Just as last year, we release this year's edition of our boxing year-end / year-start rankings, this tie including all Men's and Women's Divisions.

Just as in January 2021, The Sportspedia’s Editorial team has elaborated a year-end / year-start Boxing Ranking in January 2022 to make sense of the panoramas in the each division and pound for pound.

This year we have released the rankings for all the Men’s and Women’s Divisions, including the new Bridgerweight.

Below you can find the rankings for January 1st, 2022. Here you can view the rankings for January 1st, 2021, which only included the Men’s Divisions.

Men's Rankings

1Saúl AlvarezMéxico57(39)-1-2Super MiddleweightThe Ring, WBC, WBA Super, IBF, WBOWRTD Avni Yildirim, WRTD Billy Joe Saunders, WTKO Caleb Plant1
2Terence CrawfordUnited States of America38(29)-0WelterweightWBOWTKO Shawn Porter2
3Naoya InoueJapan22(19)-0BantamweightWBA Super, IBF, The RingWKO Michael Dasmarinas, WTKO Aran Dipaen3
4Errol Spence Jr.United States of America27(21)-0WelterweightWBC, IBF4
5Tyson FuryEngland30(22)-0-1HeayweightWBC, The RingWKO Deontay Wilder6
6Juan Francisco EstradaMéxico42(28)-3Super FlyweightWBA Super, The RingWSD González8
7Oleksandr UsykUkraine19(13)-0HeayweightIBF, WBO, WBA SuperWUD Anthony JoshuaNEW
8Gervonta DavisUnited States of America26(24)-0LightweightWBAWTKO Mario Barrios, WUD Isaac Cruz10
9Josh TaylorScotland18(13)-0Super LightweightWBA Super, IBF, WBC, WBO, The RingWUD José Carlos RamírezNEW
10Gennadiy GolovkinKazakhstan41(36)-1-1MiddleweightIBFNEW
OUTManny PacquiaoPhilippines62(39)-8-2RetiredLUD Yordenis Ugas5
OUTTeófimo LópezHonduras / United States of America16(12)-1LightweightLSD George Kambosos Jnr7
OUTVasyl LomachenkoUkraine16(11)-2LightweightWTKO Masayoshi Nakatani, WUD Richard Commey9
1 Tyson Fury England 30(22)-0-1 WBC, The Ring WKO Deontay Wilder 1
2 Oleksandr Usyk Ukraine 19(13)-0 IBF, WBO, WBA Super WUD Anthony Joshua 3
3 Anthony Joshua England 24(22)-2   LUD Oleksandr Usyk 2
4 Andy Ruiz Jr. México 33(22)-2   WUD Chris Arreola 4
5 Deontay Wilder United States of America 42(41)-2-1   LKO Tyson Fury 5

Former and now #1 Fury beat #5 ranked Wilder to become undefeated World Champion. Joshua defeated former #1 Andy Ruiz, who had Knocked him out when he was #1 but Ruiz has still never been knocked out unlike Wilder, who suffered a TKO against Fury. Usyk cleaned with the Cruiserweight and now has three titles after beating then-#2, Joshua.


1 Óscar Rivas Torres Colombia 28(19)-1 WBC WRTD Sylvera Louis, WUD Ryan Rozicki NEW
2 Isaac Chamberlain England 14(8)-1   WRTD Ben Thomas, WKO Dilan Prasovic NEW
3 Lukasz Rozanski Poland 14(13)-0   WKO Artur Szpilka NEW
4 Evgeny Romanov Russian Federation 16(11)-0   WUD Dmitry Kudryashov NEW
5 Ryan Rozicki Canada 13(13)-1   LUD Óscar Rivas Torres NEW

Boxers are ranked if they have chosen to be listed as Bridgerweights and if in their last fight they were within the weight limit. Rivas is the only World Champion in this new weightclass. Chamberlain’s KO1 of Dilan Prasovic last time out is bigger than any other rated fighter and only lost to #2 Cruiserweight, Okolie. Rozanski comes off a KO1 over Artur Szpilka and is unbeaten with an almost perfect KO ratio. WBC’s #1-rated Romanov is also unbeaten in 16 fights, while Rozicki was unbeaten with a perfect KO ratio, before losing to Rivas.



1 Mairis Briedis Latvia 28(20)-1 IBF, The Ring WTKO Artur Mann 1
2 Lawrence Okolie England 17(14)-0 WBO WKO Krzysztof Glowacki, WKO Dilan Prasovic NEW
3 Yuniel Dorticos Cuba 25(23)-2   WTKO Jesse Bryan 2
4 Ilunga Junior Makabu Democratic Republic Of The Congo 28(25)-2 WBC   3
5 Arsen Goulamirian France 26(18)-0 WBA Super   4
OUT Krzysztof Glowacki Poland 31(19)-3   LKO Lawrence Okolie 5

Breidis beat former #1 Glowacki and current #3, former World Champion Dorticos, who has only lost to him and now-Heavyweight Gassiev. Okolie also beat Glowacki, a bigger win than any other fighter on the weight has, except for Bredis’s. World Champion Makabu hasn’t lost in 4 years and Goulamirian is an undefeated World Champion that defeated Constantin Bejenaru, who himself beat strong Thabiso Mchunu. Glowacki is now out after his loss to Okolie.

