The USA starts 2022 as the boxing power to beat – DAZN News US

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Saul 'Canelo' Álvarez being crowned undisputed champion, the trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, and the surprise that George Kambosos Jr. had in store for Teófimo López were just some of the standout moments from 2021.
The sport of boxing is an individual's sport, but triumphs are often celebrated as whole whole and the United States has a lot to celebrate after cementing its position as the country with the most world champions, with 10 fighters holding world title belts. 

The USA was then followed by Japan and Mexico, while England and the Philippines are tied in fourth.

This year the USA starts at the top when it comes to world champions, but will they be able to hold on to top spot after another thrilling 12 months of fights?
United States has the most world champions with 10 world ranging from light heavyweight to super bantamweight.
Japan are second with seven champions and is a country often associated with the smaller weight classes. The seven champions range from middleweight to light flyweight.
Mexico did lose two champions in 2021, but there are still six fighters with world titles and among them is the pound-for-pound king and undisputed super middleweight champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez.
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