Strong blows often have a lot of harm, particularly heavy. SunSports experts select the 6 most powerful boxers based on technique, pace and intensity.
Deontay Wilder is No. 1. U.S. boxers claimed 42 wins and 41 knock-out defeats on 44 occasions. Wilder is renowned for his strong right hand punch with an almost 211 cm broad length. His only loss to date is the one against Tyson Fury in February.
Anthony Joshua is the second individual. The British striker currently owns all four WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight championships. Joshua doesn’t have a horrible punching power like Wilder, but the 30-year-old boxer ‘s technique lets him deliver a punch that is hard enough and skillful enough to finish off his rival.
Twenty-four times, he recorded 21 knockout wins, accounting for 87.5 percent
Dillian Whyte is the next name. The British boxing influence is noticeable in two knock-out wins over Lucas Brown and Derek Chisora. Whyte battered the adversary with a strong left hook, forcing them to rely on the help of the medical staff. In 28 matches, he claimed 27 draws and claimed 18 knockout draws, accounting for 64.3 per cent.
Daniel Dubois was fourth. Fans recall the English champion with his fists on his opponents. Dubois has a knockout record of 92.9 percent with 13 victories in 14 undefeated matches. He owns all the UK heavyweight championships as of 2019.
The fifth place is Alexander Povetkin. There are a lot of concerns about the Russian boxer ‘s future after his two doping allegations, but fans don’t doubt Povetkin ‘s ring power. In 38 televised times, he lost just 2 matches against Wladimir Klitschko and Joshua. Povetkin’s knock-out score is 63.2%.
Adam Kownacki is the next name. Andy Ruiz resembles the Polish boxer from the publicity department. His latest win over two former world champions, Charles Martin and Chris Arreola, has made his name stand out as a knockout expert. In 21 tries, Kownacki missed just one match and won 15 knockouts.