Bivol and Beterbiev are both undefeated World Champions. Beterbiev holds two belts and has an impressive 100% KO rate but Bivol has faced better opposition, having defeated #5 Smith Jr and former ranked Jean Pascal. Kovalev is still there in the mix and gave Saúl Álvarez a good fight until he was knocked out. Unbeaten former World Champion Ramírez beat Jesse Hart and Sullivan Barrera, who beat Smith Jr but Smith jr then beat Hart, who beat Barrera.

1 Dmitry Bivol Russian Federation 19(11)-0 WBA WUD Craig Richards, WUD Umar Salamov 1
2 Artur Beterbiev Russian Federation 17(17)-0 WBC, IBF WTKO Adam Deines, WKO Marcus Browne 2
3 Sergey Kovalev Russian Federation 34(29)-4-1     3
4 Gilberto Ramírez Sánchez México 43(29)-0   WKO Sullivan Barrera, WTKO Yunieski González 4
5 Joe Smith Jr United States of America 27(21)-3 WBO WMD Maxim Vlasov 5

Pound for Pound #1 Álvarez has defeated #3 Plant and #4 Jacobs on his way to a total unification. Jacobs’ fight was closer, hence their respectice positions. Benavídez is still undefeated, with a good KO ratio. WBA Champion Morell is unbeaten as well with a good KO ratio.

1 Saúl Alvarez México 57(39)-1-2 The Ring, WBC, WBA Super, IBF, WBO WRTD Avni Yildirim, WRTD Billy Joe Saunders, WTKO Caleb Plant 1
2 David Benavídez México / United States of America 25(22)-0   WTKO Ronald Ellis, WTKO Kyrone Davis 2
3 Daniel Jacobs United States of America 37(30)-3     4
4 Caleb Plant United States of America 21(12)-1   WUD Caleb Truax, LTKO Saúl Álvarez 3
5 David Morrell Cuba 6(5)-0 WBA WKO Mario Abel Cázares, WTKO Alantez Fox 5
OUT Callum Smith England 28(20)-1   WTKO Lenin Castillo OUT

Álvarez beat former #1 Golovkin the second time around after a draw in 2018, but he has since left the weight. Unbeaten World Champion Charlo has beaten Sergiy Derevyanchenko via UD as Golovkin did. Unbeaten World Champion Andrade is yet to fight an opposition as the top 3 have but comes off an impressive TKO, while unbeaten Munguía barely edges unbeaten World Champion Ryōta Murata out due to his stronger wins against Sadam Ali and Liam Smith (both at Superwelterweight) and his win by RTD6 against Tureano Johnson, who lasted 12 rounds against Derevyanchenko, as well as his win against Rosado.


1 Gennadiy Golovkin Kazakhstan 41(36)-1-1 IBF   2
2 Jermall Charlo United States of America 32(22)-0 WBC WUD Juan Macías Montiel 3
3 Demetrius Andrade United States of America / Cape Verde 21(19)-0 WBO WUD Liam Williams, WTKO Jason Quigley 4
4 Jaime Munguía México 38(30)-0   WRTD Kamil Szeremeta, WUD Gabriel Rosado 5
5 Ryota Murata Japan 16(13)-2 WBA Super    
OUT Saúl Alvarez México 57(39)-1-2   WRTD Avni Yildirim, WRTD Billy Joe Saunders, WTKO Caleb Plant 1

A division with a clear #1 -Charlo- that has most of the belts. Castaño has the other belt as they tied in their unification bout. Third is Fundora, who beat Gallimore by KO in 6 unlike #4 Lubin, who beat him in a 10-round decision. Lubin also beat then-#2 Jeison, who is now out of the rankings after two losses via KO. Fifth is Tim Tszyu, who is unbeaten. Williams and Hurd are out amid their losses. Lara moved up to Middleweight.


