WBA Rankings & Champions

WBA Light Heavyweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
4
Valera
17-2-0
5
Fornling
15-1-0
7
Salamov
23-1-0
10
Foster
17-0-0
11
Dessaix
16-1-0
13
Dibombe
15-0-1
15
Fournier
8-0-0
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WBA Middleweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
3
Adams
21-2-0
4
Szeremeta
18-0-0
5
Madiev
12-0-1
6
Falcao
22-0-0
8
Baysangurov
17-0-0
9
Papot
22-0-0
12
Potes
11-1-1
13
Volny
13-0-0
14
Francillette
21-1-1
15
Blanco
13-1-0
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WBA Super Welterweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
5
Adames
16-0-0
6
Amirkhanyan
12-0-1
7
Kurbanov
16-0-0
8
Campfort
25-3-0
9
Madrimov
1-0-0
10
DeLuca
22-1-0
13
Teixeira
29-1-0
15
Zhangabayev
6-0-0
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WBA Super Lightweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
1
Barrios
22-0-0
2
Ahmedov
5-0-0
4
Puello
16-0-0
5
Ergashev
15-0-0
7
Martin
33-2-0
9
Maidana
16-0-0
10
Lopez
34-2-1
11
Medina
22-0-0
12
Parra
33-2-1
13
Matias
12-0-0
14
Castaneda
15-0-0
15
Giyasov
6-0-0
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WBA Super Featherweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
1
Alvarado
30-8-0
2
Nunez
29-8-0
3
Vasquez
37-3-0
6
Cherry
37-7-2
8
Dib
22-3-0
9
Cancio
19-4-2
10
Fonseca
26-2-1
11
Sulaimanbek
13-0-0
12
Yaqubov
12-0-0
13
Velez
27-5-1
14
Nova
14-0-0
15
Gomez
10-6-1
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WBA Featherweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
2
Xu
15-2-0
3
Servania
32-1-0
4
McCreary
15-0-0
5
Marrero
23-2-0
6
Gracia
24-1-1
7
Nyambayar
10-0-0
9
Garcia
10-0-0
11
Flores
23-2-0
12
Sanchez
13-0-0
13
Khegai
14-0-1
14
Ruiz
13-2-0
15
Sardinez
14-1-0
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WBA Super Bantamweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
1
Akhmadaliev
5-0-0
3
Juarez
23-6-0
7
Melian
3-0-0
9
Mejia
11-1-0
10
Ramos
30-5-0
11
Zarate
16-4-3
12
Osawa
34-5-4
13
Machado
15-0-0
14
Beaumont
14-3-1
15
Hernandez
12-1-0
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WBA Bantamweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
1
Gaballo
20-0-0
4
Wake
25-5-2
5
Young
18-1-3
6
Lopez
18-0-0
8
Espinoza
17-1-2
10
Parejo
21-3-1
12
Kiyose
15-2-1
13
Nunez
8-0-0
14
Martin
11-0-0
15
Parra II
18-1-0
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WBA Super Flyweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
1
Jimenez
29-8-4
2
Gonzalez
29-1-0
8
Eto
23-4-1
9
Legrand
29-0-0
10
Dharry
23-5-1
11
Kiatniwat
21-2-0
12
Banquez
17-1-0
13
Quirino
20-2-3
14
Vazquez
14-0-0
15
Gonzalez
23-3-0
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WBA Flyweight Rankings

Updated: 02 Jan 2019
1
Thawornkham
20-1-0
2
Sitthiprasert
68-5-0
3
Gonzalez
22-2-1
4
Hoy
15-0-0
6
Barrera
22-2-0
7
Thaiyen
51-4-0
8
Magramo
23-1-0
9
Perez
14-1-0
10
Lebron
21-5-0
11
Fernandez
19-0-1
12
Obbadi
18-1-0
14
Martin
13-0-0
15
Gauto
10-0-0
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World Boxing Association (WBA) Profile

The World Boxing Association, abbreviated to ‘WBA’ is one of the four major organizations that sanction world championship boxing fights. It is the oldest out of the other four organizations. It was formed in 1921, in Rhode Island by thirteen state representatives and at that time it was named the National Boxing Association (NBA). One of the reasons for creating this new organization was to counterbalance the at that time dominant New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC). These two organizations eventually started awarding the champions titles to different fighters in the same division, paving the way for the present situation where we have multiple world champions in one division.

