Boxing still (just) holds onto its title as the top combat sport in the world despite the growth in popularity of mixed martial arts (MMA). The stars who put themselves in harm’s way to wow millions of admirers with their talent and charisma deserve recognition for this.

The list of upcoming boxing stars who will light up the sport in the years to come is provided below.


Starting with the heavyweight division, the 23-year-old Dubois is a top prospect who has achieved 14 of his 15 victories by way of knockout by employing his powerful punches. In order to turn professional and sign with Queensberry promotions, he skipped the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Despite the fact that Joe Joyce broke his previously unbeaten streak, Dubois’s thrilling striking skills will ensure that he recovers.

Jaime Munguía

For the past eight years or so, this Mexican hotshot has been thrashing opponents in the welterweight, light-middleweight, and middleweight weight classes. Even though many of the “contenders” would be viewed as “nobodies,” Mungua has defeated opponents like Gary O’Sullivan and Dennis Hogan.

Mungua’s boxing technique makes it possible that he will experience superior boxers sooner or later, and his attitude further prolongs the fans’ anticipation.

Vergil Ortiz Jr.

One of the hottest future-makers for Golden Boy Promotion is this 22-year-old American/Mexican. He has defeated his opponents in 16 of the 16 fights he has entered by knockout. When Ortiz defeated seasoned fighters Antonio Orozco and Brad Solomon by knockout, his status rose. He then continued the trend by stopping Samuel Vargas in his most recent fight.

The boxing betting markets generally concur, with Ortiz receiving short odds to succeed as the World Welterweight Champion and being named 2019 Prospect of the Year by Ring magazine.


One of the best boxers in Philadelphia, Jaron Ennis, 23, can switch stances faster than his adversary can blink. Only the most ardent supporters of Ennis know how underappreciated he is, and boxing runs in his family. Ennis’ most recent wins involved dominating stoppages over Juan Carlos Abreu and Bakhtiyar Eyubov. If he hadn’t been gushing with blood, he would have been 27-0 against Chris van Heerden.

Teofimo Lopez Jr.

Teofimo Lopez has been the IBF lightweight champion for around three years, making him a well-known name in the sport. With a convincing victory over prominent boxer Vasyl Lomachenko, he added the WBA, WBO, and The Ring lightweight belts to his collection.


The 22-year-old Garcia, another boxer whose father served as a father figure in the sport, has shown that he is more than simply a cute boy beloved by millions of female fans. His lightning-quick striking skill supports his arrogant attitude. As some still have doubts about his abilities, all eyes are on him to see if he can become the unquestioned titleholder.


In 2019, the 22-year-old Haney won the interim WBC lightweight title, and soon after, she was crowned the official champion. As one of the youngest people to ever hold the world title, Haney has won a number of regional WBC and IBF championships. He defeated Alfredo Santiago and Yuriorkis Gamboa in his championship defences.

David Benavidez

David Benavidez, 24, has won the WBC super-middleweight title twice. Benavidez, who has been boxing since he was able to speak, defeated Ronald Gavril in 2017 to become the division’s youngest-ever super-middleweight champion. He then faced Gavril again shortly after to defend his title. Should he manage his demons, the undefeated Benavidez will only gain stronger.

Shakur Stevenson

A boxer is guaranteed to be entertaining if he has the renowned Tupac Shakur’s name. He won a silver medal at the Olympics, and because of his charm and trash-talking, he has been compared to Floyd Mayweather. Shakur is regarded as being very strategic in the ring and is also incredibly quick and resilient. He has engaged in bouts outside of the ring, which is the sole drawback.


The 26-year-old fighter on our list is the oldest but also the finest; he has been competing for 8 years and is 24-0, with 23 of those victories coming by way of knockout. He is regarded as the best Super Featherweight in the world by the TBRB. The IBF super featherweight title has been held by Davis. By defeating Yuriorkis Gamboa by TKO, he captured the standard lightweight title.

In his most recent contest, he defeated Léo Santa Cruz by knockout and took home the super featherweight championship. Given that he has engaged in numerous altercations outside of the boxing ring, his sole enemy is himself. Despite these drawbacks, he still manages to dominate and sell PPVs, and the future of the sport appears to belong to him as the largest star.

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