1 Jermell Charlo United States of America 34(18)-1-1 WBA Super, WBC, IBF, The Ring DSD Brian Carlos Castaño 1
2 Brian Carlos Castaño Argentina 17(12)-0-2 WBO DSD Jermell Charlo NEW
3 Sebastian Fundora United States of America 18(12)-0-1   WUD Sergio García NEW
4 Erickson Lubin United States of America 24(14)-1   WKO Jeison Rosario NEW
5 Tim Tszyu Australia 20(15)-0   WTKO Dennis Hogan, WTKO Steve Spark, WUD Takeshi Inoue NEW
OUT Jeison Rosario Dominican Republic 21(15)-3-1   LKO Erickson Lubin, WTKO Reinaldo González 2
OUT Julian Williams United States of America 27(16)-3-1   LSD Vladimir Hernández 3
OUT Jarrett Hurd United States of America 24(16)-2   LSD Luis Arias 4
OUT Erislandy Lara United States of America / Cuba 27(15)-3-3   WKO Thomas Lamanna 5

Unbeaten World Champion Crawford has been the #1 Lightweight and Super Lightweight by beating the best in those divisions. He has still not beat the very best Welters but did beat Kell Brook in 4 rounds, while #2 Erroll Spence Jr took 11 to beat him. Spence has unified against Porter and also beat former #5 García. Former Pound for Pound #1, #4 Thurman has been ranked since beating Guerrero, Porter and Garcia, and only lost to Manny Pacquiao, who lost to now #3 Yordenis Ugás, before retiring. Vergil Ortizhas won all of his fights by KO, including one against former #1 Mauricio Herrera. Miguel Ángel García lost to Sandor Martin and is out.


1 Terence Crawford United States of America 38(29)-0 WBO WTKO Shawn Porter 1
2 Errol Spence Jr. United States of America 27(21)-0 WBC, IBF   2
3 Yordenis Ugás Hernandez Cuba 27(12)-4 WBA Super WUD Manny Pacquiao  
4 Keith Thurman United States of America 29(22)-1     4
5 Vergil Ortiz Jr México / United States of America 18(18)-0   WKO Maurice Hooker, WTKO Egidijus Kavaliauskas  
OUT Manny Pacquiao Philippines 62(39)-8-2   LUD Yordenis Ugas 3
OUT Miguel Angel García Cortez México 40(30)-2   LMD Sandor Martin 5

Taylor is an unbeaten World Champion and has defeated three of the top 5-rated boxers, and has every single belt. Ramírez was an unbeaten World Champion until he lost to Taylor. He has defeated two of the top 5; he defeated Postol via MD unlike Taylor’s UD. He also barely beat Zepeda in a close Majority Decision, and Zepeda has five wins in a row. Prograis was also able to lose just by Majority Decision against #1 Taylor, his only defeat. Postol remains in the ranking since beating Matthysse back in 2015 and his only defeats since have been a Unanimous Decision against #1 Taylor and a Majority Decision against #2 Ramírez.


1 Josh Taylor Scotland 18(13)-0 WBA Super, IBF, WBC, WBO, The Ring WUD José Carlos Ramírez 1
2 José Carlos Ramírez United States of America / México 26(17)-1   LUD Josh Taylor 2
3 José Zepeda México 35(27)-2   WUD Henry Lundy, WTKO Josué Vargas 3
4 Regis Prograis United States of America 26(22)-1   WTKO Ivan Redkach 4
5 Viktor Postol Ukraine 31(12)-3     5

Davis beat Santa Cruz last year by KO6 and remains unbeaten, and was Super Lightweight World Champion at some point but will stay in Lightweight. López beat then-Pound for Pound-rated Lomachenko to earn four World Title belts and was unbeaten until Kambosos Jr defeated him to take most title belts. Haney beat former top 5 Gamboa to also remain as an unbeaten Champion. Commey lost to Lomachenko and is out.


1 Gervonta Davis United States of America 26(24)-0 WBA WTKO Mario Barrios, WUD Isaac Cruz 3
2 George Kambosos Jnr Australia 29(10)-0 WBA Super, IBF, WBO, The Ring WSD Teófimo López NEW
3 Teófimo López Honduras / United States of America 16(12)-1   LSD George Kambosos Jnr 1
4 Vasyl Lomachenko Ukraine 16(11)-2   WTKO Masayoshi Nakatani, WUD Richard Commey 2
5 Devin Haney United States of America 27(15)-0 WBC WUD Jorge Linares, WUD Joseph Pedroza Díaz Jr. 4
OUT Richard Commey Ghana 30(27)-4   WKO Jackson Marinez, LUD Vasyl Lomachenko 5

The top two are unbeaten World Champions. Valdez beat former #2 Berchelt, who had great wins against Francisco Vargas. #2 is Shakhur Stevenson, who has had two convincing wins as a World Champion. Santa Cruz stays in the rankings and Rakhimov enters, after drawing to former #5 Díaz, who is out as a Lightweight. #1 Davis is out as he will stay as a Lightweight.


