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One punch predators

Our Top 10

By Jamil Parker   - @intuboxing

10. David Lemieux- With stoppages over Gabriel Rosado, Curtis Stevens and Glen Tapia. Lemieux proved himself to be one of the biggest punchers at 160 and perhaps all of boxing. His awkward come forward style has produced 34 ko's out of 44 fights. If all that wasn't enough this past Saturday he baptized Spike O'Sullivan with a left hook in the first round.

9 Jermall Charlo- A very sharp and accurate puncher who has been known to make highlights out of his opponents. His stoppage over Julian Williams left no doubt that he can finish an opponent in a flash.

8. Artur Beterbiev- A devastating puncher at light heavyweight. While only having 12 fights, he has garnered a reputation as a very big puncher. Whilst none of his fights have gone the distance, Bbeterbiev hasn't fought the cream of the crop to move him higher on the list.

7. Mikey Garcia- Garcia has racked up 30 ko's in 4 divisions. A very technical and accurate puncher, he uses his jab and expert timing to remain undefeated after 39 fights. Stoppages over Dejan Zlaticanin, Rocky Martinez and Juan Manuel Lopez are just a sample of his opponents to not make the distance.

6. Sergey Kovalev- The former unified champ at 175 has been a terror in the division for the past decade. 28 out of his 32 wins have come by knockout. His victims include Pascal, Shabransky and Boone and a laundry list of others. His reputation for being a huge puncher was bolstered after the tragic passing of Roman Simakov after Kovalev stopped in 2012.

5. Anthony Joshua- 20 out of 21 fights have ended early in favor of Joshua. A huge 6'6 250 pound frame with a mean streak to go along with. He may look and speak like a choir boy at times but he looks to dispatch every opponent with extreme prejudice.

4. Gennady Golovkin - One of the biggest punchers in middleweight history. 34 knockouts along with 23 in a row have attributed to his legend. He systematically breaks down his opponents and is very capable of stopping a fighter with a head or body shot. 

3. Adonis Stevenson - Stevenson is one of the biggest punchers the light heavyweight division has ever seen. The right hand is rather pedestrian but he just so happens to wield the left hand of GOD. It is a nuclear bomb, Zeus lightning bolt and any other moniker that describes complete destruction. He is the definition of one puncher power. 24 fights that ended by stoppage included big names such as Tony Bellew, Chad Dawson and Andrzej Fonfara.

2. Naoya Inoue- The Monster has lived up to his nickname in every since of the word. In his short professional career, he has racked up 14ko's in 16 fights. This little giant has disastrous power in both hands along with good speed that makes him a nightmare matchup. No matter what punch or angle he is always in a position to separate his opponent from their senses. Even though he is at a smaller weight he is possibly p4p the biggest puncher in boxing.

1. Deontay Wilder-  he stands at 6'7 and a very lean 227 pounds and just might be the most explosive puncher of all time. He doesn't use proper technique and still gets the same results as all the legendary hard hitters. His sleek frame allows him to get great leverage and speed on his punches. If he catches you flush it can produce seizures, boxers have blocked his shots and still ended up on the canvas. Wilder has stopped every opponent he has been in the ring with despite having a 40-0 39 ko record. He is by far the most dangerous fighter in boxing.