They have not only quick arms, strength and precise aiming but above all, they have a sexy body and lust in the eye. Success in boxing is sexy for a certain group of women, especially when the bank account is also successful. What are the sexiest men in boxing history? We bring you the Top 10!
Anthony Joshua (29)
A professional heavyweight boxer who won the gold Olympic medal in 2012 in London. If you like bigger muscles and a mischievous smile, you will definitely succumb.
Wladimir Klitschko (42)
A legendary boxer, and above all a huge and strong guy. They say that he is very gentle, but you must admit that he seems formidable. He holds four WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles and together with his older brother, Vitali, World Champion of WBC association, holds all of the world championship titles. He is the longest-running heavyweight champion in IBF, WBO and IBO, both in terms of total time and number of successful title defences.
Mike Tyson (52)
One of the most popular heavyweight boxers in the modern era. Mike was the most dangerous boxer due to his roughness and loutish; nevertheless, he became a heavyweight champion when he was 19.
Amir Khan (31)
British boxer with Pakistani roots Amir Khan is considered one of today’s greatest talents. In 2004, he won the silver medal at the Olympics as a seventeen-year-old amateur. He gained his first professional title at the age of twenty-two, becoming the youngest British champion in history.
Timothy Bradley (35)
American boxer Timothy Ray Bradley Jr. is the current WBO World Champion. Due to his speed, the commentators of boxing gala evenings introduce him as The Desert Storm. He is unbeaten in the professional ring; he has won all matches except for one.
Rocky Marciano († 46)
Although many people do not know his full name, everyone knows who Rocky is. He is the only heavy weight boxer who retired from the ring without ever being defeated by anyone. His career includes unbelievable 49 victories, of which 43 were K.O. and he never tasted the ring floor. His popularity was greatest during the time of his utter invincibility, and after his retirement, a film was made, in which his battle with Muhammad Ali was reconstructed to the last detail.
Muhammad Ali († 74)
He is considered the best boxer of all time, but some of them describe him as the best athlete of all time, too. His style was graceful, elegant, yet utterly deadly. Many professional boxers try to learn his technique. Ali, however, is not only valued for his sporting performances, but also for helping to raise confidence in the black community living in the US at the time of his greatest success, he help it rely on its ideals and show its disagreement with the discrimination it had to face at that time.
Floyd Mayweather Jr. (41)
The world’s best-paid athlete that is full of controversy for quick blows and provocations. It is basically the embodiment of today's boxing style and so it is supposed to be given the fact that he managed to break the record when he attracted 2.5 million spectators to his match.
Ondřej Pála (34)
The best Czech professional heavyweight boxer. He also tried judo, Thai boxing and jiu-jitsu, but eventually boxing won. Beside boxing, Ondřej likes fishing, fast cars and snowboarding.
Keith Thurman (29)
Out of the ring, American boxer is a thinking man who reads philosophical books with and in his spare time he takes care of his two Chihuahuas. But once the gong sounds, the other side comes to the surface. He is fierce, he hits hard, and that’s why he has won most of his matches by knocking his opponent out. His nickname is "One Time ".