Pound-for-pound rankings: Lomachenko still No. 1, Usyk makes a move

Lomachenko defeats Pedraza via decision to unify titles (1:42)

Vasiliy Lomachenko scores two knockdowns in the 11th round and dominates Jose Pedraza to unify two lightweight world titles. (1:42)

Who is the world's best fighter, regardless of weight class? Check out ESPN's latest top 10.

Don't forget to check out Dan Rafael's divisional rankings, which are updated weekly.

For a list of the current champions in all weight classes, click here.

Note: Results are through Dec. 13.

THE PANEL: Dan Rafael, Teddy Atlas, Steve Kim, Bernardo Pilatti, Eric Raskin, Nick Parkinson, Nigel Collins, Joe Cortez, Charles Moynihan, Claudia Trejos and Salvador Rodriguez

The rankings are based on a descending points system, with a first-place vote receiving 10 points, a second-place vote receiving nine points and so on. A tie goes to the fighter with the highest ranking, and then with the most votes at that ranking.

Others receiving votes: Anthony Joshua (9), Tyson Fury (6), Oscar Valdez (3), Leo Santa Cruz (3), Eleider Alvarez (2), Juan Francisco Estrada (1), Jarrett Hurd (1), Oleksander Gvozdyk (1).