Initially, the NBA published challenger lists and sanctioned title bouts but did not try to impose its will on championship fights or collect sanctioning fees. In that regard, the NBA was a body more similar to what is today the American Association of Boxing Commissions, than the WBA itself. The first bout recognized by the NBA was a Heavyweight Championship bout between Jack Dempsey and Georges Carpentier in New Jersey.

With boxing becoming a global sport through the mid part of the 20th century, there was the growing need for a worldwide organization to represent the sport. With this need in mind, on August 23, 1962, the NBA changed its name to the WBA. This rebranding marked the beginning of other nations local organizations becoming associated with the WBA. By 1975 most of the country members were actually from Latin America, a connection that still holds true today. That same year the organization relocated its headquarters to Panama. After another relocation, this time to Caracas, Venezuela that lasted from the 1990s to the early 2000s. By 2007 the central offices were back in Panama City where they still work today.

At the beginning of its existence, the WBA was led exclusively by 43 North American presidents, up to 1974. Two years after the name change in 1964, the first Latin American member of the WBA Executive Committee, doctor Elias Cordova from Panama, was promoted to the committee. Ten years after, doctor Cordova became the first Latin American president in the history of the WBA. Since 1974, all presidents that have held post have been Latin Americans. Cordova was president until 1976, followed by Venezuelan Fernando Mandry Galindez who was president from 1977 to 1979. After that, Panamanian Rodrigo Sanchez held the post for three years up until his death in 1982.

During the annual convention in 1982 held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in a 41 to 32 vote win against Bob Lee who was then commissioner of the New Jersey Athletic Commission, Venezuelan Gilberto Mendoza was named the president of the WBA. He became the longest-serving president in the history of WBA, finally retiring in December 2015 due to ill health. After his retirement, the WBA unanimously selected him as President Emeritus of the WBA. The current president is his successor, and son, Gilberto Jesus Mendoza.

The WBA is closely cooperating with regional organizations on multiple continents. The Pan African Boxing Association (PFBA) in Africa, Latin American Boxing Federation (FEDELATIN) and Bolivarian Boxing Federation (FEDEBOL) for Latin America, Central America Boxing Federation (FEDECENTRO) for the Central American region, North America Boxing Association (NABA) for North America and the World Boxing Association International (WBAI).

The WBA awards its champions in all divisions their recognizable black belt. The WBA recognizes title holders from the other three major organizations, as do all of them recognize the WBA belt. The WBA is unique in its approach to awarding titles comparing to the other organizations, in that they often award two titles in the same division.

Often division will have ‘Regular’ champion, and the other is the ‘Super’ champion. If a fighter that holds the WBA title, also wins a belt from some of the other three major sanctioning bodies, he or she is then promoted to WBA ‘Super’ champion. The title he initially held is then referred to as the ‘Regular’ title and becomes vacant for competition by other WBA-ranked boxers.

This is why official WBA rankings lists will sometimes show for example ‘WBA Super World Heavyweight Champion’ and a ‘WBA World Heavyweight Champion’ for the heavyweight division, or the same format for any of the other divisions. A fighter will also be promoted to WBA ‘Super’ champion for having multiple title defenses. For example when Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez was promoted to a ‘Super’ champion after his fifth successful title defense. Despite multiple reports from the WBA that they will reduce the number of titles to one per division, they actively continue to issue ‘Regular’ title fights.

The WBA along with the other three sanctioning bodies also recognizes ‘interim’ titles. They introduced the concept during a meeting of their Executive Committee in April 1998. The idea for this title came about when a world champion would be temporarily unavailable to defend his or her in the event of an injury or illness.

The WBA decided that in this situation, two highly ranked contenders would fight for the interim title. The winner of the bout, or the interim titleholder, would then become the mandatory challenger for the original world champion when he or she returned to the ring. However, throughout the years the reasons for interim title bouts have become flexible (to say the least).

The WBA also recognizes fighters as ‘Unified Champion’ or ‘Undisputed Champion,’ even in situations when the WBA belt is not one of the titles held by the fighter. For example, Nate Campbell held the WBO and IBF titles and was recognized as WBA ‘Undisputed Champion’ at lightweight, while simultaneously the WBA ‘Regular champion’ was Yusuke Kobori.

