I don't know many boxing fans who don't enjoy seeing knockouts. They're usually decisive, often dramatic, and they bring closure to fights that decisions just can't match.
On top of that, while no one would argue that getting knocked out is healthy, there's even research that suggests that it's better to be KO'd with one punch than to continually take flush shots to the head for 12 rounds.
So, which boxers are the best bets to produce a fight-ending stoppage? You can look at knockout percentages, but to get an even better feel for who is most likely to score a KO (or get KO'd himself) in any given round, we went a step further at BoxingWatchers.com.
Out of the top 50 boxers in the world, according to BoxRec.com (chosen for the sake of convenience), here are the top 10 fighters who are most likely to either cause or suffer a sudden ending to their fights, along with the percentage chance of it happening in each round they fight: