Top 4 boxers in the MMA world today

MMA now has many excellent fighters. Let’s take a look at top 4 foumous names in MMA.

1. Khabib Nurmagomedov: The Russian boxer is the one with the longest unbeaten match currently playing at the UFC (the largest martial arts championship in the world). “Eagles” have won all 24 matches, including victory against famous boxers such as former UFC lightweight champion Rafael Dos Anjos or 6th-ranked Michael Johnson.

2. Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino: Cyborg is the most prominent MMA female fighter in the world class, not Ronda Rousey or UFC champion Amanda Nunes. The strength of Brazilian boxers is the right fist. So far, Cyborg has won a knockout of 15 out of 19 opponents and only lost 1 match 12 years ago.
Among Justino’s defeat, the most famous is the beauty Gina Carano – who has retired and is acting. Carano has appeared in a number of blockbuster productions such as Deadpool or Fast and Furious 6.

3. Jon Jones: He is the youngest champion in UFC history when he got the lower heavyweight belt at 23 years and 242 days. In his playing career, Jon Jones won 22 of 23 matches. It is worth noting that Jones’ only defeat was because the boxer used illegal moves in the match that he completely overwhelmed before Matt Hamill.

Jones is a talented fighter. He was the first to fall and win against Daniel Cormier – former Olympic wrestling athlete. The striking skills (punch, kick, cross) and fastening of American boxers are also excellent.
In May 2015, Jones was banned from playing at UFC for six months after causing an accident and fleeing while driving. Because of that incident, Jones lost the No. 1 position in the UFC best boxers rankings and the title belt later belonged to Cormier himself.

4. Conor McGregor: Referring to the current martial arts, can not ignore “Crazy guy” Conor McGregor. The personality is extravagant, but the Irish boxer has a respectable talent. He was the one who ended Jose Aldo’s featherweight domination in nearly 10 years as the fastest knockout phase in the history of 13-minute belt battles.