Boxing Rankings

Heavyweight (200lb+)

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Cruiserweight (200lb)

WBO

Mairis Briedis
(26-1-0)
WBO World Cruiserweight Champion
  1. Krzysztof Glowacki
    (31-2-0) [M]
  2. Imre Szello
    (23-0-0)
  3. Firat Arslan
    (44-8-3)
  4. Yury Kashinsky
    (17-0-0)
  5. Lawrence Okolie
    (13-0-0)
  6. Dilan Prasovic
    (10-0-0)
  7. Nikola Milacic
    (19-1-0)
  8. Edin Puhalo
    (17-0-0)
  9. Juergen Uldedaj
    (10-0-0)
  10. Michal Cieslak
    (18-0-0)
  11. Evgeny Tishchenko
    (5-0-0)
  12. Ilunga Makabu
    (25-2-0)
  13. Yves Ngabu
    (20-0-0)
  14. Jai Opetaia
    (16-0-0)
  15. David Light
    (13-0-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Yuniel Dorticos
(24-1-0)
IBF World Cruiserweight Champion
  1. Vacant
  2. Vacant
  3. Yury Kashinsky
    (17-0-0)
  4. Imre Szello
    (23-0-0)
  5. Ruslan Fayfer
    (23-1-0)
  6. Ryad Merhy
    (27-1-0)
  7. Andrew Tabiti
    (17-1-0)
  8. Bilal Laggoune
    (24-1-2)
  9. Firat Arslan
    (44-8-3)
  10. Yves Ngabu
    (20-0-0)
  11. Kevin Lerena
    (22-1-0)
  12. Jai Opetaia
    (16-0-0)
  13. Lyndon Arthur
    (15-0-0)
  14. Aleksei Papin
    (10-0-0)
  15. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk
    (56-4-1)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBA

Arsen Goulamirian
(24-0-0)
WBA World Cruiserweight Champion
  1. Ryad Merhy
    (27-1-0)
  2. Lawrence Okolie
    (13-0-0)
  3. Yury Kashinsky
    (17-0-0)
  4. Firat Arslan
    (44-8-3)
  5. Kevin Lerena
    (22-1-0)
  6. Richard Riakporhe
    (10-0-0)
  7. Andrew Tabiti
    (17-1-0)
  8. Imre Szello
    (23-0-0)
  9. Murat Gassiev
    (26-1-0)
  10. Kane Watts
    (21-3-0)
  11. Jai Opetaia
    (16-0-0)
  12. Krzysztof Wlodarczyk
    (56-4-1)
  13. Yves Ngabu
    (20-0-0)
  14. Jianzheng Wang
    (9-0-0)
  15. Constantin Bejenaru
    (14-0-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Light Heavyweight (175lb)

WBO

Sergey Kovalev
(33-3-1)
WBO World Light heavyweight Champion
  1. Anthony Yarde
    (18-0-0) [M]
  2. Gilberto Ramirez
    (40-0-0)
  3. Dominic Boesel
    (28-1-0)
  4. Umar Salamov
    (23-1-0)
  5. Jesse Hart
    (26-2-0)
  6. Maxim Maslov
    (19-1-1)
  7. Robert Parzeczewski
    (22-1-0)
  8. Eleider Alvarez
    (24-1-0)
  9. Emil Markic
    (29-2-0)
  10. Blake Caparello
    (29-3-1)
  11. Lenin Castillo
    (14-2-0)
  12. Steven Ward
    (12-0-0)
  13. Fanlong Meng
    (15-0-0)
  14. Joshua Buatsi
    (11-0-0)
  15. Alfonso Lopez
    (31-3-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Artur Beterbiev
(14-0-0)
IBF World Light heavyweight Champion
  1. Fanlong Meng
    (15-0-0) [M]
  2. Vacant
  3. Dominic Boesel
    (28-1-0)
  4. Joshua Buatsi
    (11-0-0)
  5. Sven Fornling
    (15-1-0)
  6. Umar Salamov
    (23-1-0)
  7. Callum Johnson
    (18-1-0)
  8. Leon Bunn
    (14-0-0)
  9. Jesse Hart
    (26-2-0)
  10. Adam Deines
    (17-1-1)
  11. Maksim Vlasov
    (43-3-0)
  12. Felix Valera
    (17-2-0)
  13. Igor Mikhalkin
    (23-2-0)
  14. Karo Murat
    (32-4-1)
  15. Enrico Koelling
    (26-3-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBA

Dmitry Bivol
(16-0-0)
WBA World Light Heavyweight Champion
  1. Marcus Browne
    (23-1-0)
  2. Felix Valera
    (17-2-0)
  3. Dominic Boesel
    (28-1-0)
  4. Joshua Buatsi
    (11-0-0)
  5. Sven Fornling
    (15-1-0)
  6. Jesse Hart
    (26-2-0)
  7. Umar Salamov
    (23-1-0)
  8. Charles Foster
    (17-0-0)
  9. Badou Jack
    (22-2-3)
  10. Callum Johnson
    (18-1-0)
  11. Blake Caparello
    (29-3-1)
  12. Craig Richards
    (15-1-0)
  13. Mathieu Bauderlique
    (17-1-0)
  14. Ahmed Elbiali
    (19-1-0)
  15. Jean Pascal
    (34-6-1)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Super Middleweight (168lb)

