Thai world champion beats Floyd’s record and retires undefeated

Stats and analytics aren’t always the thing you should be following if you’re into boxing.

The greatest names in the history of the sport have lost fights, but they still managed to get in the Hall of Fame.

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When talking about stats and unblemished records there’s one name that comes to mid – Floyd Mayweather. He was known for his defense and with his undefeated pro record of 50-0.

The American has retired in 2017, but now his record has been beaten by a Thai world champion.

Wanheng Menayothin, 34, is a former WBC minimumweight world champion who announced his retirement a couple of days ago with a record of 54 wins and 0 losses.

Thailand’s finest captures the 48 kilos world title in 2014 which is followed by 16 consecutive title defences. His last fight was in October when he defeated his adversary via UD.

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