6. Rey Loreto (22-13-0, 14 KOs) Light flyweight (108 lbs.)
Loreto came out of nowhere from nowhere in Feb. 2014, with a highlight reel knockout victory over Nkoshinathi Joyi in Monaco for the light flyweight title inside three rounds.
Loreto came back with another knockout victory over Heri Amol in Davao, Philippines.
In a rematch, Loreto knocked out Joyi once more in a much more impressive style at Joyi’s home turf in Africa. Just 45 days after he underwent a surgical operation, Loreto was able to overcome the adversity and proved his first win was no fluke.
Unfortunately, it was reported that the African promoter did not pay Loreto’s purse for the Joyi rematch.