WBO

Billy Saunders
(28-0-0)
WBO World Super Middleweight Champion
  1. Erik Bazinyan
    (22-0-0)
  2. Rohan Murdock
    (24-1-0)
  3. Zach Parker
    (17-0-0)
  4. Zac Dunn
    (27-1-0)
  5. Roamer Angulo
    (24-1-0)
  6. Vincent Feigenbutz
    (31-2-0)
  7. Willie Monroe Jr
    (24-3-0)
  8. Aslambek Idigov
    (15-0-0)
  9. Aidos Yerbossynuly
    (10-0-0)
  10. Juergen Braehmer
    (50-3-0)
  11. Fedor Chudinov
    (21-2-0)
  12. Emmanuel Martey
    (14-0-0)
  13. Lerrone Richards
    (12-0-0)
  14. Stefan Haertel
    (18-1-0)
  15. Mate Kis
    (14-0-2)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Caleb Plant
(19-0-0)
IBF World Super Middleweight Champion
  1. Vacant
  2. Vacant
  3. Vincent Feigenbutz
    (31-2-0)
  4. Peter Quillin
    (34-1-1)
  5. Caleb Truax
    (30-4-2)
  6. Fedor Chudinov
    (21-2-0)
  7. Jose Uzcategui
    (28-3-0)
  8. Chris Eubank Jr
    (28-2-0)
  9. Zach Parker
    (17-0-0)
  10. Stefan Haertel
    (18-1-0)
  11. Evgeny Shvedenko
    (11-0-0)
  12. Juergen Braehmer
    (50-3-0)
  13. Leon Bauer
    (16-0-1)
  14. Zac Dunn
    (27-1-0)
  15. Erik Bazinyan
    (22-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBA

Callum Smith
(26-0-0)
WBA Super World Super Middleweight Champion
Saul Canelo
(52-1-2)
WBA World Super Middleweight Champion
  1. John Ryder
    (28-4-0) [M]
  2. Chris Eubank Jr
    (28-2-0)
  3. Fedor Chudinov
    (21-2-0)
  4. Peter Quillin
    (34-1-1)
  5. Vincent Feigenbutz
    (31-2-0)
  6. Aidos Yerbossynuly
    (10-0-0)
  7. Cem Kilic
    (14-0-0)
  8. Zach Parker
    (17-0-0)
  9. Zac Dunn
    (27-1-0)
  10. Kevin Sadjo
    (13-0-0)
  11. Erik Bazinyan
    (22-0-0)
  12. Caleb Truax
    (30-4-2)
  13. Julio Alamos
    (11-0-0)
  14. Bilal Akkawy
    (20-1-1)
  15. Vladimir Shishkin
    (8-0-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Middleweight (160lb)

WBO

Demetrius Andrade
(28-0-0)
WBO World Middleweight Champion
  1. Gennady Golovkin
    (39-1-1)
  2. Steven Butler
    (26-1-1)
  3. Alantez Fox
    (24-1-1)
  4. Luke Keeler
    (17-2-1)
  5. Jeff Horn
    (19-1-1)
  6. Liam Williams
    (21-2-1)
  7. Patrice Volny
    (13-0-0)
  8. Kanat Islam
    (26-0-0)
  9. Sergiy Derevyanchenko
    (13-1-0)
  10. Walter Kautondokwa
    (18-1-0)
  11. Marcelo Coceres
    (26-0-1)
  12. Obodai Sai
    (35-3-0)
  13. Anthony Fowler
    (10-1-0)
  14. David Papot
    (22-0-0)
  15. Janibek Alimkhanuly
    (6-0-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Vacant
IBF World Middleweight Champion
  1. Sergiy Derevyanchenko
    (13-1-0) [M]
  2. Vacant
  3. Gennady Golovkin
    (39-1-1)
  4. Kamil Szeremeta
    (19-0-0)
  5. Daniel Jacobs
    (35-3-0)
  6. Patrick Wojcicki
    (12-0-1)
  7. Esquiva Falcao
    (22-0-0)
  8. Steven Butler
    (26-1-1)
  9. Patrice Volny
    (13-0-0)
  10. Meiirim Nursultanov
    (11-0-0)
  11. Denis Radovan
    (12-0-1)
  12. Luke Keeler
    (17-2-1)
  13. Alantez Fox
    (24-1-1)
  14. Jeff Horn
    (19-1-1)
  15. Tureano Johnson
    (21-2-1)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBC

Saul Canelo
(52-1-2)
WBC Franchise Middleweight Champion
Jermall Charlo
(29-0-0)
WBC World Middleweight Champion
  1. Gennady Golovkin
    (39-1-1)
  2. Daniel Jacobs
    (35-3-0)
  3. Kamil Szeremeta
    (19-0-0)
  4. Sergiy Derevyanchenko
    (13-1-0)
  5. Steven Butler
    (26-1-1)
  6. Esquiva Falcao
    (22-0-0)
  7. Liam Williams
    (21-2-1)
  8. Hassan N'Dam
    (37-4-0)
  9. Tureano Johnson
    (21-2-1)
  10. Maciej Sulecki
    (28-2-0)
  11. Matt Korobov
    (29-2-0)
  12. Rob Brant
    (25-2-0)
  13. Immanuwel Aleem
    (18-2-1)
  14. Hugo Centeno Jr
    (27-3-0)
  15. Gabriel Rosado
    (24-12-1)
Last Updated: 11 Aug 2019

WBA

Saul Canelo
(52-1-2)
WBA Super World Middleweight Champion
Ryota Murata
(15-2-0)
WBA World Middleweight Champion
  1. Gennady Golovkin
    (39-1-1)
  2. Daniel Jacobs
    (35-3-0)
  3. Jeff Horn
    (19-1-1)
  4. Kamil Szeremeta
    (19-0-0)
  5. Magomed Madiev
    (12-0-1)
  6. Rob Brant
    (25-2-0)
  7. Esquiva Falcao
    (22-0-0)
  8. Patrice Volny
    (13-0-0)
  9. Carlos Monroe
    (15-0-0)
  10. Tureano Johnson
    (21-2-1)
  11. David Papot
    (22-0-0)
  12. Mikalai Vesialou
    (9-0-1)
  13. Alfonso Blanco
    (13-1-0)
  14. Matt Korobov
    (29-2-0)
  15. Carlos Gongora
    (16-0-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Super Welterweight (154lb)

