WBO Rankings & Champions

WBO Heavyweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
4
Schwarz
21-0-0
6
Zhang
19-0-0
7
Fujimoto
19-1-0
9
Kabayel
18-0-0
10
Spong
12-0-0
11
Wallin
20-0-0
12
Fa
15-0-0
14
Tetteh
17-0-0
15
Demirezen
9-0-0
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WBO Cruiserweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
3
Arslan
43-8-2
4
Szello
21-0-0
6
Mann
14-0-0
7
Kashinsky
16-0-0
10
Opetaia
16-0-0
13
Zubov
17-1-0
14
Basualdo
11-1-1
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WBO Light Heavyweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
5
Boesel
27-1-0
6
Hooper
14-1-0
7
Parzeczewski
21-1-0
11
Ceballos
15-2-0
12
Caparello
28-3-1
13
Torres
19-1-1
14
Salamov
22-1-0
15
Deines
16-0-1
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WBO Super Middleweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
2
Isufi
27-3-2
5
Singh
10-0-0
6
Bazinyan
20-0-0
7
Murdock
22-1-0
8
Parker
16-0-0
9
Dunn
26-1-0
11
Richards
11-0-0
12
Mansilla
14-5-1
14
Idigov
14-0-0
15
Nuerlang
11-1-0
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WBO Super Welterweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
1
Hogan
27-1-1
3
Cook
20-2-0
4
Inoue
13-0-1
8
Harrison
27-2-0
9
Murtazaliev
13-0-0
10
Teixeira
29-1-0
12
Amirkhanyan
11-0-1
13
Formella
18-0-0
15
Allotey
38-3-0
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WBO Welterweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
1
Clayton
15-0-0
5
Santillan
24-0-0
6
Veron
15-0-0
7
Arriaza
17-0-0
8
Shonena
12-0-0
11
Abduqaxorov
15-0-0
12
Ellis
20-0-0
13
Chukhadzhyan
12-1-0
15
Obara
20-3-1
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WBO Super Lightweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
4
Zepeda
29-1-0
7
Paro
14-0-0
8
Chelokhsaev
15-1-1
10
Keles
10-0-1
11
Yoon
12-0-0
12
Ulysse Jr
16-1-0
13
Dadashev
11-0-0
14
LesPierre
20-0-1
15
Foley
15-2-1
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WBO Lightweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
3
Arakawa
31-6-2
5
Chaniev
13-1-0
6
MacKenzie
19-1-0
7
Gesta
32-2-2
10
Kambosos Jnr
15-0-0
11
Berinchyk
9-0-0
12
Nakatani
17-0-0
13
Moses
40-4-0
14
Ashie
28-5-1
15
Benitez
20-3-0
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WBO Super Featherweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
1
Chuprakov
20-0-0
3
Nakathila
16-1-0
5
Roach
17-0-1
6
Diaz
23-1-0
7
Sueyoshi
18-1-0
9
Alexeev
12-0-0
12
Fonseca
22-1-1
13
Sparrow
9-1-0
14
Noynay
14-2-1
15
Woodstock
11-0-0
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WBO Featherweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
2
Lukas
21-0-0
3
Servania
31-1-0
4
Malynovskyi
23-0-0
6
Avila
23-1-0
7
Gonzalez
20-0-0
9
Pumicpic
21-8-2
10
Ituarte
20-1-1
11
May
19-1-0
12
Lebron
13-0-1
13
Clary
25-1-0
15
Marriaga
26-3-0
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WBO Super Bantamweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
2
Navarrete
25-1-0
3
Elorde
26-1-0
4
Ward
24-0-0
5
Pagara
30-1-0
6
Otake
31-3-3
8
Juarez
23-6-0
10
Velasquez
21-6-2
11
Williams
15-0-0
12
Khegai
13-0-1
13
Vicente
33-3-2
14
Sackey
22-0-1
15
Santisima
16-2-0
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WBO Bantamweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
3
Micah
22-0-0
4
Franco
21-2-0
5
Teshigawara
17-2-2
6
Magwaca
20-0-3
9
Agbeko
34-5-0
11
Patel
16-0-1
12
Akaho
32-2-2
14
Potapov
18-1-1
15
Martin
10-0-0
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WBO Super Flyweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
2
Palicte
24-2-1
4
Martinez
20-0-2
5
Funai
30-7-0
7
Eto
23-4-1
8
Lara
26-2-1
11
Mukai
16-6-3
12
Marin
16-0-0
13
Nieves
18-2-2
14
Edwards
8-0-0
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WBO Flyweight Rankings

Updated: 24 Aug 2018
1
Tanaka
11-0-0
2
Rodriguez Jr
28-4-1
3
Kuroda
30-7-3
4
Sakamoto
13-1-0
5
Gonzalez
21-2-1
6
Legrand
27-0-0
7
Magramo
21-1-0
8
Martin
12-0-0
10
Moreno
18-2-2
11
Melindo
37-3-0
12
Sandoval
13-1-0
13
Nakatani
16-0-0
14
Ge
11-0-0
15
Raquinel
10-0-1
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World Boxing Organisation (WBO) Profile

The World Boxing Organisation, abbreviated to ‘WBO’ is one of the four major organizations that sanction world championship boxing fights. This organization came about in 1988, when a group of Puerto Rican and Dominican businesspeople who were originally part of the WBA, decided to break away and form their own group. This detachment was due to having disputes inside the WBA over what rules should apply inside the organization.

A former WBA vice president, Ramon Pina Acevedo was chosen as the first president of the organization, with its first headquarters located in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Right after its formation, the organization started setting up world title bouts around the world. Relative to the other major sanctioning bodies, the WBO quickly rose to power as the ‘fourth’ governing body in boxing.

After Acevedo, next in line for the presidency came Puerto Rican Jose Torres, a former world light heavyweight champion. This move was widely seen as a way for the organization to gain its much-needed credibility. After Torres left the post in 1996, fellow Puerto Rican Francisco Varcarcel took over at the helm of the organization and has been president ever since. Under Varcarcel, the organization signed unification bout deals with all the other three major sanctioning bodies: the WBA, IBF and the WBC. The WBC was the last organization to cooperate with the WBO, because of a long-lasting feud between WBC president Sulaiman and Varcarcel.

The first championship bout sanctioned by the WBO was between Thomas Hearns and James Kinchen for the vacant super middleweight title on 4th November 1988. Hearns won the fight by majority decision, thus becoming the first WBO champion in boxing history. The first heavyweight title bout sanctioned by the WBO was between two relative unknowns, Italian Francesco Damiani who was a former Olympic silver medalist and South African boxer Johnny DuPlooy. Damiani won the first WBO heavyweight title by way of knockout. Having two low profile boxers fight for their first heavyweight title didn’t help the organization in gaining credibility as a significant sanctioning body.

This image was especially true at heavyweight since all the other sanctioning bodies at that time recognized Mike Tyson as the undisputed world heavyweight champion. Future WBO champions like Michael Moorer, Henry Akinwande, and Riddick Bowe even vacated their WBO titles to chase other titles. Moreover, famed boxing publication The Ring did not recognize the WBO belts. In the lighter weight divisions, however, entertaining and world famous champions such as Chris Eubank and Naseem Hamed gave the WBO international recognition. Unlike in the US, in the 1990’s the WBO title was more accepted in Europe.

As years passed by, WBO champions always fared well in unification bouts with WBC, WBA and IBF champions. WBO featherweight champion Naseem Hamed defeated the WBC, WBA and IBF champions in his weight class. Another WBO champion, heavyweight Dariusz Michalczewski defeated Virgil Hill to unify his belt with the WBA and IBF belts. By the beginning of the 21st century, the WBO was starting to get officially recognized by the other three major sanctioning bodies in boxing.

In 2000, the WBA started identifying WBO champions on the same level as it did WBC and IBF champions. In 2004, the WBC began mentioning WBO champions on its ranking lists. The IBF was the last major organization to recognize the WBO, doing so for the first time in February 2007. The WBO on the other hand always fully recognized the other three sanctioning bodies and named their champions on its ranking lists.