1 Óscar Valdez México 30(23)-0 WBC WKO Miguel Berchelt, WUD Robson Conceiçao 3
2 Shakur Stevenson United States of America 17(9)-0 WBO WUD Jeremia Nakathila, WTKO Jamel Herring NEW
3 Miguel Berchelt México 38(34)-2   LKO Óscar Valdez 2
4 Léodegario Santa Cruz (Leo Santa Cruz) México 37(19)-2-1     4
5 Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov Russian Federation 16(13)-0-1   DMD Joseph Díaz, WRTD Sardor Muzaffarov NEW
OUT Gervonta Davis United States of America 26(24)-0   WTKO Mario Barrios, WUD Isaac Cruz 1
OUT Joseph Pedroza Díaz Jr. United States of America 31(15)-1   DMD Shavkatdzhon Rakhimov, WUD Javier Fortuna, LUD Devin Haney 5

World Champion Emanuel Navarrete hasn’t lost since 2012 and has given great fights and beat Dogboe, who beat Magdaleno, who beat Donaire, Maurio Lara beat then-unbeaten World Champion Warrington, who beat Frampton via UD while Santa Cruz lost one fight and won the other one via MD against Frampton. Both Santa Cruz and Russell Jr beat Kiko Martínez in 5 but Santa Cruz also beat former-rated Ábner Mares twice, while Russell Jr has not has names as big as Mares in his résumé. Galahad gave #1-rated Warrington a big fight that ended in a Split Decision but he could have won. He lost to Kiko Martínez and is out.


1 Emanuel Navarrete México 35(29)-1 WBO WTKO Christopher Díaz, WUD Joet González 5
2 Mauricio Lara Acosta México 23(16)-2-1   WTKO Josh Warrington, DTD Josh Warrington NEW
3 Josh Warrington England 30(7)-1-1   LTKO Mauricio Lara, DTD Mauricio Lara 1
4 Léodegario Santa Cruz (Leo Santa Cruz) México 37(19)-2-1 WBA Super   2
5 Gary Allen Russell Jr United States of America 31(18)-1 WBC   3
OUT Abdul Bari Awad (Kid Galahad) England 28(17)-2   WRTD James Dickens, LTKO Kiko Martínez 4

Stephen Fulton Jr enters at #1 as he beat Brandon Figueroa in a close decision. Figueroa knocked out then-#1, Luis Nery. Figueroa had won 9 of his last 10 fights early and he beat Moisés Flores in 3 rounds, unlike former World Champion Daniel Roman’s win in 12. Nery defeated then #1 Shinsuke Yamanake twice in 2017-18, although he was overweight in one. He was an unbeaten World Champion and has ended 10 of hist last 11 fights early, before encountering Figueroa. World Champion Akhmadaliev, who only has 10 fights but already beat Iwasa, while non-Champion Hovhannisyan has a 20-3 record including only losing to Rey Vargas in the last six years. He beat Ríos in 6, while former #2 Vargas went to the distance with him, and he also beat Manzanilla in 4, unlike Vargas’ 12. But again, he did lost to Vargas via UD.Champion in recess, Vargas, is also unbeaten and has defeated #4 Hovhannisyan, former rated Kameda, and Ronny Ríos. he is out as he is now a Featherweight.


1 Stephen Fulton Jr. United States of America 20(8)-0 WBC, WBO WUD Angelo Leo, WMD Brandon Figueroa  
2 Brandon Lee Figueroa México / United States of America 22(17)-1-1   WKO Luis Nery, LMD Stephen Fulton 3
3 Murodjon Akhmadaliev Uzbekistan 10(7)-0 WBA Super, IBF WTKO Ryosuke Iwasa, WUD José Velásquez 5
4 Luis Nery México 31(24)-1   LKO Brandon Figueroa 1
5 Azat Hovhannisyan Armenia 20(16)-3   WKO Enrique Bernache, WUD José Santos Gonzalez 4
OUT Rey Geovani Vargas Roldán México 35(22)-0   WUD Leonardo Baez 2

Inoue is one of the top Pound for Pound boxers and had beaten several top 10 fighters (at the time), including #4 Nonito Donaire, the only one he did not Knock Out. Former Pound for Pound-rated Donaire gave #1 Inoue a very good fight and beat #5 Oubaali for the World Title. World Champion Casimero had won his six fights in this weightclass by KO/TKO, including one against Zolani Tete until he beat Rigondeaux via a controversial split decision. Rigondeaux has only lost once, against Vasyl Lomachenko, three weightclasses above Bantamweight, and when both were rated Pound for Pound. Oubaali was an unbeaten World Champion before losing to Donaire.


1 Naoya Inoue Japan 22(19)-0 WBA Super, IBF, The Ring WKO Michael Dasmarinas, WTKO Aran Dipaen 1
2 Nonito Donaire Philippines 42(28)-6 WBC WKO Nordine Oubaali, WKO Reymart Gaballo 4
3 John Riel Casimero Philippines 30(21)-4 WBO WSD Guillermo Rigondeaux 5
4 Guillermo Rigondeaux Cuba 20(13)-2   LSD John Riel Casimero 2
5 Nordine Oubaali France 17(12)-1   LKO Nonito Donaire 3

Former Pound for Pound-rated González lost to Wangek (twice), who lost to Estrada (in a second convincing fight, after losing the first one) and Estrada also beat González in their second fight. World Champion Ioka lost to Donnie Nietes three years ago. He has four consecutive World Title bout wins, including frustrating unbeaten three-weightclass World Champion Kosei Tanaka on December 31st, 2020. World Champion Jerwin Ancajas was able to beat Israel González by TKO unlike González’ UD but has not faced names as strong as the five fighters above him.


