The heavyweight boxing champions who stayed number one for the most consecutive days

Boxing is one of the sports that is loved by millions of fans in different countries. Although there are boxing events all over the world, most of the big fights happen in the USA.

Like other combat sports, boxing is divided into different divisions, based on the contestants’ weight. Each division has its perks, which is why they are all interesting to watch. Nevertheless, the one that stands out is the heavyweight division. This is where you can find pretty much all world-famous boxers (apart from Mayweather).

What’s interesting about the heavyweight division is the matches themselves. Each boxer can end the fight in just a matter of seconds because the punching power of the people who are in this division is just on another level.

Below, you will see the names of some of the heavyweight champions who stayed number one for a long, long time. If you are just starting to get interested in boxing, we definitely suggest checking them out.


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Wladimir Klitschko

The first person that is on this list is the infamous “Dr. Steelhammer”, the Ukrainian star, Wladimir Klitschko. Many of you probably remember his reign a few years ago. Even though he is technically retired right now, there are many people who still consider him as one of the greatest boxers of all time.

According to the official statistics, he was number one for a total of 4382 days, which is absolutely mind-blowing. Perhaps many of you remember and even played a bet on Sportingbet on the legendary match against Anthony Joshua. Even though this was a while ago, you can find loads of exclusive matches if you read this review of Sportingbet.

Wladimir Klitschko was indeed a remarkable boxer, and we really hope we can see him back in action someday.

Joe Louis

The second person on this list is yet another legend, and that’s Joe Louis. The American boxer was number one for 4270 days, which was actually the world record until Klitschko beat it. 

Those of you who’ve been following boxing for a while now probably remember is lightning-fast punches and incredible determination. If you haven’t had the chance to watch his amazing boxer, we highly recommend checking out an old video. You will see that the boxing style back then was a lot different compared to now.

Muhammad Ali

The third person on this list is someone who has earned a legendary status a long time ago. Muhammad Ali is perhaps the most recognizable name in the boxing industry. This boxer was number one for 3443 days and is still considered as the best boxer of all time, which is impressive.

Sadly, Muhammad Ali died a few years ago, which shocked the world. Even though he is not among us anymore, people still admire him to this day and regularly watch his old fights. If you are a boxing fan and you haven’t had the privilege of watching this legend live, you should definitely try to find a video of his fights.

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