WBO

Jaime Munguia
(33-0-0)
WBO World Junior Middleweight Champion
  1. Carlos Adames
    (18-0-0)
  2. Patrick Teixeira
    (29-1-0)
  3. Dennis Hogan
    (28-2-1)
  4. Bakhram Murtazaliev
    (15-0-0)
  5. Kell Brook
    (38-2-0)
  6. Liam Smith
    (27-2-1)
  7. Aram Amirkhanyan
    (12-0-1)
  8. Jama Saidi
    (16-0-0)
  9. Brian Castano
    (15-0-1)
  10. Sergio Garcia
    (30-0-0)
  11. Takeshi Inoue
    (13-1-1)
  12. Austin Trout
    (31-5-1)
  13. Patrick Allotey
    (40-3-0)
  14. Orlando Fiordigiglio
    (30-2-0)
  15. Wale Omotoso
    (28-4-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Julian Williams
(27-1-1)
IBF World Junior Middleweight Champion
  1. Vacant
  2. Vacant
  3. Carlos Adames
    (18-0-0)
  4. Jarrett Hurd
    (23-1-0)
  5. Orlando Fiordigiglio
    (30-2-0)
  6. Bakhram Murtazaliev
    (15-0-0)
  7. Jeison Rosario
    (28-3-0)
  8. Jorge Fortea
    (19-1-1)
  9. Dwight Ritchie
    (19-2-0)
  10. James Metcalf
    (18-0-0)
  11. Jama Saidi
    (16-0-0)
  12. Tim Tszyu
    (14-0-0)
  13. Jack Culcay
    (25-4-0)
  14. Abass Baraou
    (6-0-0)
  15. Mohammed Rabii
    (9-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBA

Julian Williams
(27-1-1)
WBA Super World Super Welterweight Champion
Vacant
WBA World Super Welterweight Champion
  1. Jarrett Hurd
    (23-1-0)
  2. Erislandy Lara
    (25-3-3)
  3. Brian Castano
    (15-0-1)
  4. Kell Brook
    (38-2-0)
  5. Carlos Adames
    (18-0-0)
  6. Ramon Alvarez
    (28-7-3)
  7. Erickson Lubin
    (21-1-0)
  8. Israil Madrimov
    (1-0-0)
  9. Mark DeLuca
    (22-1-0)
  10. Magomed Kurbanov
    (17-0-0)
  11. Jessie Vargas
    (29-2-2)
  12. Charlie Navarro
    (29-9-0)
  13. Patrick Teixeira
    (29-1-0)
  14. Scott Fitzgerald
    (13-0-0)
  15. Terrell Gausha
    (21-1-1)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Welterweight (147lb)

WBO

Terence Crawford
(35-0-0)
WBO World Welterweight Champion
  1. Egidijus Kavaliauskas
    (21-0-1) [M]
  2. Jessie Vargas
    (29-2-2)
  3. Danny Garcia
    (35-2-0)
  4. Sergey Lipinets
    (16-1-0)
  5. Mikka Shonena
    (13-0-0)
  6. Luis Veron
    (17-0-0)
  7. Custio Clayton
    (17-0-0)
  8. Mikael Zewski
    (32-1-0)
  9. Diego Ramirez
    (18-2-0)
  10. Mikey Garcia
    (39-1-0)
  11. Kudratillo Abdukakhorov
    (16-0-0)
  12. Michael McKinson
    (16-0-0)
  13. Freddy Kiwitt
    (15-2-0)
  14. David Avanesyan
    (24-3-1)
  15. Dario Morello
    (15-0-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Errol Spence Jr
(25-0-0)
IBF World Welterweight Champion
  1. Kudratillo Abdukakhorov
    (16-0-0) [M]
  2. Vacant
  3. Sergey Lipinets
    (16-1-0)
  4. Alexander Besputin
    (12-0-0)
  5. Custio Clayton
    (17-0-0)
  6. David Avanesyan
    (24-3-1)
  7. Egidijus Kavaliauskas
    (21-0-1)
  8. Keita Obara
    (20-4-1)
  9. Rashidi Ellis
    (21-0-0)
  10. Rico Mueller
    (25-2-1)
  11. Carlos Ocampo
    (23-1-0)
  12. Jamal James
    (26-1-0)
  13. Sebastian Formella
    (21-0-0)
  14. Mikael Zewski
    (32-1-0)
  15. Nursultan Zhangabayev
    (6-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBA

Manny Pacquiao
(62-7-2)
WBA Super World Welterweight Champion
Vacant
WBA World Welterweight Champion
  1. Alexander Besputin
    (12-0-0)
  2. Radzhab Butaev
    (11-0-0)
  3. Yordenis Ugas
    (24-4-0)
  4. Danny Garcia
    (35-2-0)
  5. Keith Thurman
    (29-1-0)
  6. Mikey Garcia
    (39-1-0)
  7. Jamal James
    (26-1-0)
  8. Cody Crowley
    (17-0-0)
  9. Nursultan Zhangabayev
    (6-0-0)
  10. Vergil Ortiz Jr
    (14-0-0)
  11. Conor Benn
    (15-0-0)
  12. Josh Kelly
    (9-0-1)
  13. Derrieck Cuevas
    (21-0-1)
  14. Antonio Orozco
    (28-2-0)
  15. Custio Clayton
    (17-0-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Super Lightweight (140lb)

WBO

Jose Ramirez
(25-0-0)
WBO World Junior Welterweight Champion
  1. Jack Catterall
    (23-0-0) [M]
  2. Liam Paro
    (16-0-0)
  3. Chris Algieri
    (24-3-0)
  4. Arnold Barboza Jr
    (21-0-0)
  5. Vergil Ortiz Jr
    (14-0-0)
  6. Jean Torres
    (15-0-0)
  7. Yves Ulysse Jr
    (18-1-0)
  8. Yomar Alamo
    (16-0-0)
  9. Zhankhozh Turarov
    (24-0-0)
  10. Subriel Matias
    (14-0-0)
  11. Shohjahon Ergashev
    (16-0-0)
  12. Sebastian Aguirre
    (16-3-0)
  13. Viktor Postol
    (31-2-0)
  14. Maurice Hooker
    (26-1-3)
  15. Sam Maxwell
    (11-0-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Josh Taylor
(15-0-0)
IBF World Junior Welterweight Champion
  1. Apinan Kongsong
    (15-0-0) [M]
  2. Subriel Matias
    (14-0-0)
  3. Liam Paro
    (16-0-0)
  4. Ivan Baranchyk
    (19-1-0)
  5. Anthony Yigit
    (24-1-1)
  6. Shohjahon Ergashev
    (16-0-0)
  7. Jack Catterall
    (23-0-0)
  8. Jeremias Ponce
    (23-0-0)
  9. Sonny Fredrickson
    (20-1-0)
  10. Robbie Davies Jnr
    (18-1-0)
  11. Alexander Duran
    (17-0-0)
  12. Mathieu Germain
    (17-0-1)
  13. Akihiro Kondo
    (31-8-1)
  14. Cletus Seldin
    (24-1-0)
  15. Shakhram Giyasov
    (7-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBA

Regis Prograis
(24-0-0)
WBA Super World Super Lightweight Champion
Vacant
WBA World Super Lightweight Champion
  1. Alberto Puello
    (16-0-0)
  2. Mario Barrios
    (24-0-0)
  3. Batyr Akhmedov
    (7-0-0)
  4. Shohjahon Ergashev
    (16-0-0)
  5. Sandor Martin
    (35-2-0)
  6. Robbie Davies Jnr
    (18-1-0)
  7. Jonathan Alonso
    (18-0-0)
  8. Kiryl Relikh
    (23-3-0)
  9. Esneiker Correa
    (12-2-1)
  10. Shakhram Giyasov
    (7-0-0)
  11. Lewis Ritson
    (19-1-0)
  12. Cletus Seldin
    (24-1-0)
  13. Keith Hunter
    (11-0-0)
  14. Logan Yoon
    (16-0-0)
  15. Yusuke Konno
    (15-4-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Lightweight (135lb)

IBF

Richard Commey
(29-2-0)
IBF World Lightweight Champion
  1. Teofimo Lopez
    (14-0-0)
  2. Vacant
  3. Lee Selby
    (27-2-0)
  4. George Kambosos Jnr
    (16-0-0)
  5. Emmanuel Tagoe
    (30-1-0)
  6. Gustavo Lemos
    (20-0-0)
  7. Masayoshi Nakatani
    (18-1-0)
  8. Devin Haney
    (22-0-0)
  9. Isaac Gonzalez
    (17-1-1)
  10. Roman Andreev
    (22-0-0)
  11. Joe Cordina
    (9-0-0)
  12. Xiangxiang Sun
    (15-0-0)
  13. Pavel Malikov
    (15-1-1)
  14. Isa Chaniev
    (13-2-0)
  15. Jacob Ng
    (11-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBA

Vasyl Lomachenko
(13-1-0)
WBA Super World Lightweight Champion
Vacant
WBA World Lightweight Champion
  1. Rances Barthelemy
    (27-1-1)
  2. Robert Easter Jr
    (21-1-1)
  3. Devin Haney
    (22-0-0)
  4. Yuriorkis Gamboa
    (30-2-0)
  5. Ryan Garcia
    (18-0-0)
  6. Yvan Mendy
    (41-5-1)
  7. Jackson Marinez
    (15-0-0)
  8. Cristian Baez
    (16-0-0)
  9. Luke Campbell
    (20-2-0)
  10. Jorge Linares
    (45-5-0)
  11. Josh O Reilly
    (14-0-0)
  12. Oliver Flores
    (29-3-2)
  13. Jaider Parra
    (33-2-1)
  14. Michel Rivera
    (15-0-0)
  15. Zapir Rasulov
    (33-1-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Super Featherweight (130lb)

WBO

Jamel Herring
(20-2-0)
WBO World Junior Lightweight Champion
  1. Oscar Valdez
    (26-0-0) [M]
  2. Lamont Roach
    (19-0-1)
  3. Jeremiah Nakathila
    (17-1-0)
  4. Masaru Sueyoshi
    (18-1-1)
  5. Joseph Diaz
    (29-1-0)
  6. Joe Noynay
    (16-2-1)
  7. Jason Sosa
    (23-3-4)
  8. Sam Bowen
    (15-0-0)
  9. Archie Sharp
    (16-0-0)
  10. Masayuki Ito
    (25-2-1)
  11. Kenichi Ogawa
    (23-1-0)
  12. Jonathan Oquendo
    (30-6-0)
  13. Masao Nakamura
    (25-3-0)
  14. Avery Sparrow
    (10-1-0)
  15. Muhammadkhuja Yaqubov
    (13-0-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Tevin Farmer
(30-4-1)
IBF World Junior Lightweight Champion
  1. Vacant
  2. Vacant
  3. Kenichi Ogawa
    (23-1-0)
  4. Azinga Fuzile
    (13-0-0)
  5. Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov
    (14-0-0)
  6. Jayson Velez
    (27-5-1)
  7. Martin Ward
    (27-4-1)
  8. Guillaume Frenois
    (46-2-1)
  9. Denis Shafikov
    (40-4-2)
  10. Jono Carroll
    (16-1-1)
  11. Jose Romero
    (21-0-0)
  12. Kazuhiro Nishitani
    (19-4-1)
  13. Samir Ziani
    (29-3-1)
  14. Muhammadkhuja Yaqubov
    (13-0-0)
  15. Jason Sosa
    (23-3-4)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBC

Miguel Berchelt
(36-1-0)
WBC World Super Featherweight Champion
  1. Oscar Valdez
    (26-0-0)
  2. Joseph Diaz
    (29-1-0)
  3. Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov
    (14-0-0)
  4. Miguel Roman
    (60-13-0)
  5. Jason Sosa
    (23-3-4)
  6. Rene Alvarado
    (30-8-0)
  7. Francisco Vargas
    (25-2-2)
  8. Andres Gutierrez
    (38-2-1)
  9. O'Shaquie Foster
    (15-2-0)
  10. Tomas Rojas
    (51-17-1)
  11. Jhonny Gonzalez
    (66-11-0)
  12. Muhammadkhuja Yaqubov
    (13-0-0)
  13. Masayuki Ito
    (25-2-1)
  14. Pablo Vicente
    (13-1-0)
  15. Roger Gutierrez
    (21-3-1)
Last Updated: 11 Aug 2019