1 Juan Francisco Estrada México 42(28)-3 WBA Super, The Ring WSD Román González 1
2 Wisaksil Wangek (Srisaket Sor Rungvisai Nakornl) Thailand 50(43)-5-1   WRTS Ekkawit Songnui 2
3 Román Alberto González Luna Nicaragua 50(41)-3   LSD Juan Francisco Estrada 3
4 Donnie Nietes Philippines 43(26)-1-6   WUD Pablo Carrillo, DSD Norbelto Jiménez NEW
5 Kazuto Ioka Japan 28(15)-2 WBO WUD Francisco Rodríguez Jr, WUD Ryoji Fukunaga 4
OUT Jerwin Ancajas Philippines 32(22)-1-2 IBF WUD Jonathan Javier Rodríguez Valles 5

World Champion Martínez has convincingly beaten top 10-15 fighters and should have a win against interim Champion McWilliams Arroyo which was deemed a No Contest. World Champion Mthalane hadn’t lost since Donaire in 2008 and had been World Champion for eleven years, including wins over Bantamweight-rated Casimero, and Akira Yaegashi, who he retired; before losing to now #2 Sunny Edwards. Unbeaten Nakatani beat former Light Flyweight-rated Milan Melindo and then became World Champion. Artem Dalakian is also an unbeaten World Champion that beat former Super Flyweight World Champion Luis Concepción. Sho Kimura has lost a MD against former #1-contender Kosei Tanaka and also went to the decision aganst Light Flyweight-rated Canizales but he had three strong World Title bout wins before his losses. He then beat veteran Merlito Sabillo in 2 rounds. He did not fight this year and is out, though, as Edwards enters the rankings.


1 Julio César Martínez México 18(14)-1 WBC WTKO Joel Cordova, NC McWilliams Arroyo 2
2 Sunny Edwards England 17(4)-0 IBF WUD Moruti Mthalane, WUD Jayson Mama NEW
3 Junto Nakatani Japan 22(17)-0 WBO WTKO Ángel Acosta 3
4 Artem Dalakian Ukraine 21(15)-0 WBA WTKO Luis Concepción 4
5 Moruti Mthalane South Africa 39(26)-3   LUD Sunny Edwards 1
OUT Sho Kimura Japan 19(2)-3-2     5

Kyoguchi is an unbeaten World Champion and has beaten #5 Hekkie Buddler. Then-unbeaten Teraji had 9 consecutive World Championship fight wins, including names such as former top 5 López and Melindo and came off two consecutive early TKO wins before losing to now #2 Yabuki. Champion Alvarado hasn’t lost since 2014, including a TKO win over Petalcorin in 7 Rounds, a bit less impressive than Teraji’s TKO over Petalcorin in 4, but he is on the mix. Budler now hasn’t fought in 2 years but it was justified not to fight this year amid a pandemic. A former Minimumweight #1, his win over now retired Ryoichi Taguchi put him up in the ranking of this weightclass although he lost to Kyoguchi (TKO) last time out. Canizales is out after losing to Bermúdez.


1 Hiroto Kyoguchi Japan 15(10)-0 WBA Super, The Ring WTKO Áxel Aragon Vega 2
2 Masamichi Yabuki Japan 13(12)-3 WBC WTKO Kenshiro Teraji NEW
3 Kenshiro Teraji Japan 18(10)-1   WUD Tetsuya Hisada, LTKO Masamichi Yabuki 1
4 Félix Alvarado Nicaragua 37(32)-2 IBF WTKO DeeJay Kriel, WTKO Israel Vázquez 3
5 Hekkie Budler South Africa 33(10)-4   WUD Jonathan Almacen 4
OUT Carlos Canizales Venezuela 23(17)-1-1   LTKO Esteban Bermúdez, WUD Germán Valenzuela 5

Moonsri was the highest rated with a 54-0 record until his loss to now #2, Moonsri. Niyomtrong is new #1 with his unbeaten record and 13 consecutive World Championship wins since 2014, which include a win over #4 rated, Byron Rojas, who has only lost to Niyomtrong (2xUD) in the last 8 years, including a win over former #1, Hekkie Budler. Érick Rosa enters at number 5 after his two World Title fight wins, including beating Victorio Saludar, who has beaten WBO Champion, Taniguchi. Taduran is out after losing to Rene Mark Cuarto.