Notable boxers throughout history that have been recognized as WBA world champions:

Heavyweight: Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, Mike Tyson, Lennox Lewis, George Foreman, Evander Holyfield (also in Cruiserweight), Wladimir Klitschko, Roy Jones Jr (also in Light Heavyweight)
Cruiserweight: Guillermo Jones, Denis Lebedev
Light Heavyweight: Thomas Hearns (also at Welterweight), Bernard Hopkins (also at Middleweight), Andre Ward (also at Super Middleweight)
Super Middleweight: Joe Calzaghe
Middleweight: Marvin Hagler, Carlos Monzon, Rodrigo Valdez, Felix Trinidad (also at Super Welterweight)
Super Welterweight: Roberto Duran (also at Lightweight), Sugar Rey Leonard (also at Welterweight), Miguel Cotto (also at Welterweight), Canelo Alvarez, Floyd Mayweather Jr (also at Welterweight), Oscar De La Hoya
Welterweight: Ricky Hatton (also at Super Lightweight)
Super Lightweight: Wilfred Benitez, Edwin Rosario (also at Lightweight)
Lightweight: Julio Cesar Chavez
Super Featherweight: Wilfredo Gomez
Featherweight: Alexis Arguello

 

How The WBA Rank Fighters & Rules

WBA ratings represent the best opinion of the organization as to the relative ability of the boxers in particular weight categories, at a specific time and who are available and willing to fight for the WBA’s title.

The regional federations affiliated with the WBA may send its Committee information concerning the fights held under their jurisdictions for boxers rated by the WBA, as well as other relevant records for fighters eligible for future ratings. Its Committee may also receive and consider information provided by any member, or anyone representing a boxer who wishes to be rated.

Primary factors that attribute to a boxer’s rating are:

  • Their ring performance.
  • Bout activity.
  • Win-loss records.
  • Difficulty of bouts.
  • Technical decisions.
  • Holding a regional title, with the boxer’s record taken into consideration.
  • Failure to make weight.
  • Disqualifications.

A boxer can drop or completely fall out of the ratings due to:

  • Bad ring performance.
  • Failure to make the required weight.
  • A loss to a non-rated boxer.
  • Loss of a regional title.
  • Inactivity, violation of WBA rules.
  • Failure to pay or allow WBA sanction fees.
  • Failure to take or pass a drug test, in or outside of competition.
  • Proven or alleged criminal behavior.
  • Conduct that violates boxing regulations or rules.
  • Suspension by a responsible authority.
  • Behavior in public or statements that would affect the boxer’s ability to be licensed to compete, or that damage public perception of the sport.
  • Or any other factor deemed relevant by the WBA.

A ranked boxer who changes weight categories is not guaranteed any rating in his new WBA weight category.

Current WBA World Champions

WBA Super World Heavyweight Champion: Anthony Joshua (United Kingdom) - 22-0-0
WBA World Heavyweight Champion: Manuel Charr (Germany) - 31-4-0
WBA Super World Cruiserweight Champion: Oleksandr Usyk (Ukraine) - 16-0-0
WBA World Cruiserweight Champion: Beibut Shumenov (Kazakhstan) - 18-2-0
WBA World Light heavyweight Champion: Dmitry Bivol (Russian Federation) - 15-0-0
WBA Super World Super Middleweight Champion: Callum Smith (United Kingdom) - 25-0-0
WBA World Super Middleweight Champion: Saul Canelo (Mexico) - 51-1-2
WBA Super World Middleweight Champion: Saul Canelo (Mexico) - 51-1-2
WBA World Middleweight Champion: Rob Brant (United States) - 24-1-0
WBA Super World Super Welterweight Champion: Jarrett Hurd (United States) - 23-0-0
WBA World Super Welterweight Champion: Brian Castano (Argentina) - 15-0-0
WBA Super World Welterweight Champion: Keith Thurman (United States) - 28-0-0
WBA World Welterweight Champion: Manny Pacquiao (Philippines) - 60-7-2
WBA World Super Lightweight Champion: Kiryl Relikh (Belarus) - 23-2-0
WBA Super World Lightweight Champion: Vasyl Lomachenko (Ukraine) - 12-1-0
WBA World Lightweight Champion: Vacant
WBA Super World Super Featherweight Champion: Gervonta Davis (United States) - 20-0-0
WBA World Super Featherweight Champion: Alberto Machado (Puerto Rico) - 21-0-0
WBA Super World Featherweight Champion: Leo Santa Cruz (Mexico) - 35-1-1
WBA World Featherweight Champion: Jesus Rojas (Puerto Rico) - 26-2-2
WBA World Super Bantamweight Champion: Daniel Roman (United States) - 26-2-1
WBA Super World Bantamweight Champion: Nonito Donaire (Philippines) - 39-5-0
WBA World Bantamweight Champion: Naoya Inoue (Japan) - 17-0-0
WBA World Super Flyweight Champion: Kal Yafai (United Kingdom) - 25-0-0
WBA World Flyweight Champion: Artem Dalakian (Azerbaijan) - 18-0-0

