OLEKSANDR USYK has shot to the top of the Ring Magazine's pound-for-pound rankings after his historic win over Tyson Fury. Usyk became the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 1999. And he did so as the first in the four-belt era, replicating the same feat he achieved at cruiserweight.

Here, SunSport runs down Ring's list of top ten boxers in the world. The Ukrainian, 37, has risen from third to first after his victory over Fury. His unbeaten record as a two-time undisputed champ, with wins over Anthony Joshua, 34, and Fury, 35, only add to his claim as world No1.

The Japanese star, 31, is up a place after knocking out Mexican Luis Nery , 29, to retain his undisputed super-bantamweight crown. Inoue has 24 KOs in his 27 undefeated fights and stands as one of the biggest punchers in the sport. The American, 36, has been knocked off the top after Inoue and Usyk's most recent wins.

But Crawford returns on August 3 against Israil Madrimov, 29, for the WBO light-middleweight title which gives him the chance to become a four-weight champ. Boxing's top attraction remains in the top four after beating countryman Jaime Munguia, 27. He retained all his 168lb super-middleweight titles but Canelo's next move remains unreal.

The Russian, 40, is boxing's only champion with a 100 per cent KO ratio and was due to return against Dmitry Bivol, 33. But the light-heavyweight undisputed decider has been postponed after Beterbiev suffered a knee injury. The unified champ was .

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