1 Thammanoon Niyomtrong (Knockout CP Freshmart) Thailand 23(9)-0 WBA Super WTKO Siridech Deebook, WTKO Robert Paradero 1
2 Panya Pradabsri (Petchmanee CP Freshmart) Thailand 37(23)-1 WBC WTKO Pattharapong Rueangsilanon, WTKO Danai Ngiabphukhiaw 2
3 Chayaphon Moonsri (Wanheng Menayothin Kaiyanghada) Thailand 55(19)-1   WKO Jinnawat Rienpit 3
4 Byron Rojas Nicaragua 27(11)-4-3     4
5 Érick Rosa Dominican Republic 5(1)-0 WBA WKO Kenny Cano, WUD Ricardo Astuvilca, WSD Victorio Saludar NEW
OUT Pedro Taduran Philippines 14(11)-3-1   LUD Rene Mark Cuarto 5


1 United States of America 4 4 3 4 4 57
2 México 5 3 2 6 1 56
3 England 1 3 2 0 0 23
4 Japan 2 1 2 0 2 22
5 Thailand 1 2 1 0 0 16
6 Russian Federation 1 1 1 1 1 15
7 Philippines 0 1 1 1 0 9
8 Ukraine 0 1 0 2 1 9
9 Cuba 0 0 2 1 1 9
10 Nicaragua 0 0 1 2 0 7
11 Scotland 1 0 0 0 0 5
11 Latvia 1 0 0 0 0 5
11 Colombia 1 0 0 0 0 5
14 Kazakhstan 1 0 0 0 0 5
15 Australia 0 1 0 0 1 5
16 Argentina 0 1 0 0 0 4
17 Honduras 0 0 1 0 0 3
17 Uzbekistan 0 0 1 0 0 3
19 Democratic Republic Of The Congo 0 0 0 1 0 2
20 Republic of South Africa 0 0 0 0 2 2
20 France 0 0 0 0 2 2
22 Armenia 0 0 0 0 1 1
22 Poland 0 0 0 0 1 1
22 Canada 0 0 0 0 1 1
22 Dominican Republic 0 0 0 0 1 1

Women's Rankings

1Katie TaylorRepublic of Ireland20(6)-0LightweightIBF, WBO, WBA, WBC, The RingWUD Natasha Jonas, WUD Jennifer Han, WUD Firuza Sharipova
2Claressa ShieldsUnited States of America11(2)-0Super welterweight, MiddleweightSuper welterweight – WBO Super, The Ring, Middleweight – IBF, WBA, WBC, The RingWUD Marie Eve Dicaire
3Amanda SerranoPuerto Rico42(30)-1-1Featherweight, LightweightFeatherweight – WBC, WBO SuperWKO Daniela Romina Bermúdez, WUD Yamileth Mercado, WUD Miriam Gutiérrez
4Jessica McCaskillUnited States of America11(4)-2WelterweightIBF, WBO, WBA, WBC, The RingWUD Cecilia Braekhus, WTKO Kandi Wyatt
5Mikaela MayerUnited States of America16(5)-0Super FeatherweightIBF, WBO, The RingWUD Erica Anabella Fariís, WUD Maiva Hamadouche
6Delfine PersoonBelgium46(19)-3Lightweight, Super FeatherweightWUD Elena Gradinar, WRTD Beatriz Aguilar
7Seneisa EstradaUnited States of America / México22(9)-0Minimumweight, Light flyweightMinimumweight – WBA, Light flyweightWUD Anabel Ortiz, WUD Tenkai Tsunami, WKO Maria Micheo Santizo
8Savannah MarshallEngland11(9)-0MiddleweightWBOWKO Maria Lindberg, WTKO Lolita Muzeya
9Cecilia BraekhusNorway36(9)-2WelterweightLUD Jessica McCaskill
10Marlen EsparzaUnited States of America / México11(1)-1FlyweightWBCWUD Shelly Barnett, WUD Ibeth Zamora Silva, WUD Anabel Ortiz


1 Hanna Gabriels Costa Rica 21(12)-2-1 WBC WTKO Martha Patricia Lara Gaytán
2 Danielle Perkins United States of America 3(1)-0    
3 Claire Hafner Canada 4(0)-3   WUD Monika Harrison
4 Sonja Fox United States of America 7(2)-1    
5 Laura Ramsey United States of America 11(6)-7-1   .


