Originally Posted by gmc_rfc_06
I'd imagine that has something to do with those guys just moving up and not having a body of work at the weight.
Bradley had previously fought at 147, but not in a huge fight. Then he was beaten comfortably by Pacquiao (despite the decision). Guerrero also jumped from 135 and has only fought at 147 one time.
That's probably the reason but you can't help but feel he's ranked way too high considering the level of opposition he's faced.
I just don't see how they can rank a fighter above all the guys who hold a world strap in that division when his resume's a joke.