Fury Vs Wilder 3- Wilder gave Fury a shot at the strap when he didn’t deserve one back in December of 2018 and he fought the champ to a draw. Fury destroyed Wilder in the rematch and now Fury should grant the Bronze Bomber the trilogy match.
Joshua Vs Usyk- The unified heavyweight champ vs the former undisputed cruiserweight champ. This makes all too much sense, just like when Holyfield moved up to heavyweight he got a shot at the unified crown. Usyk should get a similar shot.
Canelo Vs Plant- Plant has recognized that he was offered a shot at Canelo but says, and for good reason, he wasn’t going to take the biggest fight of his career on short notice. However, if Canelo stays at 168, the biggest draw in the sport needs to fight the upstart and highly skilled champion.
GGG vs Charlo- Charlo deserves the big fight, and with Canelo campaigning likely at 168, GGG is the biggest name in the division. If he can beat Charlo he has re-established himself as the best middleweight in the world, if he loses there’s a new king of the middleweights and his name is Jermall Charlo.
Crawford Vs Spence- The two best welterweights, the best American fighters, both still in their primes. This fight has to happen now.
Taylor Vs Ramirez- Two unified champs in the absolute primes of their career fighting for the undisputed crown! The winner should go on and challenge immediately for a 147-pound crown, like Terence Crawford dis in 2018.
Lomachenko Vs Lopez- This fight is all but made whenever boxing returns and it needs to be the current lightweight king vs the young upstart champion. It has sort of a Mayweather Vs Canelo feel to it. Canelo wasn’t ready back in 2013, is Teofimo ready?
Warrington Vs Russell Jr- Over a two-year span from mid-2017- mid-2019 perhaps no one fought a higher level of competition than Josh Warrington. Gary Russell Jr is a hall of fame talent who needs another great win on his resume, Warrington is just that. Its a unification fight in one of the most talented divisions.
Inoue Vs Rigondeaux[ Its a legacy fight for both men. Inoue, low-key has one of the best resumes in the sport but no one outside of the hardest of hardcore has any idea how good his resume is, he needs a well-known name. Rigo has been avoided for years and he deserves a legacy-defining fight, a win over the monster would be just that.
Tanaka Vs Ioka- Just like Loma/Lopez this fight looks like a done deal. Ioka is well on his way to a hall of fame career a win over the pound for pound Tanaka would cement his status. Tanaka is a pound for pounder he needs a great name on his list to move up Ioka is just that.