1 Hanna Gabriels Costa Rica 21(12)-2-1 WBA WTKO Martha Patricia Lara Gaytán
2 Franchon Crews Dezurn United States of America 7(2)-1   WUD Ashleigh Curry
3 Angelica López Flores México 13(7)-0    
4 Ashleigh Curry United States of America 8(1)-14-4   LUD Franchon Crews Dezurn
5 Elena Kuzina Russian Federation 3(2)-0    


1 Christina Hammer Germany 27(13)-1   WTKO Daniele Bastieri
2 Elin Cederroos Sweden 8(4)-0 WBA, IBF  
3 Ema Kozin Slovenia 21(11)-0-1 WIBA WTKO Radana Knezevic
4 Alejandra Jiménez México 12(9)-0-1    
5 Franchon Crews Dezurn United States of America 7(2)-1 WBC, WBO WUD Ashleigh Curry


1 Savannah Marshall England 11(9)-0 WBO WKO Maria Lindberg, WTKO Lolita Muzeya
2 Claressa Shields United States of America 11(2)-0 IBF, WBA, WBC, The Ring WUD Marie Eve Dicaire
3 Ema Kozin Slovenia 21(11)-0-1 WBC Interim, WIBA WTKO Radana Knezevic
4 Raquel Miller United States of America 11(4)-0   WUD Sonya Dreiling
5 Femke Hermans Belgium 12(5)-3   WKO Lili Jumali


1 Claressa Shields United States of America 11(2)-0 WBO Super, The Ring WUD Marie Eve Dicaire
2 Marie Eve Dicaire Canada 18(8)-1 IBF LUD Claressa Shields, WTKO Cynthia Lozano
3 Patricia Berghult Sweden 15(3)-0 WBC WUD Olivia Belkacem
4 Hannah Rankin Scotland 11(2)-5 WBA WPTS Kholosa Ndobayini, WUD Maria Lindberg
5 Christian Namús Uruguay 25(8)-6   .


1 Jessica McCaskill United States of America 11(4)-2 IBF, WBO, WBA, WBC, The Ring WUD Cecilia Braekhus, WTKO Kandi Wyatt
2 Cecilia Braekhus Norway 36(9)-2   LUD Jessica McCaskill
3 Layla McCarter United States of America 44(11)-13-5    
4 Alma Ibarra México 9(4)-1   WUD Maricela Cornejo, WUD Kandi Wyatt
5 Ewa Piatkowska Poland 16(4)-1   WUD Judy Waguthii


1 Chantelle Cameron England 15(8)-0 WBC, IBF, The Ring WTKO Melissa Hernández, WUD Mary McGee
2 Kali Reis United States of America 19(5)-7-1 WBO, WBA WMD Diana Prazak, WSD Jessica Camara
3 Erica Anabella Farías Argentina 26(10)-5   LUD Mikaela Mayer
4 Mary McGee United States of America 27(15)-4   LUD Chantelle Cameron
5 Jessica Camara Canada 8(0)-3   WUD Heather Hardy, LSD Kali Reis


1 Katie Taylor Republic of Ireland 20(6)-0 IBF, WBO, WBA, WBC, The Ring WUD Natasha Jonas, WUD Jennifer Han, WUD Firuza Sharipova
2 Delfine Persoon Belgium 46(19)-3   WUD Elena Gradinar, WRTD Beatriz Aguilar
3 Amanda Serrano Puerto Rico 42(30)-1-1   WKO Daniela Romina Bermúdez, WUD Yamileth Mercado, WUD Miriam Gutiérrez
4 Natasha Jonas England 10(7)-2-1   LUD Katie Taylor, WPTS Vaida Masiokaite
5 Miriam Gutiérrez Spain 14(5)-2   WUD Aleksandra Ivanovic, LUD Amanda Serrano


1 Mikaela Mayer United States of America 16(5)-0 IBF, WBO, The Ring WUD Erica Anabella Fariís, WUD Maiva Hamadouche
2 Delfine Persoon Belgium 46(19)-3   WUD Elena Gradinar, WRTD Beatriz Aguilar
3 Maiva Hamadouche France 22(18)-2   LUD Mikaela Mayer
4 Hyun Mi Choi Republic of Korea 19(5)-0-1 WBA WTKO Simone Aparecida da Silva
5 Alycia Baumgardner United States of America 11(7)-1 WBC WUD Vanessa Bradford, WTKO Terri Harper


1 Amanda Serrano Puerto Rico 42(30)-1-1 WBC, WBO Super WKO Daniela Romina Bermúdez, WUD Yamileth Mercado, WUD Miriam Gutiérrez
2 Érika Cruz Hernández México 14(3)-1 WBA WUD Leticia Uribe Mejia, WTD Jelena Mrdjenovich, WSD Melissa Esquivel
3 Sarah Mahfoud Faroe Islands / Denmark 10(3)-0 IBF  
4 Elina Tissen Germany 25(6)-2   WUD Everline Odero, WUD Eftychia Kathopouli
5 Jelena Mrdjenovich Canada 41(19)-11-2   LTD Érika Cruz Hernández


1 Jackie Nava México 39(16)-4-4 WBC Diamond WUD Karina Fernández, WUD Mariana Juárez
2 Daniela Romina Bermúdez Argentina 29(19)-4-3   LKO Amanda Serrano
3 Yamileth Mercado México 18(5)-3 WBC WUD Julissa Alejandra Guzmán, WUD Angélica Rascón, LUD Amanda Serrano
4 Mariana Juárez México 55(19)-11-4   WRTD Alejandra Soto, LUD Jackie Nava
5 Segolene Lefebvre France 15(1)-0 WBO WUD Jasmina Nad, WUD Paulette Valenzuela