Current WBA Rankings

WBA Heavyweight Rankings

Champion: Anthony Joshua (United Kingdom) - 22-0-0
Regular Champion: Manuel Charr (Germany) - 31-4-0
  1. Trevor Bryan (United States) - 20-0-0
  2. Jarrell Miller (United States) - 23-0-1
  3. Fres Oquendo (Puerto Rico) - 37-8-0
  4. Dillian Whyte (United Kingdom) - 25-1-0
  5. Joe Joyce (United Kingdom) - 7-0-0
  6. Otto Wallin (Sweden) - 20-0-0
  7. Bryant Jennings (United States) - 24-3-0
  8. Alexander Povetkin (Russian Federation) - 34-2-0
  9. Filip Hrgovic (Croatia) - 7-0-0
  10. Sergey Kuzmin (Russian Federation) - 14-0-0
  11. Kyotaro Fujimoto (Japan) - 20-1-0
  12. Michael Hunter (United States) - 16-1-0
  13. Bogdan Dinu (Romania) - 18-1-0
  14. Dillon Carman (Canada) - 14-3-0
  15. Guillermo Jones (Panama) - 41-3-2

WBA Cruiserweight Rankings

Champion: Oleksandr Usyk (Ukraine) - 16-0-0
Regular Champion: Beibut Shumenov (Kazakhstan) - 18-2-0
  1. Yunier Dorticos (Cuba) - 23-1-0
  2. Andrew Tabiti (United States) - 17-0-0
  3. Ryad Merhy (Belgium) - 27-1-0
  4. Yury Kashinsky (Russian Federation) - 17-0-0
  5. Murat Gassiev (Russian Federation) - 26-1-0
  6. Maksim Vlasov (Russian Federation) - 42-3-0
  7. Lawrence Okolie (United Kingdom) - 10-0-0
  8. Alexey Egorov (Russian Federation) - 7-0-0
  9. Tony Bellew (United Kingdom) - 30-3-1
  10. Mateusz Masternak (Poland) - 41-5-0
  11. Firat Arslan (Germany) - 44-8-3
  12. Mike Perez (Cuba) - 24-3-1
  13. Richard Riakporhe (United Kingdom) - 8-0-0
  14. Imre Szello (Hungary) - 22-0-0
  15. Mike Wilson (United States) - 19-1-0

WBA Light Heavyweight Rankings

Champion: Dmitry Bivol (Russian Federation) - 15-0-0
  1. Badou Jack (Sweden) - 22-1-3
  2. Marcus Browne (United States) - 22-0-0
  3. Sullivan Barrera (Cuba) - 22-2-0
  4. Felix Valera (Dominican Republic) - 17-2-0
  5. Sven Fornling (Sweden) - 15-1-0
  6. Joshua Buatsi (United Kingdom) - 9-0-0
  7. Umar Salamov (Russian Federation) - 23-1-0
  8. Joe Smith Jr (United States) - 24-2-0
  9. Mike Lee (United States) - 21-0-0
  10. Charles Foster (United States) - 17-0-0
  11. Reagan Dessaix (Australia) - 16-1-0
  12. Fanlong Meng (China) - 14-0-0
  13. Pierre Dibombe (France) - 15-0-1
  14. Jean Pascal (Canada) - 33-6-1
  15. Joe Fournier (United Kingdom) - 8-0-0