Japanese boxers were not permitted to fight for WBO belts for a long time. However, the Japan Boxing Commission decided to join the WBO along with the IBF on 1 April 2013, thus finally giving Japanese boxers the option to fight for the WBO and IBF world titles.

To gain better control of professional boxing throughout the world, the WBO has established championships for the following geographical regions:

WBO Intercontinental and the WBO Europe for Europe, NABO for North America (Canada, United States, Mexico and Puerto Rico), WBO Latino for the Latin American region (South America, Central America, and the Caribbean), WBO Asia Pacific for the countries of Asia and Oceania, WBO Africa for Africa. A championship is rumored to be in the works for the Chinese region.

The WBO awards its champions in all 17 weight classes their recognizable burgundy belt. Since the early 2000s, the WBO has granted the honorary title of ‘Super Champion’ to boxers who meet a distinct set of criteria.

For example:
Having multiple bout contracts with a major TV network
Having ten successful title defenses or even less, if versus distinguished opponents
Having a quality record against quality opponents throughout his professional and amateur career

Unlike the WBA’s super titles, the WBO’s are more in line with lifetime achievement awards and are not titles that can be put on the line in a title bout. A WBO Super Champion retains his status even when moving to a different weight class.

These are some of the boxers who have been awarded the WBO Super Champion belt throughout the years: Joe Calzaghe, Oscar De La Hoya, Bernard Hopkins, Jermain Taylor, Kelly Pavlik, Wladimir Klitschko, Juan Manuel Márquez, Juan Díaz, Manny Pacquiao, Timothy Bradley Jr., Fernando Montiel, Jorge Arce, Omar Narváez, Donnie Nietes, Iván Calderón, Marco Huck, Sergey Kovalev, and Vasyl Lomachenko.

Some notable boxers throughout history that have been recognized as WBO world champions:

Heavyweight: Ray Mercer, Vitali Klitschko, Wladimir Klitschko
Cruiserweight: David Haye, Marco Huck
Light Heavyweight: Andre Ward, Sergey Kovalev
Super Middleweight: Thomas Hearns, Chris Eubank (also at Middleweight), Joe Calzaghe
Middleweight: Bernard Hopkins, Nigel Benn, Canelo Alvarez, Oscar De La Hoya (also at Lightweight & Super Featherweight)
Super Welterweight: Miguel Cotto (also at Welterweight & Super Lightweight), Canelo Alvarez
Welterweight: Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather Jr
Super Lightweight: Hector Camacho
Lightweight: Artur Grigorian
Super Featherweight: Vasyl Lomachenko (also at Featherweight)
Featherweight: Naseem Hamed
Super Bantamweight: Marco Antonio Barrera

How The WBO Rank Fighters & Rules

For a boxer to be eligible to appear in the WBO ratings he should:

  • Have a positive professional record with particular emphasis on boxers recent activities
  • For a boxer to receive a top 15 rating, the fighter must have competed in at least 2 contests scheduled for 10 rounds or 4 bouts scheduled for 8 rounds
  • Have a positive amateur record with special emphasis on medals obtained in international and Olympic tournaments.
  • Have a regional title in any one of their organizations, such as NABO, WBO International, WBO Latino, WBO Asia Pacific.

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

  • Quality of competition.
  • Frequency of competition.
  • Positive TV exposure.
  • Good relationship within the WBO community.
  • No drug-related problems.

Current WBO World Champions

WBO World Heavyweight Champion: Anthony Joshua (United Kingdom) - 21-0-0
WBO World Cruiserweight Champion: Oleksandr Usyk (Ukraine) - 15-0-0
WBO World Light heavyweight Champion: Eleider Alvarez (Colombia) - 24-0-0
WBO World Super Middleweight Champion: Gilberto Ramirez (Mexico) - 38-0-0
WBO World Middleweight Champion: Billy Saunders (United Kingdom) - 26-0-0
WBO World Junior Middleweight Champion: Jaime Munguia (Mexico) - 31-0-0
WBO World Welterweight Champion: Terence Crawford (United States) - 33-0-0
WBO World Junior Welterweight Champion: Maurice Hooker (United States) - 24-0-3
WBO World Lightweight Champion: Jose Pedraza (Puerto Rico) - 25-1-0
WBO World Junior Lightweight Champion: Masayuki Ito (Japan) - 24-1-1
WBO World Featherweight Champion: Oscar Valdez (Mexico) - 24-0-0
WBO Interim World Featherweight Champion: Carl Frampton (United Kingdom) - 26-1-0
WBO World Junior Featherweight Champion: Isaac Dogboe (Ghana) - 20-0-0
WBO World Bantamweight Champion: Zolani Tete (South Africa) - 27-3-0
WBO World Junior Bantamweight Champion: Vacant
WBO World Flyweight Champion: Sho Kimura (Japan) - 17-1-2

