pound for pound is a way of saying without the obvious weight differance, is this guy who's 140lbs a better fighter than this guy who's 240lbs, it's who would win hypothetically if weight didn't matter. so the best pound for pound fighter would be simply the best, even though he'd lose to someone because of size.
Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao of the Philippines is the greatest pound-for-pound boxer in the world today.
Sugar Ray Robinson was a late boxer, he was considered as the greatest boxer ever pound for pound.
Sugar Ray Leonard is considered as the greatest boxer ever for pound to pound boxer.
Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao
Sugar Ray Robinson, in my opinion
The American boxer named Chad Dawson was born in Hartsville, South Carolina on July 13, 1982. In 2012 he was considered the 10th best boxer on a pound for pound ranking.
Manny "PACMAN" Pacquiao of the Philippines
it's kind of a stupid distinction because there is no way to prove any of this. Pound for pound lists are trying to rank boxers on the absolute value of their skill -- so if all the boxers were the same weight who would be the best.
Most boxing experts say he was the Greatest Boxer Pound for Pound that ever lived.
pitbulls should win because its powerful then da boxer
Boxer puppies can weigh in at birth a little less than a pound upwards to 3 pounds for a new born.
A boxer-bulldog cross could be aggressive, but I wouldn't expect this cross to be mean or aggressive overall.
Manny "pacman" Paquiao, a boxer. A pound for pound king. He make the history of 7 titles , in different divitions.
Places such as a pound or animal agency might give away boxer puppies free because they cannot afford to feed them themselves. Alternatively it could be that they have not got space to house the puppies
lb = pound
Agbeko is the former world bantamweight champion.(118 pound limit)
Maybe you mean a quarter of a pound. This is one-fourth of the pound.
the past great of the Philippines i don't know but present is the international pound for pound king manny pacquiao. his nickname is the packman. he is the best boxer in the world
In the East End of London. I often heard this term used when describing a boxer. He's as game as a bagel (or Beigel as we say!). It means a boxer is brave boxer.
"Pound for pound" is a loosely used saying that means "equal" or "to match" something else.
Lb stands for pound.