The next blockbuster bout has the boxing world on the edge of its seat. Choosing the next major fight is no picnic, what with all the champions looking to defend their titles and all the up-and-coming fighters wanting to show the world what they can do. Let’s examine the present state of boxing and the fighters who are most likely to enter the ring.

Fury vs. Usyk II

Heavyweight Clash Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk have the heavyweight division’s major belts, making it the most interesting division in the sport. Their initial match was an exciting demonstration of technical prowess, with Usyk coming out on top by a razor-thin margin. With fans eagerly awaiting Usyk’s potential to unseat Fury or the Gypsy King’s return to heavyweight supremacy, a rematch is imminent.

Crawford Challenges the Best in Welterweight Boxing: Undisputed Champion

After defeating Errol Spence Jr., Terence Crawford became the unchallenged welterweight champion. There is a plenty of skill in the category, though. Crawford may face a rising star with a perfect knockout record in Jaron Ennis, or he may face Shawn Porter again.

Canelo Alvarez Raises the Bars for His Super Middleweight Career

No one has been able to dethrone Canelo Alvarez as the unrivaled super middleweight champion. The only fighter to defeat Canelo in recent years, Dmitry Bivol, is the subject of fan speculation over a possible rematch and a possible move up to light heavyweight.