WBA

Gervonta Davis
(22-0-0)
WBA Super World Super Featherweight Champion
Andrew Cancio
(21-4-2)
WBA World Super Featherweight Champion
  1. Rene Alvarado
    (30-8-0)
  2. Jayson Velez
    (27-5-1)
  3. Roger Gutierrez
    (21-3-1)
  4. Kenichi Ogawa
    (23-1-0)
  5. Akzhol Sulaimanbek
    (13-0-0)
  6. Abraham Nova
    (14-0-0)
  7. Billel Dib
    (22-3-0)
  8. Tony Gomez
    (10-6-1)
  9. Ricardo Nunez
    (21-3-0)
  10. Ladarius Miller
    (20-1-0)
  11. Jezreel Corrales
    (23-3-0)
  12. Anthony Cacace
    (17-1-0)
  13. Freddy Fonseca
    (26-3-1)
  14. Pablo Vicente
    (13-1-0)
  15. Jaime Arboleda
    (14-1-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Featherweight (126lb)

WBO

Oscar Valdez
(26-0-0)
WBO World Featherweight Champion
  1. Shakur Stevenson
    (12-0-0) [M]
  2. Joet Gonzalez
    (23-0-0)
  3. Michael Conlan
    (12-0-0)
  4. Jessie Magdaleno
    (27-1-0)
  5. Carl Frampton
    (26-2-0)
  6. Ryan Walsh
    (24-2-2)
  7. Miguel Marriaga
    (27-3-0)
  8. Ruben Villa
    (16-0-0)
  9. Musashi Mori
    (8-0-0)
  10. Luis Lebron
    (15-0-1)
  11. David Joyce
    (10-0-0)
  12. Antonio Soares
    (10-1-0)
  13. Eric Hunter
    (22-4-0)
  14. Christopher Diaz
    (24-2-0)
  15. Yohan Vasquez
    (22-2-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Josh Warrington
(29-0-0)
IBF World Featherweight Champion
  1. Vacant
  2. Vacant
  3. Jhack Tepora
    (23-0-0)
  4. Sofiane Takoucht
    (34-3-1)
  5. Tugstsogt Nyambayar
    (11-0-0)
  6. Reiya Abe
    (19-2-0)
  7. Kid Galahad
    (26-1-0)
  8. Claudio Marrero
    (24-3-0)
  9. James Dickens
    (27-3-0)
  10. Michael Conlan
    (12-0-0)
  11. Carl Frampton
    (26-2-0)
  12. Ranfis Encarnacion
    (16-0-0)
  13. Andoni Gago
    (22-3-3)
  14. Hiroshige Osawa
    (34-5-4)
  15. Leigh Wood
    (22-1-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBC

Gary Russell Jr
(30-1-0)
WBC World Featherweight Champion
  1. Tugstsogt Nyambayar
    (11-0-0) [M]
  2. Scott Quigg
    (35-2-2)
  3. Carl Frampton
    (26-2-0)
  4. Kid Galahad
    (26-1-0)
  5. Claudio Marrero
    (24-3-0)
  6. Jessie Magdaleno
    (27-1-0)
  7. Lerato Dlamini
    (12-1-0)
  8. Joet Gonzalez
    (23-0-0)
  9. Miguel Marriaga
    (27-3-0)
  10. Mark Magsayo
    (19-0-0)
  11. Reiya Abe
    (19-2-0)
  12. Jesus Rojas
    (26-3-2)
  13. Eduardo Ramirez
    (22-2-3)
  14. Jhack Tepora
    (23-0-0)
  15. Manny Robles III
    (17-0-0)
Last Updated: 11 Aug 2019

WBA

Leo Santa Cruz
(36-1-1)
WBA Super World Featherweight Champion
Can Xu
(17-2-0)
WBA World Featherweight Champion
  1. Hiroshige Osawa
    (34-5-4)
  2. Hector Garcia
    (10-0-0)
  3. Jesus Rojas
    (26-3-2)
  4. Manny Robles III
    (17-0-0)
  5. Bryan Gracia
    (24-2-1)
  6. Michael Conlan
    (12-0-0)
  7. Hairon Socarras
    (21-0-3)
  8. Yohan Vasquez
    (22-2-0)
  9. Carlos Castro
    (22-0-0)
  10. Joet Gonzalez
    (23-0-0)
  11. Anselmo Moreno
    (37-6-1)
  12. Marlon Tapales
    (33-2-0)
  13. Jhack Tepora
    (23-0-0)
  14. Enrique Tinoco
    (18-5-4)
  15. Andranik Grigoryan
    (11-0-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Super Bantamweight (122lb)

WBO

Emanuel Navarrete
(28-1-0)
WBO World Junior Featherweight Champion
  1. Marlon Tapales
    (33-2-0)
  2. Juan Elorde
    (27-1-0)
  3. Albert Pagara
    (31-1-0)
  4. Thomas Ward
    (26-0-0)
  5. Arnold Khegai
    (14-0-1)
  6. Tramaine Williams
    (18-0-0)
  7. Jeo Santisima
    (17-2-0)
  8. Tyrone McCullagh
    (12-0-0)
  9. Carlos Castro
    (22-0-0)
  10. Francisco Vaca
    (20-1-0)
  11. Isaac Dogboe
    (20-2-0)
  12. Wasiru Mohammed
    (10-0-0)
  13. Jose Velasquez
    (24-6-2)
  14. David Agadzhanyan
    (16-0-0)
  15. Jakkrawut Majoogoen
    (25-1-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Daniel Roman
(27-2-1)
IBF World Junior Featherweight Champion
  1. Ryosuke Iwasa
    (26-3-0) [M]
  2. Vacant
  3. Marlon Tapales
    (33-2-0)
  4. Shingo Wake
    (26-5-2)
  5. Cesar Juarez
    (23-7-0)
  6. TJ Doheny
    (21-1-0)
  7. Arnold Khegai
    (14-0-1)
  8. Hiroaki Teshigawara
    (20-2-2)
  9. Carlos Castro
    (22-0-0)
  10. Angelo Leo
    (17-0-0)
  11. Lodumo Lamati
    (14-0-1)
  12. Ryo Akaho
    (33-2-2)
  13. Thomas Ward
    (26-0-0)
  14. Luca Rigoldi
    (19-1-1)
  15. Brock Jarvis
    (16-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBC

Rey Vargas
(34-0-0)
WBC World Super Bantamweight Champion
  1. Guillermo Rigondeaux
    (19-1-0)
  2. Shingo Wake
    (26-5-2)
  3. Abigail Medina
    (19-4-2)
  4. TJ Doheny
    (21-1-0)
  5. Carlos Castro
    (22-0-0)
  6. Azat Hovhannisyan
    (16-3-0)
  7. Julio Ceja
    (32-4-0)
  8. Tomoki Kameda
    (36-3-0)
  9. Lodumo Lamati
    (14-0-1)
  10. Ronny Rios
    (31-3-0)
  11. Yusaku Kuga
    (18-3-1)
  12. Angelo Leo
    (17-0-0)
  13. Isaac Dogboe
    (20-2-0)
  14. Franklin Manzanilla
    (18-5-0)
  15. Tramaine Williams
    (18-0-0)
Last Updated: 11 Aug 2019

WBA

Daniel Roman
(27-2-1)
WBA World Super Bantamweight Champion
  1. Brandon Figueroa
    (19-0-0)
  2. Murodjon Akhmadaliev
    (5-0-0) [M]
  3. Yukinori Oguni
    (20-2-1)
  4. Alexander Mejia
    (6-0-0)
  5. Leonardo Baez
    (16-2-0)
  6. Lorenzo Parra
    (32-17-2)
  7. Javier Chacon
    (28-4-1)
  8. Giovanny Gutierrez
    (7-0-0)
  9. Diego De La Hoya
    (21-1-0)
  10. Shingo Wake
    (26-5-2)
  11. Maikol Beaumont
    (14-3-1)
  12. Ye Kim
    (18-1-2)
  13. Stephen Fulton
    (16-0-0)
  14. Neslan Machado
    (4-6-1)
  15. Marcus Bates
    (9-1-1)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Bantamweight (118lb)

WBO

Zolani Tete
(28-3-0)
WBO World Bantamweight Champion
  1. Joseph Agbeko
    (35-5-0)
  2. Ryo Akaho
    (33-2-2)
  3. Joshua Greer Jr
    (21-1-1)
  4. Carlos Cuadras
    (37-3-1)
  5. Jason Moloney
    (18-1-0)
  6. Max Ornelas
    (12-0-1)
  7. Saul Sanchez
    (12-0-0)
  8. Nikolay Potapov
    (20-2-1)
  9. Cesar Ramirez
    (18-3-0)
  10. Joshua Franco
    (15-1-2)
  11. Paul Butler
    (27-2-0)
  12. Vincent Astrolabio
    (13-3-0)
  13. Melvin Lopez
    (18-0-0)
  14. Reymart Gaballo
    (21-0-0)
  15. Yuki Kobayashi
    (15-8-0)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Naoya Inoue
(18-0-0)
IBF World Bantamweight Champion
  1. Michael Dasmarinas
    (29-2-1) [M]
  2. Joshua Greer Jr
    (21-1-1)
  3. Paul Butler
    (27-2-0)
  4. Sukpraserd Ponpitak
    (22-9-0)
  5. Jason Moloney
    (18-1-0)
  6. Georges Ory
    (10-2-1)
  7. Joshua Franco
    (15-1-2)
  8. Emmanuel Rodriguez
    (19-1-0)
  9. Keita Kurihara
    (13-5-0)
  10. Kenny Demecillo
    (14-5-2)
  11. Nikolay Potapov
    (20-2-1)
  12. Yuki Kobayashi
    (15-8-0)
  13. Melvin Lopez
    (18-0-0)
  14. Michell Banquez
    (19-1-0)
  15. Leosdan Nunez
    (8-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBC

Nordine Oubaali
(16-0-0)
WBC World Bantamweight Champion
Takuma Inoue
(13-0-0)
WBC Interim World Bantamweight Champion
  1. Luis Nery
    (30-0-0)
  2. Carlos Cuadras
    (37-3-1)
  3. Nawaphon Kaikanha
    (44-1-1)
  4. Jason Moloney
    (18-1-0)
  5. Emmanuel Rodriguez
    (19-1-0)
  6. Rau'shee Warren
    (16-3-0)
  7. Tassana Sanpattan
    (48-1-0)
  8. Paul Butler
    (27-2-0)
  9. Joshua Franco
    (15-1-2)
  10. Michael Dasmarinas
    (29-2-1)
  11. Joshua Greer Jr
    (21-1-1)
  12. Keita Kurihara
    (13-5-0)
  13. Oscar Negrete
    (18-2-2)
  14. Juan Payano
    (21-3-0)
  15. Liborio Solis
    (28-5-1)
Last Updated: 11 Aug 2019

WBA

Nonito Donaire
(40-5-0)
WBA Super World Bantamweight Champion
Naoya Inoue
(18-0-0)
WBA World Bantamweight Champion
  1. Liborio Solis
    (28-5-1)
  2. Guillermo Rigondeaux
    (19-1-0)
  3. Jason Moloney
    (18-1-0)
  4. Reymart Gaballo
    (21-0-0)
  5. Melvin Lopez
    (18-0-0)
  6. Luis Nery
    (30-0-0)
  7. Omar Narvaez
    (49-3-2)
  8. Emmanuel Rodriguez
    (19-1-0)
  9. Alexander Espinoza
    (17-1-2)
  10. Tassana Sanpattan
    (48-1-0)
  11. Leosdan Nunez
    (8-0-0)
  12. Joshua Franco
    (15-1-2)
  13. Stephon Young
    (18-2-3)
  14. Joshua Greer Jr
    (21-1-1)
  15. Oscar Negrete
    (18-2-2)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Super Flyweight (115lb)

