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.
1. Carl Frampton - Featherweight
Belfast (23-0, 14KOs)
Frampton became the first Northern Irishman to win a world title in two weight divisions by outpointing Leo Santa Cruz in New York, one of the greatest overseas wins by a British boxer.
2. Kell Brook - Welterweight
Sheffield (36-0, 25KOs)
Having come under fire for the quality of recent opposition, Brook shocked the boxing world when he announced he was jumping two weights to challenge middleweight king Gennady Golovkin in September. A massive ask.
3. Tyson Fury - Heavyweight
Manchester (25-0, 18KOs)
Fury shocked the boxing world by bringing Wladimir Klitschko's nine-year reign as world heavyweight champion to an end in Dusseldorf. Fury and Klitschko are set to do it all again in October.
4. James DeGale - Super-middleweight
London (22-1, 14KOs)
DeGale says he wants a unification fight against Sweden's WBC champion Badou Jack after a successful defence of his IBF title against Mexican Rogelio Medina in April.
5. Amir Khan - Light-welterweight
Bolton (31-3, 19KOs)
Khan caused a major surprise when he announced he was jumping two weight divisions to fight Mexico's Saul Alvarez in May. It was a step too far for Khan who is now evaluating his options for a fight in 2017.
6. Lee Selby - Featherweight
Barry (22-1, 8KOs)
Selby put a scrappy defence against Fernando Montiel behind him with a stylish victory over American Eric Hunter. 'The Welsh Mayweather' could now be on a collision course with Carl Frampton.
7. Scott Quigg - Super-bantamweight
Bury (31-1-2, 23KOs)
Quigg turned up six rounds too late against Carl Frampton and lost his WBA belt. Having broken his jaw in the shattering defeat, Quigg will now have some well-earned time off.
8. Jamie McDonnell - Bantamweight
Doncaster (28-2-1, 13KOs)
The tough Yorkshireman stopped Mexico's Fernando Vargas in April and could now fight his fellow WBA title-holder Juan Carlos Payano, an undefeated southpaw from the Dominican Republic.
9. Billy Joe Saunders - Middleweight
Hatfield (23-0, 12 KOs)
Saunders was impressive in dethroning Ireland's WBO champion Andy Lee. After that performance, he believes he is good enough to take on hard hitters like Gennady Golovkin or Saul Alvarez.
10. Terry Flanagan - Lightweight
Manchester (31-0, 12KOs)
Flanagan defended his WBO belt with a points victory over Mzonke Fana in July. A unification match against WBA champion and fellow Mancunian Anthony Crolla is a mouth-watering prospect.