On Saturday, power-punching monster Edwin Valero will make his maiden defence of his WBC Lightweight belt against Hector Velazquez in front of a sell-out bumper crowd in his home nation of Venezuela, La Guaira.
As ‘Dinamita’ has a ridiculous knockout ratio, we list the top 10 belt-holders in order of knockout percentage.
#10 Giovanni Segura (MEX) (22-1-1, 18 KOs) 82%
The WBA Light Flyweight titlist has won all his title contests by stoppage.
#9 Vic Darchinyan (ARM) (33-2-1, 27 KOs) 82%
The WBC and WBA Super Flyweight titleholder made a stunning comeback from the Agbeko defeat with a two round knockout of Tomas Rojas.
#8 Roman Gonzalez (NIC) (24-0, 21 KOs) 83%
The 22 year old Nicaraguan has suffered a knockout drought, winning his last two WBA Strawweight contests by decision.
#7 Kelly Pavlik (USA) (35-1, 31 KOs) 89%
Currently holding both WBO and WBC belts, Pavlik will fight Miguel Espino on PPV this weekend.
#6 Wladmir Klitschko (UKR) (53-3, 47 KOs) 89%
The younger brother might not be as dangerous as his brother, but the WBO and IBF Champion still has a kick in his punches.
#5 Juan Manuel Lopez (PUR) (27-0, 24 KOs) 89%
The new Puerto Rican icon survived a late scare from Rogers Mtagwa in possibly his last defence of his WBO Super Bantamweight title.
#4 Tavoris Cloud (USA) (20-0, 18 KOs) 90%
The undefeated American IBF Light Heavyweight titleholder will surely carry his power against better competition in 2010.
#3 David Haye (GBR) (23-1, 21 KOs) 91%
The brash Brit WBA Heavyweight beltholder has carried his explosive power to the high ranks of the heavyweight division.
#2 Vitali Klitschko (UKR) (38-2, 36 KOs) 95%
After defeating Kevin Johnson by decision in Berne last Saturday, ‘Dr Ironfist’s percentage dropped slightly, but not enough to see him fall below rival David Haye.
#1 Edwin Valero (VEN) (25-0, 25 KOs) 100%
The Venezuelan will be looking to keep his uniquely amazing knockout percentage with a stoppage of Velazquez in front of his hometown.