Miguel Cotto entered this year already being one of the most popular boxers of his generation and a first-ballot Hall of Famer. But beating Sergio Martinez for the world middleweight title earlier this month shot his stock to another level.
At age 33, his career is hotter than it's ever been.
When Chris Algieri entered 2014, few fans outside of the Northeast were even aware of him. After his gritty upset of Ruslan Provodnikov, he has rocketed up the welterweight rankings.
Fortunes can rise and fall quickly in boxing. One fight can send a fighter's stock through the roof or tumbling to the floor.
The fighters on this list are all on the rise.