Boxing divisional rankings -- The best top 10 fighters per division

ESPN uses divisional boxing rankings that display the leading fighters in each weight class based upon current efficiencies and outcomes, with updates supplied weekly by Mike Coppinger, Ben Baby, and Michael Rothstein. The rankings show a fighter’s achievements within their weight department, and any fighter who goes up or down to a brand-new weight class is ranked appropriately after their very first fight within that class. A fighter who holds titles in 2 departments is ranked in both, and any fighter who checks favorable for performance-enhancing compounds is eliminated however qualified to restore a ranking after their next bout. ESPN likewise uses pound-for-pound rankings to highlight the very best fighter despite weight class.

Fighters who have not completed in 15 months and have actually no arranged battles are dropped from the rankings. In heavyweight, Tyson Fury holds the leading area, followed by Oleksandr Usyk, Deontay Wilder, Anthony Joshua, and Andy Ruiz Jr. In cruiserweight, Yuniel Dorticos is ranked initially, followed by Lawrence Okolie, Jai Opetaia, Badou Jack, and Mairis Briedis. Light heavyweight’s leading area is held by Dmitry Bivol, followed by Artur Beterbiev, Callum Smith, Anthony Yarde, and Gilberto Ramirez. Canelo Alvarez tops the extremely middleweight rankings, with David Benavidez, Caleb Plant, John Ryder, and Daniel Jacobs following. Jermell Charlo holds the leading area in junior middleweight, followed by Sebastian Fundora, Tim Tszyu, Brian Castano, and Erickson Lubin.


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