Current WBO Rankings

WBO Heavyweight Rankings

Champion: Anthony Joshua (United Kingdom) - 21-0-0
  1. Alexander Povetkin (Russian Federation) - 34-1-0
  2. Dillian Whyte (United Kingdom) - 24-1-0
  3. Jarrell Miller (United States) - 21-0-1
  4. Tom Schwarz (Germany) - 21-0-0
  5. Dominic Breazeale (United States) - 19-1-0
  6. Zhilei Zhang (China) - 19-0-0
  7. Kyotaro Fujimoto (Japan) - 19-1-0
  8. Bryant Jennings (United States) - 24-2-0
  9. Agit Kabayel (Germany) - 18-0-0
  10. Tyrone Spong (Netherlands) - 12-0-0
  11. Otto Wallin (Sweden) - 20-0-0
  12. Junior Fa (New Zealand) - 15-0-0
  13. Dereck Chisora (United Kingdom) - 29-8-0
  14. Ebenezer Tetteh (Ghana) - 17-0-0
  15. Ali Demirezen (Turkey) - 9-0-0

WBO Cruiserweight Rankings

Champion: Oleksandr Usyk (Ukraine) - 15-0-0
  1. Maksim Vlasov (Russian Federation) - 42-2-0
  2. Krzysztof Glowacki (Poland) - 30-1-0
  3. Firat Arslan (Germany) - 43-8-2
  4. Imre Szello (Hungary) - 21-0-0
  5. Mateusz Masternak (Poland) - 41-4-0
  6. Artur Mann (Kazakhstan) - 14-0-0
  7. Yury Kashinsky (Russian Federation) - 16-0-0
  8. Mairis Briedis (Latvia) - 24-1-0
  9. Ruslan Fayfer (Russian Federation) - 23-0-0
  10. Jai Opetaia (Australia) - 16-0-0
  11. Micki Nielsen (Denmark) - 25-1-0
  12. Matty Askin (United Kingdom) - 23-3-1
  13. Alexey Zubov (Russian Federation) - 17-1-0
  14. Juan Basualdo (Argentina) - 11-1-1
  15. Yunier Dorticos (Cuba) - 22-1-0

WBO Light Heavyweight Rankings

Champion: Eleider Alvarez (Colombia) - 24-0-0
  1. Marcus Browne (United States) - 22-0-0
  2. Anthony Yarde (United Kingdom) - 16-0-0
  3. Mike Lee (United States) - 21-0-0
  4. Sean Monaghan (United States) - 29-1-0
  5. Dominic Boesel (Germany) - 27-1-0
  6. Damien Hooper (Australia) - 14-1-0
  7. Robert Parzeczewski (Poland) - 21-1-0
  8. Badou Jack (Sweden) - 22-1-3
  9. Joe Smith Jr (United States) - 24-2-0
  10. Sergey Kovalev (Russian Federation) - 32-3-1
  11. Manuel Ceballos (Mexico) - 15-2-0
  12. Blake Caparello (Australia) - 28-3-1
  13. Humberto Torres (Mexico) - 19-1-1
  14. Umar Salamov (Russian Federation) - 22-1-0
  15. Adam Deines (Germany) - 16-0-1