WBA Super Middleweight Rankings

Champion: Callum Smith (United Kingdom) - 25-0-0
Regular Champion: Saul Canelo (Mexico) - 51-1-2
  1. John Ryder (United Kingdom) - 27-4-0
  2. Fedor Chudinov (Russian Federation) - 18-2-0
  3. Chris Eubank Jr (United Kingdom) - 27-2-0
  4. Bilal Akkawy (Australia) - 19-0-1
  5. Zach Parker (United Kingdom) - 17-0-0
  6. Rocky Fielding (United Kingdom) - 27-2-0
  7. George Groves (United Kingdom) - 28-4-0
  8. Tyron Zeuge (Germany) - 23-1-1
  9. Jayde Mitchell (Australia) - 18-1-0
  10. Erik Bazinyan (Canada) - 22-0-0
  11. Zac Dunn (Australia) - 27-1-0
  12. Julio Alamos (Chile) - 11-0-0
  13. Vladimir Shishkin (Russian Federation) - 8-0-0
  14. Ainiwaer Yilixiati (China) - 14-1-0
  15. Aidos Yerbossynuly (Kazakhstan) - 10-0-0

WBA Middleweight Rankings

Champion: Saul Canelo (Mexico) - 51-1-2
Regular Champion: Rob Brant (United States) - 24-1-0
  1. David Lemieux (Canada) - 40-4-0
  2. Gennady Golovkin (Kazakhstan) - 38-1-1
  3. Brandon Adams (United States) - 21-2-0
  4. Kamil Szeremeta (Poland) - 18-0-0
  5. Magomed Madiev (Russian Federation) - 12-0-1
  6. Esquiva Falcao (Brazil) - 22-0-0
  7. Ryota Murata (Japan) - 14-2-0
  8. Khasan Baysangurov (Russian Federation) - 17-0-0
  9. David Papot (France) - 22-0-0
  10. Maciej Sulecki (Poland) - 27-1-0
  11. Jason Quigley (Ireland) - 15-0-0
  12. Dormedes Potes (Colombia) - 11-1-1
  13. Patrice Volny (Canada) - 13-0-0
  14. Andrew Francillette (France) - 21-1-1
  15. Alfonso Blanco (Venezuela) - 13-1-0

WBA Super Welterweight Rankings

Champion: Jarrett Hurd (United States) - 23-0-0
Regular Champion: Brian Castano (Argentina) - 15-0-0
  1. Kell Brook (United Kingdom) - 38-2-0
  2. Erislandy Lara (Cuba) - 25-3-2
  3. Jermell Charlo (United States) - 31-1-0
  4. Julian Williams (United States) - 26-1-1
  5. Carlos Adames (Dominican Republic) - 16-0-0
  6. Aram Amirkhanyan (Armenia) - 12-0-1
  7. Magomed Kurbanov (Russian Federation) - 16-0-0
  8. Wilky Campfort (Haiti) - 25-3-0
  9. Israil Madrimov (Uzbekistan) - 1-0-0
  10. Mark DeLuca (United States) - 22-1-0
  11. Jeff Horn (Australia) - 19-1-1
  12. Michael Zerafa (Australia) - 25-3-0
  13. Patrick Teixeira (Brazil) - 29-1-0
  14. Ted Cheeseman (United Kingdom) - 15-0-0
  15. Nursultan Zhangabayev (Kazakhstan) - 6-0-0

WBA Welterweight Rankings

Champion: Keith Thurman (United States) - 28-0-0
Regular Champion: Manny Pacquiao (Philippines) - 60-7-2
  1. Alexander Besputin (Russian Federation) - 12-0-0
  2. Jessie Vargas (United States) - 28-2-2
  3. Jamal James (United States) - 24-1-0
  4. Egidijus Kavaliauskas (Lithuania) - 21-0-0
  5. Amir Khan (United Kingdom) - 33-4-0
  6. Adrien Broner (United States) - 33-3-1
  7. Josesito Lopez (United States) - 36-7-0
  8. Kerman Lejarraga (Spain) - 27-0-0
  9. Conor Benn (United Kingdom) - 13-0-0
  10. Josh Kelly (United Kingdom) - 8-0-0
  11. Sergey Lubkovich (Russian Federation) - 10-0-0
  12. Samuel Vargas (Colombia) - 30-4-2
  13. Cameron Hammond (Australia) - 18-1-0
  14. Miguel Cruz (United States) - 17-1-0
  15. Radzhab Butaev (Russian Federation) - 10-0-0

