The Official Pound for Pound: Worst Boxers of All Time

Published on 31 March 2023 at 18:14

Welcome to the world of boxing, where one punch can change the course of a match, and a single loss can tarnish a fighter's record forever. We did some research and found ten boxers with the worst records you'll ever see. From a fighter who's never won a single match to another who's lost over 80 fights, get ready to meet some of the worst boxers in history.

       1. Peter Buckley (32-256-12)

Peter Buckley, also known as the "Prince of Losers," is hands-down the worst boxer of all time. Don't let his nickname fool you - this guy was a total champ at losing, and he held the record for the most losses in boxing history until 2020. However, he did win 32 matches, so hats off to him for that.


       2. Reggie Strickland (66-276-17)

Reggie Strickland was almost as bad as Peter Buckley, with over 200 losses on his record. He fought over three decades, earning him the nickname "The Journeyman," but he never could seem to make it past the journey part.


         3. Brian Sutherland (4-45)

Brian Sutherland fought 49 times and won only four times, a staggering loss record of over 90%. Ouch.

         4. Brandon Burke (0-20)

Brandon Burke never won a single match in his career, but he still went out there and tried his best. If only his best was good enough.


          5. Eric Crumble (2-36-2)

Eric Crumble is a former boxer with a rather crumbly record. He fought 40 times and won just twice, with a jaw-dropping 36 losses. 

          6.  Paul Smith (0-7)

Paul Smith is another fighter who never managed to win a single match, losing all seven of the bouts he fought in his professional career. 

           7. Danny Fearon (1-51-5)

Danny Fearon had a long and illustrious career that spanned over two decades, but he lost most of his fights, with just one victory out of 57 fights.

            8. Khaosai Galaxy (47-1)

Khaosai Galaxy is not like the other fighters on this list in terms of his record, with a respectable 47-1. However, his one loss came at the hands of Sura Saenkham, who was fighting in only his third professional fight. Just goes to show that even the best of the best can have an off day.

          9. Francisco Mora (58-54-1)

Francisco Mora won 58 times in his career, but he also lost 54, including two losses to Peter Buckley. He also had one draw, which was probably the closest he ever came to a victory.

Well, there you have it, folks - ten boxers with some of the worst records you'll ever see. These fighters may not have had the best luck in the ring, but at least they tried their best - and sometimes, that's all that matters.

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