Originally Posted by Boxed Ears
P4P lists for current fighters are tricky because you get stuck between what you think a guy is capable of and what he's actually done. If you want pure guesswork you're in extraordinarily subjective territory. If you only go by accomplishment, you get some pretty used up guys who simply haven't lost yet being ranked ahead of terrific young talent that can do more in all likelihood. I'd say Broner is a top twenty p4p fighter, right now. And he's either a big win or just some more consistently impressive showings with a top ten guy losing big or retiring away from cracking top ten.
I feel you on the highlighted part, so I say Broner should be rated 20-25 or so, I don't have a top 25 p4p list in front of me so I would say he would more than likely be ranked at #21 slot, he's only 2 impressive wins/performances from probably being in the lower top 10.