WBA Super Lightweight Rankings

Champion: Kiryl Relikh (Belarus) - 23-2-0
  1. Mario Barrios (United States) - 22-0-0
  2. Batyr Ahmedov (Uzbekistan) - 5-0-0
  3. Hiroki Okada (Japan) - 19-0-0
  4. Alberto Puello (Dominican Republic) - 16-0-0
  5. Shohjahon Ergashev (Uzbekistan) - 15-0-0
  6. Eduard Troyanovsky (Russian Federation) - 27-2-0
  7. Sandor Martin (Spain) - 33-2-0
  8. Robbie Davies Jnr (United Kingdom) - 17-1-0
  9. Fabian Maidana (Argentina) - 16-0-0
  10. Marcelino Lopez (Argentina) - 34-2-1
  11. Yomar Medina (Dominican Republic) - 22-0-0
  12. Jaider Parra (Venezuela) - 33-2-1
  13. Subriel Matias (Puerto Rico) - 12-0-0
  14. Kendo Castaneda (United States) - 15-0-0
  15. Shakhram Giyasov (Uzbekistan) - 6-0-0

WBA Lightweight Rankings

Champion: Vasyl Lomachenko (Ukraine) - 12-1-0
Champion: Vacant
  1. Anthony Crolla (United Kingdom) - 34-6-3
  2. Jorge Linares (Venezuela) - 45-5-0
  3. Rances Barthelemy (Cuba) - 27-1-0
  4. Robert Easter Jr (United States) - 21-1-0
  5. Daud Yordan (Indonesia) - 38-4-0
  6. Emiliano Marsili (Italy) - 37-0-1
  7. Evens Pierre (Haiti) - 30-1-0
  8. Devin Haney (United States) - 21-0-0
  9. Teofimo Lopez (United States) - 11-0-0
  10. Cristian Baez (Venezuela) - 16-0-0
  11. Jackson Marinez (Dominican Republic) - 15-0-0
  12. Esneiker Correa (Venezuela) - 11-2-1
  13. Francesco Patera (Belgium) - 20-3-0
  14. Zapir Rasulov (Russian Federation) - 33-1-0
  15. Joe Cordina (United Kingdom) - 8-0-0

WBA Super Featherweight Rankings

Champion: Gervonta Davis (United States) - 20-0-0
Regular Champion: Alberto Machado (Puerto Rico) - 21-0-0
  1. Rene Alvarado (Nicaragua) - 30-8-0
  2. Ricardo Nunez (Panama) - 29-8-0
  3. Bryan Vasquez (Costa Rica) - 37-3-0
  4. Ryan Garcia (United States) - 17-0-0
  5. Abner Mares (Mexico) - 31-3-1
  6. Edner Cherry (Bahamas) - 37-7-2
  7. Jesus Cuellar (Argentina) - 28-3-0
  8. Billel Dib (Australia) - 22-3-0
  9. Andrew Cancio (United States) - 19-4-2
  10. Freddy Fonseca (Nicaragua) - 26-2-1
  11. Akzhol Sulaimanbek (Kyrgyzstan) - 13-0-0
  12. Muhammadkhuja Yaqubov (Tajikistan) - 12-0-0
  13. Jayson Velez (Puerto Rico) - 27-5-1
  14. Abraham Nova (Puerto Rico) - 14-0-0
  15. Tony Gomez (Venezuela) - 10-6-1

WBA Featherweight Rankings

Champion: Leo Santa Cruz (Mexico) - 35-1-1
Regular Champion: Jesus Rojas (Puerto Rico) - 26-2-2
  1. Jhack Tepora (Philippines) - 22-0-0
  2. Can Xu (China) - 15-2-0
  3. Genesis Servania (Philippines) - 32-1-0
  4. Tyler McCreary (United States) - 15-0-0
  5. Claudio Marrero (Dominican Republic) - 23-2-0
  6. Bryan Gracia (Panama) - 24-1-1
  7. Tugstsogt Nyambayar (United States) - 10-0-0
  8. Joseph Diaz (United States) - 27-1-0
  9. Hector Garcia (Dominican Republic) - 10-0-0
  10. Hugo Ruiz (Mexico) - 38-4-0
  11. Miguel Flores (Mexico) - 23-2-0
  12. Jason Sanchez (United States) - 13-0-0
  13. Arnold Khegai (Ukraine) - 14-0-1
  14. Luis Ruiz (Colombia) - 13-2-0
  15. Carlos Sardinez (Argentina) - 14-1-0

