These Boxing Rankings are issued by: World Boxing Association
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Men’s Boxing Rankings as of 24th December 2018
Heavy Weight – Over 200 LBS / OVER 90.71 KGS
WBA Super Champion: Anthony Joshua; UK
WBA World Champion: Manuel Charr; Syria
Anthony Joshua is the current Heavyweight champion of this category and recent win against Parker has allowed him to retain his title. Meanwhile, USA’s Trevor Bryan ranks 1st followed by USA’s Jarrell Miller and Puerto Rico’s Fres Oquendo who rank 2nd and 3rd respectively.
|3||Fres Oquendo||Puerto Rico|
|5||Dereck Chisora||Great Britain|
|9||Joe Joyce||Great Britain|
Middleweight – 160 Lbs / 72.58 Kgs
WBA Super Champion & WBC-IBF Champion: Saul ALvarez; Mexico
WBA World Champion: Rob Brant; USA
Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán, best known as Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez, is a Mexican professional boxer who is the holder of the unified WBC, WBF, IBO and IBF middleweight titles. While the world champion right now is Rob Brant of USA.
Also David Lemieux is placed at the first position with Gennady Golovkin and Brandon Adams at the 2nd and 3rd position in the middleweight boxing rankings.
Super Welterweight – 154 Lbs/ 69.85) Kgs
WBA Super Champion & IBF Champion: Jarrett Hurd; USA
WBA World Champion: Brian Carlos Castano; Argentina
USA’s Jarret Hurd was the world world light middleweight champion since 2017. In 2018 he brought out his A-game in the ring and now also holds the WBA title since April 2018.
Also Michel Soro is placed at the first position with Kell Brook and Erislandy Lara at the 2nd and 3rd position in the super welterweight boxing rankings.
|2||Kell Brook||Great Britain|
|4||Carlos Adames||Dominican Republic|
|12||Jason Welborn||Great Britain|
|15||Ted Cheeseman||Great Britain|
Lightweight – 135 Lbs / 61.23 Kgs
WBA Super Champion: Vasyl Lomachenko; Ukraine
Vasyl Lomachenko has gone under a successful surgery and whether the current lightweight champion will return to ring is deemed uncertain.
Also Jorge Linares is placed at the first position with Anthony Crolla and Evens Pierre at the 2nd and 3rd position in the lightweight boxing rankings.
|2||Anthony Crolla||Great Britain|
|4||Daud Cino Yordan||Indonesia|
|7||Robert Easter Jr||USA|
|12||Jackson Marinez||Dominican Republic|
|15||Joe Cordina||Great Britain|
Super Featherweight – 130 Lbs / 58.97 Kg
WBA Super Champion: Gervonta Davis; USA
WBA World Champion: Alberto Machado; Puerto Rico
Davis is 2-time super featherweight champion and he has held the IBF title since 2017. And, recently he added the WBA title to his name thus making him a WBA Super Champion.
Also Rene Alvarado is placed at the first position with Ricardo Nunez and Bryan Vasquez at the 2nd and 3rd position in the super featherweight boxing rankings.
|3||Bryan Vasquez||Costa Rica|
|7||Jesus Andres Cuellar||Argentina|
|11||Freddy Fonseca||Costa Rica|
|14||Jayson Velez||Puerto Rico|
Women’s Boxing Rankings
Light Heavyweight – Over 168 Lbs / Over 76.20 Kgs
World Champion: Vacant WBC: Alejandra Jimenez
Alejandra Jiminez holds the light heavyweight title since 2016 and has not lost a fight since then. She has a total of 8 knockouts and 10 wins from 10 matches so far.
|9||Alrie Meleisea||New Zealand|
|10||Lani Daniels||New Zealand|
Super Middleweight 168 Lbs / 76.20 Kgs
World Champion: Alicia Napoleon
Nicknamed as “The Empress”, Alicia Napolean’orthodox stance and World-class boxing skills has made her the World Champion of Super Middleweight category.
|4||Savannah Marshall||Great Britain|
|6||Hannah Rankin||Great Britain|
Welterweight 147 Lbs / 66.68 Kgs
WBA Super Champion: Cecilia Braekhus; Norway
A former kick-boxer, Cecilia Braekhus, is the first woman in boxing to hold 4 titles simultaneously. Nicknamed as “The First Lady” Cecilia’s boxing record is phenomenal as he has won 33 out of 33 matches with 9 matches being knockout ones.
Lightweight 135 Lbs / 61.23 Kgs
WBA Super Champion: Katie Taylor; Ireland
Katie Taylor is an Irish national and currently holds several belts simultaneously. With a load of Gold medals to her name Katie is termed as “Simply the best”in the boxing world.
|1||Cindy Serrano||Puerto Rico|
|8||Chantelle Cameron||Great Britain|
|10||Christina Linardatou||Dominican Republic|
Flyweight 112 Lbs / 50.80 Kgs
World Champion: Naoko Fujioka; Japan
Naoko Fujioka continues to defy her age as the 42-year old is in the best shape of her life and her being World Champion is a solid proof of it.
|3||Eun Hye Lee||South Korea|
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