WBO Super Middleweight Rankings

Champion: Gilberto Ramirez (Mexico) - 38-0-0
  1. Jesse Hart (United States) - 25-1-0
  2. Shefat Isufi (Serbia) - 27-3-2
  3. Arthur Abraham (Armenia) - 47-6-0
  4. Vincent Feigenbutz (Germany) - 29-2-0
  5. Vijender Singh (India) - 10-0-0
  6. Erik Bazinyan (Canada) - 20-0-0
  7. Rohan Murdock (Australia) - 22-1-0
  8. Zach Parker (United Kingdom) - 16-0-0
  9. Zac Dunn (Australia) - 26-1-0
  10. Chris Eubank Jr (United Kingdom) - 26-2-0
  11. Lerrone Richards (United Kingdom) - 11-0-0
  12. Rolando Mansilla (Argentina) - 14-5-1
  13. Avni Yildirim (Turkey) - 21-1-0
  14. Aslambek Idigov (Russian Federation) - 14-0-0
  15. Wuzhati Nuerlang (China) - 11-1-0

WBO Middleweight Rankings

Champion: Billy Saunders (United Kingdom) - 26-0-0
  1. Demetrius Andrade (United States) - 25-0-0
  2. Walter Kautondokwa (Namibia) - 17-0-0
  3. Gary O'Sullivan (Ireland) - 28-3-0
  4. Jack Culcay (Ecuador) - 24-3-0
  5. David Lemieux (Canada) - 40-4-0
  6. Steven Butler (Canada) - 24-1-1
  7. Martin Murray (United Kingdom) - 37-4-1
  8. Maciej Sulecki (Poland) - 26-1-0
  9. Willie Monroe Jr (United States) - 23-3-0
  10. Albert Onolunose (Nigeria) - 23-1-1
  11. Artur Akavov (Russian Federation) - 19-2-0
  12. Anthony Mundine (Australia) - 48-8-0
  13. Luke Keeler (Ireland) - 15-2-1
  14. Liam Smith (United Kingdom) - 26-2-1
  15. Ibrahim Guemues (Germany) - 15-0-0

WBO Super Welterweight Rankings

Champion: Jaime Munguia (Mexico) - 31-0-0
  1. Dennis Hogan (Ireland) - 27-1-1
  2. Julian Williams (United States) - 25-1-1
  3. Brandon Cook (Canada) - 20-2-0
  4. Takeshi Inoue (Japan) - 13-0-1
  5. Kell Brook (United Kingdom) - 37-2-0
  6. Erislandy Lara (Cuba) - 25-3-2
  7. Amir Khan (United Kingdom) - 33-4-0
  8. Tony Harrison (United States) - 27-2-0
  9. Bakhram Murtazaliev (Russian Federation) - 13-0-0
  10. Patrick Teixeira (Brazil) - 29-1-0
  11. Yoshihiro Kamegai (Japan) - 27-5-2
  12. Aram Amirkhanyan (Armenia) - 11-0-1
  13. Sebastian Formella (Germany) - 18-0-0
  14. Liam Williams (United Kingdom) - 17-2-1
  15. Patrick Allotey (Ghana) - 38-3-0

WBO Welterweight Rankings

Champion: Terence Crawford (United States) - 33-0-0
  1. Custio Clayton (Canada) - 15-0-0
  2. Egidijus Kavaliauskas (Lithuania) - 20-0-0
  3. Jessie Vargas (United States) - 28-2-1
  4. Adrien Broner (United States) - 33-3-1
  5. Giovanni Santillan (United States) - 24-0-0
  6. Luis Veron (Argentina) - 15-0-0
  7. Roberto Arriaza (Nicaragua) - 17-0-0
  8. Mikka Shonena (Namibia) - 12-0-0
  9. Kerman Lejarraga (Spain) - 26-0-0
  10. Jeff Horn (Australia) - 18-1-1
  11. Qudratillo Abduqaxorov (Uzbekistan) - 15-0-0
  12. Rashidi Ellis (United States) - 20-0-0
  13. Karen Chukhadzhyan (Ukraine) - 12-1-0
  14. Jose Benavidez (United States) - 27-0-0
  15. Keita Obara (Japan) - 20-3-1

