BBC pound-for-pound British rankings
After much deliberation, staff at the BBC Sport website have come up with their top 10 British fighters, pound-for-pound.
Ignoring weight, this subjective list takes into account fighters' recent results, their skills, resilience and punching power.
The list will be updated periodically and should be treated as a talking point. Let the debate begin.
1. Carl Froch - Super-middleweight
Nottingham (32-2, 23KOs)
The controversial nature of Froch's defeat of George Groves makes a rematch a possibility. Froch wants a rematch with Andre Ward - unfortunately for Froch, Ward doesn't need him.
2. Kell Brook - Welterweight
Sheffield (31-0, 21KOs)
Brook was impressive in demolishing Ricky Hatton's conqueror Vyacheslav Senchenko and should finally fight for a world title in his next outing. Improving all the time.
3. Ricky Burns - Lightweight
Coatbridge (37-2, 11KOs)
The Coatbridge man was fortunate to earn a decision against Mexican Raymundo Beltran, although he did have his jaw broken in the second round. Faces a rematch in February.
4. George Groves - Super-middleweight
London (19-1, 15KOs)
Groves was magnificent in defeat against Carl Froch, so magnificent that Froch might not fancy a rematch. Whatever path he takes, he has won over the hearts of British boxing fans.
5. Amir Khan - Light-welterweight
Bolton (28-3, 19KOs)
Khan very nearly came a cropper against Julio Diaz but rode out the storm to stay on target for a big payday against pound-for-pound king Floyd Mayweather next May.
6. Carl Frampton - Super-bantamweight
Belfast (17-0, 12KOs)
Frampton continued his rise through the super-bantamweight ranks with an impressive win over Frenchman Jeremy Parodi and could fight for a world title in his next fight.
7. Martin Murray - Middleweight
St Helens (25-1-1, 11KOs)
Murray gave a game display in challenging for Sergio Martinez's WBC crown in Buenos Aires and will hopefully earn another world title shot in 2014, perhaps against Darren Barker.
8. Scott Quigg - Super-bantamweight
Bury (27-0-2, 20KOs)
Quigg made up for his underwhelming draw with Cuban Yoandris Salinas with a fine knockout of Diego Silva. A fight against Carl Frampton is what fans want to see.
9. Darren Barker - Middleweight
London (26-2, 16KOs)
Barker's world reign was a short one, with Felix Sturm making short work of him in his first defence in Stuttgart. May now choose to retire because of an ongoing hip injury.
10. Jamie McDonnell - Bantamweight
Doncaster (22-2-1, 10KOs)
Having beaten previously undefeated Mexican Julio Ceja to win the IBF crown, McDonnell was subsequently stripped. Stopped Bernard Inom in his comeback fight to get back on track.