WBO

Kazuto Ioka
(24-2-0)
WBO World Junior Bantamweight Champion
  1. Jeyvier Cintron
    (9-0-0)
  2. Sho Ishida
    (27-1-0)
  3. Francisco Rodriguez Jr
    (29-4-1)
  4. Sunny Edwards
    (12-0-0)
  5. Alexandru Marin
    (18-0-0)
  6. Yanga Sigqibo
    (12-1-1)
  7. Akira Yaegashi
    (27-6-0)
  8. Aston Palicte
    (25-3-1)
  9. Andrew Moloney
    (19-0-0)
  10. KJ Cataraja
    (9-0-0)
  11. Koki Eto
    (24-4-1)
  12. Froilan Saludar
    (30-3-1)
  13. Jarico O Quinn
    (12-0-1)
  14. Iran Diaz
    (14-3-3)
  15. Elton Dharry
    (23-5-1)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Jerwin Ancajas
(31-1-2)
IBF World Junior Bantamweight Champion
  1. Vacant
  2. Vacant
  3. Alexandru Marin
    (18-0-0)
  4. Donnie Nietes
    (42-1-5)
  5. Sho Ishida
    (27-1-0)
  6. Andrew Moloney
    (19-0-0)
  7. Koki Eto
    (24-4-1)
  8. Israel Gonzalez
    (23-3-0)
  9. Yanga Sigqibo
    (12-1-1)
  10. Ryuichi Funai
    (31-8-0)
  11. Iran Diaz
    (14-3-3)
  12. Jade Bornea
    (14-0-0)
  13. Antonio Nieves
    (18-2-2)
  14. Takayuki Okumoto
    (22-8-4)
  15. Jeyvier Cintron
    (9-0-0)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBC

Juan Estrada
(39-3-0)
WBC World Super Flyweight Champion
  1. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
    (47-5-1)
  2. Roman Gonzalez
    (47-2-0)
  3. Andrew Moloney
    (19-0-0)
  4. Donnie Nietes
    (42-1-5)
  5. Pedro Guevara
    (33-3-1)
  6. Francisco Rodriguez Jr
    (29-4-1)
  7. Athenkosi Dumezweni
    (12-2-0)
  8. Aston Palicte
    (25-3-1)
  9. Sho Ishida
    (27-1-0)
  10. Jonathan Rodriguez
    (21-1-0)
  11. Iran Diaz
    (14-3-3)
  12. Jeyvier Cintron
    (9-0-0)
  13. Akira Yaegashi
    (27-6-0)
  14. Dewayne Beamon
    (16-1-1)
  15. Israel Gonzalez
    (23-3-0)
Last Updated: 11 Aug 2019

WBA

Kal Yafai
(26-0-0)
WBA World Super Flyweight Champion
  1. Andrew Moloney
    (19-0-0) [M]
  2. Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
    (47-5-1)
  3. Koki Eto
    (24-4-1)
  4. Sirichai Thaiyen
    (52-4-0)
  5. Sho Ishida
    (27-1-0)
  6. Elton Dharry
    (23-5-1)
  7. Norbelto Jimenez
    (29-9-4)
  8. Juan Reveco
    (39-4-0)
  9. Roman Gonzalez
    (47-2-0)
  10. Miguel Gonzalez
    (29-2-0)
  11. Francisco Rodriguez Jr
    (29-4-1)
  12. Akira Yaegashi
    (27-6-0)
  13. Vincent Legrand
    (29-0-0)
  14. Michell Banquez
    (19-1-0)
  15. Jakkrawut Majoogoen
    (25-1-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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Flyweight (112lb)

WBO

Kosei Tanaka
(13-0-0)
WBO World Flyweight Champion
  1. Jonathan Gonzalez
    (22-2-1) [M]
  2. Giemel Magramo
    (23-1-0)
  3. Mirco Martin
    (13-0-0)
  4. Junto Nakatani
    (18-0-0)
  5. Pedro Guevara
    (33-3-1)
  6. McWilliams Arroyo
    (18-4-0)
  7. Ricardo Sandoval
    (14-1-0)
  8. Vincent Legrand
    (29-0-0)
  9. Ganigan Lopez
    (36-9-0)
  10. Jayson Mama
    (11-0-0)
  11. Jay Harris
    (16-0-0)
  12. Wulan Tuolehazi
    (10-3-1)
  13. Mohammed Obbadi
    (18-1-0)
  14. Jose Soto
    (11-0-0)
  15. Yusuke Sakashita
    (18-8-3)
Last Updated: 15 Aug 2019

IBF

Moruti Mthalane
(38-2-0)
IBF World Flyweight Champion
  1. Vacant
  2. Vacant
  3. Komgrich Nantapech
    (25-5-0)
  4. Giemel Magramo
    (23-1-0)
  5. Mohammed Obbadi
    (18-1-0)
  6. Jay Harris
    (16-0-0)
  7. Nico Hernandez
    (7-0-0)
  8. Ronnie Baldonado
    (14-1-1)
  9. Jayson Mama
    (11-0-0)
  10. Masayuki Kuroda
    (30-8-3)
  11. Junto Nakatani
    (18-0-0)
  12. Keiver Fernandez
    (20-0-1)
  13. McWilliams Arroyo
    (18-4-0)
  14. Carlos Licona
    (15-1-0)
  15. Teerapong Uthaida
    (38-6-1)
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019

WBC

Charlie Edwards
(15-1-0)
WBC World Flyweight Champion
  1. Julio Aguilar
    (14-1-0) [M]
  2. Cristofer Rosales
    (28-4-0)
  3. Junto Nakatani
    (18-0-0)
  4. McWilliams Arroyo
    (18-4-0)
  5. Giemel Magramo
    (23-1-0)
  6. Andrew Selby
    (11-1-0)
  7. Noknoi Sitthiprasert
    (69-5-0)
  8. Moises Fuentes
    (25-6-1)
  9. Muhammad Waseem
    (8-1-0)
  10. Ernesto Irias
    (13-2-0)
  11. Joebert Alvarez
    (18-2-2)
  12. Jay Harris
    (16-0-0)
  13. Genisis Libranza
    (18-1-0)
  14. Masayuki Kuroda
    (30-8-3)
  15. Jayr Raquinel
    (10-1-1)
Last Updated: 11 Aug 2019