WBO Super Lightweight Rankings

Champion: Maurice Hooker (United States) - 24-0-3
  1. Alex Saucedo (Mexico) - 28-0-0
  2. Jack Catterall (United Kingdom) - 22-0-0
  3. Hiroki Okada (Japan) - 19-0-0
  4. Jose Zepeda (United States) - 29-1-0
  5. Anthony Yigit (Sweden) - 21-0-1
  6. Terry Flanagan (United Kingdom) - 33-1-0
  7. Liam Paro (Australia) - 14-0-0
  8. Georgi Chelokhsaev (Russian Federation) - 15-1-1
  9. Josh Taylor (United Kingdom) - 13-0-0
  10. Fatih Keles (Turkey) - 10-0-1
  11. Logan Yoon (United States) - 12-0-0
  12. Yves Ulysse Jr (Canada) - 16-1-0
  13. Maxim Dadashev (Russian Federation) - 11-0-0
  14. Mikkel LesPierre (United States) - 20-0-1
  15. Darragh Foley (Ireland) - 15-2-1

WBO Lightweight Rankings

Champion: Jose Pedraza (Puerto Rico) - 25-1-0
  1. Roman Andreev (Russian Federation) - 21-0-0
  2. Jose Pedraza (Puerto Rico) - 25-1-0
  3. Nihito Arakawa (Japan) - 31-6-2
  4. Daud Yordan (Indonesia) - 38-3-0
  5. Isa Chaniev (Russian Federation) - 13-1-0
  6. Kye MacKenzie (Australia) - 19-1-0
  7. Mercito Gesta (Philippines) - 32-2-2
  8. Ryan Martin (United States) - 22-0-0
  9. Richard Commey (Ghana) - 27-2-0
  10. George Kambosos Jnr (Australia) - 15-0-0
  11. Denys Berinchyk (Ukraine) - 9-0-0
  12. Masayoshi Nakatani (Japan) - 17-0-0
  13. Paulus Moses (Namibia) - 40-4-0
  14. George Ashie (Ghana) - 28-5-1
  15. German Benitez (Argentina) - 20-3-0

WBO Super Featherweight Rankings

Champion: Masayuki Ito (Japan) - 24-1-1
  1. Evgeny Chuprakov (Russian Federation) - 20-0-0
  2. Francisco Vargas (Mexico) - 25-1-2
  3. Jeremiah Nakathila (Namibia) - 16-1-0
  4. Ryan Garcia (United States) - 16-0-0
  5. Lamont Roach (United States) - 17-0-1
  6. Christopher Diaz (Puerto Rico) - 23-1-0
  7. Masaru Sueyoshi (Japan) - 18-1-0
  8. Lee Selby (United Kingdom) - 26-2-0
  9. Mikhail Alexeev (Russian Federation) - 12-0-0
  10. Orlando Salido (Mexico) - 44-14-4
  11. James Tennyson (United Kingdom) - 22-2-0
  12. Francisco Fonseca (Nicaragua) - 22-1-1
  13. Avery Sparrow (United States) - 9-1-0
  14. Joe Noynay (Philippines) - 14-2-1
  15. Leon Woodstock (United Kingdom) - 11-0-0

WBO Featherweight Rankings

Champion: Oscar Valdez (Mexico) - 24-0-0
Interim Champion: Carl Frampton (United Kingdom) - 26-1-0
  1. Mark Magsayo (Philippines) - 18-0-0
  2. Sakaria Lukas (Namibia) - 21-0-0
  3. Genesis Servania (Philippines) - 31-1-0
  4. Oleg Malynovskyi (Ukraine) - 23-0-0
  5. Luke Jackson (Australia) - 16-1-0
  6. Manuel Avila (United States) - 23-1-0
  7. Joet Gonzalez (United States) - 20-0-0
  8. Ryan Walsh (United Kingdom) - 22-2-2
  9. Richard Pumicpic (Philippines) - 21-8-2
  10. Erick Ituarte (Mexico) - 20-1-1
  11. Nathaniel May (Australia) - 19-1-0
  12. Luis Lebron (Puerto Rico) - 13-0-1
  13. Toka Clary (United States) - 25-1-0
  14. Kid Galahad (United Kingdom) - 24-0-0
  15. Miguel Marriaga (Colombia) - 26-3-0

