This is the conclusion to my 3 part series on the boxers and boxing figures who have had the most successful, unsuccessful, and mixed results in 2010.
Note that I'm not calling these individuals "losers." Boxers are a hardy and durable bunch - part warrior, part entrepreneur, and certainly among the most courageous athletes the world knows. These men take many risks, and should be commended for their contributions to the sport.
However, there is a distinct pecking order as well, and the names on this list have seen their profile fall during the past 12 months. Their stock has fallen in 2010, be it by some of their own shortcomings, bad luck, or simply a declining profile that they'll have to struggle to pick up.
You can see parts 1 (the winners) and 2 (mixed decisions) to get a sense of what I'm doing with these ratings. Without further ado, my list of the top 12 falling stars in boxing in 2010.