The Ring magazine Prospect of the Year

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The Ring magazine was established in 1922 and has named a Prospect of the Year since 1983. The award is given to a boxer who has the most potential to become a future star in the sport, as based on the magazine's writers' criteria.[1] In 1989 the award was discontinued, but was reinstated in 2011.

1983 – United States Kenny Baysmore
1984 – United States Mark Breland
1985 – United States Mike Tyson
1986 – United States Mike Williams
1987 – Venezuela Engels Pedroza
1988 – United States Michael Moorer
2011 – United States Gary Russell Jr.
2012 – United States Keith Thurman
2013 – Ukraine Vasyl Lomachenko
2014 – United Kingdom Anthony Joshua
2015 – Japan Takuma Inoue
2016 – United States Erickson Lubin
2017 – Mexico Jaime Munguia

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  1. ^ "PAST WINNERS OF THE RING'S YEAR-END AWARDS". The Ring. February 24, 2012. Archived from the original on January 29, 2013. Retrieved March 11, 2012.

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