Terence Crawford’s glittering boxing career is unrivaled when it comes to the records of unbeaten reigning world champions, according to our research, with Tyson Fury ranked third on the list. 

Crawford’s career has seen him enjoy a stellar rise through the years, racking up an impressive 37-0-0 record since his professional debut in 2008, during which he’s held world championship titles in three weight classes while becoming the undisputed super lightweight champion.

Ahead of “Bud’s” defence of his current WBO welterweight title against Shawn Porter on Saturday, our study, analysing the records of all 68 major world title holders across 17 different weight classes, has revealed that the 34-year-old American’s 37-0-0 record is five victories superior to his nearest unbeaten rival.

WBC middleweight champion Jermall Charlo is Crawford’s closest challenger with a 32-0-0 record, while WBC heavyweight champion Fury (31-0-1) sits third in the list following his most recent victory against Deontay Wilder last month.

WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade and WBC super featherweight champion Oscar Valdez complete the top five, ranking joint-fourth in the study with identical 30-0-0 records.

WBC and IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence Jr (27-0-0) is next in line in sixth, with WBA cruiserweight champion Arsen Goulamirian and WBC lightweight champion Devin Haney joint-seventh with matching 26-0-0 records. WBO flyweight champion Junto Nakatani (22-0-0) and WBA minimumweight champion Thammanoon Niyomtrong (22-0-0), meanwhile, round off the top 10.

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