin Johnson since also has quality wins over Ray Austin, Joe Hanks, Tor Hamer, and Manuel Quezada
9.Joseph Parker – 24-2 (18) former WBO champ has back to back decision losses to AJ and Whyte ahs wins close, contested wins over Hughie Fury, Andy Ruiz Jr, and Carlos Takam.
8. Bryant Jennings – 24-2 (14) only losses to Wlad Klitschko and Luis Ortis,highly athletic big man with wins over Daniel Martz, Mike Perez, Artur Szpilka, Maurice Byarm
7. Luis Ortiz- 29-1 (25) only loss is a fight of the year candidate with Deontay Wilder has wins over Malik Scott, Bryant Jennings and a first-round destruction of Lateef Kayode which was overturned.
6. Hughie Fury- 21-1 (11) British heavyweight champion. Only loss was a bogus decision to Parker, 3DBoxing scored it 117-111 Fury. Has wins over Sam Sexton, Dominick Guinn, Andriy Rudenko.
5. Jarrell Big Baby Miller 21-0 (18) 300-pound heavyweight has wins over Gerald Washington, Mariusz Wach, and Johann Duhaupas
4. Dillian Whyte 24-1 (17) ranked #1 WBC only loss in a back and forth slugfest with Anthony Joshua has wins over Lucas Browne, Joseph Parker, Dereck Chisora, and Brian Minto
3. Tyson Fury Lineal World champ held WBA, WBO, IBF Ring titles 27-0 (19) Is the man who beat the man who beat the man. Has Wins over Wladimir Klitschko, Dereck Chisora x2, Steve Cunningham, Kevin Johnson. Stopped Marcell Zeller (21-3) in second pro bout
2. Deontay Wilder 40-0 (39) WBC heavyweight Olympic bronze medalist. Has wins over Luis Ortiz, Bermaine Stiverne x2, Gerald Washington, Chris Arreola, Artur Szpilka. 98% knockout rate is the highest in heavyweight champ history.
1. Anthony Joshua 22-0 (21) Unified WBA/WBO/IBF Heavyweight champ and Olympic gold medalist. Has wins over Joseph Parker, Wladimir Klitschko, Alexander Povetkin, Charles Martin, and Dillian Whyte. Best resume of the lot by a wide margin.