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A look at the current top ten best light heavyweight boxers in the world

10- Eduard Gutknecht (24-1-0 9KO): Gutknecht has defended his EBU title three times now with each match ramping up his level of opposition, his latest being a decision win over Tony Averlant. Gutknecht should try and get a fight with Karo Murat later in the year, then look at challenging Shumenov or Cleverly.

9- Karo Murat (24-1-1 14KO): Murat has already been beaten by Nathan Cleverly and he was lucky to draw with Campillo, but has skill and he has put a decent record together fighting good opposition. He fights Miguel Veloso on June 2nd.

8- Zsolt Erdei (33-0-0 18KO):He gave up the WBO light heavyweight title to go and win the WBC cruiserweight belt, and now he's back. There is room for Erdei to climb up this list, but I wouldn't back him to beat Pascal or Dawson.

7- Beibut Shumenov (12-1-0 8KO): The weakest title holder in the division, Shumenov is a target for both Bernard Hopkins and Nathan Cleverly. For Cleverly, he represents a good chance at unifying titles. For Hopkins, he is nothing but a walking belt. Shumenov is talented but he looked unconvincing in both his fights with Campillo.

6- Nathan Cleverly (24-0-0 11KO):Cleverly is doing well holding onto a belt that he won by being in the right place at the right time. He earned himself some credit in a great fight against Tony Bellew, but he needs to step it up if he wants his name to be know to British fans. He's apparently trying to get Bernard Hopkins in the ring with him.

5- Gabriel Campillo (24-4-1 8KO): Campillo should invest in a home security system, because he keeps getting robbed. The Spanish light heavyweight has been wronged against Karo Murat and in a title fight against Beinut Schumenov, and he has a case to say he beat Tavoris Cloud. Campillo should be a world champion by now.

4- Tavoris Cloud (24-0-0 19KO): Cloud's star is getting a little dusty since he was given an extremely questionable decision win against Gabriel Campillo, but I would back Cloud to win a rematch. He fights Pascal in August, showing that he doesn't shy away from the big-men in the division.

3- Jean Pascal (26-2-1 16KO):Pascal hasn't fought since his loss to Hopkins in May last year, but his upcoming fight is one that will have a bang - he fights IBF champion and number four in our list Tavoris Cloud. They fight in August and a big match will await the winner.

2- Bernard Hopkins (52-6-2 32KO): Second place in the light heavies is a toss-up between Hopkins and Pascal. Despite losing his last fight, we need to remember that before that Hopkins beat Pascal. He's showing no signs of stopping even at 47, so as long as he can still deliver in the ring he stays in the list

1- Chad Dawson (31-1-0 17KO): Dawson recovered from his only career loss to Jean Pascal to put on a convincing display against Bernard Hopkins. With Hopkins behind him and Pascal inactive, Dawson is the only choice for number one.