WBA Super Bantamweight Rankings

Champion: Daniel Roman (United States) - 26-2-1
  1. Murodjon Akhmadaliev (Uzbekistan) - 5-0-0
  2. Diego De La Hoya (Mexico) - 21-0-0
  3. Cesar Juarez (Mexico) - 23-6-0
  4. Moises Flores (Mexico) - 25-2-0
  5. Brandon Figueroa (United States) - 18-0-0
  6. Yukinori Oguni (Japan) - 20-2-1
  7. Alberto Melian (Argentina) - 3-0-0
  8. Gavin McDonnell (United Kingdom) - 20-2-2
  9. Alexander Mejia (Nicaragua) - 11-1-0
  10. Rico Ramos (United States) - 30-5-0
  11. Isaac Zarate (United States) - 16-4-3
  12. Hiroshige Osawa (Japan) - 34-5-4
  13. Neslan Machado (Cuba) - 15-0-0
  14. Maikol Beaumont (Venezuela) - 14-3-1
  15. Jesse Hernandez (United States) - 12-1-0

WBA Bantamweight Rankings

Champion: Nonito Donaire (Philippines) - 39-5-0
Regular Champion: Naoya Inoue (Japan) - 17-0-0
  1. Reymart Gaballo (Philippines) - 20-0-0
  2. Liborio Solis (Venezuela) - 28-5-1
  3. Jason Moloney (Australia) - 17-1-0
  4. Shingo Wake (Japan) - 25-5-2
  5. Stephon Young (United States) - 18-1-3
  6. Melvin Lopez (Nicaragua) - 18-0-0
  7. Ryan Burnett (United Kingdom) - 19-1-0
  8. Alexander Espinoza (Nicaragua) - 17-1-2
  9. Jamie McDonnell (United Kingdom) - 29-3-1
  10. Yonfrez Parejo (Venezuela) - 21-3-1
  11. Juan Payano (Dominican Republic) - 20-2-0
  12. Tenta Kiyose (Japan) - 15-2-1
  13. Leosdan Nunez (Cuba) - 8-0-0
  14. Carl Martin (Philippines) - 11-0-0
  15. Lorenzo Parra II (Venezuela) - 18-1-0

WBA Super Flyweight Rankings

Champion: Kal Yafai (United Kingdom) - 25-0-0
  1. Norberto Jimenez (Dominican Republic) - 29-8-4
  2. Miguel Gonzalez (Chile) - 29-1-0
  3. Andrew Moloney (Australia) - 18-0-0
  4. Juan Reveco (Argentina) - 39-4-0
  5. Roman Gonzalez (Nicaragua) - 47-2-0
  6. Daigo Higa (Japan) - 15-1-0
  7. Sho Ishida (Japan) - 27-1-0
  8. Koki Eto (Japan) - 23-4-1
  9. Vincent Legrand (France) - 29-0-0
  10. Elton Dharry (Guyana) - 23-5-1
  11. Stamp Kiatniwat (Thailand) - 21-2-0
  12. Michell Banquez (Venezuela) - 17-1-0
  13. Jose Quirino (Mexico) - 20-2-3
  14. Damien Vazquez (United States) - 14-0-0
  15. Israel Gonzalez (Mexico) - 23-3-0

WBA Flyweight Rankings

Champion: Artem Dalakian (Azerbaijan) - 18-0-0
  1. Sarawut Thawornkham (Thailand) - 20-1-0
  2. Noknoi Sitthiprasert (Thailand) - 68-5-0
  3. Jonathan Gonzalez (United States) - 22-2-1
  4. Charlie Hoy (United Kingdom) - 15-0-0
  5. Luis Concepcion (Panama) - 37-7-0
  6. Robert Barrera (Colombia) - 22-2-0
  7. Sirichai Thaiyen (Thailand) - 51-4-0
  8. Giemel Magramo (Philippines) - 23-1-0
  9. Josber Perez (Venezuela) - 14-1-0
  10. Gregorio Lebron (Dominican Republic) - 21-5-0
  11. Keiver Fernandez (Venezuela) - 19-0-1
  12. Mohammed Obbadi (Italy) - 18-1-0
  13. Gideon Buthelezi (South Africa) - 21-5-0
  14. Mirco Martin (Germany) - 13-0-0
  15. Agustin Gauto (Argentina) - 10-0-0

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