WBA

Artem Dalakian
(19-0-0)
WBA World Flyweight Champion
  1. Noknoi Sitthiprasert
    (69-5-0)
  2. Cristofer Rosales
    (28-4-0)
  3. Wulan Tuolehazi
    (10-3-1)
  4. Robert Barrera
    (22-2-0)
  5. Giemel Magramo
    (23-1-0)
  6. Sarawut Thawornkham
    (20-1-0)
  7. Junto Nakatani
    (18-0-0)
  8. Alexandru Marin
    (18-0-0)
  9. Keiver Fernandez
    (20-0-1)
  10. Josber Perez
    (15-1-0)
  11. Gregorio Lebron
    (21-5-0)
  12. Mohammed Obbadi
    (18-1-0)
  13. Alphoe Dagayloan
    (13-2-5)
  14. Jay Harris
    (16-0-0)
  15. Charlie Hoy
    (15-0-0)
Last Updated: 01 Aug 2019
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How Boxing Rankings Work

Which Governing Bodies Rank Boxers

Four major governing bodies rank boxers and sanction title fights in boxing. These are the World Boxing Council (WBC), the World Boxing Association (WBA), the International Boxing Federation (IBF) and the World Boxing Organisation (WBO). These four bodies are widely recognized as the only legitimate governing bodies in boxing by the sport, media and fans alike. However, perhaps even more importantly, every one of the ‘big four’ recognizes only the other three as the only other legitimate governing bodies in boxing.

On the other hand, some other organizations and initiatives provide professional boxing with rankings and even title fights. However, these are unrecognized as the legitimate rankings by the boxing public or the other major organizations. One example is the International Boxing Organisation (IBO), which despite having some notable champions showcase their belt after fights, is not recognized as a major sanctioning body by the other world organizations, or by most of the boxing public.

Having four different sets of rankings is confusing for many casual observers of the sport. Other notable organizations that try to provide some clarity across weight division are The Ring Magazine, and also the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB). These rank boxers according to their own rules and policies.

How Often Are Boxing Rankings Updated?

Rankings in boxing are updated once a month. The different governing bodies favor different times. The IBF and WBC tend to release its in the first week of the month. The WBO favor the middle of the month, while the WBA tend to reveal its towards the end of a month. If you notice that it’s been over a month since one of them were updated, this usually means they’re waiting for a major fight to be completed in the coming days.

You will often notice that newly crowned champions still appear in the top 15, while recently dethrone champions are nowhere to be seen. This is simply because the rankings have not been updated since they fought.

Ranking Factors

Selected judging panels determine the rankings within the major organizations. The judging boards for the four major organizations which compile the rankings are always multinational. Judges come from almost every continent, bringing their perspective on the rankings. They rank the fighters according to organization rules, but the rankings may also be mostly subjective. Although every significant sanctioning body has its own set of rules, they share a lot of general rules that determine whether a boxer is eligible to be rated in the top 15 or move up positions.

Factors that attribute to a boxer’s rating in the top 15:

  • A positive record
  • Recent activity
  • Quality of performance
  • Quality of competition
  • The significance of their bouts
  • Accomplishments and record in amateur boxing
  • Having a clean drug record
  • Having a regional title in any of the organization’s regional affiliates

Also, there are some specific rules from every organization for a fighter to be ranked in the top 15.

The WBC requires the boxer to have:

  • Competed in at least one 10 round bout
  • Fought against another rated fighter, which may also include those ranked in the top 15 of other world organizations recognized by the WBC, within the 18-month period from the time the boxer was rated

Another example is the WBO’s requirement for a boxer to have competed in at least two contests scheduled for ten rounds or 4 contests scheduled for eight rounds

Additional factors that could attribute to a boxer’s rating are:

  • Style
  • Experience in elimination or championship bouts
  • Positive TV exposure

What Do The Positions Mean?

Although there isn’t a perfect formula and exceptions occur very often, particular positions in the top 15 rankings usually bear some advantages and obligations for the boxer ranked.

Being ranked first in the top 15 rankings usually makes the boxer the mandatory challenger for the title in the respective weight class. If the title is vacant at a given time, whether a fighter has vacated their belt or had it stripped for not fighting a mandatory, then the organization will set up a title bout between the number one and number two ranked boxers. If those boxers are unavailable to fight, either as mandatory challenges or in eliminators, the organizations will generally work down rankings, offering the opportunity to the next highest ranked boxer.

Regarding final eliminators, the organizations appoint boxers from the upper half of the top 15 rankings to fight each other, with the winner becoming the mandatory challenger for the title of the organization. Fighters ranked in the bottom half of the top 15, can box in eliminator fights, which would eventually lead to a better ranking, a final eliminator fight or even an eventual title bout.

Since champions usually have to fight their mandatory challengers once a year, they also have the option to make a voluntary defense versus a challenger of their choosing. However, they can only choose from the top 15 ranked fighters in their division, opening the way to a title bout for a boxer ranked fairly lower in the top 15. This rule is pretty flexible, and you will often see hand-picked opponents for voluntary defenses, who were outside the top 15, suddenly make an appearance in the updated rankings for the organization the following month.

Lost Ranking Positions

A boxer can drop out or completely fall out of the ratings for numerous reasons. Although every significant sanctioning body has its own rules, a lot of them fall in line with some fundamental logical reasons for dropping out.

General factors that contribute to a boxer going down the rankings or completely falling out are:

  • Losing
  • Choosing to fight for another organization’s belt or a final eliminator
  • Low-quality level of competition
  • Low frequency of fighting, for example not competing in 9 months
  • Use of illegal drugs, inside or outside of the ring
  • Criminal behavior and legal issues
  • Failure to pay sanction fees
  • Failure to make weight
  • Conduct that violates boxing regulations or rules
  • Other specific factors that might be deemed relevant by one of the organizations