WBO Super Bantamweight Rankings

Champion: Isaac Dogboe (Ghana) - 20-0-0
  1. Diego De La Hoya (Mexico) - 21-0-0
  2. Emanuel Navarrete (Mexico) - 25-1-0
  3. Juan Elorde (Philippines) - 26-1-0
  4. Thomas Ward (United Kingdom) - 24-0-0
  5. Albert Pagara (Philippines) - 30-1-0
  6. Hidenori Otake (Japan) - 31-3-3
  7. Jessie Magdaleno (United States) - 25-1-0
  8. Cesar Juarez (Mexico) - 23-6-0
  9. Tomoki Kameda (Japan) - 35-2-0
  10. Jose Velasquez (Chile) - 21-6-2
  11. Tramaine Williams (United States) - 15-0-0
  12. Arnold Khegai (Ukraine) - 13-0-1
  13. Yenifel Vicente (Dominican Republic) - 33-3-2
  14. Isaac Sackey (Ghana) - 22-0-1
  15. Jeo Santisima (Philippines) - 16-2-0

WBO Bantamweight Rankings

Champion: Zolani Tete (South Africa) - 27-3-0
  1. Juan Payano (Dominican Republic) - 20-1-0
  2. Jason Moloney (Australia) - 17-0-0
  3. Duke Micah (Ghana) - 22-0-0
  4. Ricardo Franco (Mexico) - 21-2-0
  5. Hiroaki Teshigawara (Japan) - 17-2-2
  6. Mzuvukile Magwaca (South Africa) - 20-0-3
  7. Nonito Donaire (Philippines) - 38-5-0
  8. Takuma Inoue (Japan) - 12-0-0
  9. Joseph Agbeko (Ghana) - 34-5-0
  10. Mikhail Aloyan (Armenia) - 4-0-0
  11. Prince Patel (United Kingdom) - 16-0-1
  12. Ryo Akaho (Japan) - 32-2-2
  13. Lee Haskins (United Kingdom) - 35-4-0
  14. Nikolay Potapov (Russian Federation) - 18-1-1
  15. Carl Martin (Philippines) - 10-0-0

WBO Super Flyweight Rankings

Champion: Vacant
  1. Donnie Nietes (Philippines) - 41-1-5
  2. Aston Palicte (Philippines) - 24-2-1
  3. McWilliams Arroyo (Puerto Rico) - 17-4-0
  4. Jose Martinez (Puerto Rico) - 20-0-2
  5. Ryuichi Funai (Japan) - 30-7-0
  6. Sho Ishida (Japan) - 26-1-0
  7. Koki Eto (Japan) - 23-4-1
  8. Keyvin Lara (Nicaragua) - 26-2-1
  9. Andrew Moloney (Australia) - 18-0-0
  10. McJoe Arroyo (Puerto Rico) - 18-2-0
  11. Hirofumi Mukai (Japan) - 16-6-3
  12. Alexandru Marin (Romania) - 16-0-0
  13. Antonio Nieves (United States) - 18-2-2
  14. Sunny Edwards (United Kingdom) - 8-0-0
  15. Rex Tso (China) - 22-0-0

WBO Flyweight Rankings

Champion: Sho Kimura (Japan) - 17-1-2
  1. Kosei Tanaka (Japan) - 11-0-0
  2. Francisco Rodriguez Jr (Mexico) - 28-4-1
  3. Masayuki Kuroda (Japan) - 30-7-3
  4. Masahiro Sakamoto (Japan) - 13-1-0
  5. Jonathan Gonzalez (United States) - 21-2-1
  6. Vincent Legrand (France) - 27-0-0
  7. Giemel Magramo (Philippines) - 21-1-0
  8. Mirco Martin (Germany) - 12-0-0
  9. Andrew Selby (United Kingdom) - 10-0-0
  10. Angel Moreno (Spain) - 18-2-2
  11. Milan Melindo (Philippines) - 37-3-0
  12. Ricardo Sandoval (United States) - 13-1-0
  13. Junto Nakatani (Japan) - 16-0-0
  14. Wenfeng Ge (China) - 11-0-0
  15. Jayr Raquinel (Philippines) - 10-0-1

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