1 Dina Thorslund Denmark 17(7)-0 WBO WUD Jasseth Noriega, WKO Zulina Muñoz
2 Mayeli Flores México 8(3)-0    
3 Yulihan Luna Ávila México 22(4)-3-1 WBC WUD Bárbara Martínez Muñoz, WTKO Karla Valenzuela García
4 Zulina Muñoz México 50(30)-4   WSD Isis Vargas Pérez, LKO Dina Thorslund
5 Melissa Oddessa Parker United States of America 5(2)-0   WMD Maria Cecilia Román, WUD Calista Silgado


1 Lourdes Juárez México 33(4)-2 WBC WSD Diana Laura Fernández, WUD Luz Elena Aguilar
2 Guadalupe Martínez Guzmán México 20(6)-10    
3 Yéssica Chávez México 32(4)-5-3   WUD Jaqueline Mucio Muñoz, WUD Susy Kandy Sandoval
4 Miyo Yoshida Japan 15-2 WBO WSD Tomoko Okuda
5 Tomoko Okuda Japan 7(1)-3-2   WSD Miyo Yoshida


1 Marlen Esparza United States of America / México 11(1)-1 WBC WUD Shelly Barnett, WUD Ibeth Zamora Silva, WUD Anabel Ortiz
2 Ibeth Zamora Silva México 32(12)-7   LUD Marlen Esparza
3 Arely Mucino México 30(10)-3-2   WUD Lucía Hernández Núñez, WSD Jacky Calvo
4 Naoko Fujioka Japan 19(7)-2-1 WBA WMD Sulem Urbina
5 Jéssica Nery Plata México 27(3)-2   .’


1 Seneisa Estrada United States of America / México 22(9)-0   WUD Anabel Ortiz, WUD Tenkai Tsunami, WKO Maria Micheo Santizo
2 Yésica Yolanda Bopp Argentina 37(17)-2 WBA Super LSD Juliana Vanesa Basualdo, WTKO Johana Zúñiga
3 Kenia Enríquez México 23(9)-1 WBC Interim  
4 Evelin Nazarena Bermúdez Argentina 14(4)-0-1 IBF WTKO Tamara Elisabet Demarco
5 Tenkai Tsunami Japan 28(16=-13-1   WUD Shione Ogata, LUD Seneisa Estrada


1 Seneisa Estrada United States of America / México 22(9)-0 WBA WUD Anabel Ortiz, WUD Tenkai Tsunami, WKO Maria Micheo Santizo
2 Christina Rupprecht Germany 11(3)-0-1 WBC WSD Katia Gutiérrez
3 Maricela Quintero México 19(3)-4-2    
4 Yokasta Valle Costa Rica 23(9)-2 IBF WUD Sana Hazuki, WUD, Debora Rengifo, WUD Elizabeth López Corzo
5 Thi Thu Nhi Nguyen Vietnam 5(1)-0 WBO WUD Etsuko Tada


1 Montserrat Alarcón México 17(0)-4-2 WBA WUD Tania García Hernández, WMD Silvia Torres
2 Fabiana Bytyqi Czech Republic 18(5)-0-1 WBC WUD Judit Hachbold, WMD Fara El Bousairi
3 Mika Iwakawa Japan 10(3)-5-1 WBO  
4 Eri Matsuda Japan 4(1)-0-1   DMD Saemi Hanagata
5 Saemi Hanagata Japan 16(7)-7-5   DMD Eri Matsuda


1 México 3 4 7 4 1 61
2 United States of America 6 4 1 3 4 59
3 England 2 0 0 1 0 12
3 Costa Rica 2 0 0 1 0 12
5 Argentina 0 1 2 1 0 12
6 Japan 0 0 1 3 3 12
7 Germany 1 1 0 1 0 11
8 Belgium 0 2 0 0 1 9
9 Canada 0 1 1 0 2 9
10 Puerto Rico 1 0 1 0 0 8
11 Sweden 0 1 1 0 0 7
12 Slovenia 0 0 2 0 0 6
13 Republic of Ireland 1 0 0 0 0 5
13 Denmark 1 0 0 0 0 5
15 Norway 0 1 0 0 0 4
15 Czech Republic 0 1 0 0 0 4
17 France 0 0 1 0 1 4
18 Faroe Islands 0 0 1 0 0 3
18 Scotland 0 0 0 1 0 2
20 Republic of Korea 0 0 0 1 0 2
21 Vietnam 0 0 0 0 1 1
21 Uruguay 0 0 0 0 1 1
21 Spain 0 0 0 0 1 1
21 Russian Federation 0 0 0 0 1 1
21 Poland 0 0 0 0 1 1