16. Floyd Mayweather
While former boxer Floyd Mayweather might not be the biggest person on this list, he’s still surely one of the toughest. Many would call him the greatest boxer of all time, or at least one of the very best. But when looking at his career, it would be hard to argue that. “Money” Mayweather was just very hard for opponents to beat every time he set foot in that ring.
Recently, ESPN named Mayweather as the best boxer of the last 25 years. His record would clearly support that. Mayweather has 49 professional wins in his boxing career. Can you guess how many losses he has? It’s a resounding zero. That’s right, Mayweather went nearly fifty pro fights without being beaten once. This enabled him to retire undefeated last year, meaning nobody ever got the chance to prove to him they were a better fighter.
Mayweather is not only a heavy hitter, but he’s lightning quick. He’s able to get his hits in and avoid getting some knockout punches thrown his own way. Can you imagine him in the world of a zombie apocalypse? Walkers wouldn’t be able to touch him. And if anyone tried to rough him up to take his supplies? It would soon be lights out for that person.