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The Ring Women’s Ratings

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Sep

The Ring Women’s Pound-for-Pound and Divisional Ratings

(Last updated September 15)

 

Pound for Pound

The title of Pound-for-Pound Queen was recently passed from former undisputed welterweight champ Cecilia Braekhus (right) to current Ring Magazine middleweight champ Claressa Shileds (left).

1 – Claressa Shields

2 – Katie Taylor

3 – Cecilia Braekhus

4 – Jessica McCaskill

5 – Amanda Serrano

6 – Delfine Persoon

7 – Yesica Bopp

8 – Daniela Bermudez

9 – Mariana Juarez

10 – Marcela Acuña

 

168 pounds (super middleweight)  

Franchon Crews celebrates her victory over Maricela Cornejo at the Dignity Health Sports Park on September 14, 2019 in Carson, California. (Photo by Tom Hogan/Golden Boy/Getty Images)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

1 – Elin Cederoos

2 – Franchon Crews-Dezurn

3 – Alicia Napoleon Espinosa

4 – Ema Kozin

5 – Savannah Marshall

 

160 pounds (middleweight)  

The Ring Champion: Claressa Shields

1 – Christina Hammer

Claressa Shields holds the inaugural The Ring Magazine women's middleweight championship aloft after earning undisputed champion status by dominating Christina Hammer over 10 rounds. Photo by Stephanie Trapp/Trappfotos/SHOWTIME

Claressa Shields holds the inaugural The Ring Magazine women’s middleweight championship aloft after earning undisputed champion status by dominating Christina Hammer over 10 rounds. Photo by Stephanie Trapp/SHO

2 – Tori Nelson

3 – Tayla Harris

4 – Hannah Rankin

5 – Ivana Habazin

 

Top Five – 154 pounds (junior middleweight)

The Ring Champion: Vacant

1 –  Claressa Shields

2 –  Marie Eve Dicaire

Claressa Shields' (left) jab was very effective against Ivana Habazin. (Photo by Stephanie Trapp/Trappfotos/SHOWTIME)

Claressa Shields’ won two 154-pound titles with his victory over Ivana Habazin. (Photo by Stephanie Trapp/Trappfotos/SHOWTIME)

3 –  Hanna Gabriels

4 –  Mikaela Lauren

5 –  Chris Namus

 

147 pounds (welterweight)  

The Ring Champion: Vacant

1 – Jessica McCaskill

2 – Cecilia Braekhus

Jessica McCaskill displays the many belts she won by dethroning Cecilia Braekhus on Aug. 15.

3 – Layla McCarter

4 – Kali Reis

5 – Ornella Domini

 

140 pounds (junior welterweight)  

The Ring Champion: VACANT

Christina Linardatou (left) vs. Ring Magazine lightweight champ Katie Taylor.

1 – Christina Linardatou

2 – Mary McGee

3 – Erica Farías

4 – Melissa Hernández

5 – Chantelle Cameron

 

135 pounds (lightweight)  

The Ring Champion: Katie Taylor

Taylor-Persoon rematch action. Photo by Mark Robinson

1 – Delfine Persoon

2 – Chantelle Cameron

3 – Estelle Moselly

4 – Miriam Gutiérrez

5 – Nicole Wessner

 

130 pounds (junior lightweight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

Mikaela Mayer (left) outpointed Helen Joseph in her most recent bout. Photo by Mikey Williams/Top Rank

1 – Maiva Hamadouche

2 – Terri Harper

3 – Hyun Mi Choi

4 – Mikaela Mayer

5 – Ewa Brodnicka

 

126 pounds (featherweight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

Amanda Serrano (right)_ vs. heather Hardy. Photo by Ed Mulholland/Matchroom Boxing USA

Amanda Serrano (right) vs. Heather Hardy. Photo by Ed Mulholland/Matchroom Boxing USA

1 – Amanda Serrano

2 – Jelena Mrdjienovich

3 – Sarah Mahfoud

4 – Heather Hardy

5 – Jennifer Han

 

122 pounds (junior featherweight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

Jackie Nava, a 40-year-old veteran, has not lost a fight since 2011.

1 – Marcela Acuña

2 – Jackie Nava

3 – Mayerlin Rivas

4 – Dina Thorslund

5 – Yamileth Mercado

 

118 pounds (bantamweight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

Mariana Juarez, 40-year-old veteran of 67 pro bouts, shows off her WBC bantamweight title.

1 – Daniela Bermudez

2 – Mariana Juarez

3 – Zulina Muñoz

4 – Maria Cecilia Roman

5 – Debora Dionicius

 

115 pounds (junior bantamweight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

Guadalupe Martinez (right) clashes heads with Zulina Munoz in 2017. She won the WBC 115-pound title by outpointing Munoz.

1 – Guadalupe Martinez

2 – Jessica Chavez

3 – Diana Fernandez

4 – Esmeralda Moreno

5 – Adelaida Ruiz

 

112 pounds (flyweight)  

The Ring Champion: VACANT

Naoko Fujioka is a 45-year-old five-division world titleholder. Photo by Naoki Fukuda

1 – Naoko Fujioka

2 – Arely Mucino

3 – Lourdes Juarez

4 – Ava Knight

5 – Leonela Yudica

 

108 pounds (junior flyweight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

1 – Yesica Bopp

2 – Kenia Enriquez

Seniesa Estrada (left) vs. Amarilis Adorno.

3 – Tsunami Tenkai

4 – Evelyn Bermudez

5 – Seniesa Estrada

 

105 pounds (minimum weight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

1 – Christina Rupprecht

Ayaka Miyao (right) vs. Nao Ikeyama. Photo by Naoki Fukuda

2 – Anabel Ortiz

3 – Yokasta Valle

4 – Etsuko Tada

5 – Ayaka Miyao

 

102 pounds (atomweight)

The Ring Champion: VACANT

1 – Monserrat Alarcón

Monserrat Alarcón, former WBO flyweight titleholder, current WBA atomweight beltholder.

2 – Saemi Hanagata

3 – Fabiana Bytyqi

4 – Nao Ikeyama

5 – Mika Iwakawa